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Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle
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Garmin Edge 530 MTN Bundle

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Edge 530 MTN Bundle

For the rider who wants dynamic performance monitoring and impeccable navigation options, the Edge 530 is your new favorite riding partner.

You'll be able to monitor your VO2 max, recovery, training load focus, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more when paired with compatible sensors. This unit includes Garmin Cycle Map turn-by-turn navigation with popularity routing. Ride like a local with features to get you back on course and get back to the start of your route.

With MTB dynamics you can track jump count, jump distance and hangtime. The Edge 530 also measures Grit, the ride's difficulty, and Flow, the smoothness of your descent. The recorded score will give you a goal to be on your next run.


Bundle includes:

  • Garmin Edge 530 Cycling Computer
  • Speed Sensor
  • Silicone Case
  • Standard Bike Mount
  • Mountain Bike Mount
  • Tether
  • USB cable & documentation

Features & Specs:

  • New ClimbPro feature allows the unit to analyze route terrain data and highlight climbs to show, distance, gradient and ascent of the climb.
  • Structured workouts based on user data updated with clean, easy to read layouts.
  • Included full Bluetooth smart sensor support for compatibility with any ANT+ or Bluetooth sensor just like with the 1030
  • Performance power curve (mean maximal graph) which plots power output over time with compatible power measurement equipment.
  • New processor making unit twice as fast as previous model
  • Includes routable Garmin Cycle Map with popularity routing
  • Off-course recalculation and back to start
  • Customize with free apps, widgets and data fields from the Connect IQ™ Store
  • Battery life: up to 20 hours with GPS
  • Works with Garmin Charge™ power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life

Performance Tracking:

  • Dynamic performance tracking
  • VO2 max
  • Recovery
  • Training load focus
  • heat & altitude acclimation
  • Nutrition
  • Hydration
  • More features with compatible sensors (not necessarily included)

Safety Features:

  • New bike alarm
  • Group messaging & tracking
  • Incident detection
  • Compatibility with Varia rearview radar and lights so you can see and be seen

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Garmin Edge 530 Bundle
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Reviewed 9/4/2020
by agadbois
Bow
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Great product!

Takes a bit to learn how to quickly get the information from it that you want while out on the trail, but once you use it a few times it becomes easy to use. I use it almost exclusively mountain biking. Love the trail forks feature. On the road the navigation/map function is quite useful, but I've only been on the road a few tin times with it. GPS is much more accurate than my phone which is helpful on the mountain bike due to all the tight turns as compared to being on the road. Very happy!

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Review for Garmin Edge 830
Reviewed 5/13/2020
by VeloSteve
Cycling Enthusiast
Monterey, California
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5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
Great features - almost too many

First of all I'm a tough rater. I don't give five stars unless something is nearly perfect, so don't take 4 stars as a bad sign. This is a great computer overall.

First, some positives. This computer does everything I could ask for. Strava live segments work well, though sometimes segment starts appear when I'm just passing on an adjacent road or trail. Pairing power meters and other devices is seamless. and the data quality is very good. I have the system set to upload rides automatically when I hit the stop button, and they uploads are done faster than my garage door can open. The screen may not be like a top-of-the line phone, but it's a huge upgrade from any bike computer I have had before. The customizable data screens are old news, but really useful, and easy to configure once you get through the first time.

On the negative side, Garmin's software has a few weak spots. At first the computer battery totally drained several times. This wasn't exactly a battery life problem. The computer was getting into a state where it looked off but was actually using full power. Getting the beta firmware solved this. Oddly, the improved firmware hasn't been rolled out to production, though months have passed.

Another one-time problem was updates to the GPS software. It auto-updated during a ride, causing about half of the ride to lose data. Not the end of the world, but it was disconcerting since it was only my 2nd ride or so.

Smaller issues crash detection is a nice idea, but I have triggered it falsely a couple of times, once while simply accelerating from a stop light. I'm not THAT fast. Sorry, everyone, I'm not going to crash myself intentionally to see if it works in that case. The sharp turn warnings have never been useful. The tone either comes after you have already passed the apex, or just before when it would be unsafe to look down to read the message.

This is not really a pro or con, but just be aware that some functions are several levels deep in the menu system. The touch feature is generally very good, but some things may be nearly impossible when flying down a rough road or trail.

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Review for Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Reviewed 9/8/2020
by alexjl
Cycling Enthusiast
Miami, FL
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Good MTN GPS Bundle

I use this for both my road and MTB rides. It has a lot of screens to customize for each type of ride. It offers a lot of flexibility.

The only think I would add is an easier way to select the bike being used at any point in time. It is necessary to access the app to select the default equipment for the activity. It should automatically select the default equipment for the specific activity.

It should also have a cadence sensor included in the bundle.

It is a good beginning.

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Review for Garmin Edge 520 Plus
Reviewed 8/8/2020
by JoeRicky
West Texas
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Consistent and easy to use

I had some difficulty getting it to work at first, but great customer support from Garmin got me going. 520+ doesn�t shut down mid-ride like my 510 was doing. It also automatically reads the right sensor from different bikes.

