US-based Stages Cycling has announced three new models as the next generation in its Dash GPS computer range: the higher-end Dash L50 and Dash M50, and the entry-level Dash L10.
The primary difference between the Dash M50 and the L50 is that the latter model will have a larger screen and longer battery life than its counterpart. Both will offer GPS mapping on full-colour displays, as well as a broad range of third-party apps, ANT+ and BTLE-enabled sensors, including smart trainers and electronic drivetrains. The cheaper Dash L50 will lack a full-colour display and will feature only basic tracking.
Stages Cycling entered the business in 2012 with its power-measuring meter, Stages Power. It expanded into the performance GPS market in 2016 – as well as other commercial and home fitness categories – to produce the first generation of the Dash GPS range.
The Dash L50 will retail at £275, the Dash M50 at £210, and the Dash L50 at £135 in the UK. All three models will be available in early autumn this year.