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Garmin Edge 130 Bike Computer - Sensor Bundle


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    A powerful partner.

    Install the compact Edge 130 Bike Computer with Sensor Bundle to your bike and harness the ability to navigate your ride, monitor real-time stats, and stay connected with friends and family. This powerful computer is also compatible with Garmin's Varia cycling awareness accessories such as its rearview radar that alerts you of approaching cars on the screen and smart bike lights to keep you safe on the ride. Easy to use and robust, its 1.8-inch display provides up to 8 data fields on each screen for a clear read out in both bright sunlight and low-light conditions.

    The Edge 130 interacts with GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo satellites and paired with its altitude-sensing barometer and included cadence and speed sensors, it gives measurements for distance, speed, elevation, and gradient. The useful navigation feature provides turn-by-turn directions and can even navigate you back to a starting position. You can download courses from the Course Creator feature in Garmin Connect making it easy to find rides when traveling to an unfamiliar area. When utilizing the connected features to a compatible device, you can keep your phone safely tucked away and still receive smart notifications like texts and calls as well as weather updates and the ability to automatically upload your rides to Strava and Garmin Connect. The LiveTrack feature lets family and friends keep track of your real-time location so they can monitor your whereabouts.

    To make sure you're maximizing your training time, the Edge 130 is compatible with power meters so you can gauge your effort during intervals and racing as well as on those recovery days. Offering a little more incentive during training and that extra little push to dig deeper is the ability to race in real time against Garmin and Strava Live Segments. And for those epic rides, the average battery life between charges is around 15 hours.

    • A power computer in a small package
    • Race through Strava segments throughout the ride
    • Compatible with Garmin Varia accessories
    • Can be paired with ANT+ and BlueTooth LE devices
    • Measures speed, trip time, trip distance, odometer
    • Displays watts when paired to a power meter
    • Can automatically upload to Garmin Connect
    • Displays smartphone notifications and weather
    • Estimates V02 max and recovery with power and heart rate
    • Item #GRM009D

    Heart Rate Monitor
    with strap sold seperatly
    Operating System
    BlueTooth LE, ANT+
    Battery Life
    avg. 15hrs between charges
    Battery Type
    Low Battery Indicator
    Mount Type
    standard stem/handlebar
    computer, mount, speed sensor, cadence sensor, tether, USB cable, manuals
    4.1 x 6.3 x 1.6 cm
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

    California Proposition 65


    Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What do you think about this product?


    >Rating: 5

    Finally a lightweight computer.

    I've put it through the wringer

    I love this computer. It provides a wealth of data and functionality and is super lightweight. Everything in the biking world seems to be getting heavier and heavier over the last 15yrs. This thing is really light. I do wish it did normalized power and had a slightly larger screen but otherwise it is perfect.


    Will this Garmin work with Wahoo chest and hub/speed sensors?


    Can you pair multiple speed & cadence sensors to the same Garmin 130. I know it doesn't allow for multiple bike profiles, but can I install speed sensors on multiple bikes and it will read the data from the bike that I ride?


    1) Can I use my current HRM strap? If not what do I need? 2) Can I purchase additional sensors for my two other bikes.


    Will this connect with a turbo e.g. Wahoo Kickr Snap?

    Hey Glen, It will connect with the Kickr no problem.