How many of you guys race with a computer on the bike. I was thinking about this the other day when I got my new computer. It is a Garmin 205. It has plenty of data logging to help my training, but I was wondering if it is really needed in a race. I mean in a race sure it is nice to know how fast you are going, but really all I need to know is who is in front, and in back, if they are closing, or if I am, and how hard I am working, and how much left I have in me. The computer tells me none of that. The nice thing is, the Garmin is easy on, easy off. I can easily take it off for races. Then I can save 88g without it. I am a weight weenie, yes I know. Besides that the bike would be slightly more aero. I strive for every advantage I can get so I am thinking the computer is dead weight, and aerodynamically inefficient. Anyone else ever ponder this, or anyone out there race computerless?