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$6.99
Sigma Sport's Cadence Power Magnet is the correct replacement magnet for any Sigma Sport computer featuring cadence (computers sold separately). It attaches to your crankarm with zip ties and double-sided tape (both included).
$9.99
Keep your computer where you can read it with Delta's stem bolt-mounted Computer Caddy. It provides a mounting point for awkward or crowded bars. - Mounts securely using the stem bolt - Adds a space to mount up to two devices - Weight limit of 125g (0.28 pounds) per side
$13.99
Wire harness and hardware to measure computer data based on the front wheel. - Fits most bars bars (25.0 to 31.8mm), 86cm wire, wheel magnet (fits up to 4mm bladed spokes) and zip ties - Compatible with: Protege 5.0, 8.0 and 9.0
$13.99
Wire harness and hardware to measure computer data based on the rear wheel - Contains bracket with 130cm wire, wheel magnet (fits up to 4mm bladed spokes) and zip ties - Bracket fits most bars (25.4 to 31.8mm) - Compatible with: Protegé 5.0, 8.0 and 9.0 - Ideal for rear wheel indoor bicycle trainers
$15.00
CatEye's Out Front Bracket frees up your handlebars and positions your favorite CatEye computer just in front of your stem for optimal viewing and accessibility.
$19.99
- Control Center computer mount for any 31.8mm handlebar - Dual clamps provide superior holding power, excellent for GPS units
$20.39
Origin-8's Data Station 8 is an affordable computer with all the basic, and some advanced functions to make every ride more fun. It has a large easy-to-read LCD screen and displays all your key ride data, like speed, average speed, speed comparison (to tell if you're traveling slower or faster than your average speed), trip distance, clock and riding time. There's even a handy scan mode that lets you set it to cycle through distance, maximum speed, average speed and time so you can track all four simultaneously. The Data Station runs on one LR43 battery (included) and features auto on/off for low power consumption.
$23.00
SRAM's QuickView Computer mount delivers an uncomplicated computer mount that‘s easy to install, lightweight, and above all, vibration and slip-free. At only 20 grams, with a single torx T25 bolt, flexible mounting clasp, and a 1/4-twist mount, it installs quickly, simply and securely on any 31.8mm handlebar. It works great with computers that use a 1/4-turn twist lock interface.
$23.00
SRAM's QuickView Computer mount delivers an uncomplicated computer mount that‘s easy to install, lightweight, and above all, vibration and slip-free. At only 20 grams, with a single torx T25 bolt, flexible mounting clasp, and a 1/4-twist mount, it installs quickly, simply and securely on any 31.8mm handlebar. SRAM's QuickView Computer Mount also features a center-offset design so the computer (sold separately) can be placed directly in front of the stem, or flip it to position the computer behind the bar for MTB or cyclocross use. It works great with computers that use a 1/4-turn twist lock interface.
$23.00
Zipp delivers an uncomplicated computer mount for aerobar extensions that’s easy to install, lightweight, and vibration and slip free. The 22.3mm industry standard mount installs simply and securely on aero extensions. The Zipp QuickView TT Computer Mount is aerodynamically shaped for left-side installation, but also can be installed on the right bar extension. It comes with a single Torx T25 bolt, flexible mounting clamp, and a quarter-twist mount.
$24.99
The Protege Series are great for training, touring, or keeping track of car-free miles. - Four-line, easy-to-read macromonitor LCD display provides up to five pieces of data at a glance - Heavy-duty, oversized wire harness and ultrasonically welded case ensure a durable, weatherproof unit - Mode changing is easy: push the computer forward in the spring loaded bracket- the computer is the button - Auto start/stop and LCD shut off - Fits 25.0-31.8mm handlebars - Weight: 57 grams with bracket and sensor - Case size: 40mm x 47mm - Height (w/ bracket): 27 mm
$24.99
- Contains universal handlebar/stem compatible bracket, sensor and magnet - Compatible with Protege 9.0 wireless computer - Will not convert standard Protege 9.0 to wireless
$24.99
Enjoy easy viewing on your Sigma Rox 10.0 GPS Unit with this out-front handlebar mount. *Note: Out Front Mount for SIGMA ROX 10.0 GPS ONLY. Will fit 31.8 mm diameter bars only.
$25.00
This Sensor works with the Strada Wireless RD300, Strada Wireless Universal CC-RD310W, Micro Wireless CC-MC200W, Urban Wireless CC-VT240W, and Urban Wireless + CC-VT245W.
