Introducing the Edge® 530 and Edge 830 – GPS cycling computers from Garmin® with advanced mapping, safety features and dynamic performance insights

Garmin International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), today
announced the


– its latest performance GPS cycling computers that combine
new dynamic performance insights, cycling safety features1
and advanced mapping capabilities into a lightweight design for use on
all terrains. For riders looking for a change of scenery, the Edge 530
and Edge 830 feature new integrated Trailforks data as well as mountain
bike dynamics including jump count, jump distance and hang time, making
it easier to tame the trails. Ideal for riding no matter the weather
conditions, the Edge 530 features a button design and a 2.6-inch
high-resolution, color display, whereas the Edge 830 offers a
touchscreen display that is quick and responsive – even when wet or used
with gloves.

“The Edge 530 and Edge 830 include new and updated features that are
designed for all riders – whether you’re a podium finisher, gravel
grinder, urban pedaler or somewhere in between,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin
vice president of global consumer sales. “Offering new ride data and
guidance, navigational enhancements, safety and tracking features and
more, you can truly find your Edge, only from Garmin.”

During a ride, the Edge 530 and Edge 830 use vital ride data to provide
dynamic performance insights and guidance that can help cyclists improve
and manage their effort. The new ClimbPro feature automatically shows
the remaining ascent and grade for each climb while following a route or
course, helping cyclists to gauge their effort over the rest of their
ride. The new Edge cycling computers will also allow riders to see how
their body is holding up in different environments with heat and
altitude acclimation2 and receive in-ride notifications when
it’s time to refuel or rehydrate. Outside of a ride, the Edge 530 and
Edge 830 will show the previous four weeks of riding broken down in
terms of low aerobic, high aerobic and anaerobic efforts to evaluate how
balanced a rider’s training is and provide them with insight into where
they need additional focus. When paired with compatible sensors, the
Edge 530 and Edge 830 will calculate a rider’s power curve, comparing
their ride effort to their previous weeks and months. For cyclists
following a training plan, they can sync workouts automatically from
Garmin Connect™ and TrainingPeaks right to their Edge and view workouts
for the upcoming week before seamlessly starting their training session.

Preloaded on the Edge 530 and Edge 830, the Garmin Cycle Map includes
turn-by-turn navigation and navigation alerts that notify riders of
sharp curves ahead. What’s more, the Edge 830 allows cyclists to create
new rides and courses right on their device. To help Edge 530 and Edge
830 users ride like a local, popularity routing chooses from the best
road, mountain or gravel routes most traveled by fellow cyclists. It
will even guide cyclists back to the route – or back to start – if they
stray away or decide to head home early. Now, cyclists using the Edge
530 or Edge 830 will spend more time riding, not waiting around, thanks
to route calculation speeds that are two times faster than on previous

For riders searching for their next adventure, the Edge 530 and Edge 830
are great companions for mountain biking. The mountain bike models come
preloaded with data from Trailforks built right into the Garmin Cycle
Map, including detailed maps of trails from more than 80 countries,
complete with trail ratings. Riders will be able to view the trails in
detail right on their Edge device, which will help them find the trails
best suited to their skill level. When a cyclist stops mid-ride,
Forksight mode automatically displays upcoming forks in the trail and
shows them where they are within a trail network. During their ride, the
Edge 530 and Edge 830 will track all the epic details with new mountain
biking metrics such as jump count, jump distance and hang time. Other
mountain biking features include Grit, which rates the difficulty of a
ride using GPS, elevation and accelerometer data, and Flow, which
measures how smoothly a cyclist descends a trail.

Whether commuting to work or out riding with friends, built-in safety
and tracking features1 on the Edge 530 and Edge 830 will help
provide extra peace of mind while on the move. Group messaging and
tracking lets cyclists stay in touch when they get separated from the
pack3. Built-in incident detectionwill
automatically send a cyclist’s location to emergency contacts if they
run into trouble. For added confidence, the Edge 530 and Edge 830 are
compatible with the Varia™ line of cycling awareness devices, including
the RTL510
rearview radar
and UT800
smart headlight
so riders can see and be seen. If a cyclist stops to
grab a bite to eat or take in the view, the new PIN-protected bike alarm
will notify them on their smartphone if their bike has been moved.

Only Garmin lets users customize their device with free apps, widgets
and data fields from the Connect
IQ store
. Use the AccuWeather
app to find out when the rain will start, or use the Yelp
app to download locations of a nearby café or bike shop, and route
directly to them on the Edge 530 or Edge 830. For cyclists who plan
their rides ahead of time, downloading the Strava
, Komoot
or Wikiloc
apps allows for those favorite routes to be imported directly to an Edge

Featuring up to 20 hours of battery life with GPS, the Edge 530 and Edge
830 will be available in May and come in different bundle options
ranging in price from $299.99 to $499.99. To learn more, visit

The Edge 530 and Edge 830 are the latest innovations from the
ever-expanding Garmin fitness segment that develops technologies to
enhance and promote healthy and active lifestyles. Whether users are
runners, cyclists, swimmers, multi-sport athletes, or simply looking to
stay active throughout the day, there is a product that can help them
reach their health and fitness goals.

For decades, Garmin has pioneered new GPS navigation and wireless
devices and applications that are designed for people who live an active
lifestyle. Garmin serves five primary markets, including automotive,
aviation, fitness, marine, and outdoor recreation. For more information,
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1 When paired with a compatible smartphone; see
For safety and tracking features requirements and limitations, see

When paired with compatible sensors
3 When paired
with a compatible

About Garmin International, Inc.

Garmin International, Inc. is a subsidiary of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq:
GRMN). Garmin Ltd. is incorporated in Switzerland, and its principal
subsidiaries are located in the United States, Taiwan and the United
Kingdom. Garmin and Edge are registered trademarks and Garmin Connect,
Connect IQ and Varia are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries.
All other brands, product names, company names, trademarks and service
marks are the properties of their respective owners. All rights reserved.

About TrainingPeaks

TrainingPeaks creates endurance training apps and solutions that help
athletes and coaches prepare the right way to reach their goals.
Products include TrainingPeaks web and mobile apps for iOS and Android
to help athletes commit to a clear goal, structure their training so
they can work out smarter, and monitor their progress as they work
toward their event goal. Additional TrainingPeaks products include WKO4
desktop software for cutting-edge scientific analysis and planning, and
Best Bike Split’s predictive performance tools. TrainingPeaks solutions
are used by Tour de France teams, IRONMAN® World Champions, Olympians,
age-group athletes and coaches around the world. Learn more at

About Trailforks

is a trail management system for riders, builders and associations. It
aims to provide the very best tools to inventory, maintain, promote and
showcase trail networks. Tools such as statistics empower each group to
have accessible data to show local city councils, governments, tourism
boards and parks, conveying the popularity and potential economic impact
of cycling on their area in order to receive further support to grow
trail networks.

Trailforks collaborates with builders, trail associations, and their
maintainers to ensure the most accurate, up to date, and legal trail
database. Trailforks’ mission is to provide a direct funding model to
put money back into the associations and builders. Users can directly
support the people that are swinging the hammers and digging the dirt to
maintain and preserve the trails we all love to ride.

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Stephanie Schultz, 913-397-8200
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