Garmin Edge 520 Plus Cycling Computer MTB Bundle

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• Advanced GPS bike computer for competing and navigation • Features advanced navigation, including new rider alerts and the preloaded Garmin Cycle Map with turn-by-turn directions-on and off road • Preloaded Strava Live Segments let you compete second by second with your previous best or another rider's PR; see real time results right on your screen • Stay connected with your compatible smartphone using Live Track and Group Track, smart notifications, rider-to-rider messaging and built-in Incident Detection • Monitors cycling-specific VO2 max and recovery time when used with option power and heart rate monitors • Tracks Functional Threshold Power (FTP) and cycling dynamics when used with Vector power meters • Battery life: up to 15 hours, depending on usage


  • Edge 520 Plus GPS Computer
  • Mountain Bike Mount
  • Edge Remote
  • Silicone Case
  • Tether
  • USB Cable
  • User Manuals

Cadence: Optional
Color: Black
GPS Enabled: Included
Heart Rate: Optional
Wireless: Yes
ANT Compatibility: Yes
Color Screen: Yes
Touchscreen: No
Rechargeable Battery: Yes

This product was added to our catalog on April 17, 2019

Verified Owner
Thursday, Apr 9 2020 (3 months ago)
Garmin Edge 520 Plus Cycling Computer MTB Bundle
For those who who are using a Garmin Edge for the first time, you are going to need the patience of Job during the initial process, or until you finally achieve a working setup you can live with. There is hardly anything intuitive about this computer, and the documentation while very pretty in illustration, will leave you in limbo more times than not.

No question that this is a high-quality instrument that is well made in every respect, including the accessories. In fact, I'd go as far as saying that there is nothing mediocre about it. But one can spend an inordinate amount of time, sometime hours, in setting up this or that function. After trials and tribulations, once you get there, it works flawlessly.

I imagine that down the road, as it were, I'm going to enjoy having this computer, when the pains of learning how to set it up are but a memory. At present, it has been a bad dream making me wish I almost every junction that I had bought something else.