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    Good Enough ginger green's Avatar
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    Do I need 2 computers

    I have just joined the ranks of two bikes - do I buy a second bike computer - Or can I just get a second "thing" - the rest of the business that stays on the bike?

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    I know that Cateye sells bracket kits for their computers, but I don't know about other brands.

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    Just buy the second mounting thingy for your other bike. Most computers allow you to program at least two sets of wheel circumferences when using on two different bikes.
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    Dog is my co-pilot 2manybikes's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fixer
    the second mounting thingy

    This is the special BikeForums high tech name for "wiring harness".

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    Huachuca Rider webist's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2manybikes
    This is the special BikeForums high tech name for "wiring harness".
    I hope my LBS isn't on these forums. I asked to special order a "thingy" a couple weeks ago now .
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