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Generally, you attach a bike computer or a power meter to a bicycle to collect statistics, and/or some sensors to yourself. A bike computer measures the revolutions per minute of a wheel, typically by attaching a magnet to a spoke of the wheel and using a detector attached to the frame which tells the computer every time the magnet passes the detector (so ...


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This thread contains all the information you would ever want to know about the Edge 520. The bottom of Post #67 says that this is indeed possible.


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New answer to an old question. Strava is the new thing on the block, and has been around since 2011. You get a client running on a smartphone and it does the tracking. Its also possible to synch from garmins and dedicated cycle computers with GPS, but that still needs USB. The website has a lot of social aspects, with leaderboards and best segments. ...



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