Feb 19, 2003 7:17 PM
What are some nice/good bike computers that have cadence, are durable, and will not break the bank? I am looking for three (3) one for my road bike (plan to do a bit of cat five racing with it [this is the one that would need cadence]), one for my new MTB (plan to do a good deal of MTB racing with it [this is the one that should be durable]), and one for my old MTB (plan to do some touring with it). I seem to have bad luck with computers; I have managed to have three break on me. Anyone use a wireless one, any good?
|re: Bike Computers||Rich_Racer|
Feb 19, 2003 9:44 PM
|i think the cheapeat computer with cadence is the Cateye Astrale - and it's a really nice computer.
Feb 20, 2003 6:42 AM
|$40 from my LBS. Has wires, cadence, autostart, all the usual other stuff and is waterproof. Have never seen it on line.
|I love CatEye||makalu|
Feb 20, 2003 7:32 AM
|Enduro 2 for the mountain bike.
Astrale for the roadie ($29.99 and has cadence..wow)