Types of Cycling Computers
Magnetic: This consists of a magnet attached to a wheel spoke, which rotates past a sensor attached to the front fork. For a cadence sensor, the magnet is attached to a crank arm and the sensor is attached to a rear stay.
- Pros: Cheaper, longer battery life. No need to recharge regularly.
- Con: No GPS functionality.
GPS: This uses a satellite receiver to convert GPS signals into ride data.
- Pros: More data options, which can be transfered to a computer; customizable screens. Can be easily swapped between bikes.
- Cons: Higher cost, heavier, needs regular recharging.
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