Highlighting the New Varia Smart Cycling Radar and Lights
Our new Varia cycling products offer some unique features that can make your ride safer, any time of day. There are two main components to the Varia system, and we’ll briefly explain each of them here.
The Varia Rearview Radar is the world’s first cycling radar that detects approaching vehicles from behind up to 140 meters (153 yards). As the vehicle approaches, the Varia’s tail light brightens, and the approaching vehicle is depicted on the Varia head unit or a compatible Edge cycling computer.
The Varia Smart Bike Light is a forward-facing light designed to help create a safer ride in darker conditions. When paired with an Edge 520 or 1000 cycling computer, the Varia headlight beam automatically projects further ahead at faster speeds, and closer as a rider’s speed decreases. This lights the road where cyclists need it the most.
As light conditions change, the Varia Smart Bike Light automatically adjusts its brightness when paired with your compatible cycling computer. When paired with the Varia tail light, riders can signal upcoming turns.
When you have tried out your Varia system, let us know about it on our Garmin Fitness social media channels!
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