The cadence magnet pedal insert is designed for tight installation situations. The principle is simple, yet space-saving: the power magnet attaches to any steel pedal spindle by magnetic force alone. From there, it triggers the cadence transmitter with each crank revolution.
Sigma Sport's Cadence Power Magnet is the correct replacement magnet for any Sigma Sport computer featuring cadence (computers sold separately). It attaches to your crankarm with zip ties and double-sided tape (both included).
Sigma's replacement spoke magnet fits standard spokes and works with Sigma speed sensors.
SRAM's QuickView Computer mount delivers an uncomplicated computer mount that‘s easy to install, lightweight, and above all, vibration and slip-free. At only 20 grams, with a single torx T25 bolt, flexible mounting clasp, and a 1/4-twist mount, it installs quickly, simply and securely on any 31.8mm handlebar. SRAM's QuickView Computer Mount also features a center-offset design so the computer (sold separately) can be placed directly in front of the stem, or flip it to position the computer behind the bar for MTB or cyclocross use. It works great with computers that use a 1/4-turn twist lock interface.
SRAM's QuickView Computer mount delivers an uncomplicated computer mount that‘s easy to install, lightweight, and above all, vibration and slip-free. At only 20 grams, with a single torx T25 bolt, flexible mounting clasp, and a 1/4-twist mount, it installs quickly, simply and securely on any 31.8mm handlebar. It works great with computers that use a 1/4-turn twist lock interface.
CatEye's Velo 7 displays your speed, distance, ride time and more on its easy-to-see screen. It's simple to operate and understand, features a large, bright display, and has one large button for changing modes. You'll also love CatEye's tool-free Flex-Tight mount for easy installation and removal.
CatEye's Velo 9 features a large easy-to-read display and one large button for changing modes, making this sleek, wired computer easy to use. On top of all the standard functions the Velo 9 also has a calorie counter to help you track your energy expenditure and a carbon offset calculator to monitor your good will towards the environment. You'll also love CatEye's tool-free Flex-Tight mount for easy installation and removal.
Use this Sigma docking station to easily download ride data to your computer. The docking station is compatible with Sigma's Rox models 8.0, 9.0, 8.1, and 9.1.
Specialized's SpeedZone Sport provides all the data you need to quantify your rides. 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.
Use this Sigma docking station to easily download ride data to your computer. The docking station is compatible with all Sigma computers that use CR2032 batteries, and the Sigma Rox 5 and 6 models.
Whether you're on the daily commuter or flying down dirt trails on a full suspension mountain bike, the heavy-duty wiring keeps CatEye's Enduro running like a champ. It comes packed with features such as speed, distance, calorie expenditure, and carbon offset, all on an easy-to-read large display. The simple press-on-the-computer function to change modes works great even when you're wearing gloves. You'll also love CatEye's no-tools universal mount that makes installation a breeze.
Get yourself a pair of essential accessories with the BC 5.12 / Micro II combo pack! The BC 5.12 computer is super easy to use, easy to read, and installs without tools. The Micro II front and rear lights are light and small, but pack a powerful punch and help you remain visible in traffic.
Sigma's BC 12.12 has bicycle commuters in mind. In addition to nine functions for everyday and long-term mile-tracking, the BC 12.12 converts your commuting miles into gallons of fuel saved per trip! Plus, if features a low battery indicator and a storage chip for data back up.
Sigma's BC 1609 is a powerful information collector in a diminutive package. Its customizable display provides a clear view of essential information during your ride. After you get home, the 1609 can be plugged in to your computer with the docking station (sold separately) to automatically analyze your ride data, helping you track your training. Also, the 1609 has a backup storage chip which remembers your data even if your battery dies!
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.
Sigma Sport's BC 8.12 ATS is a stellar wireless bike computer. It boasts 8 key functions; easy, one-button operation and a clean wireless setup. Plus, the quick, tool-free installation will have you logging miles in no time at all.
Sigma Sport's MySpeedy expands the bike computer market to include a diverse range of smart, bright, customizable, and cool speedometers. It marks the end of standardized design in the world of bike computers! The new models have a unique style, brightly colored brackets, and wireless transmission. This makes the MySpeedy the trendiest designed object on any handlebar. Functions/Features - Current speed - Current ride time - Distance traveled - Total distance traveled - Clearly legible dot matrix display - All values displayed in large format - Functions displayed as icons - Extremely user friendly with just one button - Attach to handlebars quickly and simply - Easy-to-attach wireless transmitter - Watertight
Sigma Sport's Pure 1 ATS wireless computer is a purist's bicycle computer. In one easy-to-read display, it answers the three most important cycling questions: How fast? How far? How long? And it does so in a very compact and attractive design. Bike Functions: - Current Speed - Trip Distance - Trip Time - Total Distance - Total Time Includes: - Pure 1 ATS Head Unit - Wireless Harness - ATS Wireless Transmitter - O-ring & Standard magnet (32 mm & 42 mm) - 4x cable ties - Installation/Users Manual
Specialized's SpeedZone Sport Wireless Cadence provides all the data you need to quantify your rides in a neat package. Speed is picked up through a wireless sensor that can be mounted on your fork, and cadence is recorded with a wired sensor near your cranks. 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.
