Cycling watches are specifically designed for cyclists, and often come with features such as GPS tracking, heart rate monitoring, and speed tracking. Some cycling watches may also have cycling-specific features like cadence tracking, power output measurement, and the ability to connect with other cycling sensors such as a power meter or cadence sensor.
Cycling watches can be worn on the wrist like a regular watch, or mounted on the handlebars of a bike using a special mount. They are typically durable and resistant to water, dust, and other outdoor elements. Some cycling watches may also come with navigation features, allowing cyclists to plan and follow routes.
Popular cycling watch brands include Garmin, Polar, and Suunto, among others.