By monitoring key aspects of your cycling and fitness progress, you get a better look at your current performance level and what you need to do to keep up the good work or continue improving. Select Garmin devices collect data while you ride in order to bring you these cycling metrics and physiological measurements. It’s worth noting that some of these metrics need additional sensors such as power and heart rate. If your device is showing you stats, but you want to know more about what they mean, then you’ve come to the right place. What can you do with this calculated information? That’s up to you, but we’ve got some suggestions.
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By analyzing the data measured by compatible Garmin devices, we can provide you with detailed metrics that show how your body is responding to training and even to the environment.
Select Garmin cycling computers come with mountain bike-specific metrics to help you evaluate your ride performance and gain you some bragging rights. Whether you’re a flow master, a black diamond expert or somewhere in between, these key metrics record various aspects of your ride, and some provide measurable data to show how you’re improving.
Whether you ride for competition, exploration or simply for fun, Garmin can help you gather the data to prove how hard you worked or aid you in improving your form. That’s because select devices, including our dual-sensing pedal-based power meters, let you access cycling dynamics. Cycling dynamics refers to a suite of advanced metrics designed to give comprehensive insight into how you’re riding and how your performance changes based on variables such as position, bike setup, ride duration and more. With cycling dynamics — cyclists, coaches, bike fitters and even physical therapists can analyze individual data for precise prescriptive actions.
Garmin has the tools that improve your ability to see and be seen while you’re riding. Give yourself a little peace of mind with these cycling awareness accessories and features.
Whether you ride on the road or off, Garmin is your guide. A variety of routing tools are available on your Edge device and through the Garmin Connect™ app so you can get bike-specific routes, find new points of interest, search for addresses and more. New features are introduced all the time, including Trendline™ popularity routing and the new Garmin Connect Course Creator. Here’s how those reliable routes are generated.
A Call to the Community
The dedication of the cycling community contributed immensely to the development of innovative new Garmin features such as Trendline popularity routing. As we continue to improve it, there’s one thing you can do to help. The more you can do to accurately categorize your rides or runs in Garmin connect, the more useful that popularity routing is going to be across activity types. Stay diligent about carefully differentiating your mountain bike rides from your road cycling rides, and the entire Garmin Connect community will benefit.