Bryton – Rider 10 – User Manual

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User`s ManualTable of Contents
Getting Started ……………. 4
Settings……………………….. 11
Notications………………… 17
Bryton App Advanced
Settings……………………….. 15
Rider 10 Key Functions ………….. 4
Accessories ……………………………. 5
Reset Rider 10 ……………………….. 4
Specications …………………………. 18
Unit ………………………………………. 11
Hour ……………………………………… 11
Calibrate Altitude …………………… 12
Activate Bike ………………………….. 12
Enable GPS …………………………….. 13
Adjust Odometer ……………………. 14
Gride Setting ………………………….. 15
Altitude Calibration ………………… 16
Sensor Pairing ……………………….. 13
Delete Records ……………………….. 14
Status Icons …………………………… 5
Data Fields ……………………………. 26
Step 1: Charge your Rider 10 … 6
Step 2: Turn On Rider 10 ……….. 6
Step 3: Initial Setup ………………… 6
Step 4: Acquire Satellite
Signals …………………………………… 7
Step 5: Ride Y our Bike with
Rider 10 ……………………………….. 7
Share Y our Records ………………… 7
Sync to Bryton Mobile App …….. 8
Download Bryton Update Tool .. 10
Appendix …………………….. 18

Battery Information ………………..

19
Install Rider 10 ………………………… 21
Install the Speed/Cadence/
Dual Sensor (Optional) …………… 22
Install Heart Rate Belt
(Optional) ………………………………. 23
Wheel Size and
Circumference ………………………. 24
Basic Care For Your Rider 10…… 25
2 Table of Contents3 Getting Started
WARNING
Always consult your physician before you begin any training. Please read the details in Warranty and
Safety Information guide in the package.
Australian Consumer Law
Our goods come with guarantees that can not be excluded under the New Zealand and
Australian Consumer Laws. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure
and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also
entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality
and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
Video Tutorial
For a step-by-step demonstration of device and Bryton Mobile App, please scan below QR code to
check Bryton Video Tutorials.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQuQd-qebKIJhMATlefVMdecblWZtGmXf4 Getting Started
Rider 10 Key Functions
Getting Started
This section will guide you on the basic preparations before you start using your Rider 10.
2
2 MENU( )
Press to enter/exit menu mode. •
Press to be back to main menu. •
Long press to clear notication icons. •
1 Power/OK ( / )


In free cycling, press to start recording. •
• When recording, press to stop recording.
1
3
3 Backlight/Page ( / )
In Menu, press to move down to scroll
through menu options.
Press to turn the device on.



In Meter mode, press to switch meter
screen page.
Reset Rider 10
To reboot the Rider 10, long press two keys ( ) at the same time. /5 Getting Started
Accessories
The Rider 10 comes with the following accessories:
USB cable • Bike mount •
Optional items:
Smart Heart Rate Monitor • Smart Speed Sensor • Smart Cadence Sensor •
Status Icons
Icon Description Icon Description
Bike Type Settings
Data Field
1
Bike 1 Daylight Saving
Backlight
Afternoon
Select 12h or 24h
Gradient
Altitude Gain
Altitude Loss
Ride Time
Trip Time
Maximum
Average
Cadence Value
Heart Rate Value
Odometer
Distance
Distance 1
Distance 2
2
Bike 2
GPS Signal Status
Weak GPS signal
No GPS Signal
Strong GPS signal
Power Status
Notication
Full battery
/
Half battery
L
Incoming Call
E-mail
ow battery
NOTE:

• Only the active icons are displayed on the screen.

