|Specialized's new computer only goes up to 45mph?||Wagnerite|
Oct 15, 2001 7:16 PM
|I wonder what happends when you go down a steep descent and ge above 45mph.|
|re: Specialized's new computer only goes up to 45mph?||SkunkWorks|
Oct 15, 2001 9:05 PM
|This is what happens:
You hit a small rock, fly through the air and get to ride in an ambulance.
|Ah, but will the ambulance go faster than 45 MPH? :o) -NM||Tig|
Oct 16, 2001 9:16 AM
|re: Specialized's new computer only goes up to 45mph?||morey|
Oct 16, 2001 4:54 AM
|I average over 45 mph, this would not be the computer for me!|
|re: Specialized's new computer only goes up to 45mph?||Andy M-S|
Oct 16, 2001 12:05 PM
|Too bad--it looks cute, but I hit 50 often enough to want to see it! Perhaps it wraps and keeps going.
The Really Big News is that the top model in this new series has--ta da! Wireless Cadence!! No more wires all over the place when you want to catch your RPMs...
Oct 16, 2001 4:14 PM
|Why would anyone put Specialized stuff on their bike? Their stuff is mostly garbage farmed out to low bid third world operations with zero quality control. Wouldn't it be reasonable to think that if their products were any good they'd have some longevity. Honestly, there stuff is for the cafe crowd. Sure they sponsor some serious racers, but it's the get paid to use the stuff - otherwise they wouldn't. Wireless cadence - what will they think of next - given that you can already have that? I can't think of any Specialized products that I've used that haven't failed: tires, tubes, gloves, tire levers, pump.|
|Above 45mph look at the road not 'puter -then check max speed nm||Sprocket Rocket|
Oct 16, 2001 9:06 PM