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Garmin Edge 130 Bundles

Edge 130 Bundle

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Get instant data and automatic street cred with Garmin's brand-new Edge 130. This rugged, easy-to-use, compact GPS cycling computer shows how far, how fast, how hard, how high and how to get back home. Edge 130 helps you find your way with downloadable routes and turn prompts. At 1.8", the Edge 130's display is on the smaller end of Garmin's line-up, offering a simplified readout of all the information you've come to rely on. Get Course Navigation for on- or off-road rides through the Garmin Connect app on our smartphone, downloading new courses for turn prompts and a breadcrumb map on the Edge 130.

Add cycling awareness features when you pair Edge 130 with Varia bike lights and rearview radar.

The Garmin Edge 130 comes in two different Bundles, both packaging the Edge 130 with bundle-specific accessories.

Sensor Bundle includes:

  • Garmin Speed Sensor (ANT+).
  • Garmin Cadence Sensor(ANT+).
  • Standard mount.

Mountain Bike Bundle includes:

  • Edge Remote.
  • Edge 130 silicone case.
  • Mountain bike mount.


  • Compact, rugged, and easy-to-read GPS cycling computer.
  • GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo connectivity tracks your route, speed, and other metrics.
  • Course Navigation available through turn prompts and a breadcrumb map.
  • Strava segments compatible.
  • Using the Garmin connect app, download on- or off-road courses through the online community.
  • Smart Notifications when paired with a smartphone.
  • Compatible with Varia cycling awareness accessories.
  • Up to 15 hour battery life.
  • Display size: 1.8".

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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Sensor Bundle

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Very happy with this product.
by Mark
Casual Cyclist
St Simons Island Ga

I ride anywhere between 10 to 35 miles at a time, and use this to record and upload rides to Garmin Connect & Strava. That interface has worked flawlessly. I also got the bundle to have better data for speed and cadence (versus just using GPS alone). Installation was a breeze - the GPS mount works just fine on my stem, and it was nice NOT having to install any magnets ... mounting the speed and cadence sensors was simple. Getting temperature and altitude data recorded was a bonus. I have not yet, but will, add a heart rate sensor at some point. Some have complained about battery life. I have NOT had this problem. I have followed the manual's comments on how to reduce power consumption. I do ride with a Bluetooth connection to my phone; I see text messages come in, can check weather, and my ride recording gets automatically uploaded to Garmin Connect & Strava after every ride. I am using only about 1-bar of the battery icon for these rides. Full disclosure - for the past months (June through mid-Sept), the temperature has been about 80-100 degF (typically 85-93 degF). It probably will not be as good for colder weather. Still, I fully expect it will be fine for my typical ride durations (under 40 miles). And the display is just fine for my 65-yr old eyes. I'm displaying 4 data fields, and have no problem reading them while riding. All in all, very happy with this purchase.

Reviewed 9/11/2020
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Good lower end computer
by Indulgent dad roadie
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Bought 2. 1 each for wife and daughter. Not as easy to use as my 520 but does what they need. Screen size a bit small but if set up right relatively easy to see.

Reviewed 6/19/2020
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Good basic computer
by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Nice small and inexpensive gps computer with basic functions. Battery has lasted fine for 12 day rides but seems pretty drained by the end of the ride. There are bars to tell battery life but still feels like you are guessing a little bit on long rides or when you are charging it. Would buy again if i didnt want to spend more.

Reviewed 6/27/2020
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It's Complicated...
by Vaughn
Cycling Enthusiast
South Florida
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have a love/hate relationship with my Garmin Edge 130.

First, the Garmin ANT sensors (speed and cadence) are absolutely elegant! They install in minutes with no tools and they just work.

My Garmin computer itself, I'm not so happy with. First, right out of the box, it insisted on a software update, which it crashed in the middle of! With the computer locked up I could find no way to power it down, so I just had to set it aside until the battery ran flat. On the second try, after a recharge, I was able to update the software and the computer seemed operable.

Setting up the computer for use isn't so intuitive that you should expect to do without the manual, which you will have to search for in the Internet because Garmin fails to provide it! Still, the setup process was straightforward given proper instructions.

Then I got to try it on a real ride DISAPPOINTMENT! My Edge 130 insisted on randomly shutting itself off while I was riding. I evaluated this over several rides, and went through my settings looking for something that would cause the behavior. I never did find any error, but this is obviously an issue that others have complained about, because in an obscure Garmin web document I found that a setting had been added in the latest firmware to disable Auto Power Down. So far, I think this has put a band-aid on the problem, at the expense of eliminating the auto power down feature. Now I must ensure that I turn off the computer before I park my bike, or the battery will run flat! (more on this later) But at least my computer is now tolerably usable.

I bought this computer because of it's compact form factor and because I needed ANT capability for my power measuring hub, not because I need a complex computer. (All my routes are burned into my brain, and I have no need for the Garmin navigation features.) My other bikes have wired Cateye computers that just work, they never must be turned on or off, never need charging, and work without fuss. All they ask is a new disposable battery every few years. In contrast, the Garmin must be turned on and off for every ride, a surprisingly complex process that takes several clicks through several screens for either on or off. The tiny Garmin battery is only good for a few hours, and the unfortunate rear position of the charging socket makes it unlikely that you will be able to charge it without removing the computer from its mount. So how would you use it on a long-distance ride?

So would I buy my Garmin 130 again? Well probably yes, but only because it's the most compact ANT-capable bike computer that I've been able to find. All-in-all I don't think that the firmware on it is truly stable, but it is (mostly) doing the job that I needed done.

Reviewed 3/23/2019
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If you're looking for a small, simple and easy to use biking GPS, this is the one for you.
by Spudknuckles
Cycling Enthusiast
Hampton Roads, VA
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Like the size, battery life, and menu selections, especially the ride history. However for the senior rider who needs reading glasses but doesn't like riding with them, the smaller display can be difficult to read.

Reviewed 9/21/2018
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Pluses and minuses.
Competitive Racer
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

As far as features, accuracy and screen sharpness this unit is definitely a step up from old Edge 500 - and in a slightly smaller form factor.

The one big drawback is battery life. Garmin claims 15 hours, but I could only see possibly getting near that if you have no speedcadenceHRM linked to it, no BT phone connection and using GPS only (no Glonass or Galileo). In addition, cold weather severely reduces the battery life - normally I'm able to get 8 hours of uptime, but when the tempurature goes down to at or near freezing, my unit consistently dies after 2.5 hours.

Reviewed 12/4/2019
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Awesome upgrade from my Garmin 200 ! ! !
by Skinny Bob
Cycling Enthusiast
HAzlet, NJ
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Love everything about it. Works great ! ! !

Reviewed 8/23/2018
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