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How to track ride data for a shared bicycle?

Linking the computer to the bike rather than the rider makes more practical sense: as you pointed out, it would also allow to have a full functionality of the sensors and lights. This computer is ...
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How to track ride data for a shared bicycle?

Here we divide the cyclists sharing the bicycle into one primary cyclist and (multiple) secondary cyclist(s). The answer becomes a lot simpler if you admit that one cyclist is more important than the ...
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How to track ride data for a shared bicycle?

A phone mount on the bars would be enough, subject to the users having suitable phones for the conditions. You could consider using a Quadlock, or some other mount that will take a variety of devices ...
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How to track ride data for a shared bicycle?

Each user has a smart watch or phone for recording rides. You can rely on GPS for speed/distance, or if one or two riders want better accuracy, attach Bluetooth/Ant+ sensors and one user connects to ...
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How to track ride data for a shared bicycle?

Stick a cheap wired cyclecomputer on each bike and leave it there. The odometer will record total mileage for that bike. Remember to re-set it when a service is done Each rider has their own strava ...
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How to track ride data for a shared bicycle?

One solution could be phones or smart watches. There are secure phone mounts - Quad Lock being perhaps the first one but now not the only one. You do have to get a case for your phone. But, from there,...
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