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User`s Manual
20
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Table of Contents 2
…………………………
Getting Started ……………. 4
Y our Rider 20
+
4
Accessories ……………………………. 5
Status Icons …………………………… 5
Step 1: Charge your Rider 20
+
…. 6
Step 2: Turn On Rider 20
+
……….. 6
Step 3: Initial Setup ………………… 6
Step 4: Acquire Satellite Signals 6
Step 5: Ride Y our Bike with
Rider 20+ ………………………………. 7
Reset Rider 20+ ………………………. 7
How to connect your device
with brytonsport.com…………….. 7
Training ………………………. 8
Simple Workouts ……………………. 8
My Workout …………………………… 9
Stop Training ……………………….. 10
View Exercise/Training
Record …………………………………. 10
History Flow…………………………. 11
Settings …………………….. 12
My Lap …………………………………. 12

Display ………………………………… 14
Sensors ………………………………… 16
………… 17
Change System Settings ……….. 19
My Device Manager ……………… 21
View GPS Status …………………… 22
View Software Version ………….. 22
Appendix …………………… 23
………………………. 23
Battery Information ……………… 24
Install Rider 20
+
…………………….. 25
Install the Speed/Cadence/
Dual Sensor (Optional) …………. 26
Install Heart Rate Belt
(Optional) …………………………….. 27
Wheel Size and
Circumference ……………………… 28
Basic Care For Y our Rider 20
+
… 29
Table of ContentsAustralian 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.
Getting Started 3
ENGLISH
WARNING
Always consult your physician before you begin or modify any training program. Please read
the details in Warranty and Safety Information guide in the package.
Product Registration
Help us better support you by completing your device registration using Bryton Bridge.
Go to http://support.brytonsport.com for more information.
Bryton Software
tracks and analyze your data on the web.Getting Started 4
Y our Rider 20
+
Getting Started
This section will guide you on the basic preparations before you start using your Rider 20
+
.
20
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1 1
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1 1
r
p
m
1
2
3 PAGE ( )
In Menu, press to move down to scroll •
through menu options.
In Meter view, press to switch meter •
screen page. Press and hold to enter
Shortcut page.
1 BACK ( )
Press to return to the previous page or •
cancel an operation.
When recording, press to pause •
recording. Press it again to stop
recording.
1 3
2 LAP/OK ( )
Press and hold to turn the device on/ •

selection.
In free cycling, press to start recording. •
When recording, press to mark the lap. • Getting Started 5
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Accessories
The Rider 20
+
comes with the following accessories:
4-pin USB cable • Bike mount •
Optional items:
Heart rate belt • Speed sensor • Cadence sensor •
Speed/Cadence Dual sensor •
Status Icons
Icon Description
Bike in use
1
Bike 1
2
Bike 2
GPS Signal Status
Weak signal
Strong signal
Power Status
Full battery
/
Half battery
Low battery
Icon Description
Heart Rate Sensor Active
Cadence Sensor Active
Speed Sensor Active
Dual Sensor Active
Training mode
Meter mode
Log Record in Progress
Recording is paused
NOTE: Only the active icons are displayed on the screen.Getting Started 6
Step 1: Charge your Rider 20
+
Connect Rider 20
+
to a PC to charge the battery for at least 3 hours.
Unplug the device when it is fully charged.
reset
20
+
/ 1 1 / 1 1
r
p
m
1
Step 2: Turn On Rider 20
+
Press and hold to turn on the device.
Step 3: Initial Setup
instructions to complete setup.
1. Select the display language.
2. Select the daylight saving time.
3. Select the unit of measurement.
Gender • Height • Weight •

analysis.
5. Read and accept the Safety Agreement.
Step 4: Acquire Satellite Signals
Once the Rider 20
+
is turned on, it will automatically search for satellite signals. It may take 30
time use.
The GPS signal icon ( /
• icon appears on the screen./ /
Getting Started 7
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Step 5: Ride Y our Bike with Rider 20
+
Free ride: •
Select Meter from the menu list and start free ride.
Start an exercise and record your data: •
In meter view, press to start recording, press to pause, press again to stop.
Start a training: •
Select Train from the menu list. Training can be based on time, distance, calories burn, or
the saved workouts.
Reset Rider 20
+
To reset the Rider 20
+
, long press all three keys ) at the same time.
