Intuitive interface in a compact size combined with ANT+ Digital Speed and Cadence to eliminate wires and interference - Easy set-up programming for simple installation - Automatic functions create an extremely intuitive interface - Digitally coded signal eliminates interference or cross talk w/ other electronics - Wireless speed and cadence, maximum, average - Optional Heart Rate with ANT+ HR transmitter sold separately - Odometer, trip meter - Small in size, yet big digits for easy viewing
This cadence transmitter works with Sigma's STS equipped wireless bicycle computers.
Wahoo's ANT+ Speed/Cadence Sensor pairs with your iPhone to display your speed and cadence. • Requires an ANT+ receiver such as a Wahoo Key or Bike Case and iPhone for use (each sold separately) • Mounts on rear chain stay and uses spoke and crank magnets to track instantaneous bike speed and pedal rotations per minute • Water and shock proof: IPX7 Certified • Long-lasting, replaceable coin cell battery; no need for extra cables or recharging • Weight: 30 grams
Serfas' Level 3.3 Double Wireless Computer puts all your helpful and important ride information at your fingertips. Controlled by 2 easy-to-use buttons it provides cadence and 15 other key functions without wires, and it displays your data big and bold. Other great features include a low reflection LCD and the option to select from several languages. And, whether you choose handlebar or stem mounting, installation is a breeze.
$39.99 - $45.00
How fast? How far? What time? Cannondale's IQ200 computer has all the answers. This 11-function computer has all the best features, like current speed, average speed, maximum speed, odometer, and trip distances. It also has auto on/off, a trip and 12/24-hour clock, and even a calorie-consumption estimator for getting the most out of your workout. And, it's wireless!
Specialized's SpeedZone Sport Wireless provides all the data you need to quantify your rides in a neat, cordless package. Its easy-to-read, double-line display lets you quickly check speed, mileage and a whole host of other important functions. Plus, the SpeedZone's easy calibration makes setup a breeze and its interface is incredibly intuitive so you can spend more time pounding out the miles than trying to figure out how far you've ridden.
The Speedzone II gets right down to business—no frills, just the facts. Want to know how fast or far you’re going or how long it’s taken you to get there? This compact little unit will spell it out in large, easy-to-read digits. With a display unencumbered by extraneous info, you can see at a glance the basics of your ride. And to keep things simple, the unit also includes auto-wake and auto-timer, so you don’t even need to push the button when you stop or start your ride. - Designed for a super-fast and easy set-up. - Modern quarter-turn mount looks fast on every cockpit. - Speed and time of day fields are always on. - Scroll through distance, timer, average speed, and maximum speed. - Auto-wake and auto-timer: no need to push a button to start/stop the computer. - Odometer function included. - Average speed comparator and low-battery indicator. - Small in size, but it has large digits for easy viewing. - Updated tire library covers nearly all popular tires sizes. - Improved thread-on spoke magnet is stronger and easier to use.
Simply put, Garmin’s 920XT is like having a personal coach next to you for every workout. All the training tools this coach possesses fit into a sleek, lightweight sport watch that can be worn all day. Just push a button on the 920 to change the mode from swimming or cycling to running. Pull on your cap and goggles, and most importantly, grab your Garmin. It tells you when to push off the wall, and should you lose track of how many laps you've completed, it lets you know that your set is over. There are even alerts for calories, pace, and stroke rate. With the 920 on your wrist, you’ll quickly boost your swimming strength and efficiency. On the bike, this Garmin is compatible with sensors such as speed, cadence, and heart rate to provide advanced training information for your cycling workouts. Pair it with a power meter and you’ll have power metrics to dial in your efforts, an estimate of your VO2 max so you can see improvements in your fitness, and a comparison of yourself against other athletes in your age group for a little extra motivation. And while running, with its Virtual Partner, Virtual Racer, auto lap, auto pause, time/distance alerts, and interval training mode, you’re bound to have a focused run workout. When combined with Garmin’s HRM-Run monitor you’ll also be able to zero in on your running technique, view your estimated VO2 max, and look at race time predictions. You know that transitions in racing are important, but it is also crucial that you move seamlessly between training and your daily life. That’s why Garmin includes smart notifications that let you see your emails, texts, and other alerts when the 920 is paired with a smartphone. It automatically uploads to Garmin Connect so you can quickly see your stats and invite others to track your accomplishments live. Plus, it gives you a complete picture of your day by measuring your steps, sleep, and calories burned. Train smart so you can race hard!
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