Full GNSS Support
GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) utilises GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BDS, and QZSS. The advantage to having access to multiple satellite systems is accuracy, faster start-up, and no obstruction by buildings or mountains.
Precisely engineered dimple design wrapped around the back of Aero 60 plus our brand new Aero Mount developed as an integrated system to reduce air drag.
Bigger Display, Better View
Designed for your better viewing experience, Aero 60 is built with crisp black and white 2.3” large display, making reading data become easier than ever. It can fit up to 10 data per page for you to have better understanding of your real-time performance.
Size & Weight
Width: 53.7 mm Height: 83.9 mm Depth: 18.2 mm Weight: 71g
Whats In The Box Aero 60 Main Unit, USB cable, Safety lanyard and Quick Start Guide
Follow Track with OSM
Ride on a new adventure with Follow Track function ! Pre-loaded with OpenStreetMap(OSM), Aero 60 allows you to locate where you are and which direction you should go at a glance, providing a convenient and intuitive user experience for road bikers. Tracks created by Bryton App offer turn-by-turn guidance such as info for distance and direction before every turn, making the rides smoother and more enjoyable.
Aero 60 now supports electronic gear-shifting system including Shimano’s Di2, SRAM’s eTap and Campagnolo’s EPS. Instead of checking your crankset and cassette, you can get all gear information such as gear ratio, gear combo and even battery life of the ESS immediately on Aero 60.
ANT+/ BLE Sensors Support
Aim for your best convenience. Both ANT+ and BLE sensors work perfectly with Aero 60 after simple pairing.
Aero 60 GPS cycling computer with GNSS full support incorporates GPS, Glonass (Russia), BDS (China), Galileo (Europe) and QZSS (Japan) satellite systems, providing a much more reliable satellite coverage at any situation especially when there’re buildings/trees or even during mountain biking along with faster start-up.
Supports up to 78+ Functions
Aero 60 provides rich data for you to fully grasp the performance of your ride. It incorporates up to 78+ functions including Time, Speed, Distance, Calorie, Cadence, Altitude, Power, HR and Di2.
32 Hours of Battery Life
If you love going on adventures whole day, Aero 60 certainly meets your needs. It provides up to 32 hours of battery life and allows you to charge via power bank while recording.
To make your training easier than ever, now Aero 60 supports workout plans from TrainingPeaks®. You can plan your workouts on TrainingPeaks® and export them to Aero 60 via Bryton App, and then you can easily start your training based on your training goal.
Never have to worry about missing any important phone calls, emails or texts during ride. Aero 60 notifies you whenever you receive phone calls, emails or text messages after pairing it with your smart phone via BLE.
Customizable Data Display via App
Tailor your own data display with Bryton App ! After pairing with Bryton App, you can customize your data fields/pages based on your training goals via BLE on your phone. It's super easy to use.
Sync to Bryton App
Enjoy the seamless over-the-air synchronization with Bryton App. Your tracks and workout data can be synced via WLAN from the device to Bryton App, where you can view progress, graphical analysis and share rides on social media. GPS Update is available for maintaining data accuracy on your device
STRAVA, TrainingPeaks and Selfloops Auto Sync
Compete with worldwide riders through Aero 60 recorded data. No software is needed to convert files. Workout files are automatically saved in FIT format, which can be uploaded to popular training sites. We also make it super easy for you to sync your activities from your Bryton App to Strava/TrainingPeaks/Selfloops by connecting your accounts. What's even better, it supports professional training applications, such as GoldenCheetah, for detailed post-workout analysis.
Calorie - The number of total calories burned.
Kilojoules - The accumulated power output in kilojoules for the current activity.
- Altitude - The height of your current location above or below sea level.
- Max Altitude - The highest height of your current location above or below sea level which the rider achieved for the current activity.
- Alt. Gain - The total altitude gained during this current activity.
- Alt. Loss - The total altitude lost during this current activity.
- Gradient - The calculation of altitude over distance.
- Uphill - The total distance traveled while ascending.
- Downhill - Total distance traveled while descending.
- Distance - The distance travelled for current activity.
- Odometer - The accumulated total distance until you reset it.
- LapDistance - The distance traveled for the current lap.
- LLapDist. - The distance traveled for the last finished lap.
- Trip 1/Trip 2 - Cumulative mileage recorded before you reset it. They are 2 separate trip measurements. You are free to use Trip 1 or Trip 2 to record,for example, weekly total distance and use another to record, for example, monthly total distance.
- Speed - The current rate of change in distance.
- Avg Speed - The average speed for current activity.
- Max Speed - The maximum speed for current activity.