$29.99
CatEye's Velo 7 displays your speed, distance, ride time and more on its easy-to-see screen. It's simple to operate and understand, features a large, bright display, and has one large button for changing modes. You'll also love CatEye's tool-free Flex-Tight mount for easy installation and removal.
$29.99
The Protege Series are great for training, touring, or keeping track of car-free miles. - Four-line, easy-to-read macromonitor LCD display provides up to five pieces of data at a glance - Heavy-duty, oversized wire harness and ultrasonically welded case ensure a durable, weatherproof unit - Mode changing is easy: push the computer forward in the spring loaded bracket- the computer is the button - Auto start/stop and LCD shut off - Fits 25.0-31.8mm handlebars - Weight: 57 grams with bracket and sensor - Case size: 40mm x 47mm - Height (w/ bracket): 27 mm
$29.99
On holiday or riding to work or school, the BC 8.0 WR is the advanced gateway to the world of Sigma bike computers. The compact, durable bike tour companion features the eight most important functions. In addition to current speed, the wireless BC 8.0 WR also displays average speed and total ride time. The large button makes it easy to toggle between clock, ride time, trip distance, and total distance. - On a weekend bike trip with the family or commuting to work, the BC 8.0 WR features the eight essential functions: trip distance, speed, total distance, trip time, clock, total trip time, average speed, and average speed comparison - A special feature of the BC 8.0 WR is its continuous comparison between current and average speeds, which is displayed with an arrow: If the arrow is pointing up, the cyclist is faster than their average, if it is pointing down, they are slower, and at approximately average speed, no arrow is displayed - The computer's direct cable connection with the transmitter ensures smooth speed measurement and eliminates the need for batteries in wireless transmission - The wired reed sensor with its sleek, slim design is easy to mount on the bike - The BC 8.0 WR's 31 x 39 mm display is just the right size to give cyclists a perfect overview of their data, with large numbers making it easy to read, even during a ride - The BC 8.0 WR is water-resistant and weatherproof, so it can be used at any time - The integrated, replaceable button battery (CR 2032) is sufficient to supply the BC 8.0 WR with energy for well over two years - The BC 8.0 WR measures trip time and distance for even long bike trips, making it convenient to read the entire distance of a multi-day biking holiday
$29.99
Use this Sigma docking station to easily download ride data to your computer. The docking station is compatible with Sigma's Rox models 8.0, 9.0, 8.1, and 9.1.
$30.50
Giant's Axact 6 is a simple way to get the most out of your rides. It tracks six essential functions, including distance and speed on a large, easy-to-read display. The wired sensor and handlebar mount attach easily to your bike, and a simple low battery indicator lets you know when its time to open the easy coin-release cap to change it.
$31.95
The Velo 9 is CatEye’s entry level wired 9 function bike computer made simple with pre-programmed tire sizes.
$32.99
The compact but intuitive Sigma BC 10.0 WR has the ten most important functions for bike rides. In addition to values such as average speed and trip distance, outside temperature and top speed can be displayed. This makes the wired speedometer an all-rounder with all of the essential functions. - Whether you are commuting to the office, enjoying a weekend ride in the country, or speeding along with a road bike, the BC 10.0 WR has all essential data at your fingertips: trip distance, speed, total distance, trip time, clock, total trip time, average speed, average speed comparison, maximum speed, and current temperature - The computer's direct cable connection with the transmitter ensures smooth speed measurement and eliminates the need for batteries in wireless transmission - The wired reed sensor with its sleek, slim design is easy to mount on the bike - The bike computer functions are shown clearly on a large display screen (31 x 39 mm) with large numbers are very easy to read during a ride - It has a slim, simple design, making it as elegant on a mountain bike as on a city bike - The BC 10.0 WR is water-resistant and weatherproof, so it can be used at any time - The integrated, replaceable button battery (CR 2032) is sufficient to supply the BC 10.0 WR with energy for well over two years - The BC 10.0 WR measures trip time and distance for even long bike rides, making it convenient to read the entire distance of a multi-day biking trips
$34.95
The CatEye Enduro features a large, easy to read screen combined with a heavy-duty wiring kit for extra durability. - Heavy-duty wired computer - Auto start/stop - Pace arrow - Simple tire size - Programmable odometer - Zip tie mount compatible with FlexTight universal bracket
$34.99
The Protege Series are great for training, touring, or keeping track of car-free miles. - Four-line, easy-to-read macromonitor LCD display provides up to five pieces of data at a glance - Heavy-duty, oversized wire harness and ultrasonically welded case ensure a durable, weatherproof unit - Mode changing is easy: push the computer forward in the spring loaded bracket- the computer is the button - Auto start/stop and LCD shut off - Fits 25.0-31.8mm handlebars - Weight: 57 grams with bracket and sensor - Case size: 40mm x 47mm - Height (w/ bracket): 27 mm
$35.59
Origin-8's Data Station 13W Wireless is a fine computer with all the basic, and some advanced functions to make every ride more fun, like a memory that lets you save a ride's stats to view them later. With no wires, this computer is easier to install and looks clean on your bike. It boasts a large easy-to-read LCD screen and displays all your key ride data, like speed, average speed, speed comparison (to tell if you're traveling slower or faster than your average speed), trip distance, clock and riding time. There's even a handy scan mode that lets you set it to cycle through distance, maximum speed, average speed and time so you can track all four simultaneously. The Data Station runs on one LR43 battery (included) and features auto on/off for low power consumption.
