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    Looking for something to use on my Bad Habit

    Hi gang- I am looking for a wireless (not GPS) computer to mount of my Cannondale Bad Habit. The 3" tires and lefty fork almost requires me to mount the system on the rear tire. Any suggestions? Or am I going to have to go the GPS route?

    Thank in advance-

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoManyHobbies View Post
    The 3" tires and lefty fork almost requires me to mount the system on the rear tire.
    Why? Plenty of people have used bike computers with bigger tires and lefty forks. Just gotta adjust the magnet and sensor, which is possible.

    That said, GPS computers are easier. The magnetless sensors are pretty incredible. I do not miss needing to adjust my sensors because they got bumped and no longer pick up the magnet. There's a cost of entry to a decent GPS computer, though.

    Based on this question, the Garmin Edge 130 ought to suit your needs well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoManyHobbies View Post
    Hi gang- I am looking for a wireless (not GPS) computer to mount of my Cannondale Bad Habit. The 3" tires and lefty fork almost requires me to mount the system on the rear tire. Any suggestions? Or am I going to have to go the GPS route?

    Thank in advance-
    I use a cateye wired computer on my lefty. I place a rare earth magnet on the rotor and itís much more stable than the standard cateye magnet on the spikes on my other bikes. I use the same setup on my Bucksaw.


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