Most cyclists track their ride data using cycling computer or a GPS unit. Recently, however, fitness trackers have become popular tools for tracking day to day activity levels.
It’s likely that the cycling you do (unfortunately!) takes up a fairly small amount of your time – but what you get up to during the rest of the day can make a big difference to your overall fitness and ability when you do swing your leg over the top tube.
How active you are – the number of steps you take, how often you elevate your heart rate and the hours of quality sleep you get all contribute to your overall well-being, and fitness trackers keep an eye on metrics such as these.
We’ve rounded up some of the best…