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Old 04-19-22, 12:07 PM
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New user ... JLL IC400 Elite

Hi all
I've been spinning off and on in gyms over the years and I have bought this bike for home use.
Does anyone know if there is a way to connect it to an app of any kind via, perhaps, a cadence sensor or some other recommended method?
Also, I would like to add a table holder to it. Any recommendations?

Many Thanks
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You could add a speed sensor and cadence
But you will be missing the real reason for using a cycling app. The app controls the resistance of the flywheel. You have to be spinning that knob all the time.
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