If you’ve ever dreamed of racing the pros or wanted to see how you stack up to other riders on a climb in real-time, meet your match with Edge 1000. This advanced GPS bike computer lets you connect, compare and compete through dynamic in-ride challenges and connected features. Pair its competitive side with bike-specific navigation and analysis, and you’ve got one very sharp Edge. Check out our full line of cycling products, including the Edge 510 and 810.
Garmin was the first to bring GPS to the cycling computer market — the first to let cyclists put their ride on the map and record detailed metrics with the accuracy only GPS can deliver. Our product line has continued to evolve to bring you the features you crave and the quality you and your bike deserve.
- Distance: GPS-based for accuracy; works anywhere in the world
- Speed: current, average, last lap and more
- Gear: Edge 1000 displays data from compatible electronic shifting systems1
- Power: with optional ANT+™ enabled power meter like Vector™
- Heart rate: included on some models, sold separately on others
- Cadence: included on some models, sold separately on others
- Maps: Edge 1000 has built-in Garmin Cycle Map; 810 has built-in basemap
All features listed above except electronic shifting and maps are available on all devices.
Turn every ride into a race by competing on Garmin Connect™ segments and seeing real-time results on your Edge 1000, including alerts for segment start and finish and leaderboard rankings. Edge 510 and 810 offer segment start/finish alerts2 when used within a course downloaded from Garmin Connect.Bike-specific navigation and mapping
Edge 1000 has a preloaded Garmin Cycle Map with OSM (Open Street Map) content that includes routable road and bike paths, elevation data, points of interest and address search. Round-trip routing feature on Edge 1000 calculates up to 3 cycling-friendly routes based on a distance you enter. Route planner capability lets you create routes directly on the Edge 1000 using the map, points of interest and segments you’ve downloaded from Garmin Connect. If your area isn’t covered on the preloaded maps, optional topo maps are available for purchase.Advanced training options
A preloaded power-based workout on Edge 1000 lets you calculate your functional threshold power (FTP), from which you can base your power training zones. It’s compatible with ANT+ enabled power meters like Vector. The 1000 also has a training calendar and is compatible with advanced workouts, which you can plan, schedule and upload from Garmin Connect.
Mounting options include out-front mount for heads-up positioning and standard quarter-turn mount. Edge 510 and 1000 models include tether for secure mounting, to ensure your device doesn’t travel far in the event of a spill.
Learn how to create activity profiles to customize your Edge for different types of cycling. You’ll save time and be able to get on with your ride easier.
Now you can instantly store, share and analyze your ride — from the road. The Garmin Connect Mobile app allows for wireless uploads of completed rides from Edge 510, 810 or 1000.Wireless uploads
Sends your ride to Garmin Connect as soon as you finish recording the activity. Edge 510, 810 and 1000 can transfer the data through the Garmin Connect Mobile app on your smartphone3. For Edge 1000, you can also set up one or more Wi-Fi® hot spots, and the 1000 will automatically sync with Garmin Connect when in range.Course downloads
Want to find a course that you can navigate and race with real-time pacing on Edge? Search your courses and workouts stored at Garmin Connect, upload to your smartphone, then send directly to your device — wirelessly.Fan following
Once your ride has posted to Garmin Connect, your own “connections” can view them. You can also post individual rides to your social networks.
Learn how you can store, analyze and share your rides at our free online fitness community, Garmin Connect.
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