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When I get out of the saddle, the powermeter will, within 5 to 7 seconds, give a zero wattage reading, zero cadence reading, and causes my Garmin 500 to "auto pause" (Garmin will do this when there's a powermeter attached to it and the power meter read zero cadence).
This didn't happen to me before ... Read More »
I did a search and didn't really come up with anything or it was dated.
Right now I use the 910xt which is great for it's intended purpose, which does include uploading courses. However, I want something with more navigation so I can create a route and upload it too the device. I'm thinking the ... Read More »
I need a new bike computer. Mainly I need MPH, distance and time.
I have never really measured cadence but it seems like a popular features on the better bike computers.
I have been riding for about a year and a half and have a good understanding of how to manage my pace. I spend plenty of time ... Read More »
I've noticed Garmin has release speed & cadence sensors that use accelerometers as opposed to magnets. I was wondering if anyone has tested these for accuracy?
Does the cadence sensor work in the same way that the PowerTap cadence sensor does? I've found the powertap sensor to be very inaccurate ... Read More »