Runners seem to have access to all of the fancy wearable technologies, but slowly other sports are incorporating such advances in their own fields -- that is where this bike speedometer comes into play. Dubbed Omata One, it looks like a traditional speedometer for simplicity's sake, yet operates at a much higher level.
Touted as the world's first analog GPS bike speedometer, the Omata One is embedded with a GPS chip that tracks"all your data with pinpoint accuracy, and keeps it ready for download into your favorite app or service," writes Uncrate. When on the go, cyclists are only presented with the information that really matters -- speed, distance, ascent, and time. But as soon as they're off, they can delve into more statistics.
The Omata One Boasts a GPS Chip and Connects to an Accompanying App
Meghan Young — April 6, 2016 — Lifestyle