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    Need cycle cumputer w/rear wheel mount

    I am training indoors on a 1-Up trainer, and since only the rear wheel spins, my cycle computer is useless. I tried moving the sensor to the rear wheel, but the distance was too great to get a signal to the unit. I have researched several cycle computors, and they all seem to have front wheel mount. Looking for a unit that can be rear mounted.

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    My CS600 works on the rear wheel. Perhaps other polar units would as well.

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    http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...Cyclocomputers

    15% off the sale price ends today. Code NEWYEAR

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    Thanks

    PJ352...Thanks for the info on the comp. W/B ordering today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLZibub
    PJ352...Thanks for the info on the comp. W/B ordering today.
    You're welcome. IME it's a geat puter - lasts forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ352
    http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...Cyclocomputers

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    Thats a nice one for the price. I have been wondering where to get one that goes to 185 MPH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A from Il
    Thats a nice one for the price. I have been wondering where to get one that goes to 185 MPH.
    What...You've never done 185 before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLZibub
    What...You've never done 185 before?
    I think s/he was implying that s/he had, but couldn't locate a cyclocomputer to record it!

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    Blackburn, lifetime guarantee, rear mount, heavy duty wiring, or get a wireless.

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    I've been very pleased with my Blackburn Neuro 6.0 which has cadence, speed and altimeter.

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    I've got a couple of computers, but the reason I didn't get that Cateye is because it only goes to 185 mph. Normally I can't go quite that fast, but that speed is easy to eclipse on the rollers.
    Don't believe everything you think.

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