Cadence monitor for rollers

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 Hillseeker 17 Oct 2018

I’ve purchased a basic set of rollers to use over the winter. I want to do cadence based workouts, just wondering if this setup would work:

Halfords cadence monitor(has Bluetooth connection) - attached to crank arm?

iPhone with Zwift app (or similar) to give real time cadence information.

My bike has also got an ANT+ sensor on one of the chainstays, would that be useful at all?

 

 Rigid Raider 17 Oct 2018
 ClimberEd 17 Oct 2018
In reply to Hillseeker:

I don't know about this ANT+ chainstay stuff in addition to what you purchase from halfords, but all you need is a cadence sensor and the appropriate software (on whatever device, phone, bike computer etc) to show you the number.

Conventional system has a widget attached to the crank arm and a widget attached to the chainstay. The chainstay widget actually collects and sends the data.

Unconventional system may work in other ways.

 

 

 Hillseeker 17 Oct 2018
In reply to Rigid Raider:

Thanks, will try them too.

 cragtyke 17 Oct 2018
In reply to Hillseeker:

Aldi have got some cadence monitors in at the moment £20, search for them to see details, 3 year warranty.

 chris fox 17 Oct 2018
In reply to Hillseeker:

I have a cateye computer i bought for my wife thats been used only couple of times, comes with HR monitor and cadence sensor. send me a PM if you are interested. can have it for £20 posted


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