Sigma is aiming to widen the appeal of cycle computing with the new version of its Data Center evaluation software.
Compatible with its full cycle computer line, from the high-end all the way down to entry level models, the Data Center 2.0 is set to appeal to all cyclists and not just enthusiasts.
A docking station is available for linking Sigma’s cycle computers to the PC and Data Center, but not essential as the data can be entered manually. The Center, which was first previewed late last year, evaluates cycle trip data for training and interest purposes.
Sigma has also launched the Targa BC2209 cycle computer, a more robust high-end model it ideal for the mountain bike market. With the screen afforded extra protection through raised side areas, the Targa is supplied without a cadence transmitter to drive the cost of the device down, although the transmitter is optionally available.
A number of new lighting products have also been released by Sigma, including the Powerled EVO and Micro.