The OMATA One Analog GPS Cycling Speedometer

Advanced functionliaty in a classic design
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Image via: OMATA

The mechanics and design behind modern bikes have mostly stayed intact since their invention, but the gear and accessories cyclists use have dramatically improved. Yet, that doesn't necessarily mean they are better. If you're in the market for something a bit more classic, but with only the core stats you need, California's OMATA has just started a Kickstarter campaign to gain support for their own analog GPS speedometer, the OMATA One. Backed by Fabian Cancellara, the OMATA One can display speed, distance, ascent, and time, packaged within a pure, inspiring case that is able to push data to ride tracking services, if you desire. The OMATA One launches today on Kickstarter with a $150,000 goal.

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