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  • Page 1 User's Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Reset Data ......... 24 Accessories ........5 Sensors ........25 Status Icons ......... 5 Step 1: Charge your Rider 100 ... 6 Appendix ......26 Step 2: Turn On Rider 100 ... 6 ......26 Step 3: Initial Setup ..... 6 Battery Information ....
  • Page 3 Always consult your physician before you begin or modify any training program. Please read the details in Warranty and Safety Information guide in the package. Product Registration Help us better support you by completing your device registration using Bryton Update Tool. Go to http://corp.brytonsport.com/products/support for more information. Bryton Software Go to http://brytonsport.com to upload tracks and analyze your data on the web.
  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Getting Started This section will guide you on the basic preparations before you start using your Rider 100. Your Rider 100 PAGE ( BACK ( • Press and hold to turn the device o . • In Menu, press to move down to scroll •...
  • Page 5: Accessories

    Accessories The Rider 100 comes with the following accessories: • USB cable • Bike mount Optional items: • Heart rate belt • • Speed sensor • Cadence sensor • Speed/Cadence Dual sensor • Out-front Bike Mount Status Icons Icon Description Icon...
  • Page 6: Step 1: Charge Your Rider 100

    Step 1: Charge your Rider 100 Connect Rider 100 to a PC to charge the battery for at least 3 hours. Unplug the device when it is fully charged. • You may see a white screen when the battery is really low. Keep the device plugged for several minutes, it will automatically turn-on after battery is properly charged.
  • Page 7: Step 4: Acquire Satellite Signals

    Step 4: Acquire Satellite Signals Once the Rider 100 is turned on, it will automatically search for satellite signals. It may take 30 to 60 seconds to acquire signals. Please make sure you acquire the satellite signal for the The GPS signal icon ( •...
  • Page 8: Share Your Records

    Download Bryton Update Tool NOTE: Bryton Update Tool can notify you if a new software version or GPS data is available. The newer GPS data can speed up the GPS acquisition. We highly recommend you to check for updates every 1-2 weeks.
  • Page 9: View Exercise Records

    View Exercise Record Use View History to view or delete your exercise history. View History To view your history: History 1. In the main menu, press to select View View History > View and press 2. Press to select an exercise history Delete from the list and press to view your...
  • Page 10: History Flow

    History Flow trip = Trip Time 09/19 21:44 Lap 01 00:49 00:03:08 75.6 75.6 0.25 trip 00:02:25 81.4 ride 3.69 kcal kcal laps More 1/20 The arrow appears only Record#/Total records when there are more than 1 lap. The arrow appears only when there is lap in this record.
  • Page 11: Settings

    Settings With the Settings feature, you can customize display settings, sensor settings, system Settings Exercises General Sensors Profile 1. In the main screen, press to select Settings. 2. Press to enter the Settings menu. Smart Lap With Smart Lap by Location By Location 1.
  • Page 12: Display

    Lap by Distance 1. In the Settings menu, press to select By Distance Exercises> Smart Lap and press 2. Press to edit the setting. 3. Press to select your desired 10.0 distance and press 4. Press to exit this menu. Data Page You can set the data page setting for the Meter and Lap.
  • Page 13 5. Press the selection. 6. Press to select the desired setting and press 7. Press to exit this menu. OTE: selection. 2-grid display 3-grid display NOTE: If Data Page is setted as Auto display when detecting the paired sensors. Lap Display 1.
  • Page 14: Set Alert

    Set Alert With the Alert feature, the device displays a message to notify you if: • • you exceed or drop below a custom speed setting during your ride. • arm per minute (rpm). • you reach a certain amount of distance for the long workouts. •...
  • Page 15: Data Record

    Data Record With Data Record function, you can set your odometer to get your desired cumulative data. Set ODO ODO Setup 1. In the Settings menu, press to select Exercise > Data Record and press O DO Setup 2. Press to select ODO Setup and press to enter.
  • Page 16 You can change your personal information. User Profile 1. In the Settings menu, press to select Gender and press 2. Press to select the setting that you Male want to change and press to enter its Birthday submenu. • Gender: select your gender. 1982/01/01 •...
  • Page 17 Bike 1 1. In the Settings menu, press to select Trip 1 Bike > Overview and press 1033km 2. Press to select the desired bike and Trip 2 press 13kg 3. Press to view more data of the selected bike. Ride Time 4.
  • Page 18 Change System Settings sound, time/unit , on-screen display language. Back light 1. In the Settings menu, press to select General > and press Auto 2. Press to select the desired setting and press Never 3. Press to exit this menu. 1 min 2 min Key Tone...
  • Page 19: Change System Settings

    Sound Sound 1. In the Settings menu, press to select General > System > Sound and press 2. Press to select the desired setting and press 3. Press to exit this menu. Time/Unit Dlight Save Date Format Time Format +0:00 mmddyyyy 12hr +1:00...
  • Page 20: View Gps Status

