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I use Abvio Cyclemeter , an iPhone app, to record every ride I take and I keep my iPhone in my back jersey pocket during the entire ride. There are products you can buy that allow you to mount an iPhone on your handlebars, but if you keep your iPhone display turned on during a five-hour ride your battery will run dry long before you get home.
Well, I ride all year-long, even when the temperatures drop to around zero. Since all the data about my ride is being recorded on my iPhone I just need the basic information displayed on a handlebar unit. Not only that, but I think Garmin products are seriously overpriced and their customer support is horrible. Their GPS units are not bad, but the software they use is an abomination.
These functions are all displayed or changed by touching one rather large button. The unit comes with one standard mount that will work with either a stem and handlebar set-up. The two most common complaints about this unit are that it lacks an average speed reading and it does not give the elapsed time. These complaints are valid, but then again, this is a basic unit—it was never intended to do everything! I think a total novice could install it in under 15 minutes because the instructions are very easy to follow.
True to its name, this unit is wireless. A small magnet is placed on your spokes and it communicates with a sensor you place on the front fork, and then the sensor relays the information to your Vectra Computer. This past winter I rode with this unit for over miles on my snow bike, and the Vectra held up well though all the mud, snow, ice and road salt I took it through. Share this:.
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