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Old 09-30-20, 09:12 PM
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GeezyRider 
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I've been using Planet Bike cyclometers for almost 20 years now. They have an easy to read screen and they are easy to program. Also, they sell extra wiring harnesses for $14 that come in long and tandem lengths which are handy for recumbents. I did try one of their wireless versions but didn't care for it much as it didn't seem to be as accurate as the wired versions. Also, the sensor must be within 21 inches of the computer pretty much limiting them to DFs.
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