$39.99
MSW Miniac Wireless computers are designed to be installed quickly and give the essential information riders need to best enjoy their trip. - Ten functions: clock, current speed, average speed, current vs average speed comparison, maximum speed, trip time, trip distance, total odometer, auto scan, calories - Two-button design - CR2032 battery included
$39.99
The Sigma BC 12.0 WR bike computer keeps things sporty. It offers you twelve functions that give you an overview of your performance on two different bikes at all times. The wired bike computer also provides monthly performance statistics. It is a true Sigma Original with lots of sophisticated functions. - The wired (WR) version offers stable data transfer with the speedometer’s direct cable connection with the transmitter - The BC 12.0 WR has an integrated thermometer, showing you precisely what the temperature currently is - If you ride different bikes, you can easily use the BC 12.0 WR on your second bike, too. After setting it up once, you can select the bike you are currently using on your bike computer. - Thanks to the pre-defined tire sizes, ranging all the way from a small child’s bike to a 29? bike, setting the tire size on the BC 12.0 WR is effortless - Monthly statistics: The wired bike computer displays your personal statistics for the last twelve months, including total distance and ride time. - The large backlit display is easy to read, even when it's dark - Multifunctional, but easy to use. The two lower buttons conveniently toggle among the individual functions, while the menu button takes you right to your settings and monthly statistics. - The BC 12.0 WR’s bracket can be quickly mounted on the handlebars or stem with two cable ties.
$40.00 - $50.00
Giant's Axact 9W is a great way to get the most out of your rides. This wireless computer keeps you bike clutter-free and tracks nine essential functions, including distance and speed, with its large, easy-to-read display. The Axact also features a low battery indicator so you know when its time to open the easy coin-release cap and replace the battery.
$44.95
The Cateye Velo Wireless Computer packs a punch with a programmable odometer and menu screen. It installs easily on almost any bike, including 27.5 and 29’ers. - Computer functions: Current/ average/ maximum speed, trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, clock, calorie consumption - Analog wireless computer - Pace arrow - Simple tire size - Auto start / stop - Programmable odometer - Menu screen to change setting - Includes zip tie bracket
$44.95
The Cateye Velo Wireless Stealth Computer packs a punch with a programmable odometer, menu screen, and inverted LCD display. Installs easily on almost any bike, including 27.5 and 29’ers. - Computer functions: Current/ average/ maximum speed, trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, clock, calorie consumption - Inverted LCD display - Analog wireless computer - Pace arrow - Simple tire size - Auto start / stop - Programmable odometer - Menu screen to change setting
$44.99
The wireless BC 5.0 WL is the low-cost gateway to the world of Sigma bike computers. For commuters, recreational riders, and even children, its five functions reliably deliver the most important data, such as speed and trip distance. It is intuitive, compact, and extremely easy to use. - The smallest Sigma bike computer displays speed, trip distance, total distance, ride time, and clock – the five most important basic functions that cyclists like to keep an eye on - The wireless (WL) encoded transmission Sigma has developed eliminates the need for cables – a wireless transmitter on the fork continuously measures and transmits bicycle speed without interference to the BC 5.0 WL's receiver - The BC 5.0 WL's 27 x 35 mm display has plenty of room to continuously display the current speed while keeping other important functions easily visible - The speedometer display is simple: four different icons make it easy to see which function has been selected for the bottom line - Setting and using the BC 5.0 WL is very easy – and requires just one button to toggle through the functions safely and easily, even during a ride - The BC 5.0 WL is water-resistant and weatherproof, so it can be used at any time - The integrated, replaceable button battery (CR 2032) is sufficient to supply the BC 5.0 WL with energy for well over two years - The BC 5.0 WL measures trip time and distance for long bike tours, making it convenient to read the entire distance of a multi-day cycling trip
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