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Every bike computer you'll ever use has some initial setup where you choose the units, set the time and enter either a wheel size or circumference. Cateye's take a circumference and there's a handy chart in both manuals to help you choose one, or you can measure it. Micro Wireless Velo 7
According to the Cateye CC-MC100W site, it supports "Tire size： 100mm～3999mm". The Velo 7 supports 100cm～299cm. 29 inch * 25.4mm/inch * 3.14 = 2313mm. So both computers will be fine. Note that "tire size" in this case means outside circumference rather than diameter. Sheldon Brown has an exhaustive discussion but the easy way to find out is a roll out ...
Garmin do not publish the firmware or provide support for community modifications, and actually seem to be killing off the one community feature they had allowed (the ability to use non Garmin maps) in some areas. My advice - buy another device for the other bike, or just accept that navigating through 5 menus isn't really that bad:-)
update After watching the installation video on the Sigma web-site, understood that the gap was too big between sensor and the magnet. So the sensor shouldn't parallel to the wheel, but pointing towards it - ...
I love my Edge 500 and just use the GPS, no sensors needed, I get speed and distance and a great map after uploading, just no cadence (I am aware that the speed/cadence sensor does give better speed/distance but I like the ease of using the device on all my bikes without having to buy and pair extra sensors). As far as GPS signal, I turn it on and set in a ...
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