- Cateye Strada Cadence Cycle Computer
Cateye Strada Cadence Cycle Computer
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The supremely compact 8 function Cateye Strada is now available with a valuable cadence function for those riders wanting to monitor their training more accurately.
Top Features of the Cateye Strada Cadence Cycle Computer
- Current speed
- Maximum speed
- Average speed
- Total distance (odometer)
- Trip distance
- Auto start/stop
- Trip time (elapsed time)
- 12/24 hour clock
- Pacer arrow (+/- av. speed)
- Dual tyre size
- Total distance (odometer) set
- Auto power saving mode
- Menu screen
- Data converter (MPH>KPH, KPH>MPH)
- Universal fitting
- Stem and handlebar mount
- Rear wheel fitting
- Speed display up to 185MPH
Perfect for use with turbo trainers, the Strada cadence includes a revised tool-free rear wheel mounting fitting kit and a tiny crank mounted cadence magnet.
About Cycle Computers
Cycle computers help you make the most of your time on the bike and are a great training tool, they have many functions including speed, distance, maximum speed, average speed and some even feature cadence (pedal revolutions). Trying to keep your average speed a bit higher or finish a familiar route in a new record time will give you the inspiration needed to push harder, get fitter and achieve that goal. If you commute on the same route every day, a computer injects a bit of interest. Cordless computers are easier to fit and look neater on the bike, meaning no messy cables to try and tidy up. If you're serious about improving your fitness, a computer with a cadence function will really help and these often read from the rear wheel, allowing them to be used with a turbo trainer.
About the Cateye brand
Cateye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, bike lights and reflectors. In 1964, Cateye became the first company to create a flashing lamp for bicycles. Cateye invented the first battery headlamp in 1982, and the very first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. Cat Eye is a true leader in lens and reflector technology; Cateye's Opticube lens and reflectors allow them to make one of the brightest and most efficient LED headlights in the world.
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That's what I did as I have a rear disc and the magnet is designed to screw onto a spoke.
I have installed mine on a Spinner and it works perfectly. Rear wheel trainer will be just as fine.
The instructions show that the sensor is supposed to be fitted to the rear wheel and I can confirm it works as I have set up like that on my bike.
Instructions can be found here: http://www.cateye.com/files/manual_dl/0/399/CC-RD200_ENG_v6.pdf
Lots included in the box but I ended up buying extra ones as I needed to make some adjustments.
Ideally you'd not put them on tight until you are totally happy where they need to go but until they are pretty tight the wires move around a lot.
A bag of extra ones meant I could put on a bunch and then adjust as I needed to so that everything sat where I wanted it.
When the ties are all in place it is really solid.
If you want to get it a bit closer my solution would be to cut some thin stips of old inner tube and stack them under the sensor. Provided you get enough tension in the cable ties it shouldn't move.
There are small up and down arrows next to the speed value which indications if you are exceeding or performing under your average speed for this trip.
Also, can I use this computer on both bicycles I have and what else do I have to buy to do this; Thank you.
What stops you is that as it is wired you would have to move all the sensors every time which after a while would be a pain. For the money you are as well buying 2 unless you can find a sensor only kit
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