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LezyneSuper GPS Bike Computer

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While we gladly admit to being tech geeks, the GPS head unit arms race has, admittedly, gotten out of hand, with options seemingly outnumbering the customers themselves. Lezyne de-escalates the situation, making the choice easy by embarrassing more expensive devices with the escalated functionality of its Super GPS Bike Computer.

The Super GPS still backs up the usual GPS/Glonass connection with some local readings and it still connects to Bluetooth and ANT+ meters and monitors; but, when paired with a smartphone and Lezyne's new Ally app, the Super GPS now also incorporates everything from live segment updates to navigational prompts. When paired with a smartphone, the only key difference between it and the (much) more expensive head units dominating the market is that it lacks a color touchscreen. If you're more into data and training than flash and shininess, that's a negligible sacrifice.

The biggest change for the new model year may well be the addition of Lezyne's Ally app, which addresses one of the only critiques we had of the previous Super GPS. By syncing with a smartphone via Ally, you're able to dial up pre-programmed routes or create your own. The Super GPS will then give turn-by-turn directions to keep you on track, letting you turn your brain off and just ride. No stem notes required. And if you're into just free roaming, then a bread crumb feature maps your ride out to guide you back.

Lezyne Ally also keeps tabs on Strava segments, displaying live updates on the Super GPS when you're on the hunt, and it autosyncs with Strava and other popular third party sites like TrainingPeaks. It can also provide text and call notifications—but we'd often just as soon avoid that particular feature while we're out on the bike. After we've returned and sifted through all of those unanswered texts, Lezyne's GPS Root makes for one of the easiest data-dump processes in the industry: just head to the company's homepage, plug the Super GPS in, and transfer the ride with the click of a mouse.

The heart of the Super is still its GPS/Glonass connectivity, which is reinforced with an internal barometer and accelerometer. The addition of these local measurement tools reduces the dead spots and wonky readings that occasionally result when a handheld device is communicating on a sub-meter scale with a positioning satellite some 12,550 miles removed from your terrestrial hammerfest. By cleaning up the data, the Super GPS provides more accuracy. In a sport where centimeters often make the difference, that clean data matters.

The Super GPS's construction is just as clean as its data. With a glossy, easy-to-read screen and signature meticulousness in machining the structural bits, this computer adds a touch of classy modern design to the cockpit. At 40.1 x 31.7mm, the screen is slightly larger than the previous Super GPS, making it that much easier to read at a glance or navigate data displays but still keeping it small enough that it doesn't overwhelm your bar space. The screen is also backlit for clear readability in varying light conditions, and the unit's four-button operation is intuitive and user-friendly for quick navigation on-the-go.

  • A cycling head unit with outsized functionality
  • GPS/Glonass connectivity supported by local readings
  • Connects to most ancillary devices for full biometric display
  • Live navigation prompts and segment tracking
  • Syncs with third party training apps
  • Weather-resistant body stands up to precipitation
  • Includes USB recharging cord and handlebar mount
  • Displays battery life for device and auxiliaries
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
yes, Bluetooth, ANT+
Battery Type
Lithium polymer
Battery Life
22 hours
Mount Type
USB cable, handlebar/stem mount
1.69 x 2.67 x 1.08 in
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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76 g

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Avg. ride time: 3h 30m per week
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Crazy value for money

    I was impressed by the spec of this but ultimately returned it because my eyesight needs a bigger screen.

    Works for me

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I was looking for a gps device that was inexpensive and had most of the options of the more expensive brands, and the Super GPS fit the bill. I had a couple of minor issues getting the device upgraded to the latest software but using their website with timely advice from Lezyne''s customer service they were quickly resolved. The device is real easy to set up, easy to shuffle thru the data pages while riding, easy to read on sunny days and easy to pair with my android phone to upload results to Strava. I have it paired with a Duotrap S sensor and it works perfectly. I ride quite a few mountainous routes so I love the gradient feature though it does appear to be delayed a bit but overall accurate. The accuracy on the elevation gain is debatable in that on group rides everyone has a different elevation gain for the same route regardless of the device.
    It's met all my expectations and requirements at a very reasonable price.

    Unanswered Question

    Will this support multiple bikes with different wheel sizes?

    Many features and great battery life

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This device has a ton of features; I really like the ability to receive txt while riding. There are enough problems with the device to make me not recommend. A few major problems are the ascent/descent data and unpairing with the phone and ant+ devices when stopped for an extended period. The ascent data are totally inaccurate which drives me crazy because I like to know how much I've climbed. The ascent/descent data have to be corrected via another program such as strava. This is fine for the record keeping but not fine when out on a ride and wanting to know how much you've climbed.

    I like being able to see txts while riding and having my wife use the tracking feature for both planning busy lives and for safety reasons. When the device unpairs from the phone both features are of course disabled.

    My friend has also had the same problems with his device as well as others such as not picking up the start of an entered route. It is enough that I have contacted the warranty department of lezyne. If they could fix these problems then that would be great but I am not all that hopeful and may end up going with a wahoo.

    Great computer!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This computer has more features than I will ever use. It is really nice having the option to change number of lines of data on each screen and even change number of pages. I made my main screen just speedometer and trip distance, which allows speed to be shown very large, which was exactly what I wanted. Battery life is great! Screen can be seen clearly on a sunny day.

    Thermometer doesn't seem to be too accurate on my first couple of times of using the computer. Re-setting the trip distance is a bit of a pain that requires going into the menu. Computer does not have auto shut-off so have to shut it off every time you use it. Despite these minor issues I would absolutely recommend it to anyone.

    Great computer

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Purchased the GPS based on the other Lezyne pumps and lights I have. I've been using this for the last month and it does everything you need and nothing you don't. It'll connect to my Polar HR strap, Stages PM and phone no problem. The battery life indicators for the connected devices on the home screen are really cool. The customizable data pages allow me to switch between bikes and have different display data. Super easy to connect to my phone to get text messages and phone calls. Apparently it does email too but I felt like I had to draw the line somewhere. The live Track feature gives some piece of mind to the lady friend. Also the mount is also super secure too. I've taken some tumbles on the CX bike and the Ripley and no worries. The menu takes a little getting used to coming from a 2009 Garmin 605 but still easy to figure out. Anyone looking for a fully capable GPS computer look no further...

    Hey Brad, how's the display in a sunny day?

    If I have a garmin or TACX heart monitor will it pair with a Lezyne Super GPS cyclometer. The Lezyne GPS is available but I am having trouble finding a dedicate HR monitor or a cadence sensor.

    Super GPS does both ANT+ and bluetooth; I don't see why it shouldn't.