• Device battery icon ( ) starts blinking indicating that the battery is low.
• Sensor icons( , , ) start blinking indicating that paired sensors are not within
connection range.
• • F-Mount
Message
Icon Description
Heart Rate Sensor
Paired
Speed Sensor Paired
Cadence Sensor
Paired
Recording
Bluetooth
Connected
Sensor PairingStep 1: Charge your Rider 10
Connect Rider 10 to a PC to charge the battery for at least 4 hours.
Unplug the device when it is fully charged.
Step 2: Turn On Rider 10
Press to turn on the device.
Step 3: Initial Setup
When turning Rider 10
• You may see battery icon is blinking when the battery is really low. Keep the device plugged until
it is properly charged.
• The temperature suitable for charging battery is 0
o
C ~ 40
o
C. Beyond this temperature range,
charging will be terminated and the device will draw power from battery.
instructions to complete setup.
1. Press to select the unit of measurement.
PC
At least 4 Hours
the
6 Getting StartedStep 4: Acquire Satellite Signals
Once the Rider 10 is turned on, it will automatically search for satellite signals. It may take
30 to 60 seconds to acquire signals. Please make sure it acquires the satellite signal for the
The GPS signal icon ( /
• icon appears on the screen.

Tunnels Inside rooms,
building, or
underground
Under water High-voltage
wires or
television
towers
Construction
sites and heavy
Step 5: Ride Y our Bike with Rider 10
Free ride: •
In meter view, measurement starts and stops automatically in sync with the movement
of the bicycle.
Start an exercise and record your data: •
In meter view, press to start recording, press again to stop.
Step 6: Share Y our Records
Share Y our Tracks to Brytonactive.com
1. Sign up Brytonactive.com
a. Go to https://active.brytonsport.com.
b. Register a new account.
2. Connect to PC
Turn on your Rider 10 and connect it to your computer by USB cable.
3. Share Your Records
a. Click “+” on the right upper corner.
c. Click “Activities” to check uploaded tracks.
7 Getting StartedLaunch Bryton Mobile App
Scan below QR Code to download Bryton App or you can go to Google Play for android/App Store
for iOS to search Bryton App and download it.

http://download.brytonsport.com/inst.html
Share Your Tracks to Strava.com
1. Download Bryton Mobile App
2. Sign up Bryton Mobile App
1. Sign up/log in on Strava.com
a. Go to https://www.strava.com
a. Click “+” on the top right corner of Strava page and then click “File”.
c. Enter information about your activities and then click “Save & View”.
b. Register a new account or use your current Strava account to log in.
2. Connect to PC
3. Share Your Records
Turn on your Rider 10 and connect it to your computer by USB cable.
a. Launch Bryton Mobile App.
b. Register a new account.
Sync Data to Bryton Mobile App
NOTE: Bryton Mobile App syncs with Brytonactive.com. If you already have brytonactive.com
account, please use the same account to log in to Bryton Mobile App and vice versa.
8 Getting StartedWith the connection to Bluetooth, your Rider computer easily uploads recorded tracks.
To sync data correctly from your device, it is required to pair your device with Bryton mobile app
Pair Your Device with Bryton Mobile App
a. Turn on “Bluetooth” on
your mobile phone.
b. Power on your Rider 10.
c. Tap “ BT Sync”
d. Select the device you
would like to pair , and
tap “+”.
e. Tap ”Yes” after checking if
UUID shown on app is the
same as your device’s.
f. Your device is successfully
paired with Bryton app.
Tap ”Finish” .
g. It would start uploading
tracks from paired device.
h. All tracks are uploaded. i. Go to “Activities” and you
can see tracks are uploaded
successfully.
Note:
Note: Each device has
its own unique UUID, and
each UUID can only be
added to one Bryton
account.
UUID is the 16
digit number on the back
of the device.
Upload Tracks with One Tap
BT Sync
After successfully pairing your device with Bryton Mobile App, when bluetooth is activated
both on your phone and device, all of your activities will be uploaded automatically simply by
tapping icon in Bryton Mobile APP.
10
one
0000000000000000
9 Getting StartedDownload Bryton Update Tool
NOTE: Bryton Update Tool can notify you if a new software version or GPS data is available.
The newer GPS data can speed up the GPS acquisition. We highly recommend you to
check for updates every 1-2 weeks.
1. Go to and download http://www.brytonsport.com/products/support_sdownload?lang=eng
Bryton Update Tool.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Bryton Update Tool.
10 Getting StartedSettings
With Settings Feature, you can customize Unit, Hour, Daylight Saving, Altitude, Bike, Tire Size
, Sync (Sensor Pairing) and Odometer.
You can set km/h or mi/h as your unit.
Unit
You can set time format as 12-hour clock or 24-hour clock and adjust daylight saving time.
Hour
Select
Number
OK
– or 0
1 or 2
00 or 30
12h or 24h
Daylight Saving
1. Press to enter settings.
2. Press to enter UNIT setting.
3. Press to select “km/h or mi/h”.
4. Press to conrm selection.
5. Press to be back to main menu,
press again to exit menu.
1. Press to enter settings.
2. Press to select “HOUR” and press
to enter HOUR setting.
3. Press to select “12h or 24h” and press
to conrm selection.
4. Rider continually leads you to adjust Daylight
Saving Time. Press to select desired setting
and press to conrm and move to next
digit. Repeat above steps to complete setting.
If there is no need to make change, press to
back to main menu, press again to exit menu.
5. After completing the setting, press to conrm
and be back to main menu, then press to exit
menu.
11 SettingsYou can select which bike you would like to activate and calibrate.
Activate Bike
You can set Altitude setting for current location.
Calibrate Altitude
Select
Number
OK
– or 0
0~9
0~9
0~9
0~9
Altitude
Select
Number
OK
0~9
0~9
0~9
0~9
Bike 1 or Bike 2
Tire Size
1.Press to enter settings.
2. Press to select “BIKE” and press
to enter Bike setting.
3. Press to select “Bike 1 or Bike 2” and press
to conrm selection.
4. Rider continually leads you to adjust Tire Size.
Press to select desired setting and press
to conrm and move to next digit. Repeat above
steps to complete setting. If there is no need to make
change, press to back to main menu, press again to
exit menu.
5. After completing the setting, press to conrm and
be back to main menu, then press to exit menu.
1. Press to enter settings.
2. Press to select “ALT” and press
to enter Altitude setting.
3. Press to select desired setting and press
to conrm and move to next digit. Repeat above
steps to complete setting.

