Bryton Sport, a leading developer of personal cycling computers, is sponsoring the Lindenwood University Cycling Team, which is ranked third in the U.S. for Division 1 Cycling. This premier partnership between bike industry, academia and grassroots racing will provide Rider 310 devices to 15 racers from the 49-person team in St. Charles, Missouri.
Lindenwood’s Cycling Team, founded in 2007 and shortly afterward became a varsity team, competes in the five Division 1 collegiate disciplines: Mountain Biking, Road Cycling, Cyclocross, Track Cycling and BMX, all of which the team consistently places top-five in the National Championships. The roster includes riders with accolades such as:
- Daniel Gray: Current National Champion for Track Team Pursuit
- Josie Talbot: World Champion in Juniors Team Pursuit for Australia National Team
- Ashley Weaver: Podium Finisher at 2015 Track Sprints National Championships
- John Holder: Category 1 racer from New York
- Javier Munoz: MTB XTerra racer from Spain
The team is lead by Head Coach Julie Carter, who has an extensive racing background, earning her title as the 1991 Junior National Championship Time Trial winner. Carter began her elite coaching in 2002 and was appointed the Lindenwood head coach in 2014.
“These students have devoted countless hours to training and have had their eyes on the podiums,” Carter said. They’re proud to be wearing the Lindenwood cycling jersey and are equally proud to further their discipline and dedication with a Bryton Sport device.”
Bryton Sport has donated 15 Rider 310 devices that have more than 70 functions and some stellar specs, including: a 36-hour battery life, 300-hour history log, it’s Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ performing rapid data syncing to your power, cadence, heart rate, calories, altimeter, temperature, distance and average speed sensors. And accuracy is unparalleled with the Rider 310’s default setting that tracks every one second and records with Auto Start/Stop.
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Bryton, founded in 2009, is leading the way for GPS Sport computers in Asia, Europe and now North America. Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, the company primarily serves cyclists, runners, triathletes and outdoor adventures through the use of cycling computers and advanced electronics.