How to connect your device with
brytonsport.com
1. Download Bryton Bridge 2
a. Go to http://www.brytonsport.com/help/start and download Bryton Bridge 2.
b. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Bryton Bridge.
2. Register an Account
Go to http://www.brytonsport.com and register an account. Please provide accurate
information in Personal Setting.
3. Connect to PC
Turn on your Rider 20
+
and connect it to your computer by using USB cable.
4. Share Y our Experience With Other Bikers
To share your experiences with other bikers around the world, please visit
http://www.brytonsport.com.
NOTE: Go to corp.brytonsport.com > Support > Tutorial for more instructions.
(Training 8
Training
Bicycling is one of the best types of exercise for your body. It helps you to burn your calories,
simple workouts and use the Rider 20
+
to track your training or workout progress.
1. In the main screen, press to select
Train.
2. Press to enter the Training menu.
08:08 09/09
Meter
Train
History
Settings
1
Simple Workouts
You can set simple workouts by entering your time or distance goals.
The Rider 20
+
Time
Time
OK/EXIT
1:00:00
1. In the Training menu, press to select
To Plan > Time and press .
2. Press / to set your time and press
3. A “Save to My Workout?” message
appears on the screen. Select Y es and
press
4. Enter the workout name using the
on-screen keyboard.
5. Go for a ride.
Go to Train > Workouts and choose the
save workout. Press to start training
and record log.Training 9
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Using the On-screen Keyboard
Name
OK/EXIT
001 END
Name
OK/EXIT
001 A
1. Press / to select the input character.
Select • DEL to erase the data.
2. Press to confirm the selection.
3. When finished, press / to select END and press to confirm.
NOTE: If user does not enter the workout name, the system will automatically label the file
name according to the current date and time.
My Workout
With My Workout feature, you can start your workout using the training plan that you have
saved in To Plan menu.
1. In the Training menu, press to select
My Workout and press .
2. Press to select View and press to
enter its submenu.
Press • to select your desired
training plan and press to confirm.
Go for a ride. •
Press to start training and record
log.
3. To choose which workouts to delete,
select Delete.
4. To delete all workouts to delete, select
Delete All.
View
Delete
Delete All
My WorkoutTraining 10
NOTE: If the selected workout includes several interval settings, a workout details appear
on the screen. Select Start and press to proceed with the workout.
Stop Training
You can stop the current training after you have reached your goal or when you decide to
end the current training.
/
1 1
/
1 1
r
p
m
1
Do you want
to stop?
Yes
1. Press to pause the recording and
press again to stop the recording.
2. A “Do you want to stop?” message
appears on the screen. To stop the current
training, press / to select Y es and
press to confirm.
View Exercise/Training Record
Use View History to view or delete your exercise/training history.
To view your history:
1. In the main screen, press to select
History > View and press .
2. Press to select View and press to
confirm.
3. Press to select a training history
from the list and press to view your
history.
History
View
Delete
Delete All
NOTE: You can also upload your history to brytonsport.com to keep track of all your ride
data. Training 11
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To delete your history:
1. In the main screen, press to select
History > View and press .
2. Press to select Delete and press
to enter the history list.
3. Press to select a training history
from the list and press to delete the
selected history.
4. A “Do you want to delete?” message
appears on the screen. To delete the data,
press / to select Y es and press
to confirm.
Delete
Do you want to delete?
Yes
History Flow
09/19 21:44
00:03:08 trip
3.69 km
39 kcal
04 laps
1/20 More
00:02:25 ride
AVG MAX
75.6 kmh
39 bpm
19 rpm
75.6
39
19
Lap 01 00:49
0.25 km
81.4 kmh
13 kcal
0 bpm
0 rpm
trip = Trip Time
The arrow appears only
when there is lap in this
record.
Record#/Total records
The arrow appears only
when there are more than
1 lap.Settings 12
Settings
With the Settings feature, you can customize display settings, sensor settings,
My Lap
Display
Sensors
Settings
1. In the main screen, press to select Settings.
2. Press to enter the Settings menu.
My Lap
Lap by Location
By Location
Use current
location as
lap location?
Yes
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
My Lap > By Location and press .
2. Press to select Detail info and press
to change the setting.
3. A “Use current location as lap location?”
message appears on the screen. To save
the data, press to select Y es and
press
4. Press to exit this menu.
NOTE:
appears on the screen. Check if the GPS is on and make sure you step outside to acquire
the signal.Settings 14
Set
Display
You can set the display settings for the Meter, Lap, and Auto Switch. You can also set the
Auto Switch interval setting.
