BikeExchange-Jayco working with Huge-branded GPS personal computer that is just not* a new Levels Sprint

Dylan Groenewegen, Teniel Campbell, and a number of other riders from Team BikeExchange-Jayco have just lately been spotted employing what at initial look seems to be a new biking personal computer from the team’s bicycle sponsor, Large. Nevertheless, after a little digging, things are not what they very first appear. 

In excess of the previous month of racing, riders from the workforce have been working with many computer systems from market leaders Garmin, but with the peloton’s aged devoted black tape hiding the branding. Extra recently, even so, riders have been spotted employing computers with a substantial Large brand on the entrance for all the earth to see. 

A group of Team BikeExchange-Jayco riders on their Giant bikes with Giant computers on the front

All riders from the workforce can be witnessed utilizing a still-to-be-unveiled Big biking laptop (Image credit rating: Giant Bicycles)

Our to start with ideas ended up that of intrigue about Giant’s intentions and way. Huge currently has a couple of cycling computers in its portfolio, the Axact and the Neos, but they are aimed at the spending plan stop of the marketplace at £19.99 and £49.99 respectively. The computer employed by the BikeExchange Jayco staff appears to be like like neither of the over – and would unquestionably be of larger specifications – so it initially seems that Big is getting the fight to Garmin and Wahoo in the current market for the finest biking computers

But as talked about above, you can find a twist. Many thanks to the sharp-shooting photographers at Setmana Ciclista Valenciana, we can see that this new Large computer’s product title is Sprint M200.

BikeExchange Jayco Giant computer

A closeup of Teniel Campbell’s hand presents absent the Huge computer’s design name, etched onto the underside (Impression credit score: Getty Photos)

‘Dash’ is the nomenclature applied by Levels for its cycling personal computers, and a manufacturer as significant as Big would not just rip off a competitor’s branding so blatantly – although ironically the brand’s e-bike computer shows are offered the similar title of RideDash. 

We’re wondering whether this Huge personal computer is a Levels in disguise, and subsequently, no matter if the Sprint M200 is an as-but-unreleased substitution for the current Phases Dash M50. It surely looks plausible, and when you examine out the design and style of the new computer, the chance only grows.

Giant Dash M200 next to a Stages Dash M50

The Big Sprint M200 upcoming to a Phases Dash M50 (Graphic credit score: Getty Images)

Large would not currently promote the Sprint M200 on its site, but Googling the phrase provides up the picture earlier mentioned, remaining, which we have laid next to the existing Stages Sprint M50, appropriate. 

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