Garmin Edge 1030 Plus Cycling Computer

BH #GAEDGE1030P • MFR #010-02424-00
Garmin Edge 1030 Plus Cycling Computer
Key Features
  • Dynamic Performance Insights
  • TrainingPeaks Structured Workouts
  • Safety & Security Features
  • Garmin Cycle Map Navigation
Built for avid cyclists who are serious about training, the Garmin Edge 1030 Plus Cycling Computer comes loaded with features to enhance performance and safety while finding and sharing great new routes. The Edge 1030 comes with Garmin Cycle Map turn-by-turn navigation and is compatible with apps from the Garmin Connect IQ Store including TrainingPeaks, a workout plan for your ride; and ClimbPro, which tracks your progress on ascents. Mountain bikers will love the preloaded Trailforks app, with guidance on upcoming forks along with information on worldwide routes and trail conditions.
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Garmin 010-02424-00 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Structured Training
  • 3Safety & Security
  • 4Navigation
  • 5Mountain Biking
  • 6Grit and Flow
  • 7E-Bike Metrics
  • 8Customization
  • 9Training, Planning, and Analysis Features (May Require Compatible Sensors)
  • 10Cycling Features (May Require Compatible Sensors)

Built for avid cyclists who are serious about training, the Garmin Edge 1030 Plus Cycling Computer comes loaded with features to enhance performance and safety while finding and sharing great new routes. The Edge 1030 comes with Garmin Cycle Map turn-by-turn navigation and is compatible with apps from the Garmin Connect IQ Store including TrainingPeaks, a workout plan for your ride; and ClimbPro, which tracks your progress on ascents. Mountain bikers will love the preloaded Trailforks app, with guidance on upcoming forks along with information on worldwide routes and trail conditions.

Safety and security features include group messaging and tracking, compatibility with Garmin Varia rearview radar and lights, and even a bike alarm, when paired with your smartphone. If your bike features a SHIMANO STEPS e-bike system, the Edge 1030 has a special screen with metrics including assist level, gear position, battery life, and remaining range. You can further customize the device with apps from Connect IQ, such Strava and Komoot. The Edge 1030's rechargeable battery lasts up to 24 hours on a full charge. It carries an IPX7 water-resistance rating and will withstand splashes and rain.

Structured Training

Get indoor and outdoor training plans from the Garmin Connect app or sync seamlessly to your Edge from other apps including TrainingPeaks and TrainerRoad.

Safety & Security

Group messaging and tracking keeps you in touch with the pack, incident detection automatically alerts rescuers if you run into trouble, and the PIN-protected bike alarm will notify you on your smartphone if your bike is moved while you're inside getting water or making a pit stop. The Edge 1030 is compatible with Varia rear-view radar and lights.

Navigation

Garmin Cycle Map provides turn-by-turn directions, alerts you to upcoming turns, notes the routes most traveled by local cyclists, and guides you back to the route (or back to start) if you deviate or decide to head home early.

Mountain Biking

Featuring trails from around the world, the Trailforks app displays trail conditions, heat maps, upcoming forks in the trail, and your position within a trail network.

Grit and Flow

Grit rates the difficulty of a ride using GPS, elevation and other data. Flow measures how smoothly you descend a trail, so you have a score to beat next time.

E-Bike Metrics

If your bike is equipped with a supported SHIMANO STEPS eBike system, the Edge 530 gives you a dedicated eBike status screen, data fields, and support for system status and warning messages. In addition to Edge metrics such as time, distance, and speed, you can view your assist level, gear position, battery life, and remaining range during a ride.

Customization

Access free apps, widgets, and data fields from the Garmin Connect IQ Store.

