Wahoo release a brand new incarnation of their Elemnt Roam GPS bike computer

The new Wahoo Elemnt Roam GPS computer
(Image credit: Wahoo)

Originally launched back in 2019, the Elemnt Roam built a reputation for easy to use mapping, straightforward operation and a decent battery life. The second generation version is launched today and features a host of new updates and up to the minute technologies.

The unit itself is virtually the same size as the original Roam, measuring 90 x 60 x 16mm, while the color LCD screen measures 60 x 40mm. Wahoo claim that at 17 hours, it has a very similar battery life as the original model too.

The Roam V2's standout new hardware features include dual band GPS for more accurate positioning on and off-road, a 64-color screen (the original had eight) and 32GB of memory which enables it to store larger and more detailed maps.

The new Wahoo Elemnt Roam GPS computer

The Summit Segments screen allows you to look at upcoming climbs before and while you ride (Image credit: Wahoo)

New software features include Summit Segments which enables you to study the climbs in advance on pre-loaded routes, Systm Outdoor Workouts aka training rides designed for outdoor use, and Public Route Sharing that allows you to quickly and easily share routes with other riders via the Elemnt smartphone app.

The Roam also syncs with other Wahoo hardware such as the Rival GPS watch, Kikr turbo trainers, heart rate monitors and a new Supersapiens biosensor that analyzes your glucose levels in real time to help optimize your fueling strategies.

The new Wahoo Elemnt Roam GPS computer

The new Roam packs a lot into a very compact package (Image credit: Wahoo)

Wahoo Elemnt Roam availability and pricing

The Elemnt Roam 2.0 is available from today and costs $399.99 / £349.99. We've got our hands on a test unit so will bring you a review very soon. For more information, head over to www.wahoofitness.com 

Richard Owen
Editor, Bike Perfect

Rich has been riding mountain bikes for over 30 years and mostly likes hitting flowy yet technical trails that point downhill. A jack of many trades, he has competed in cross-country, enduro and long distance MTB races. A resident of North Devon, Rich can mostly be found pedaling furiously around his local trails, or slightly further afield in the Quantocks, the Mendips or Exmoor. 

Current rides: Merida One-Forty 6000, Banshee Paradox

Height: 175cm

Weight: 68kg