|Which manufacturer makes cyclometer to use with rear wheels?||KirkLee|
Mar 12, 2002 7:40 AM
|I might have post this once already but I could not find it on the forum.
I am looking for a cyclocomputer to be placed on the rear wheeel of my bike, since the front wheel is stationary when I am on the trainer.
Thanks in advance...
|re: Which manufacturer makes cyclometer to use with rear wheels?||harry hall|
Mar 12, 2002 7:58 AM
|Try a Cateye Astrale. It has cadence also and is an excellent quality computer.|
|re: Which manufacturer makes cyclometer to use with rear wheels?||curlybike|
Mar 12, 2002 8:23 AM
|Cateye offers rear wheel mount kits for most of their computers. They ship ft. mounts with some of their units, but have the rears as an option.|
|Sigma makes a rear wheel kit for their computers as well.. (nm)||Jekyll|
Mar 12, 2002 9:21 AM
|re: Which manufacturer makes cyclometer to use with rear wheels?||StewK|
Mar 12, 2002 10:46 AM
|Vetta makes them also.|
Mar 12, 2002 11:40 AM
|Can be mounted in the rear. Ditto on the Astrale recommendation, and I've also wired Vetta and Specialized like that.
The wireless models require too close a proximity between the fork sensor and the computer, so I think they are all out.
Mar 12, 2002 5:48 PM
|If you have a bike with newish Campy stuff, and want the functions... I read that the cadence and speed sensors for the Campy Ergobrains are identical but for the wire length. You could simply use two cadence sensors (you can buy a second cadence sensor separately) and mount the speed magnet on the rear wheel.
This is definitely not the most economical solution.
|Avocet has a rear mount kit. (NM)||On the rivet|
Mar 13, 2002 2:28 AM