    Language Language 1. In the Settings menu, press to select General > System > Language and press English 2. Press to select the desired setting and press Deutsch 3. Press to exit this menu. Français View GPS Status You can view the GPS signal information that your device is currently receiving. 1.
  • Page 21: View Software Version

    3. Press to exit this menu. Bluetooth Before pairing Rider 100 with your bluetooth enabled mobile phone, make sure the bluetooth function of your mobile phone and Rider 100 is turned on. Enable Bluetooth 1. In the Settings menu, press...
  • Page 22: Enable File Saving Mode

    Con gure Auto Scroll When the feature is enabled, the data will automatically switch pages at the preset time. Auto Scroll 1. In the Settings menu, press to select General > Auto Scroll and press Auto Scroll 2. Press to select the setting that you want to change and press to enter its Interval...
  • Page 23: Start Reminder

    Start Reminder When Rider 100 detects the motion of your bike, it would pop up a reminder to ask you if you would like to record or not. You can set the frequency of start reminder. 1. In the Settings menu, press...
  • Page 24: Reset Data

    Reset Data You can resotre your Rider 100 to factory setting. General 1. In the Settings menu, press to select General > Data Reset and press Perform 2. Press to adjust the desired setting factory Once reset ? and press...
  • Page 25: Sensors

    Sensors You can customize the respective sensor settings such as enable/disable the function or rescan the sensor for the device. Heart Rate Speed Cadence Status: active Status: active Status: active ID XXXXXXXXX ID XXXXXXXXX ID XXXXXXXXX Rescan Rescan Rescan Turn Off Turn Off Turn Off Heart Rate...
  • Page 26: Appendix

    Appendix Rider 100 Item Description Display 1.6" Physical Size 39.8 x 60.5 x 16.5 mm Weight Operating -10°C ~ 50°C Temperature Battery Charging 0°C ~ 40°C Temperature Battery Li polymer rechargeable battery Battery Life 25 hours with open sky 2.4GMHz receiver with embedded antenna to support ANT+...
  • Page 27: Battery Information

    Heart Rate Monitor Item Description Physical size 67~100 x 26 x 15 mm Weight 14 g (sensor) / 35g (strap) Water Resistance 20 m Transmission range Battery life 1 hour per day for 24 months Operating temperature C ~ 40 2.4GHz / Dynastream ANT+ Sport wireless Radio frequency/protocol communications protocol...
  • Page 28: Install Rider 100

    Install Rider 100 Mount Rider 100 to the Bike Appendix...
  • Page 29: Install The Speed/Cadence/Dual Sensor (Optional)

    Install the Speed/Cadence/Dual Sensor (Optional) Remove battery tab before use SPEED CADENCE SPEED Speed Status: active ID XXXXXXXXX Rescan Turn Off Speed Status: active ID XXXXXXXXX Rescan Turn Off CADENCE Cadence Status: active ID XXXXXXXXX Rescan Turn Off Cadence Status: active ID XXXXXXXXX Rescan Turn Off...
  • Page 30: Install Heart Rate Belt (Optional)

    • Adjust the sensor position to the middle part of the body (wear it slightly below the chest). The Bryton logo shown on the sensor should be facing upward. Tighten the elastic • If the sensor cannot be detected or the reading is abnormal, please warm up for about 5 minutes.
  • Page 31: Wheel Size And Circumference

    Wheel Size and Circumference The wheel size is marked on both sides of the tires. Wheel Size Wheel Size Appendix 31...
  • Page 32: Basic Care For Your Rider 100

    Basic Care For Your Rider 100 Taking good care of your device will reduce the risk of damage to your device. • Do not drop your device or subject it to severe shock. • Do not expose your device to extreme temperatures and excessive moisture.
  • Page 33: Data Fields

    Data Fields Data Field Complete Data Field Name Sunrise Sunrise Time Sunset Sunset Time RTime Ride Time AvgSpd Average Speed Max Spd Maximum Speed Heart Rate Avg HR Average Heart Rate Max HR Maximum Heart Rate MHR Zon Maximum Hea rt Rate Zone LTHR Zone Lactate Threshold Heart Rate Zone...
  • Page 34 Data Fields Complete Data Field Name LapMaP Lap Maximum Pace LAvCAD Lap Average Cadence LLAvCad Last Lap Average Cadence Odometer Temp. Temperature Distance Dist. T to Dest Time to Destination D to Dest Distance to Destination Max Alt. Maximum Altitude Alt.
  • Page 35 Data Fields Complete Data Field Name CPB-LR Current Left and Right Power Balance MPB-LR Maximum Left and Right Power Balance APB L-R Average Left and Right Power Balance CTE-LR MTE-LR Right ATE-LR Right CPS L-R Current Left and Right Pedal Smoothness APS L-R Average Left and Right Pedal Smoothness MPS-LR...