Whether it’s for fitness, performance or just a leisurely bimble around your local area, us cyclists love our stats.
Since the launch of fitness apps such as Strava, we’ve been able to monitor our performance on the bike, covering everything from routes, distance, speed and time. Tracking your stats allows you to effectively train for those cycling challenges, and give you a great sense of reward when you beat your personal bests and achieve those QoM’s.
However, it’s sometimes nice to dial it back, kick is old school and go back to the world of reliable old analogue methods. That exactly how OMATA One came to be. It tracks everything with the same level of precision as the best cycling computers, but shows only the stuff that really matters: speed, distance, ascent and time.
Developed by a team of keen cyclists, engineers, designers and tech heads, the OMATA One is the epitome of cycle stats sophistication, and you can get your hands on one sooner than you think.