- PowerTap ANT+ Dual Speed Cadence Sensor
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PowerTap ANT+ Dual Speed Cadence Sensor
PowerTap ANT+ Dual Speed Cadence Sensor for use with wireless ANT+ PowerTap power meters.
About the PowerTap brand
Saris Cycling Group are manufacturers of the PowerTap cycling power meters and has its origins back in 1973 when the Graber brothers invented their first bike rack. In 1989, Chris and Sara Fortune purchased the bike rack company and grew it to what it is today. The Saris brand was born in 1992, and CycleOps joined the family in 1999. Two years later, PowerTap entered the fold. In 2004, Saris introduced the first PowerTap-equipped indoor cycle. CycleOps, PowerTap power meters leave the guesswork up to the competition. When you train with PowerTap, you're training with the power of precision.
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Will this work with My Bryton Rider 20, Even though I am using a Bryton HRM with it?
I will also give movement speed THROUGH the sensor now?
And not by gps
You didn't answer my question, is it this component, the heart rate belt or the head unit that makes the power calc?
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