bike computer set-up

stb222

Love Drunk
Jerk Squad
since my garmin is still lost, I put the bike comp back on. Does it matter how close the sensor is to the axle of the wheel? I know velocity is faster towards the axle of the wheel, but the spoke still only passes the sensor once a revolution. I am thinking it doesn't matter, just wanted to confirm.
 

Norm

Mayor McCheese
Team MTBNJ Halter's
It doesn't matter. It's calculated using revolutions and wheel size and time, and a handful of flux capacitors.
 

Engignar

New Member
It does not matter, as long as the magnet on the wheel is close enough to the sensor to pick up the signal.
 

Engignar

New Member
or program in that your wheel is twice the circumference it really is. With that and the dual magnet set up you can average 35 mph every ride, easy.
 

MEAN IRISH GUY

Horse-faced space dog
i just put one on my bike this past weekend but havnt been able to try it out yet casue of the damn rain!!!!!:getsome:
 
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