Sensors that make sense

Bontrager's family of 2.4 GHz, ANT+ digital wireless sensors makes it easy for you to get only the sensors that make sense for you.

Bontrager's family of 2.4 GHz, ANT+ digital wireless sensors makes it easy for you to get only the sensors that make sense for you.

The choice is yours.

Whether it's speed, cadence, or both, Bontrager's standard 2.4 GHz ANT+ sensors offer the flexible mounting and interoperability you need to get the most from your Node or other ANT+ compatible computer.

Whether it's speed, cadence, or both, Bontrager's standard 2.4 GHz ANT+ sensors offer the flexible mounting and interoperability you need to get the most from your Node or other ANT+ compatible computer.

Everything is one.

The DuoTrap combination speed and cadence sensor seamlessly integrates with select Trek road and triathlon bikes, fitting neatly inside the frame itself. Form and function couldn't be more harmonious.

The DuoTrap combination speed and cadence sensor seamlessly integrates with select Trek road and triathlon bikes, fitting neatly inside the frame itself. Form and function couldn't be more harmonious.

Say ‘goodbye’ to zip ties.

Designed to fit discreetly inside a special pocket in the fork of select Trek and Gary Fisher bikes, Bontrager's SpeedTrap sensor provides a clutter-free set-up that preserves your bike's aesthetics and aerodynamics.

Designed to fit discreetly inside a special pocket in the fork of select Trek and Gary Fisher bikes, Bontrager's SpeedTrap sensor provides a clutter-free set-up that preserves your bike's aesthetics and aerodynamics.

One sensor. Two measurements. Any bike.

Our Interchange Combo sensor measures speed and cadence, and attaches to any bike with a sleek, removable strap system.

Our Interchange Combo sensor measures speed and cadence, and attaches to any bike with a sleek, removable strap system.

Expand the possibilities

Bontrager's digital sensors operate using the ANT+ protocol, which means their signal is readable by a variety of 3rd party devices (including Garmin).

Expand the possibilities

Is my bike compatible?

The best way to tell if your bike can accept our integrated sensors is to look at the fork for SpeedTrap compatibility, and at the chainstay for DuoTrap compatibility. Standard speed and cadence sensors are compatible with most bike frames. Please consult your local retailer if you have questions regarding compatibility.