Cyclists who want to equip themselves with ANT+ sensors usually either spend money on several devices at once or settle for relatively limited tracking. However, with the new Vis Vires from Factor Bikes, the situation is different.
This top-notch iron horse will come with a Garmin Edge 510 or 810 computer, thus providing the cyclist with information about speed and other attributes of cycling right from the start. More advanced models will be equipped with cranksets with built-in ANT+ devices that will monitor the force applied to pedal rotation. However, if you want to save money, you will have the opportunity to do so. The Vis Vires Ultegra Di2 base model and its companion Edge 510 will be available for sale in January for $7830. The Ultegra Di2 version with ANT+ cranksets will be released at the same time and will cost $10,441, while the lighter Dura-Ace Di2, equipped with the Edge 810, will be released in August, and anyone who wants to purchase it will have to shell out a decent $13051.