Mountain Biking - Cyclco computers
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07-03-06, 11:31 PM
Anyone over here has those?
07-04-06, 01:11 AM
Cyclco...is that the brand name?
07-04-06, 01:19 AM
I think he means Cyclocomputers.
I used to have one but to me it was just another cable that I didn't use outside of determining top speed.
Then again, that was a while ago and I might have some use for it now...
Something to look into.
07-04-06, 02:04 AM
My cycle computer is one of the best investments to my moutain bike. I do a lot of trail exploring and marking and distance helps a lot, the wireless system dosn't get caught in twigs. I use the constant speed as a very good guide when climbing hills. Including a clock and a timer its a handy thing to have, and they are cheap to get. Average speed is the only thing i dont use because its just a stupid principle when i'm constantly stopping / starting etc, climbing and decencding.
07-04-06, 05:39 AM
I do. I have the Cateye Enduro 8 (http://www.cateye.com/en/productImages/big/1085982402CC_ED300.jpg). It does have a wire but this one is built tougher than your normal bike computers as it's meant more for mountain biking. Has a tougher wire. Allows you to keep two tire diameters. That's perfect for me since I switch between slicks and mountain bike tires
I remember getting it on Ebay for pretty cheap. Looking now I found a bunch for just about $15 USD with BuyItNow.
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