Meter Display
Meter
Current Time
Current Speed
Total Distance
3-grid display
Meter
Temperature
Avg Speed
Ride Time
Ride Time
Current Time
Trip Time
Item selection
1. In the Settings menu, press to select Display > Meter > Meter 1, Meter 2, or Meter 3
and press .
2. Press /
Lap by Distance
Distance
OK/EXIT
KM
10.0
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
My Lap > Distance and press .
2. Press to select Detail info and press
to change the setting.
3. Press / to select your desired
distance and press
4. Press to exit this menu.Settings 15
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3. Press to select the item field that you want to customize, and press to confirm
the selection.
4. Press / to select the desired setting and press to confirm.
5. Press to exit this menu.
NOTE: The number of data fields shown on the screen depends on the “Data fields”
selection.
b
p
m
Avg HR:
Time:
1
2-grid display
b
p
m
b
p
m
Avg HR:
Max HR:
Time:
1
3-grid display
Lap Display
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
Display > LAP > Meter 1 or Meter 2 and
press .
2. Press / to select the number of
data fields and press to confirm.
3. Press to select the item field that
you want to customize, and press to
confirm the selection.
4. Press / to select the desired setting
and press to confirm.
5. Press to exit this menu.
Lap
Meter1
On
On
Meter2Settings 16
Auto Scroll
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
Display > Auto scroll and press .
2. Press to select the setting that you
want to change and press to enter its
submenu.
Auto scroll: enable/disable the auto •
switch.
Interval: set the interval time. •
3. Press / to adjust the desired
setting and press to confirm.
4. Press to exit this menu.
Auto scroll
Auto scroll
On
5 sec
Interval
Sensors
You can customize the respective sensor settings such as enable/disable the function or
rescan the sensor for the device.
Heart Rate
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
Heart Rate
Speed
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
Speed
Cadence
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
Cadence
Speed/CAD
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
Speed/CadenceSettings 17
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1. In the Settings menu, press to select Sensors > Heart Rate, Speed, Cadence, or
Speed/CAD and press .
2. Press to select the desired setting and press to confirm.
Rescan: rescan to detect the sensor. •
Turn on/Turn off: enable/disable the sensor. •
3. Press to exit this menu.
NOTE:
When the heart rate monitor is paired, the • heart rate icon appears on the main screen.
While pairing your speed/cadence sensor and the heart rate belt, please make sure there •
is no other cadence/speed sensor within 5 m. When the cadence sensor is paired, the
cadence sensor icon appears on the main screen.
Personalize User Profile
You can change your personal information.
User
Gender
Age
Male
36
Height
177 cm
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
User and press .
2. Press to select the setting that you
want to change and press to enter its
submenu.
Gender: select your gender. •
Age: specify your age. •
Height: set your height. •
Weight: set your weight. •
Max HR: set your maximum heart rate. •
LTHR: set your lactate threshold heart •
rate.
FTP: set your functional threshold •
power.
MAP: set your maximum aerobic •
power.
3. Press / to adjust the desired
setting and press to confirm.
4. Press to exit this menu.Settings 18
Personalize Bike Profile
You can customize and view your bicycle(s) profile.
Bike 1
Bike Type
Weight
Folding Bike
13 kg
Wheel
1700 mm
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
Bike > Bike 1 or Bike 2 and press .
2. Press to select the setting that you
want to change and press to enter its
submenu.
Bike Type: select the bike type. •
Weight: set the bike weight. •
Wheel: set the bike wheel size. •
Activate: select to activate the bike. •
3. Press / to adjust the desired
setting and press to confirm.
4. Press to exit this menu.
NOTE: For details on wheel size, see “Wheel Size and Circumference” on page 28.
View Bike Profile
Bike 1
ODD
Ride Time
1033 km
89:23:28
Alt. Gain
1700 mm
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
Bike > Overview and press .
2. Press to select the desired bike and
press to confirm.
3. Press to view more data of the
selected bike.
4. Press to exit this menu.Settings 19
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Change System Settings
You can customize the device system settings such as backlight off, self lap, key tone, beep,
time/unit data format, on-screen display language, and data reset.
Backlight Off Back light
Auto
Never
1 min
10 min
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
System > Backlight Off and press .
