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Record your ride, challenge yourself

There's nothing wrong with going for a casual ride. But if you want something more from your time in the saddle, you need a reliable bike computer. Garmin's Edge 200 GPS cycling computer records time, distance, speed, location and calories burned. And it holds up to 130 hours of data, so you can easily refer to previous rides. Or, with the Garmin Connect™ online service, you can download your rides and examine them on a map, plus share them with others through Garmin Connect or your social networking site.

Garmin Edge 200

Race against your previous efforts with the Virtual Partner feature.

The 200 does more than just record your rides. The Courses feature lets you race against your previous best efforts, with a digital cyclist that displays your speed compared to your previous ride, even showing you how far ahead or behind you are. For virtual competition, you can download rides from other Garmin Connect users and challenge their efforts.

Easy to use

It's easy to use the Edge 200. Simply attach the included mount to your bike's handlebars, then click the Edge 200 into the mount when you're ready to ride. Garmin's designed the Edge 200 to meet the needs of recreational riders who want a system that's simple and easy to use. But accuracy doesn't suffer — thanks to its high-sensitivity GPS receiver, you'll always have accurate data from your rides.

Product Highlights:

  • GPS cycling computer
  • USB cable, AC adapter, and mounts included
  • 1.2" x 1.4" monochrome display (128 x 160 pixels)
  • water resistant (IPX7 standard)
  • Garmin Connect compatible
  • Virtual Partner feature lets you race a digital partner
  • records 1000 history "laps"
  • AutoLap, AutoPause, AutoScroll functions
  • built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery allows up to 14 hours use
  • 1.9"W x 2.7"H x .8"D
  • weight 2.1 oz
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

Garmin Edge® 200 Reviews

Average Customer Review:

4 Reviews

Great purchase

Written by: Kevin from Indiana on September 6, 2015

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Like a lot of the other reviews...simply a great device for my needs. No frills and much less expensive. I'm not too "tech" when it comes to my riding and this fit perfectly. Only wish the actual time would be on the main screen or at least scroll on the bottom, but a relatively minor detail.



good product.

Written by: Garmin 200 from Puerto Rico on July 29, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Doing the job I was expecting.

Pros: simple to manage.

Cons: Found none.

Spot On

Written by: Mark R from San Jose, CA on March 10, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This is a great device. Does exactly what I need and nothing I don't. The price is fair and it just works, with minimal effort in learning how to operate. I was considering just using my smartphone with a riding application but I'm glad I sprung for the Edge 200. Much simpler - three buttons and your ride's begun - plus it's always available

Pros: simple, intuitive, quality build, compact, long battery life, fair price, easy synch

Cons: none that i know of

Cycling GPS

Written by: hotrod from Al on July 8, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Excellent bike GPS for my needs......accurate speed and distance readings and so far the battery life well exceeds the manuf ratings and my expectations.... would definately recommend

Pros: lite-weight long battery life

Cons: none yet

Hands-on research

What's in the box?

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  • GPS-enabled bike computer
  • Switching Power Supply (AC adapter) with Type A female USB connector
  • US power plug (2-pronged)
  • 20" USB cable (USB Type A male connector on one end and a mini-USB Version 2.0 connector on the other end)
  • 2 Bike mounts
  • 2 Rubber disks
  • 4 Large O-rings
  • 4 Small O-rings
  • Owner's Manual (English)
  • Owner's Manual (Spanish)
  • Owner's Manual (French)
  • Owner's Manual (Portuguese)
  • Important Safety and Product Information
  • Garmin Learning Center promo
  • Power Adapter Assembling Instruction
  • Notice regarding EPDM replacement bands

Product Research


Overview: The Garmin Edge 200 is a compact, GPS-enabled bicycle computer that tracks time, distance, speed, location, and calories burned. The Edge 200 is waterproof (IPX7 rated), and comes with two handlebar mounts so you can mount it on multiple bikes.

Display: The Edge 200 has a backlit monochrome LCD (1.2"W x 1.4"H), with a display resolution of 128 x 160 pixels.

GPS: The Edge 200 has a high-sensitivity GPS receiver with HotFix satellite prediction to calculate your position faster. When you turn on the unit outdoors, it finds satellites quickly, so you can start your ride quicker. The time of day and the date are automatically set by the GPS receiver. If training indoors, you can turn off the GPS receiver to save battery power.

Controls: The unit features four edge keys, each with multiple functions. In addition to Power, Start/Stop, Lap, and Scroll buttons, each button corresponds with an on-screen function or menu selection.

Waterproof: The Edge 200 is waterproof to IEC Standard 60529 IPX7. It can withstand immersion in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes. The casing is totally sealed, including the four side-mounted controls and the USB port has a water-resistant cover to prevent corrosion.

Auto Pause: The built-in timer will pause automatically when it detects you're not moving. The timer will restart when you resume your ride.

Auto Lap: The Auto Lap feature lets you automatically mark the lap at a specific position. This helps you compare your performance over different parts of a ride (i.e. a long climb or training sprints). You can also use Auto Lap to mark laps at a specific distance.

Data Storage: The Edge 200's built-in memory stores at least 130 hours of ride data. The unit not only has an odometer to keep track of your mileage, but includes data on your last ride, longest ride, fastest ride, and all rides.

Note: The unit does not include a basemap, nor does it have the ability to add maps.

User Profile: The Edge 200 allows you to enter data about yourself to create a User Profile. This data (gender, birth year, weight, and height) is used to calculate accurate ride data.

Garmin Connect: Free web-based Garmin Connect software lets you store your workout data for comprehensive analysis. Garmin Connect is used by cyclists worldwide, and presents your data in an easily understood manner, with maps, reports, and suggested activities. You can create fitness goals and send them to your device. As you complete activities toward your goals, they are tracked on both the device and on Garmin Connect.

Compatibility: The Edge 200 can be used as a USB mass storage device. It can be used with most recent Windows and Mac operating systems. It is not compatible with Windows 95, 98, Me, or NT. It is also not compatible with MAC OS 10.3 and earlier.

Courses: The Edge 200 can save your ride data as you train. From that saved data, you can use Garmin Connect software to create courses that you can follow in the future. Each time you follow the course, the unit will compare your time to previous rides, or to other riders, and let you set performance goals.

USB Port: A Mini-B USB port is provided on the back of the unit for charging and connecting to your computer. A water-resistant cap keeps moisture out. The Edge 200 is compatible with USB 2.0 Full Speed.

Power Requirements: The unit is powered by a built-in Lithium-Ion battery. It charges via the included USB cable when connected to your computer or the included AC adapter. A fully charged battery provides approximately 14 hours of battery life under normal use. Extremely cold temperatures and heavy GPS and backlight use will reduce battery life.

Mounting: The Edge 200 can be mounted to your bicycle's handlebars or stem. Two sizes of O-rings are included for best fit. Two complete mounts are included to allow you to use the unit on multiple bikes.

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