Garmin, a popular GPS manufacturer, has just introduced Garmin Edge 705 GPS for bikes. The GPS system features the ability to monitor where you’ve gone by downloading data to your computer after your long cycle ride.
Looks great for people who are serious tracking their cycle data but if you just need a GPS, you could probably just stick a Blackberry with GPS and GoogleMaps to your bike using some clamps.
The Edge 705 combines (take a deep breath) GPS maps and navigation, heart rate, cadence and power output into a palm of your hand wireless unit. It can display up to 16 separate metrics during the ride and combined with the included software and web-based apps it becomes an incredible tool for social networking, exploration and serious training analysis.