Garmin Speed/Cadence bike sensor is highly useful for checking ones pedalling pace when one rides the bike. This is a one of a kind self regulating, wireless pulse and speed sensor. This product calculates as well as gives accurate information in relation to ones pedalling strokes, for each minute. Speed bike sensor also offers valuable feedback, which will help one to improve ones performance, at a considerable rate. This bike sensor is an extremely effective product, which is highly recommended for all the bikers, who earnestly wants to his or her pedalling performance.
£34.56 (Free Delivery)*
- Speed and Cadence Sensor for the Forerunner 50, 305, 405 and Edge 305 & 705
Some customer reviews
“This is a great device that adds valuable information to my Edge 305, but beware when washing your bike. It can stand the light water spray from a wet road, but I’d suggest covering it with a small plastic bag whenever it’s likely to come in contact with more water. This is my second device and after reading lots of other reviews it seems like this is a common problem.” — Scott
“Product does exactly want I wanted, training for Triathlons and wanted to keep my cadence up when cycling. Didn’t want another gadget for my bike and this works well with my Garmin Forerunner 405 which is great.” — C. Facey
“I bought this item to enhance my training and to link to my Garmin Edge. Having read other reviews I am pleased to report that the unit does exactly what it is supposed to. Linking to the Edge was simple; when setting up the LEDs were clearly visible indoors (although I did ask my partner to tell me which was red and wich was green and I am colour blind!!).
Using the system outdoors is fine and I can log cadence which is a great benefit.
Indoors is a whole different experience now. I use a mag trainer (Cycle Ops) and with the cadence sensor plus the Edge I can monitor and record cadence and speed (due to the wheel sensor being on the rear wheel). The Edge senses the constant GPS location and offers the option of turning off the GPS (a clever feature). Add to this the heart rate and what more do you need for training purposes.
All in all, a great complement to the Egde and a super training aid.” — S. Grice