We wouldn't call ourselves fitness nuts, but we've been known to enjoy the occasional double-digit ride on the weekends in addition to taking our bike out for local errands. So while we're not particularly interested in all the bells and whistles packed into the iBike Dash, the water-resistant mount (right), app and GPS guidance looks right up our alley.

In addition to keeping tabs on speed, time, trip and elevation info, the iBike can track heart-rate, power, wind speed and caloric output thanks to a separate sensor that works in conjuction with the standard bike-mounted unit. But $329 is mighty steep, so if you're like us, you could forgo the additional fitness kit and go with the standard setup for $199. More details from iBike and you can snag your own from the Apple Store.

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