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Review for Garmin Edge 830 MTN Bundle
Reviewed 7/3/2020
by Dan
wisconsin
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830 is good but not great

Screen about the same size As my old u it maybe a smudge larger but not noticeable and easy to view

Touch is pretty spot on

Processor is much faster than before

The jumps feature is kinda fun

The climbing results are nice too

Along with trails maps very cool feature

They claim better battery life but Im not seeing it.

The segments portion is a little clunky if you dont use strava

Overall its an upgrade worth getting

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Review for Garmin Edge 830
Reviewed 5/12/2020
by jgg
Cycling Enthusiast
Boston area
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5 of 6 customers found this review helpful.
Get the 530

I got my 830 coming off an 810. I debated long and hard between it and the 530, as the only difference is touch-screen vs buttons. And, after several months, I can say I made the wrong choice. The touch screen actually makes this less valuable than the 530. It is terrible with gloves, and their software is terrible at dealing with it. I am constantly pulling down something when a want to slide, and so on. It is just annoying. I heard the touch screen was improved, but my 810 did better.

Everything else is fine. I still can't find the compass, the menus are huge disorganized messes, but they are trying to deal with a small space and few controls, I will cut them some slack.

Get the 530. Save $100 AND get a better unit.

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Review for Garmin Edge 520 Plus
Reviewed 8/6/2020
by Anonymous
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Garmin works

Id like to give it 4 1/2 stars. The only issue was that my usb plug cover on the back has never shut properly and always flips open when I put it into the mount. Might be an issue in the future in the rain.

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Review for Garmin Edge 520 Plus
Reviewed 8/1/2020
by Charlie
Florida Keys
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Excellent unit

Great unit. Works flawlessly and syncs to smartphone easily. Easy to read face even when not lit. Buttons are small but so is this unit. Excellent cycling feedback with the Garmin Connect app.

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Review for Garmin Edge 830
Reviewed 5/13/2020
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Peoria, AZ
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Love my Garmin Edge!

I ride my road bike with the Edge and absolutely love it. Love having routes loaded on it and love it just generally. It's really fantastic. Should have done it years ago.

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Review for Garmin Edge 520 Plus
Reviewed 11/23/2018
by Long Rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Victorville, Ca
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10 of 10 customers found this review helpful.
Magnificent Technology

The one caveat I had with my 520 Plus was a horrible time pairing and synch-ing when I first got it. I almost returned it to BTD, but then, mysteriously, I got a half dozen updates from Android and Garmin and Garmin Connect started talking properly to Strava & RWGPS and I was in LOVE.

My wife paid for half of the cost as she wanted to know where I was if I needed rescue and LiveTrack does just that. (so do free phone apps, but I don't like relying on my phone for everything, I like a backup) I haven't used GroupTrack, but my local bike group does, and it's great if riding with another rider who has different skills or a different fitness level.

I went back to my Edge 305 last week because my 520 Plus was doing an hour map update, and it felt like I was going back to the stone ages. I love the way the new Garmins works flawlessly with my cell, but doesn't depend on it working for anything critical. I also wanted a color screen, so, in the end, I decided against the Wahoo. I seldom use the mapping of the Plus, but when I need it I'm extremely thankful I have it. We have a lot of roads that curve back around on themselves here, as well as paved roads that suddenly turn into dirt. Good maps are a god-sent.

I got mine here at BTD, but with a bunch of discounts, so about $50 less after watching prices on the Wahoo for over 6 months that wouldn't budge. In the end the mapping features of the Plus, and color screen, were exactly what I was holding out for and am very happy with my purchase.

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Review for Garmin Edge 530
Reviewed 4/3/2020
by John
Elk Grove Village
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2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
Not sure what too think

I bought this Garmin 530 thinking i was going too have routes created so not to get bored riding the same routes doesnt work too great twice I got lost with this. What did wirk great was the emergency contact sos it sends your exact location out too whoever your emergency contacts are that was pin point location of where I needed to get picked up. I do like the drunk and eat alert vert nice feature as well.

The 530 is nice provides alot if cycling stats depending on what you really want info on.

I do like it though its a little quarks though.

Test it out in short distance and experience it for yourself

Also when directions say cycleway that means sidewalk or bike trail that can be very confusing and annoying.

Experiment with it set up you ER accounts and good luck

Safe riding

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Review for Garmin Edge 830
Reviewed 3/13/2020
by Jbartlwy
southern Indiana
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4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
830 over 530

I had first purchased 530 and used for the summer and was happy with it very much. But did not like the pushing buttons so much while riding. So went ahead and upgraded to the touchscreen 830 and have been very happy that I did a big improvement and to me worth the money. Even in cold weather riding with gloves screen was easy to use.

