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    Cyclocomputer

    I am contaplating buying a cyclocomputer. I am wondering about getting one unit or two to satify Heart Rate Monitor, Speed and Cadance. I am wondering about Polar models and Cat Eye models. I know Cat Eye has a model that has all three wirelss. But Polar seems to be the standard for heart rate monitors.

    Any opinions are greatly apreated.

    Steven

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    Brands are highly subjective. 10 people would have ten choices, although Polar is probably the most popular. I would only suggest a serparate HRM just so that if you want to cross train you can take it with you (jogging, spinning, calisthenics).

    As for cyclocomputers, I'm drooling over the new Cateye and will probably be strapping one on my rig next season...
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