If you spent winter days sweating buckets under the strict tutelage of your Wahoo trainer, you might be wondering how you'll transition back to real roads and your small, unassuming computer this spring. You'll lose the constant updates, limitless data, and regular coaching once you step back out onto the open road--unless of course, you invest in Wahoo's latest road-ready ride companion. Designed to be used outdoors, the Wahoo ELEMNT Bike Computer includes all of your favorite metrics, and it's ready to take your data-driven training to the great outdoors. Along with your classic heart rate, speed, cadence, and route charting metrics, you'll also gain access to Wahoo's free ELEMNT training app when you start using the computer. Once you set the ELEMNT up, you'll need the app to actually see what it's measuring while you ride. It connects to your smartphone to display customizable, user-friendly screens, while the unit itself does the tracking. Lucky enough to be riding with Di2 or eTap' Your screen will let you know what gearing you're riding in, so you can keep tabs on where you are on your cassette on long grinds or mind-numbing straightaways. Whether you're chasing your Cat 2 card this year or training for your first long-distance tri, trust the ELEMNT to keep you accountable.
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