Sigma's BC 8.12 is a stellar choice for a wireless bike computer. It boasts eight great features, an easy, one-button operation, and the simplicity of a wireless setup. Plus, the quick, tool-free installation will have you logging miles in no time at all.
Sigma's BC 8.12 ATS is wireless and easy so you can track your miles in no time at all. It boasts eight great, versatile functions, as well as a simple one-button operation. This wireless computer features Sigma's Analog Transmission System that delivers a coded one-channel signal from the fork to the head unit. And, the easy, tool-free installation will have you rolling in no time.
Between its large screen and easy wireless setup, CatEye's Padrone is great for those who want a simple, squint-free cycling computer. It's packed with essential features like speed, distance, and time, plus the auto start/stop means you'll always have an accurate ride time and distance for tracking your progress. Analog speed sensor included. Functions: - Current, Max, and Average Speed - Trip Distance - Elapsed Time - Odometer - Clock
Are you spinning or grinding? You'll guess no more when you ride with CatEye's Strada Cadence cyclo-computer. Its wired cadence and speed sensors let you know whether you need to grab another gear or back off and save your knees. You get distance, pace, ride time and all the other necessary functions as well.
The Padrone Plus features the largest cycling computer display available, making it easy to see in all cycling conditions. Now with a backlight for all your nighttime cycling adventures. Developed from CatEye customer feedback, the Padrone Plus features the largest cycling computer display available with a backlight on the market today. From the downhill mountain biker to the farsighted cyclists, the Padrone Plus is ideal for anyone who wants to enjoy a squint-free ride and a fast, simple set-up. The new Padrone Plus CC-PA110W stands apart from the rest of the Padrone series with it’s dual-mode backlight, which can be programmed to operate as a either a part-time or full-time LED backlight. In the part-time setting, the backlight is activated for 5 seconds when the mode button is pressed to enable data to be viewed at a glance when riding after dark. When run in the full-time mode, the backlight is activated when motion is detected by the speed sensor and remains on until the rider comes to a stop, effectively working in conjunction with the rider to ensure that the display is always illuminated while the bicycle is in motion. What's Included: - Speed sensor, wheel magnet, FlexTight handlebar mount, zip ties, and 2 CR2032 batteries
Take control of your rides with CatEye's fully customizable Micro Wireless. This sleek, lightweight computer lets you choose which exact metrics you want to see while your riding, including speed, time, pace, distance, and more. A bright backlight makes low light riding possible, and the auto start/stop feature keeps your eyes on the road and your fingers off the computer when you come to stop lights. Wireless technology ensures your bike looks clean, simple, and clutter-free. All you have to do is mount the speed sensor, mount the computer, and go.
CatEye's Strada Slim is packed with essential features like speed, distance, and time, plus it's completely free of wires for a clean look. Both the computer and the speed fork sensor have sliver-thin profiles to increase aerodynamics and stay out of the way. You can customize the large display so you only see the metrics you want.
Keep your bike's front end clean and clutter-free with CatEye's Strada Wireless. Its large screen displays the essentials such as speed, distance, ride time, pace, and more. No wires means a simple, sleek look and easy, hassle-free installation and removal. Plus, this lightweight computer sits with a low-profile on your stem or handlebars and is easy to attach when you want to record your data.
Sigma Sport's STS/ROX Speed/Cadence Set includes everything needed to set up a second bike for your Sigma Sport computer. It's compatible with their ROX and STS models (computers sold separately).
CatEye's Strada Smart connects with your smartphone so you can view your ride data while your phone stays safely in your pocket with its battery life preserved. Simply download the CatEye Cycling App and the Strada Smart will display current/average/max speed, distance traveled, altitude, and more. CatEye's speed/cadence sensor and heart-rate monitor (both sold separately) track your efforts even closer. After a tough ride come back and upload your data to CatEye's Atlas, Training Peaks, or Strava to compare your workout to previous rides or your friends' times. And, if you choose to leave your phone at home, the Smart also works with Bluetooth sensors (sold separately).
Slip Topeak's PanoComputer into its handlebar mount, and all the data you could want is at your fingertips. Once the ride is over, you can quickly and easily transfer that data to your smartphone to share with friends. The single, large button scrolls through all the computers 17 functions, which are shown clearly on the 2.3-inch screen, and it can store info from two bikes so you can swap it. Don't worry about rain, because the PanoComputer is water resistant.
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