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Stages Cycling
Dash L200 GPS Bike Computer

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Stages Dash L200 GPS Bike Computer

The Stages Dash L200 GPS Bike Computer is built for performance, adventure, and simplicity...with a bigger screen. This rider-first bike computer lets us fully customize our data screens in landscape and portrait mode so we can see exactly what we need to see and offers automatic sensor integration, so we're not struggling with setup instead of riding. Preloaded cycling-specific maps of the entire lower 48 states and full integration with our favorite 3rd party apps ensure we don't miss a turn on epic adventures or long training rides.


  • Highly customizable rider-focused GPS bike computer
  • 2.7in full-color display is easy to read in all conditions
  • Turn-by-turn directions allow for fuss-free exploration
  • Full integration with platforms like Trainer Road and Strava
  • Automatic screen building depending on connected sensors
  • Real-time analysis offers workout and race tracking
  • Improved buttons allow screen changes without removing gloves
  • Up to 18 hours of battery life keeps our adventures on track
  • Item #SGCA04B
Housing Material
hard plastic
ANT+, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
Operating System
iPhone, Android
Battery Type
USB lithium-ion [2300 mAh]
Battery Life
[reduced power mode enabled] 18+ hours, [max operation] 10 hours
Low Battery Indicator
audio, visual
Mount Type
standard quarter-turn mount
quarter turn mount, USB charging cable
3.7 x 2.4 x 0.87in
Face Size
Claimed Weight
3.7oz (105g)
Manufacturer Warranty
90 days
road cycling, gravel

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

December 22, 2023

Underappreciated greatness

I've put it through the wringer

I've had a lot of bike computers over the years and have gotten pretty picky. I think the L200 is one of the best computers our there right now but I should first qualify that statement. I ride 5x/week and always use a computer, but 99% of this use is for training and recording of metrics. I rarely use navigation features. Touchscreens on my phone, laptop, tablet, car: yes please. Bike computer: definitely no. Accompanying app for setup is a must. WiFi, bluetooth, Ant+ and onboard GPS are also must-haves. Standardized mounts, either wahoo or garmin quarter-turn style. Proprietary nonsense is for seatposts and bottom brackets. Ok, my pickiness out of the way. I'll just list out what I like about the L200: It does all the basic blocking and tackling that I think anyone expects from a good bike computer these days: records ride data with lots of sensor integrations, has comprehensive navigation capabilities, has hill-climb features, Strava segment and route integrations, good companion app, etc... Full color screen with well designed and flexible layout options. Very nice visible colors and the ability to swtich from light to dark theme (I find dark hard to see in daylight). Can go portrait or landscape. I didn't expect to care about this, but turns out I like landscape on the MTB. Portrait for road. Graphical data widgets are very well thought out. These widgets combine 3 or 4 different data fields so that with a quick glance you can get what you need for power-based and HR based training. Excellent for interval training and racing. Lots of settings to control. If you have very specific metrics you want/like to see, they're probably available. App is easy to use and you can get everything dialed in without needing to mess around on the computer itself. Auto-lap feature can be set to GPS based trigger, not just time or distance. Anyone ride/race laps on a circuit? Velodrome? Hill repeats? You will appreciate this. I still have a hard time understanding how a huge major player in this bike computer space does not have this feature. Shortcuts menu. This is great for those features you need to get to regularly while out on a ride (auto-lap change, PM zero offset, etc...). No more navigating a byzantine UI to change something on the fly that you access regularly. I only have a couple of gripes: Integration with Di2 is not (yet) functional. You can see a sensor pairing place-holder for it in the software but its not functional. Coming in the next couple months is what I hear? Buttons don't feel as snappy/clicky/tactile as I prefer. Lastly, Stages is very responsive if you have questions/issues. I got my one issue sorted within 2 hours: very fast effective communication. I think this computer is one of the best out there if you've got priorities similar to mine. I applaud Stages for putting together this hardware/software and I think if people didn't feel so shackled to competitor eco-systems they'd more readily abandon those inferior head units for this. Yeah, I said it: inferior. If you're fed up with mystery crashes, lost ride data, lack of features, boring UI, expensive, etc.... You really should give the Stages computer a try. I rolled the dice on it a while back and am very glad I did.

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