2. Press / to select the desired setting
and press to confirm.
3. Press to exit this menu.
Key Tone
Key Tone
On
Off
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
System > Key Tone and press .
2. Press / to select the desired setting
and press to confirm.
3. Press to exit this menu.Settings 20
Alert
Alert
On
Off
1. In the Settings menu, press / to
select System > Alert and press .
2. Press / to select the desired setting
and press to confirm.
3. Press to exit this menu.
Time/Unit
Dlight Save
+0:00
+1:00
Daylight Save
Date
mmddyyyy
yyyymmdd
ddmmyyyy
Date format
Time
12hr
24hr
Time format
Unit
Metric
Imperial
UnitUUID:
1207120800000055
Software Version: R012
Tracks: 2 tracks
Update Software
Visit brytonsport.com
Save tracks to computer
Settings 21
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1. In the Settings menu, press to select System > Time/Unit > Daylight Save, Date
format, Time format, or Unit and press .
2. Press / to select the desired setting/format and press
3. Press to exit this menu.
Language
Language
English
Deutsch
Français
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
System > Language and press .
2. Press / to select the desired setting
and press
3. Press to exit this menu.
My Device Manager
1. Download Bryton Bridge 2. See page 7 for more details.
2. Turn on your device and connect it to your computer by using
USB cable. My Device Manager will automatically launch when the
device is connected to the computer.
If the software does not automatically launch, right-click •
Bryton Bridge icon in the system tray and select Open my
device manager.
Tracks can be saved at local computer as BDX, GPX, TCX and PWF format.
4. Click SaveSettings 22
View GPS Status
You can view the GPS signal information that your device is currently receiving.
Status
121 . 000000
25 . 000000
Good
PowerSaving
1. In the Settings menu, press to select
Status and press .
2. To set the signal search mode, press
to confirm.
3. Press / to select the desired setting
and press to confirm.
Off: Turn-off GPS functions. Choose •
this to save power when GPS signal is
not available, or when GPS information
is not required (such as indoor use).
Full Power: maximum position and •
speed accuracy, consumes more
power.
PowerSaving: Achieves longer battery •
life when used in good GPS signal
condition, but less accurate.
View Software Version
You can view your device current software version.
1. In the Settings menu, press to select About.
2. Press to confirm.
The current software version is displayed on the screen.
3. Press to exit this menu.Appendix 23
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Appendix
Rider 20
+
Item Description
Display
Physical Size 39.6 x 58.9 x 17 mm
Weight 40g
Operating
Temperature
-10°C ~ 50°C
Battery Charging
Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C
Battery Li polymer rechargeable battery
Battery Life 17 hours with open sky
GPS
Integrated high-sensitivity GPS receiver with embedded
antenna
RF Transceiver 2.4GMHz Ant+
Water Resistant IPX7 waterproof rating
Speed/Cadence Sensor
Item Description
Physical size 34.2 x 46.7 x 13.2 mm
Weight 14 g
Water Resistance IPX7
Transmission range 5 m
Battery life 1 hour per day for 16 months
Operating temperature -10
o
C ~ 60
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Dynastream ANT+ Sport wireless
communications protocol
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical interference, and receiver
distance from the transmitter. Appendix 24
Heart Rate Monitor
Item Description
Physical size 67~100 x 26 x 15 mm
Weight 14 g (sensor) / 35g (strap)
Water Resistance 20 m
Transmission range 5 m
Battery life 1 hour per day for 24 months
Operating temperature 5
o
C ~ 40
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Dynastream ANT+ Sport wireless
communications protocol
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical interference, and receiver
distance from the transmitter.
Battery Information
Heart Rate Monitor and Cadence Sensor Battery
The heart rate monitor/cadence sensor contains a user-replaceable CR2032 battery.
To replace the battery:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of the heart rate
monitor/cadence sensor.
2. Use a coin to twist the cover counter-clockwise so the arrow on
the cover points to OPEN.
3. Remove the cover and battery. Wait for 30 seconds.
4. Insert the new battery, with the positive connector first into the
battery chamber.
5. Use a coin to twist the cover clockwise so the arrow on the cover
points to CLOSE.
A
B
NOTE:
When installing a new battery, if the battery is not placed with the positive connector •
first, the positive connector will easily deform and malfunction.
