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Ridesense + Stages Power Meter

Old 01-27-14, 08:37 PM
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Ridesense + Stages Power Meter

My road bike currently has a Giant Ridesense speed and cadence sensor installed. I've ordered a Stages power meter, which includes a built in cadence sensor. Will the Ridesense (sans cadence sensor) play nice with the Stages power meter?

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did it work? What bike computer do u have. I have the Giant Neos pro. I believe it can also get power but I am not sure?
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Worked fine. Stages provides cadence info, but the Ridesense still provides speed and distance info on the trainer or when GPS is unavailable.

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