Training, Planning, and Analysis Features (May Require Compatible Sensors)

  • Auto pause
  • Interval training
  • Advanced workouts
  • Downloadable training plans
  • Daily workout suggestions
  • Auto lap, VO2 max
  • Training effect, recovery advisor, virtual partner
  • Race an activity, segments, auto scroll
  • Physio Trueup shares training data among devices
  • Auto scroll

Cycling Features (May Require Compatible Sensors)

  • Courses
  • Time/distance alerts when goal reached
  • On-device course creator
  • Cycle Map (Routable cycling-specific street map)
  • Power Meter compatible

Garmin 010-02424-00 Specs

Display Size3.5" / 8.9 cm Diagonal
Display Resolution282 x 470 Pixels
GPSGPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Barometric Altimeter, Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor
MemoryWaypoints, Favorites, Locations: 200
Ride Data History200 Hours
Water ResistanceIPX7
BatteryRechargeable Lithium-Ion
Battery Life24 Hours
Water RatingIPX7
Dimensions2.3 x 4.5 x 0.8" / 5.8 x 11.4 x 1.9 cm
Weight4.4 oz / 124 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.045 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.5 x 5.5 x 2.3"

Garmin 010-02424-00 Reviews

I’m impressed

By Mike R.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-18

I am very impressed and happy with this device. It keeps tons of deer in front of me at all times, and is even better with a Garmin varia radar

Lots to Like

By Weatherman
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-10

I decided to upgrade to the 1030 Plus from the 830. I bought my first 830 in January. It worked great for the first five months then the elevation fields were inaccurate. Swapped for another 830 (still under warranty) and it, too, worked great for four months until the elevation gain, profile and grade statistics became inaccurate. So, took that one back and got the 1030 Plus. I have used it on a couple of rides and so far so good. Like the larger screen and it is very easy to customize data screens. I prefer the power button on the 830 vs. the 1030 Plus. Still learning all the navigation features. Very easy to synch up to my IPhone. Can't give it a 5-star rating just yet, since it's only been used on two rides.

B&H service is very good and satisfactory

By Loren
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-18

The purchase and shipping service was excellent, I would always buy again at B&H

i need other devices for cadence and watts?

By Davidjm89
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-17

I want to know if I need other devices to check my cadence and watts

Great computer with tons of features

By LeDouxRacingTeam
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-10

My use to date is somewhat limited as I am using this while riding on a non smart trainer so I haven't been able to test out its full capability. However, I do have a cadence sensor and speed sensor connected to it, which was super easy. I have become familiar with most features and they all seem fairly easy to use. I would recommend spending the first couple of hours playing around with the screens and info to not only customize it but to be able to easily navigate on the fly. If you already have one similar to this, disregard the previous comment. Lastly, battery life appears to be great! I currently ride 40-50 miles a day, again on a non smart trainer inside, and I charge it once a week.

nice bike computer

By Ralph
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-18

GPS works great

Cycling Computer With Terrible Maps

By Christian
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-11

A beautiful device but too complex with a fatal flaw. Having used an Edge 800 with a City Navigator base map, I was excited to get the 1030+ until I realized that its maps are based on OpenStreetMap which shows roads that are not rideable and does not distinguish unpaved roads. To make matters worse, Garmin does not let you download the excellent City Navigator maps. So if you want to re-route on your ride or plan a route in unknown areas, you may get stuck on bad and/or non-existent roads. Garmin's manuals are terrible and their support bad.

Worth the Extra Money

By Louis
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-11

Pros: - Large Display, Easy Reading - Routing, Re-routing - Long Battery Life - Tight Integration with Garmin Connect - Wireless syncing Cons: - Bigger, Bulkier might not be for you - Syncing is cumbersome sometimes a physical connection is necessary - Would like to see direct support for 3rd party map data Garmin makes small changes to their Edge products over time. Most do not add much functionality over what has been available for years. It is the User Interface which sees the majority of change with some benefits to processing and battery life too. In this context, I’d been using Garmin Edge 800 for years and saw no benefit to changing. That changed when I updated my bike to electronic shifting and dynamic power pedals (Vector 3). No support for gearing data in the Edge 800. I initially went to Edge 530 to save a few bucks but found the display hard to read and the buttons awkward to use. Added the Edge 1030 Plus and so glad I did. The significantly larger screen is so much easier to read and touch display much easier to operate when riding. Furthermore, Garmin software is optimized for the 1030 in my opinion. Everything just works more seamlessly. Now I use both 1030 Plus on the out front arm and keep the 530 on the stem. The two displays let you monitor the usual details (speed, cadence, heart rate, grade, etc.) while also monitoring pedal dynamics, climb pro, or map simultaneously. Glad I updated ...

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