Computers are great, aren't they? They are your access to all the baby animal videos your heart desires. I mean who doesn't love baby animals? Baby-animal-haters, that's who, and they must be stopped. Seriously though, I spend so much time on a computer I think I've got a little tan from the screen brightness.
A great thing about computers is that you can access the internet with them, and the best thing about the internet for people who are directionally-challenged like myself, are the maps. No more do I have to look at real paper maps for directions anymore, I just punch wherever I'm going into a GPS and I'm good to go. For you cyclists, Moosejaw carries special bike computers that not only measure your speed and distance, but also where the heck you are going. A bike GPS is a small device that mounts on your bike and gives you real estimates of where you are in the world. Basically, a bicycle GPS is handy for people who find themselves getting lost a lot; I even carry one around the mall with me.
But if you are like the survivor-person of the forest and are not worried about getting lost, Moosejaw carries more basic bicycle computers that just measure speed or distance. I one time used a cycling computer to measure how fast I was cycling after the ice cream truck; let's just say I clocked in at high speeds. And don't forget to get a bicycle computer mount for your bicycle, because it will make everything a whole lot easier.
So, if you're looking for a cycling computer to help measure your distance travelled, speed or GPS directions, check out all the different types of bicycle computers Moosejaw has. Also, be sure to know that a lot of our bike gps computers we carry include additional features such as heart rate monitoring or are water resistance. Whenever I go cycling, I'm sure to carry a bike computer with me because I got lost going straight without one once.