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Old 07-26-06, 09:38 AM   #1
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Cannondale Lefty users...what do you do for a computer?

Ok so sure I don't really need a computer on this bike but I sure would like to know about how far I ride...I track my miles for all my bikes so...

So anyway I recently got a Cannondale Rush 800 with the Lefty and I'm not sure what I should do for a computer. I have an old wireless computer laying around but I am not sure I can even mount it and since I would have to mount the sender way down by the hub I am not sure the wireless is strong enough. I have a Garmin Edge 305 I use on my other bikes but since this is will be being used in an all mountain style I sure don't want to wreck hard and break my $300 computer, plus the GPS hasn't been all that great with a lot of tree cover so I would want to also run the CAD/Speed sensor and I am not sure where I would mount that either.

So for those with the Lefty...are you and if so where are you running a computer?

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Old 07-26-06, 10:47 PM   #2
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you can pull up the bottom of the shock boot and mount the wireless unit there. ive done that in the past. oh and you'll have to flip the wireless unit upside down, too.
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