4. After completing the setting, press to conrm and
press to exit menu.
Note:
Note: Please refer to page 24 Wheel Size and Circumference
for more detail.
The value of altitude on the meter mode will be changed once current altitude is adjusted.
12 SettingsIf you are doing the indoor training, we would suggest you to turn o the GPS to avoid recording
incorrect track and distance data.
Enable GPS
You can pair Heart Rate Sensor, Speed Sensor, Cadence Sensor and Dual Sensor with Rider 10.
Sensor Pairing
GPS
Speed /
Cadence/
Dual Sensor
Heart Rate
1. Press to enter settings.
2. Press to select “GPS” and press to enter.
3. Press to select “On or OFF”.
4. Press to conrm selection.
5. Press to exit menu.
1. Press to enter settings.
2. Press to select “SYNC” and press
to enter the setting.
3. Press to select “Hr or SP-CA” and press .
4. Wear Heart Rate Sensor or rotate crank and wheel a few
times to wake sensors up.
5. Wait for pairing. When Rider 10 shows “YES”, it means it
successfully detects one sensor, press to conrm
pairing, press to select “NO” and press to cancel
and pair again.
6. After completing pairing, press to exit menu.
Note: The sensors can only be paired when they are awake,
or they would go back to sleep to preserve power.
Note:
• Please keep away from other BLE sensors during sensor pairing.
• After pairing, your Bryton devices automatically connect to Bryton Smart Sensors each time
when sensors are awake.
13 SettingsYou can adjust total mileage on the odometer setting.
Adjust Odometer
You can delete all records or delete records to make space for 8h, 16h or 24h recording.
Delete Records
NOTE:
• Rider 10 can record up to 120h in smart recording mode, and it can record up to 30h in
1 sec recording mode (It requires Bryton Mobile App to switch to 1 sec recording mode).
• You can view how many hours are left to record in Distance data field once you start riding or
start recording.
• >8h,>16h or >24h only comes to use when Rider 10’s storage is less than 8h, 16h or 24h and it
only makes enough space for 8h, 16h or 24h recording instead of adding up another 8h, 16h or
24h for you to record.
Delete
Select
Number
OK
0~9
0~9
0~9
0~9
0~9
Odometer
1. Press to enter settings.
2. Press to select “DEL” and press to enter.
3. Press to select “>8h,>16h, >24h or ALL” to
delete records.
4. Press to conrm selection.
5. Press to exit menu.
1. Press to enter settings.
2. Press to select “ODO” and press
to enter odometer setting.
3. Press to select desired setting and press
to conrm and move to next digit. Repeat above
steps to complete setting.