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Review for Garmin Edge 520 Plus
Reviewed 10/1/2018
by  Vince
washington DC
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5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
It takes a little getting used to

Im new to Garmin GPS units and reading the history on them the new 520 Puls seemed to be a good place to jump in. Pretty decent tech for the rapidly falling price. The data and screen are great, more than I know what to do with. The Garmin Connect App is pretty basic, seems you need Strava and other third party apps to get more value out of the GPS data. Uploading routes is still clunky having to plug your device into a laptop but its pretty solid once you get it in the device. All and all its a cool toy, we arent totally there yet with GPS cycling computers but its cheaper than ever to try it out.

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Review for Garmin Edge 830
Reviewed 2/27/2020
by SeaBiker
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA
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5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
Great upgrade from 820

My Garmin 820 battery has lost its ability to hold a charge for more than two hours. So I ordered an 830 as a replacement.

I am very pleased so far. I love how it switched from my data screen to the map screen to warn me of an upcoming turn in my course. After the turn the 830 returned to the data screen. That feature is really helpful.

Setup was a little easier than my 820 but still took about an hour to pair my existing sensors and customize the data screens. No where in the manual did it tell me how to change the front and rear gear values but I did finally figured it out. (I have Etap so the 830 will display current gears and battery life).

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Review for Garmin Edge 530
Reviewed 7/3/2020
by Anonymous
st. louis
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Excellent! Great Product!

I love the 530! I had an old 500 and it was time to upgrade. Love the larger screen and the mapping capability. Very easy to use and much easier to read.

Decided to go with this one vs the 830 because I thought the extra price for really just the touch screen was a bit much. I have not regretted not having the tough screen.

Would definitely recommend!

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Review for Garmin Edge 520 Plus
Reviewed 8/6/2020
by Anonymous
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0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Nice

Have enjoyed this very much for better feedback.

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Review for Garmin Edge 530
Reviewed 4/24/2020
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
San Diego
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3 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
Great, except

It works well, has the screens I need, and is fairly easy to personalize, but don't buy if connecting to your iPhone is important

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Review for Garmin Edge 520 Plus
Reviewed 9/26/2019
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Colorado
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Excellent upgrade from Garmin 520 - navigation, screen size and clarity great!

Physically not much larger than Garmin 520.

Better Battery life, map on the device, clarity and size of characters, Speed of booting up, ease of use. Setup - connected my 530 to Garmin Connect and it sucked down most of my screen settings, saving setup time.

meh Track of where i've been on the map is very hard to see on the map.. maybe a setting somewhere? 520 map is black and white.. so pretty easy, though the map itself on the 530 is much better than on the 520.

If you have a bit more money, buy the 830 .. map is the same, but touch screen helps navigate the map itself, slide left and right, etc..

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Review for Garmin Edge 830
Reviewed 9/9/2019
by Richard
Cycling Enthusiast
St. Paul, MN
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Garmin 830 is worth the upgrade, lots of great new features

I have been a garmin user for a long time. Started with the Edge 305, then the Edge 800 and now upgraded to the Edge 830. I have to say that I am quite impressed with the new features that this unit provides. In addition to the bluetooth functionality, the maps and directions are much better, plus the feature that you get a warning when there is a sharp curve or bend in the road approximately 400 feet prior to reaching it, which is very handy when riding in unfamiliar areas. Turn warnings happen earlier than with the 800 unit, I also like the climbing feature which lets you know how much of the climb remains and gives you a graphic to show the distance and number of feet yet to climb, which can be quite useful in gauging your effort. I frequently stop at coffee shops on my rides, so the bike alarm feature is a nice little addition to alert you if your bike is moved. Lastly, the feature sends out a notification to pre-selected contacts in the event of a crash or emergency is a great safety feature. On the downside it seems that the satellite connection is not as good as the previous models, if you even go under a short, open bridge the satellite connection is lost. I have even encountered this issue on tree lined streets, which is a bit annoying to see your connection lost and your speed drop to about 3 or 4 mph no matter how fast you are riding. If you are really concerned about this I would suggest getting a speed sensor with this unit. I have also had the unit freeze in the middle of a ride. It froze at 17 mph. I did a little investigative work and found that this is an issue encountered by many Garmin Edge 830 owners and seems to be a firmware issue. It is easily resolved if you hold in the power button for 10 seconds and the ride is saved, but if you are in the middle of a ride, it is once again annoying. Overall the the unit is great and I love it. I am glad I got it, but wish all the little annoying bugs had been worked out first.

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Review for Garmin Edge 530
Reviewed 4/3/2020
by mgmoehn
Competitive Racer
Iowa
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9 of 9 customers found this review helpful.
Huge upgrade from 520 - Battery life amazing

I came from being a long time 520 user and I really love the 530. I upgraded primarily because my 520 was about 4-5 years old and the battery was really bad. I do gravel events and use the gps course mapping feature a lot in those events as well as in cold temperatures. This is a battery destroyer typically but the 530 has held up very very well on 6-7 hour elasped time for gps mapping, colder weather (30-40F), power meter, bluetooth phone, and brightness dimmed to 20%, and GPS enabled. Looking beyond the extended battery life are features that go above and beyond the 520.

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