35 YEARS SIGMA SPORT

Passion for sport and technology

2017
iD.SERIES
With the new iD.SERIES it is offering, SIGMA SPORT feels that its task is to provide the appropriate watch for every type of sportsperson.
> Wearables
Activity Tracker Activo
2016
ROX GPS
The GPS bike computer ROX goes into the next round – and indeed in a double pack. Two new models succeed the ROX 10.0 GPS with the ROX GPS 7.0 and the ROX GPS 11.0.
> Bike Computers
Activity Tracker Activo
2015
ACTIVO
The first Activity Tracker from SIGMA SPORT is characterized by its narrow and two-tone bracelet.
> Sport Watches
2014
RC MOVE
SIGMA SPORT's first Bluetooth Low Energy heart rate monitor, featuring iphone compatibility.
> Sport Watches
2013
ROX 10.0 GPS
The first SIGMA SPORT bike computer with GPS. The family business from Neustadt has once again developed impressive new products.
> Bike Computer
2012
SPEEDSTER
A power-StVZO light with up to 230 lumen at 35 lux, practically equipped with a lithium ion battery and suitable for charging with a mini-USB cable.
> Lighting Systems
2008
DATA CENTER
DATA CENTER, SIGMA SPORT’s own analysis software, was launched in conjunction with the first ROX generation (8.0 and 9.0).
> DATA CENTER
2005 - 2006
Wireless and modern design
Corporate design relaunched and in 2006, the new DTS (digitally encoded), wireless transmission system comes into use in the form of the BC Topline.
> Bike Computer
2000
MTB Lighting
In addition to the road-going models, sportive lights for mountain bikers offered first time.
> Lighting Systems
1997
ELLIPSOID/DIODE
SIGMA SPORT now also develops battery-powered lights. The front and rear lights authorized for the German market are a huge success.
> Lighting Systems
1988
The Start of the BC
The foundation stone for the success story was laid in 1988. Developments in microelectronics allowed the production of a new generation of bike computers: An attractive model series with various features.
1986
Velostar
The successor model of the Cyclecoach offers additional functions such as cadence and heart rate monitoring – and with these, SIGMA SPORT’s breakthrough.
> Bike Computer
1982

In as early as 1982, SIGMA and the German electronics pioneer Klaus-Peter Schendel launched the first ever Bike Computer: the Cyclecoach.

In the 30 years since its establishment, SIGMA-ELEKTRO GmbH has continually grown. We develop new technologies, seize upon the latest trends, set design standards and respond to users’ changing needs.


> Bike Computer

The world’s first computers, such as the Z3 by Zuse or the American ENIAC, were huge and user-unfriendly. It took IBM another 30 years to produce the first portable computer; the Apple I followed just a year later.