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Cadence Bike Sensor

Old 03-07-14, 10:20 PM
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Cadence Bike Sensor

Should i buy a Garmin GSC 10 Cadence Bike Sensor?
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Do you have a Garmin? Do you want to know your cadence?

It works exactly like its supposed to. It also acts as a speedometer, which does better at slow speed than GPS.
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