4. After completing the setting, press to conrm
and press to exit menu.
14 SettingsAfter pairing your Rider 10 with Bryton Mobile App, you will have access to Grid Setting and
Altitude Calibration.
You can customize your data page manaully, set your MHR, LTHR, turn on/o Smart Pause and set
Data Recording.
Grid Setting
15 Bryton App Advanced Settings
Brtyon App Advanced Settings
1. Pair Rider 10 with Bryton Mobile App
a. Turn on Rider 10.
b. Go to your phone “Settings>Bluetooth” and enable Bluetooth.
c. Go to Bryton Mobile App and tap “Settings>User Settings>Device Manager”.
d. Tap “+” and choose “Bluetooth 4.0”.
e. Select and add your device by pressing “+”.
f. Tap “Pair” to pair your device with your phone. (For iOS phone only)
g. Tap “Finish” to complete pairing.
2. Customize Your Data Page
a. Tap “Settings > Grid Setting” in Bryton Mobile App
b. Tap “OK” to conrm connection to Rider 10.
c. Choose “Manual” for perfonal customization.
Choose “Auto” if you want to keep it at Default.
d. Tap left or right to change the number of grids.
e. Tap 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 to switch to dierent data page.
f. Tap data grid to change ride data.
3. Enter Your MHR and LTHR
a. Tap “ ” to enter settings.
b. Tap number next to MHR and LTHR to enter your MHR and LTHR value.
4. Turn On/O Smart Pause
Tap Smart Pause column to turn on/o smart pause.
5. Set Data Recording
Tap Data Recording column to set your desired settings.
6. Sync New Settings to Rider 10
Tap left upper corner “<” and select “Sync” to sync your new settings. Note: • To change data grid back to default , go to and tap Data Page. “Back to default settings?” message pops up, tap “Yes” to conrm. • To view step by step tutorial, please click below link. Rider 10/one grid setting with Bryton app16 Advanced Settings With connection to Internet, Bryton Mobile App provides altitude information for you to calibrate directly. You can also change altitude manually. Altitude Calibration 1. Pair Rider 10 with Bryton Mobile App a. Turn on Rider 10. b. Go to your phone “Settings>Bluetooth” and enable Bluetooth.
c. Go to Bryton Mobile App and tap “Settings>User Settings>Device Manager”.
d. Tap “+” and choose “Bluetooth 4.0”.
e. Select and add your device by pressing “+”.
f. Tap “Pair” to pair your device with your phone. (For iOS phone only)
g. Tap “Finish” to complete pairing.
2. Calibrate Your Altitude
a. Tap “Alt. Cal” in Bryton Mobile App.
b. Tap ”Allow” to enable Bryton Mobile App to use current location for altitude information.
c. Bryton Mobile App shows altitude of your current location. you can also make manual changes
by pressing or tap on the number to input manually.
d. Tap “Calibrate” to make change as suggested.
e. Bryton Mobile App scans for available devices. Tap “OK” to connect to Rider 10.
f. Tap “OK” to calibrate altitude data for your device.
g. “Calibration Successful” shows up. Tap “OK” to conrm.
Note: To view step by step tutorial, please click below link.
Bryton 10 Altitude Calibration with Bryton app17 Notication
Notication
a. Turn on Rider 10.
b. Go to your phone “Settings>Bluetooth” and enable Bluetooth.
c. Go to Bryton Mobile App and tap “Settings>User Settings>Device Manager”.
d. Tap “+” and choose “Bluetooth 4.0”.
e. Select and add your device by pressing “+”.
f. Tap “Pair” to pair your device with your phone.
g. Tap “Finish” to complete pairing.
NOTE:
• If notifications don’t work, please go to your phone “Settings>Notifications” and check if
you have allowed notications in compatible messages and email apps or go to social applications
and check if you have turned on notications in your application settings.
• To clear notification icons, please long press MENU.
• To view step by step tutorial, please click Notications setup with Rider 10/one.

