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Edge 830 Bike Computer - Mountain Bike Bundle

4.158415841584159 out of 5 stars
505 Reviews

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Why We Like The Garmin Edge 830 Bike Computer Mountain Bike Bundle

Just as bikes, apparel, and accessories are becoming more and more cycling discipline-specific, bike computers are not immune. Designed especially for off-road use, this version of Garmin's Edge 830 Bike Computer gets a Mountain Bike Bundle which elevates the high-tech tracking and mapping ability we loved about the Edge 830 by adding integrated Trailforks data, including trail difficulty ratings so you can always know what to expect on your ride. Additionally, it gets a mountain bike mount, Edge remote, and a silicone case to distinguish itself from the standard Edge 830.

The Edge 830 includes all the features we loved on the Edge 820 with a host of additions to boost your cycling game. Its full touchscreen is a welcome and user-friendly upgrade from the mixed button/touchscreen system employed on the Edge 520, but the mapping options are what really make this computer shine. It comes with a preloaded Garmin Cycle Map and internal memory for adding more maps if needed. It lets you precisely plan your routes, provides round-trip routing direction to keep you on course and offers up audio prompts via Garmin Connect Mobile so you can keep tabs on your metrics and progress without constantly craning your neck to stare at your stem.

As with the Edge 530, the Edge 830 displays metrics encompassing everything from charting fitness levels to power output and targeted recovery. It also features Strava Live Segments, which means you can now track segments in real time out on the road. The Edge 820's direct connection to Strava gives you a leg up in the battle for K/QOM's with live updates as you ride, simultaneously displaying the stats of your present performance against the current segment holder and your own personal record. The days of getting home and excitedly loading files only to be crushed by the dreaded second place badge next to a coveted segment because you misjudged the endpoint by a handful of meters are over.

And for all of the mountain bike data nerds out there, this Edge 830 features MTB dynamics which has the ability to track jumps, jump distance and hang time. It also calculates Grit, a measure of the ride’s difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you can find out where the fast lines are. You can even toggle through these functions while riding in rough terrain with the included Edge Remote without removing your hands from the grips.

In addition to all that shininess, the Edge 830 features ANT+ and WiFi connectivity to pair with your power meter or other metric-gathering devices of choice. It's compatible with Shimano's D-Fly Data Management system, effectively replacing the PRO Scio ANT+ head unit when used with Di2. Additionally, it monitors gearing in other electronic shifting systems via ANT+ and pairs with ANT+ turbo trainers. It performs all the basic computer functions such as speed, trip time, trip distance, and odometer and the GPS and GLONASS compatibility keeps you located no matter where your ride takes you. It automatically uploads to Garmin Connect, syncs with smartphones for notifications, and displays weather information so you're never out of the loop or surprised by changing conditions mid-ride. Lastly, it's battery life is an impressive 20 hours and it works with the Garmin Charge power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life.


  • A cycling computer built for the mountain biker
  • MTB dynamics track jump count, jump distance and hang time
  • Integrated Trailforks data includes trail difficulty ratings
  • Records speed, time, distance, and paired sensors for analysis later
  • Works with Varia cycling awareness devises for safer cycling
  • Utilizes LiveTrack and GroupTrack to locate other riders
  • Edge Remote lets you operate the computer without taking your hands off the grips
  • Please see size chart for complete list of technical features
  • Item #GRMF008
Heart Rate Monitor
with strap sold separately
Technical Features
see size chart
ANT+, Bluetooth, WiFi
Battery Type
rechargeable lithium-ion
Battery Life
20 hours (works with Garmin Charge power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life)
Low Battery Indicator
Mount Type
mountain bike, standard
Edge 830 Mountain bike mount Standard mount Edge remote Silicone case Tether USB cable Manuals
50 x 82 x 20mm
Face Size
2.6in diagonal
Claimed Weight
2.8oz (79g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4 based on 505 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 34 reviews
2 Stars - 34 reviews
3 Stars - 44 reviews
4 Stars - 99 reviews
5 Stars - 294 reviews

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1 out of 5 stars

June 11, 2024

It fell apart

I bought a Garmin 830 a year and half ago. Recently when I tried to charge it, it fell apart. The front separated from the back so it is not functional.

SD Cyclist

Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

June 4, 2024

Love touch screen vs botns

My 530 died. Replaced it with 830. A little larger screen. So far, a winner.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

May 31, 2024

Master of all bikes

I use my 830 for my gravel, road and mountain bikes. All bikes are equipped with SRAM AXS which connect seamlessly. The battery charge last forever and the post ride summaries on connect.garmin give it that edge.

Master of All Bikes

Originally reviewed on Garmin

1 out of 5 stars

May 19, 2024

Not user friendly

Unable to start route and stats. Maybe it is me. No instructions.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

4 out of 5 stars

May 1, 2024

Some Difficult Instructions

Love the Edge 830. Note that I am 76 y.o. The Edge 830 and its data are easily “5 Stars.” However, the online instructions for setup and operation assume everyone is “fluent” with computer and Edge vocabulary. Hence, my rating of only “4 Stars.” Suggest their be a glossary to include both definitions and synonyms.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

2 out of 5 stars

May 1, 2024

Bad sound

Love the functionality of the 830 but I bought it primary as a head-unit from my Varia 515 radar and the sound of the alerts is inaudible. I checked with my wife who has exceptional hearing and she verified. In a quiet room you can barely hear them. There is no volume control. I don't understand that could be in an otherwise outstanding unit. Stay away if you need sound.

David Allen

Originally reviewed on Garmin

2 out of 5 stars

April 11, 2024

GPS signal not detected

This is a great device when it works. I have used garmin 820, 530, with no problems ever. I don’t know if this problem is all 830 or just mine, I’m pretty sure it isn’t human error. I don’t if it’s hardware or software. For the last few months , in Arizona and in Utah, the 830 would work great for a day or so. Then I would go out riding and it would never find any gps signals, always showing two bars in signal strength. The only way to fix it was to a system reset, kind of a pain and a long time. This has happened over and over. I have the mountain bike package. Wish I knew what was wrong. It’s nice when I get a signal. Tough to get it fixed, I don’t know of any garmin repair shops, lol. Help!


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

April 2, 2024

New 830

I had to replace my previous 830 due to my negligence. I left my previous 830 on the bumper of my truck.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

5 out of 5 stars

March 23, 2024

Perfect size

I have had the Garmin edge 830 for 2 years it has been excellent, no complaints.


Originally reviewed on Garmin

1 out of 5 stars

March 6, 2024

not good

To use camera, you need to activate with garmin app. My phone isnt compatible with this app making everything useless. Now i have to try and return it.

Adam P

Originally reviewed on Garmin