The Belgian team Circus-Wanty Gobert-Tormans can rely on a new technical partner for its 2020 road campaign. Bryton will equip the riders with the new Rider 860 bike computer-GPS. From the start of the campaign, the riders of Circus-Wanty Gobert-Tormans are riding with this new Bryton bike computer, with a 2.8 inch colour touch screen and GNSS (multi satellite) guiding. The bike computer is compatible with ANT+ power meters and heart rate sensors.
Bryton France imports the computers of the Taiwanese brand known for its price-quality ratio, and is present on the market of GPS computers for eight years. Bryton democratizes the GPS computers with a range of entry level models monitoring the cyclist, but accelerates with the Rider 860 with a big 2.8 inch colour touch screen including cartography.
Frederik Veuchelen (trainer Circus-Wanty Gobert-Tormans):
« The acquisition of training data is essential in modern cycling. Our riders are well equipped with the Bryton Rider 860. We’ve been working efficiently based on heart rate and power data since the start of the season at our training camp, during the races and during training. I’m happy with this new partnership, that will lift the performance of our team Circus-Wanty Gobert-Tormans! »
Laurent Guimard (communication responsible Bryton France):
« The high level brings dreams to passionate people like us! But next to this, it’s also about developing and validating a modern GPS computer fulfilling the requirements for this high level. Therefore, we can count on Circus-Wanty Gobert-Tormans and is long experience. The classics, in particular, which are in the DNA of the team, are a rude test for the material. Beyond the pure sporting aspect, values like the combativeness and the ethics of the team are also essential for entrepreneurs like us! »