Phone Call
E-mail
Text
After pairing your compatible smartphone using Bluetooth Smart wirelessly technology with
Rider 10, you can receive phone call, text and email notications on your Rider 10.
1. IOS Phone Pairing
a. Turn on Rider 10.
b. Go to your phone “Settings>Bluetooth” and enable Bluetooth.
c. Go to Bryton Mobile App and tap “Settings>User Settings>Device Manager”.
d. Tap “+” and choose “Bluetooth 4.0”.
e. Select and add your device by pressing “+”.
f. Tap “Finish” to complete pairing.
a. Tap “Settings>User Settings>Notification”.
b. Tap “OK” to enter setting to allow Notication Access for Bryton app.
c. Tap “Bryton” and select “OK” to allow notication access for Bryton.
d. Go back to Notication settings.
e. Select and enable In-coming Calls, Text Messages and Emails by tapping each item.
1. Android Phone Pairing
2. Allow Notication Access
Note:
• To view step by step tutorial, please click Notications setup with Rider 10/one for Android users.
• To clear notification icons, please long press MENU. Appendix
Rider 10
Item Description
Display 2″ Segment Type HTN LCD
Physical Size 71 x 46.2 x 16.5 mm
Weight 52g
Operating
Temperature
-10°C ~ 50°C
Battery Charging
Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C
Battery Li polymer rechargeable battery
Battery Life 16 hours with open sky
GPS Integrated high-sensitivity GPS receiver with embedded antenna

BLE Smart Bluetooth smart wireless technology with embedded antenna
Smart Speed Sensors
Item Description
Physical size 36.9 x 34.8 x 8.1 mm
Weight 6 g
Water Resistance Incidental exposure to water of up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Transmission range 3 m
Battery life Up to 1 year
Operating temperature -10
o
C ~ 60
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Bluetooth 4.0 and Dynastream ANT+
Sport wireless communications protocol
Water Resistant Water resistant to a depth of 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Barometer Equipped with barometer
18 Appendix
NOTE:
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical, magnectic interference and
distance from the transmitter.
To avoid magnetic interference, it is recommended that you change location, clean or
replace chain.Smart Cadence Sensor
Item Description
Physical size 36.9 x 31.6 x 8.1 mm
Weight 6 g
Water Resistance Incidental exposure to water of up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Transmission range 3 m
Battery life Up to 1 year
Operating temperature -10
o
C ~ 60
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Bluetooth 4.0 and Dynastream ANT+
Sport wireless communications protocol
Smart Heart Rate Monitor
Item Description
Physical size 63 x 34.3 x 15 mm
Weight 14.5 g (sensor) / 31.5g (strap)
Water Resistance
Incidental exposure to water of up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
Transmission range 3 m
Battery life Up to 2 years
Operating temperature 0
o
C ~ 50
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Bluetooth 4.0 and Dynastream ANT+
Sport wireless communications protocol
Battery Information
Smart Speed Sensor and Smart Cadence Sensor
Both sensors contain a user-replaceable CR2032 battery.
Before using sensors:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of sensors.
2. Use your nger to press and twist cover counter-clockwise so the indicator on the cover points
to unlock icon ( ).
3. Remove the cover and battery tab.
4. Use your nger to press and twist cover clockwise so the indicator on the cover points
to locked icon ( ).
19 Appendix
NOTE:
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical, magnectic interference and
distance from the transmitter.
NOTE:
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical, magnectic interference and
distance from the transmitter. Smart Heart Rate Monitor
The heart rate monitor contains a user-replaceable CR2032 battery.
To replace the battery:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of the heart rate monitor.
2. Use a coin to twist the cover counter-clockwise.
3. Remove the cover and battery.
5. Use a coin to twist the cover clockwise.
CR2032
+
To replace the battery:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of sensors.
2. Use your nger to press and twist cover counter-clockwise so the indicator on the cover points
to unlock icon ( ).
3. Remove the battery and insert new battery with positive connector rst into the battery chamber.
4. Use your nger to press and twist cover clockwise so the indicator on the cover points
to locked icon ( ).
20 Appendix
NOTE:

