Monitor your pedaling cadence and/or speed as you ride with these easy-to-install wireless sensors. Simply attach the sensors and ride. With no magnets or other exposed parts to line up, these sensors are easy to install, maintain and move between bikes.
"These seem to be very good, much easier to fit the Candice sensor this time as it fits much better even on an indented rounded crank on the inside. Connected to my Garmin edge 800 no problem at all.
Speed sensor was another story. This is new, and uses accelerometer instead of the usual magnet, and you attach it to the wheel hub. Attachment was fine, however, I found the sensor would turn on once but would not connect to my edge 800. I resolved this as I removed the sensor from its rubber case, and removed the battery, only to find a small amount of grease on the battery. Cleaning the battery and the battery contact inside the sensor with rubbing alcohol resolved this issue but its definately something to be aware of. Took me a little searching around to find an answer."
"Great mount that works really well, holds steady with no slip thanks to allen key close design makes it nice and tight, if only you could flip to the other side somehow or garmin did a right side version it would be perfect. Regardless this puts your garmin in a much better position for easy viewing, it's a little expensive but worth it."
"Have to use this on my front wheel instead of the rear due to mudguards but works extremely well, it's stable and certainly keeps the bike upright even if knocked slightly. The opening button to unfold it is a bit fiddly but I won't be packing it up much so not a problem for me."
Sleek, aero shape wedge pack with positive locking QR buckle and high strength straps. Expands from 0.98 litres to 1.31 litres quickly and simply to provide plenty of storage for those ride essentials.
"A little smaller than I expected, not a bad thing as my seat isn't so high I was close to having fitting issues, I am able to fit a full multi-tool kit with puncture repair kit, spare batteries for lights and a spare inner tube and keys in this. A little more room would have been nice, but it is roomy for a medium bag. Quality seems decent, after several months of use I haven't noticed any problems, it can be a bit of a faf to remove and put on if you are doing it regular but not a big issue. Good decent sized bag for the price."
Pros: Durable, High Quality, Lightweight
Cons: Limited Color Choices
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Castelli Diluvio Winter Cycling Gloves
Light, weatherproof cycling gloves with a 3mm Neoprene construction and thermo welded seams to seal out the wind and rain. When your training plan pitches you against torrential rain and freezing cold, Diluvio (Flood) gloves keep you dry and in control.
"I have owned these for a good few months now and of regular use, they have developed a hole between the middle fingers which will only get larger due to them being stretchy. They do get soaked and let water in on heavy rain but this is expected from neoprene gloves, regardless your hands stay warm down to 5c, I did get cold fingertips any lower than that. The fingers are a tad long for my hands also.
Overall not too bad, they are easy to use, and grippy, but kinda pricey considering how fast they have started ripping."