- LapAvgSpd - The average speed for the current lap.
- LapMaxSpd - The maximum speed for the current lap.
- LLapAvgSpd - The average speed for the last finished lap.
- Time - Current GPS Time.
- Ride Time - The time spent on riding for current activity.
- Trip Time - Total time spent for current activity.
- Sunrise - The time of sunrise based on your GPS location.
- Sunset - The time of sunset based on your GPS location.
- LapTime - The stopwatch time for the current lap.
- LLapTime - The stopwatch time for the last finished lap.
- Lap Count - The number of laps finished for the current activity.
CADENCE (Only with Cadence sensor)
- Cadence - The current rate at which rider is pedalling the pedals
- Avg CAD - The average cadence for current activity.
- Max CAD - The maximum cadence for current activity.
- LapAvgCad - The average cadence for the current lap.
- LLapAvCad - The average cadence for the last finished lap.
HEART RATE (Only with optional Heart Rate Monitor)
- Heart Rate - The number of times your heart beats per minute. It requires compatible HR sensor pairing connection to your device.
- Avg HR - The average heart rate for current activity.
- Max HR - The maximum heart rate for current activity.
- MHR % - Your current heart rate divided by Maximum Heart Rate. MHR means that the maximum number of beats made by your heart in 1 minute of effort. (MHR is different from Max HR. You will need to set MHR in user profile)
- LTHR% - Your current heart rate divided by Lactate Threshold Heart Rate. LTHR means that the average heart rate while in the intense exercise at which the blood concentration of lactate begins to exponentially increase. (You will need to set LTHR in user profile)
- MHR Zone - The current range of your Maximum Heart Rate Pecentage heart rate (Zone 1 to Zone 75).
- LTHR Zone The current range of your Lactate Threshold Heart Rate Percentage (Zone 1 to Zone 7).
- LapAvgHR - The average heart rate for the current lap.
- LLapAvgHR - The average heart rate for the last finished lap.
- Lap MHR% - The average of MHR% for the current lap.
- Lap LTHR% - The average of LTHR% for the current lap.
- Temp. - The current temperature.
- Power - Current Power in Watt.
- Avg Power - The average power for the current activity.
- Max Power - The maximum power for the current activity.
- LapAvgPw - The average power for the current lap.
- LapMaxPw - The maximum power for the current lap.
- 3s power - 3 seconds average of power
- 10s power - 10 seconds average of power
- 30s power - 30 seconds average of power
- NP (Normalized Power) - An estimate of the power that you could have maintained for the same physiological "cost" if your power had been perfectly constant, such as on an ergometer, instead of variable power output.
- TSS (Training Stress Score) - Training Stress Score is calculated by taking into account both the intensity such as IF and the duration of the ride. A way of measuring how much stress is put on the body from a ride.
- IF (Intensity Factor) - Intensity Factoristhe ratio of the normalized power(NP) to your Functional Threshold Power(FTP). An indication of how hard or difficult a ride was in relation to your overall fitness.
- SP (Specific Power) - Power-to-weight ratio
- FTP Zone - The current range of your Functional Threshold Power Percentage (Zone1 to Zone 7).
- MAP Zone - The current range of your Maximum Aerobic Power Pecentage (Zone 1 to Zone 7).
- MAP% - The current power divided by your Maximum Aerobic Power..
- FTP% - The current power divided by your functional threshold power.
- Lap NP - Normalized power of the current lap
- LLapAvgPw - The average power output for the last finished lap.
- LlapMaxPw - The maximum power for the last finished lap.
- CurPB-LR - The current left/right power balance.
- AvgPB-LR - The average left/right power balance for the current activity.
- CurTE-LR - The current left/right percentage of how efficiently a rider is pedaling.
- MaxTE-LR - The maximum left/right percentage of how efficiently a rider is pedaling.
- AvgTE-LR - The average left/right percentage of how efficiently a rider is pedaling.
- CurPS-LR - The current left/right percentage of how evenly a rider is applying force to the pedalsc throughout each pedal stroke.
- MaxPS-LR - The maximum left/right percentage of how evenly a rider is applying force to the pedals throughout each pedal stroke.
Electronic Gear-Shifting Systems
Di2 Battery - The remaining battery power of the Di2 system.
Front Gear - The gear position of the front derailleur displayed by the graphic.
Rear Gear - The gear position of the front derailleur displayed by the graphic.
Gear Ratio - The ratio of the current teeth of the front gear to that of the rear gear.
Gears - The front and rear bike gears position displayed by numbers.
Gear Combo - The current gear combination of the front gear and the rear gear.