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    Cycle computers and leftys

    I'm adding another badboy to my collection, and fancy the solo lefty next or similar. What cycle computers are you guys using? The legs are pretty fat, I guess there must be fitting issues to think of. After a nice wireless one, thanks.
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    i use a cateye starada double wireless.

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    Blackburn nero 5 (or 4) works on whatever because the sensors are on the rear wheel were the should be
    Lead by my Lefty............... right down the trail, no brakes.

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    We can't use one of the other 47 threads?

    If not, I use a Garmin, no wires, no magnets, no sensors, you can put it on 34 bikes with different wheel sizes with no setup needed...

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    Understanding what a pain it is to find specific information on here sometimes, I'll let you know that C'dale makes an adapter so you can mount virtually any computer you want on a Lefty fork:

    I can barely get my mouth around it.

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    Its the solid lefty on the badboy and hooligans I was interested
    2013 jones spaceframe - miles 2,037
    2014 cannondale badboy 9 - miles 464
    2014 milage so far - 1,070
    www.ukfatbikes.co.uk

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    Get a computer with cadence, they often then have sensors designed to fit the chain stay.

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