Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Gainesville/Tampa, FL
Bikes: Trek 1000, two mtbs and working on a fixie for commuting.
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Originally Posted by pap337
What do you mean by running the speed sensor on the seat stay, so it works with the trainer, sorry Im a newb at cycling computers? thanks in advance
With almost all trainers, your front wheel does not move so you have no clue if your riding like a grandma or hauling it like Lance if you sensor is on your fork and the magnet is on your front wheel.
If it is on your back wheel along with the magnet, though, you can know you speed, etc. when on a trainer. The seat stays are the pair of tubes, of the rear bike triangle, that point up from the middle of the rear wheel to your seat post clamp.
Plus I think he is saying that the wireless functions fine and the two signals from the Cadence and Speed sensors don't interfere with one another.
Last edited by z415; 08-25-08 at 05:41 AM.