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. •
A
CLOSE
OPEN
BAppendix 25
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Install Rider 20
+
Mount Rider 20
+
to the Bike
1 2
3 4
20
+
20 +
Rider 20
+Appendix 26
Install the Speed/Cadence/Dual Sensor
(Optional)
CADENCE SPEED
SPEED
SPEED
3mm
SPEED
SPEED
SPEED
SPEED
Speed
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
20
+
SPEED
Speed
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
20
+
Cadence
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
20
+
1 2 3 4
5a 6a 7a 8a
5b 6b 7b 8b
Cadence
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
20
+
3mm
CADENCE
Speed/CAD
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
20
+
5c 6c 7c 8c
20
+
Speed/CAD
Turn Off
Status: active
ID XXXXXXXXX
Rescan
3mmAppendix 27
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Install Heart Rate Belt (Optional)
Electrodes
Strap
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
1 2 3 4
5 6
CLOSE
OPEN
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). The Bryton logo shown on the sensor should be facing upward. Tighten the elastic
belt firmly so that it will not turn loose during the exercise.
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.
NOTE:
To ensur • e optimum performance, do the following:
– Align both sensor and magnet as shown in the illustration (5a / 5b). Pay attention on the
alignment points.
– Ensure the distance between the sensor and the magnet is within 3 mm.
Ensure that both Speed sensor and Speed magnet are installed and aligned horizontally, •
not vertically.
On the initial usage, press the front button to activate the sensor and start pedaling. •
When the sensor detects the magnet, the LED blinks once to indicate the alignment is
correct (the LED blinks only for the first ten passes after pressing the button). Appendix 28
Wheel Size and Circumference
The wheel size is marked on both sides of the tires.
Wheel Size L (mm)
24 x 1.75 1890
24 x 2.00 1925
24 x 2.125 1965
26 x 7/8 1920
26 x 1(59) 1913
26 x 1(65) 1952
26 x 1.25 1953
26 x 1-1/8 1970
26 x 1-3/8 2068
26 x 1-1/2 2100
26 x 1.40 2005
26 x 1.50 2010
26 x 1.75 2023
26 x 1.95 2050
26 x 2.00 2055
700 x19C 2080
700 x 20C 2086
700 x 23C 2096
700 x 25C 2105
700 x 28C 2136
700 x 30C 2170
700 x 32C 2155
700C Tubular 2130
700 x 35C 2168
700 x 38C 2180
700 x 40C 2200
Wheel Size L (mm)
12 x 1.75 935
14 x 1.5 1020
14 x 1.75 1055
16 x 1.5 1185
16 x 1.75 1195
18 x 1.5 1340
18 x 1.75 1350
20 x 1.75 1515
20 x 1-3/8 1615
22 x 1-3/8 1770
22 x 1-1/2 1785
24 x 1 1753
24 x 3/4 Tubular 1785
24 x 1-1/8 1795
24 x 1-1/4 1905
26 x 2.10 2068
26 x 2.125 2070
26 x 2.35 2083
26 x 3.00 2170
27 x 1 2145
27 x 1-1/8 2155
27 x 1-1/4 2161
27 x 1-3/8 2169
650 x 35A 2090
650 x 38A 2125
650 x 38B 2105
700 x 18C 2070
Appendix 29
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Basic Care For Y our Rider 20
+
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.
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.Screen Terminologies
Screen Display Terminology
LapAvSpd lap average speed
LapMaSpd lap maximum speed
L`stLpAvSp last lap average speed
LapDist lap distance
L`stLpDist last lap distance
L`stLapT last lap time
LapAvHR lap average heart rate
LapMaHR lap maximum heart rate
L`LpAvHR last lap average heart rate
L`A`MHR% lap average MHR percentage
L`A`LTHR% lap average LTHR percentage
Str`dRate stride rate
AvStr`dRt average stride rate
MaStr`dRt maximum stride rate
LpAvSt`dR lap average stride rate
LpStr`dAvL lap stride average length
LLpSt`dAvL last lap stride average length
AvSt`dl`gth average stride length
AvgPace average pace
MaxPace maximum pace
L`st1kmP last 1km/mile pace
LapAvP lap average pace
L`stLpAvP last lap average pace
LapMaP lap maximum pace
LAvCAD lap average cadence
ODO odometer
T to Dest Time to Destination
D to Dest Distance to Destination
Alt. Gain Altitude Gain
Alt. Loss Altitude Loss
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