BikeExchange-Jayco using Large-branded GPS computer that is not* a new Levels Sprint

Dylan Groenewegen, Teniel Campbell, and a several other riders from Staff BikeExchange-Jayco have lately been noticed utilizing what at 1st look appears to be a new cycling computer from the team’s bike sponsor, Giant. On the other hand, soon after a tiny digging, things usually are not what they initial look. 

More than the earlier month of racing, riders from the staff have been applying a variety of desktops from market leaders Garmin, but with the peloton’s aged trustworthy black tape hiding the branding. Far more recently, nonetheless, riders have been noticed utilizing computer systems with a substantial Giant brand on the front 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 group can be seen using a yet-to-be-produced Big biking computer system (Graphic credit rating: Huge Bicycles)

Our 1st ideas have been that of intrigue about Giant’s intentions and way. Giant currently has a couple of biking computers in its portfolio, the Axact and the Neos, but they’re aimed at the spending plan close of the sector at £19.99 and £49.99 respectively. The laptop or computer utilised by the BikeExchange Jayco staff appears like neither of the previously mentioned – and would without doubt be of better technical specs – so it originally seems that Big is using the fight to Garmin and Wahoo in the market place for the greatest biking desktops. 

But as talked about over, you can find a twist. Thanks to the sharp-taking pictures photographers at Setmana Ciclista Valenciana, we can see that this new Large computer’s design identify is Sprint M200.

BikeExchange Jayco Giant computer

A closeup of Teniel Campbell’s hand offers absent the Big computer’s product identify, etched onto the underside (Picture credit score: Getty Visuals)

‘Dash’ is the nomenclature applied by Phases for its biking desktops, and a model as massive as Huge would not just rip off a competitor’s branding so blatantly – nevertheless ironically the brand’s e-bike pc shows are given the very similar title of RideDash. 

We are asking yourself irrespective of whether this Giant pc is a Stages in disguise, and subsequently, regardless of whether the Sprint M200 is an as-but-unreleased replacement for the present Phases Dash M50. It absolutely seems plausible, and when you check out the layout of the new personal computer, the probability only grows.

Giant Dash M200 next to a Stages Dash M50

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

Big isn’t going to presently market the Sprint M200 on its internet site, but Googling the expression provides up the graphic previously mentioned, still left, which we have laid next to the current Levels Dash M50, proper. 

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