Be careful not to damage or lose the O-ring gasket. •
Contact your local waste disposal department to properly dispose of used batteries. •
NOTE:

W
rst, the positive connector will easily deform and malfucntion.
hen installing a new battery, if the battery is not placed with the positive connector •
Be careful not to damage or lose the O-ring gasket on the cover. •
Contact your local waste disposal department to properly dispose of used batteries. •
Value of cadence or speed blinks in data page when sensors having low power.
Value of heart rate blinks in data page when heart rate sensor is having low power.

facing upward and lightly press it.3
Install Rider 10
Use Bike Mount to Mount Rider
1 2
4
1
2
Use F-Mount to Mount Rider (Optional)
21 AppendixInstall the Speed/Cadence Sensor
(Optional)
Speed Sensor Cadence Sensor
+
+
+
NOTE:

Once sensors are waken, the LED blinks twice. The LED continues to blink when you
continue to pedal for pairing. After around 15 times blink, it stops blinking. If not used for
10 minutes, sensor would go into sleep mode to preserve power. Please complete the
pairing during the time the sensor is awake.

22 AppendixStrap Electrodes
Install Heart Rate Belt (Optional)
NOTE:
In cold weather, wear appropriate clothing to keep the heart rate belt warm. •
The belt should be worn directly on your body. •
Adjust the sensor position to the middle part of the body (wear it slightly below the •
chest).
belt rmly so that it will not turn loose during the exercise.
The Bryton logo shown on the sensor should be facing upward. Tighten the elastic
If the sensor cannot be detected or the reading is abnormal, please warm up for about 5 •
minutes.
If the heart rate belt is not used for a period of time, remove the sensor from the heart •
rate belt.
O P E N
NOTE: Improper battery replacement may cause an explosion. When replacing a
manufacturer. Disposal of the used batteries must be carried out in accordance to the
regulations of your local authority.
For better environmental protection, waste batteries should be collected
separately for recycling or special disposal.
23 AppendixWheel Size and Circumference
The wheel size is marked on both sides of the tires.
Wheel Size Wheel Size
24 AppendixBasic Care For Your Rider 10
Taking good care of your device will reduce the risk of damage to your device.
Do not drop your device or subject it to severe shock. •
Do not expose your device to extreme temperatures and excessive moisture. •
The screen surface can easily be scratched. Use the non-adhesive generic screen •
protectors to help protect the screen from minor scratches.
Use diluted neutral detergent on a soft cloth to clean your device. •

attempt to do so will make the warranty invalid.
25 AppendixData Fields
26 Appendix
BLE sensors’ connection to your device or Brton Mobile App is required to display some data eld.
Time : Current GPS Time
Ride Time : The time spent on riding for current activity.
Trip Time : Total time recorded including pauses.
Distance : The distance traveled for current activity.
Odometer : The accumulated total distance until you reset it.
Distance 1, Distance 2: Cumulative mileage recorded before you reset it.
They are 2 separate distance measurements. You are free to use Distance 1 or Distance 2 to record,
for example, weekly total distance and use another to record, for example, monthly total distance.
It requires Bryton Mobile App to enable this function.
Speed : The current rate of change in distance.
Average Speed : The average speed for current activity.
Maximum Speed : The maximum speed for current activity.
Cadence : The current rate at which rider is pedaling the pedals.
It requires compatible BLE cadence sensor connection to your device .
Average Cadence : The average cadence for current activity.
Maximum Cadence : The maximum cadence for current activity.
Heart Rate : The number of times your heart beats per minute.
It requires compatible HR cadence sensor connection to your device .
Average Heart Rate : The average heart rate for current activity.
Maximum Heart Rate : The maximum heart rate for current activity.
LTHR : The average heart rate while in the intense exercise at which the blood concentration of
lactate begins to exponentially increase.
LTHR% : Your current heart rate divided by Lactate Theshold Heart Rate.
LTHR Zone : The current range of your LTHR.
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