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Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
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Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle

Edge 1030 Bundle

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Hit the ground pedaling.

Garmin’s Edge 1030 Bundle includes the top-line accessories you need to hit the ground pedaling with the Garmin’s newest cycling computer, the Edge 1030. In addition to the computer, this bundle comes with a premium chest strap heart rate monitor, a crank arm cadence sensor, and a front or rear hub self-calibrating speed sensor. The Edge 1030 computer is equipped with all of the sophisticated features we have come to expect from Garmin’s cycling computers such as touchscreen operation, smart connectivity (including notifications) with compatible smartphones, cycling and power dynamics (with compatible power meters), VO2 testing and stress scoring, GPS/GLONASS and an altimeter for reliable navigation and tracking, and Connect IQ™ compatibility, to name just a few. In addition to these “staple” features, the Edge 1030 introduces the following selection of new, ride-enhancing features: rider-to-rider messaging, Trendline™ routes locater, a larger display, a longer lasting battery, and an In-line Flush Mount. Rider-to-rider messaging offers a safer alternative to texting while riding. Instead of unsteadily searching for your phone and taking your attention away from your surroundings to send a text, you can send a pre-set message through your Edge 1030 device to other Edge devices, like if you get dropped but don’t want your ride buddies to wait - this new feature has your back. Trendline™ is another handy, new feature of the Edge 1030. Trendline™ uses data from Garmin Connect to locate the most popular routes nearby - both on- and off-road routes. This means you don’t have to waste anymore time searching the web for cool routes in areas that are new to you. In addition to a larger, 3.5-inch display and a battery that lasts up to 20 hours (or 40+ hours with the extended battery pack), the Edge 1030 is introducing a new mount design - an In-line Flush Mount - that aligns your device with your handlebars for a smoother cockpit aesthetic.

The Edge 1030 Bundle includes Garmin's speed sensor, cadence sensor, and a high quality heart rate monitor. The individual Edge 1030 computer and basic accessories is available separately.

In The Box:

  • Edge 1030 computer.
  • Two mounts (Standard; Extended out-front).
  • Speed sensor.
  • Cadence sensor.
  • Premium heart rate monitor.
  • Tether.
  • USB cable.
  • Manuals.

Features & Functions:

  • Trendline™ popularity routing.
  • Rider-to-rider messaging.
  • Up to 20 hrs of battery life (or 44 hrs w/ extended battery pack).
  • Smart connectivity (w/ compatible smartphone).
  • Garmin cycle maps.
  • Training status.
  • Cycling/power dynamics (w/ Vector™ power meter).
  • VO2/conditions/stress score.
  • Physiological measurements.
  • Strava live segments.
  • Preloaded Strava Routes CIQ App.
  • Preloaded Training Peaks CIQ App.
  • Connect IQ™ compatible.
  • Varia™ compatible.
  • RTR/on-device planner.
  • Audio prompts.
  • Altimeter.
  • Incident detection.
  • Touchscreen.

Physical Specs:

  • Dimensions: 2.3” x 4.5” x 0.8” (5.8 x 11.4 x 1.9cm).
  • Screen size: 3.5” (9.1cm).
  • Unit weight: 4.3oz (123g).
  • Box dimensions: 5.5” x 5.5” x 2.7” (13.9 x 13.9 x 6.9cm).
  • Box weight: 18.8oz (532g).

Mfg PartNum: 010-01758-01 

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Great product and so easy to use. I set it up myself in less than an hour with a little help from a YouTube rider. Not to mention a great WesternBikeWorks price
by Ray D.
Cycling Enthusiast
HIghland Park IL

I am an enthusiast cyclist with access to several trails near my home and it really gives me good insight from other riders, It also gives me alternate routes off the trails which is great.

Reviewed 4/12/2018
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Great deal on a gret product.
by Brad824
Cycling Enthusiast
Loganville Ga
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The amount of information and navigation available is unbelievable.

Reviewed 3/9/2018
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Very happy with my upgrade
by Coastsider
SFBay area

This is my 3rd edge in the past 8 years. I had the 810 last, for about 5 years and had minor problems with it, mainly operator error. The 1030 is easier for this computer idiot to navigate the system on and set up the sensors. Using STRAVA courses on this one is even a breeze that is opening new doors for me. Very happy with the product.

Reviewed 2/26/2018
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Easy to load routes and track rides with a whole bunch of metrics if you want.
by EthanM
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

So phone mapping with apps is always getting better, but this is good to have a dedicated device that can sync with all your sensors, is waterproof, and actually works well in the rain using the touchscreen. Uploading routes to the device is super easy and with the bluetooth and wifi network, automatically syncing your activity when you are done is a breeze. It's also nice that you can map a ride say with RidewithGPS that focuses on bike routes and then upload that to the device and it will give you turn by turn directions. The color screen is good and being able to zoom in and out is super handy if you miss a turn. There are a variety of handlebar and stem mounts and I had to get three different ones because each bike has a slightly different handlebar. I do think it's a bit on the expensive side, but going from a phone to this with the garmin sensors, bluetooth, wifi, turn by turn directions, and stable gps signal, it's nice to have a device that's simple to use and if you want to gather more metrics, it will do it for you.

Reviewed 1/22/2018
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And I thought the Edge 1000 was great.
by NJBikeman
Cycling Enthusiast
Key Largo, Florida

Aside from a little larger display, the Edge 1030 is also faster at locking into satellites. It also seems to work in areas where the Edge 1000 did not receive a signal. Two features that I really like are the emergency alert feature, that will text a contact of your choice, with your location, should you need assistance. The second feature that I found, but don't ask me how I found it, is the alert system that beeps when you approach a sharp curve or bend in the road.

Reviewed 1/26/2018
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by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.


Reviewed 12/11/2017
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Has been reliable through 6-7 weeks of use
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Westlake, OH
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

The Edge 1030 has worked well so far and I've not had any issues with it. Buttons on the bottom are easy to reach on the provided mount and were also reachable on my old SRAM out from mount I used for the 510. The screen is much clearer in daylight than the 510 although it is a bit duller when dark & it is using the backlight.

Battery life is good - it goes through 6-7 % per hour while navigating, around 5 % per hour while not navigating. Coming from a 510, I noticed the GPS is slightly more accurate (9 ft compared to 16ft). I've not seen that mentioned in reviews.

Giving 4 stars because I agree with the other review, swiping left and right between screens is not reliable. I've also had a few issues getting it to pair with sensors (ANT Speed, cadence, heart rate) when turning on. Usually that is resolved by navigating to the sensor and telling it to connect although I've had to repair a couple of times so far.

Reviewed 10/27/2017
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Not ready for prime time
by AndyS
Competitive Racer
Scottsdale, AZ
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Not an improvement of the Edge 1000, actually a step back (In my opinion). One of the improvements was to be the touch screen and it supposedly works great when it's wet. I guess it's great that it works so well when the screen is wet. I live in Arizona and it rarely rains and even if it did, I wouldn't ride in the rain. Anyway, paging between data screens is terrible. I almost have to beg it to work. I've tried the different sensitivity settings and that makes littleno difference. I wish I would have kept my 1000. Not a total waste though, maybe I'll pay more attention to the road than my computer now.

Reviewed 9/23/2017
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