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The Bryton Rider 35T GPS cycling computer is for all levels of cyclists. You can record your ride and then share online with friends and others. To reach your full potential, the Rider 35T is the ideal companion and guide for performance cycling.
 
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EdfromNZ
fromPorirua
Country : New Zealand
Age : 55-64
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
"Extremely good value for money and easy to use, having the web site to upload your rides together with the detailed analyse of data. Value is great compared to other products."
Pros: Great Value, High Quality, easy to operate, reliable
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The Bryton Rider 35T GPS cycling computer is for all levels of cyclists. You can record your ride and then share online with friends and others. To reach your full potential, the Rider 35T is the ideal companion and guide for performance cycling.
 

Does the the Bryton come with a Cadence sensor?

It depends as to which one you purchase. You can buy the basic or the one with the cadence sensor ans HRM
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