30 YEARS SIGMA SPORT

Passion for sport and technology

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.