“The NeosTrack is a powerful little unit. It does all the important stuff well: facilitating uploads, route planning and presenting your data in detailed easy-to-read graphs.” 4/5, BikeRadar.
Designed in collaboration with Bryton, this powerful yet price savvy unit features a 2.6” screen, a massive 33 hour battery life, ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity, plus turn by turn breadcrumb navigation. The unit is impressively light for the size, coming in at just under 80g. Designed to meet a variety of training needs for cyclists, there’s an option to plan and perform workouts in the ‘Giant lab’. The ‘testing’ option allows you to record your max heart rate, lactate threshold heart rate, FTP and MAP (max aerobic power). The step by step instructions on screen make it easy to follow, with the results auto imported into your account to improve your training zones and ride feedback. All of your data is stored in the NeosTrack app via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi upload, available on Android or iTunes. From here, you can easily set up auto upload functions to popular training apps such as Strava or TrainingPeaks. From the NeosTrack app, you can plan routes and upload back to the head unit with ease. The Giant NeosTrack comes supplied with a charging Micro USB cable, out front mount, stem mount and band fittings in the box.
Navigation via GPX file upload or device ride history
Accompanying NeosTrack APP available to download from Google Play or iOS APP store
Connects to ANT+ or BLE devices
Large easy-to-read 2.6” LCD Anti-glare display
Enhanced battery life: Up to 33 hours on a single charge
Di2 compatibility via Bluetooth
Training Smart System: Provides a variety of power data (Current Power/IF/TSS/Pedal Balance) also with pre-loaded “FTP” test protocol and “To Plan” function, which allows tracking physical condition and customised workouts
File Compatibility: Ride data saved in “fit” file format for uploads to popular training software sites such as TrainingPeaks™, Strava™, etc.
In most cases, a GPS signal should be acquired within 1 minute of turning on your Neostrack in an open environment. In some cases, it may take up to 5 minutes to find your current position. For instance:
The first time using Neostrack
Starting your Neostrack after a long period of not using.
If the Neostrack has been relocated without using it (such as after traveling by plane or train).
The Neostrack memory is mostly full. This can delay the start up procedure. Please delete unneeded ride history from the Neostrack and retry.
If it takes longer than 5 minutes to acquire a GPS signal, turn the device off, make sure that you are in an open area, without tall buildings or trees around you, then, retry turning the device on to restart the GPS signal search procedure.
Make sure the daylight-saving time is in the correct setting. Go to menu (Setup>System>Time/Unit> Dlight Save) and adjust the daylight saving setting per your time zone. When your Neostrack acquires a GPS signal, the time should set automatically.
Press the bottom button for 3 seconds to turn off the Neostrack. If the Neostrack does not turn off, hold the bottom and right-side buttons for a few seconds to reset your Neostrack (*note: resetting the device will delete all activities stored on the Neostrack device).
Make sure you have the correct wheel size dimension entered in your Neostrack. An incorrect wheel size can result in false speed and distance data displayed when using a speed sensor or Speed/Cadence sensor.
The Neostrack altitude function based on barometric pressure. The pressure sensor is covered by a Gore-Tex membrane that is water resistant but is not waterproof. Under certain circumstances (significant humidity or temperature changes) it is normal for the screen to become temporarily foggy due to extreme humidity/temperature changes. This condition should self-correct if power charge cap is left open and Neostrack is left screen-down overnight. If the screen does not return to normal within 24 hours, please contact your local Giant Bicycles retailer for assistance.
Please make sure your cell phone operating system software version update to Android 5.0 or newer or iOS version 8.0 or newer. Turn on GPS location service on phone and make sure Bluetooth on both the Neostrack and cell phone are turned on. Please also note you must do Bluetooth pairing in the Neostrack App not the Bluetooth settings in your phone. In urban areas (such as high-density apartment buildings) there can be a large number of Bluetooth devices present, which can cause interference. Please turn the Bluetooth function on your cell phone off and then on again (or turn the cell phone off and on again). Then retry uploading via Bluetooth.
For security, each Neostrack computer can only be paired and synced with one Neostrack App account. You may encounter issues due to your device being paired with different accounts. Signing up separately using Facebook, STRAVA™ and email will create multiple user accounts. Please ensure information is stored in only one account to avoid confusion, use only this account to log-in to the Neostrack App and website.
Please make sure you press the recording button before your ride. If the problem persists, reset your Neostrack and re-sync it with your Neostrack App.
Please make sure you have stopped recording you activity correctly before attempting to upload or sync your ride data. Not doing so can result in incomplete data files, which may not upload correctly. Please see the Neostrack Quick-Start Guide or Detailed User Manual for correct recording start/stop procedures.
You must upload data to Neostrack App first then auto sync to STRAVA™ or TrainingPeaks™. If you have already attempted a data sync without having the account paired and wish to still upload your ride data to STRAVA™/TrainingPeaks™, you can do so manually by connecting the device to your PC or Mac and uploading the .fit files directly on the STRAVA™/TrainingPeaks™ websites.
Turn off the GPS function and set up the speed sensor as the main speed source. Go to Menu (Setup>Bike Data>(if you have more than one bike, select the bike in question)>Speed source>Priority 1>Speed/CAD)
A Shimano D-Fly Management System is required to pair Shimano Di2 with Neostrack. You need to purchase and install a Shimano D-fly module for Bluetooth data to be transmitted by the Shimano Di2 group-set.
Ensure you are using the correct bike profile and that there is no other bikes within 5 meters when pairing. Go to menu (Setup>Bike Data>(if you have more than one bike, select the bike in question)>Sensors>Power or Di2)
Neostrack can be set up with a maximum of seven bike profiles; each bike profile can pair more than one sensor individually, therefore make sure to set the correct sensors to the right bike profile. Sensors being used across multiple bike profiles will need to be paired again with each new bike profile.
Ensure the sensor battery has enough power. If not, please replace with a new battery (noting correct battery orientation). If the sensor is brand new, remember to remove the protective battery tab before use.
Go to menu (Setup>Bike Data>(if you have more than one bike, select the bike in question)> Sensors
The Neostrack App has three ways to create an account via Facebook, STRAVA™, or e-mail. Please sync to only one and remember which account you are using.
Please note, if you already paired your device UUID with Facebook, you have to use Facebook to login. If you use your STRAVA™ account to login, it will not recognize the account you created using Facebook.
If you use an E-mail account to login and you forget your password, select the link “Forget Password” to reset your password. You will receive an email with your account information; please remember your Email login details to access the password reset.
If you cannot remember which login method your Neostrack app account uses to login or that is already paired with your device UUID. Please send an email to Giant and provide your device UUID. We will investigate and remove the account link for your device. Then, you need to create a new account and begin the account/device pairing process again.
Compatibility with all GPX files from a third-party source cannot be guaranteed. The Neostrack only supports the Neostrack App and Neostrack website when planning a route. GPX routes from third-party websites may not display at all or may display errors, such as turn by turn function, street naming, etc.
The Neostrack map is based on Google Maps. In some countries, bicycle routes are not available or designated on Google Maps.
Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy throughout this website. However, Giant reserves the right to change bike specifications, features, prices and colours without prior notice.
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