Just wondering if anybody has any experience with using these mounts and ANT+ hr and cadence sensors? As a training aid, this looks like a cheaper option than a high end bike gps. I have looked at…Continue
"I have not had a puncture on my AM mtb either usi g stans rims and sealant, I went from using a ust tyre to a folding tyre with a reinforced sidewall, but have had some difficulty keeping pressure in it, no matter how many times I shake the rim,…"
"SRAM is good. I have no issue with any of the components they make, it's probably a 60/40 split for mtb groupos shimano/SRAM. Avid? Good brakes, truvative? Good components, rockshox? Excellent. With all that going on in mtb land, I don't…"
"Good point- going down shepherds hill road I rarely ride In the bike lane for several reasons: speed, I'm usually descending above 50 km per hour, and a bike lane with glass, manholes and patchy bitumen is not acceptable, also cara reversing…"
I recently discovered these after looking at both gopro and contour cameras. I also recently made a thread about iPhone mounts that enable you to utilise the camera function, there are a few options out there, but iPhone helmet…"
"Or some sort of planetary gearing arrangement at the cranks, similar to the freeride/am hammerschmidt cranks that truvative make. There was a belt drive drivetrain built on to a surly 29er frame at over the edge in Melrose, not sure if…"
"I am not sure how much postage is from them, but wiggle also stock them and their standard postage may well be cheaper. But yeah, it looks to be a pretty good product, easy to get the phone in and out, with space for an adaptor or charge plug.…"
"I think garmin make an Ant+ adaptor and an iPhone gps app, I'm not familiar with the software on the edge computers, but I would imagine it would be pretty similar, not sure if it can be uploaded to strava though"
"Thanks for the replies, it's looking like the biologic case is going to get the nod, their bike brain app is the best bike speed/gps I have found. Their mount comprises of a waterproof and shockproof case. The mount itself doesnt look…"
Just wondering if anybody has any experience with using these mounts and ANT+ hr and cadence sensors? As a training aid, this looks like a cheaper option than a high end bike gps. I have looked at the options out there and one that allows me to use the camera function ( again, money saved on a gopro or contour ) would be desirable too. If you have any idea about these mounts, I'm keen to hear from you
"Af is possible but unlikely. Worst case scenario may be a paroxysmal SVT precipitated by O2 or electrolyte imbalances, but there is no way of knowing for sure. I think we should stop scaring you and go with the most likely = higher hr secondary to…"
Giant TCR road bike and Pivot Firebird dually, repco traveller SS rolling on black mavic's
When do you ride?
Weekends, Commute, Racing, Mountain Biking, Other
..perhaps some more information about yourself for your profile page
I have been riding on and off since I was a child.
During my teens I was a bit of a DH grommett begging
Dad to provide shuttles to the top of mt Lofty. After
A knee recon, I began racing in the riveralnd and
really enjoyed crits. Now, I ride an all mountain bike,
As I feel safer weaving jumping skidding - and falling
off on singletrack than I do on the road surrounded by
My Dec-2011 submission to the National Transport Commission re review of ARR included need for Strict Liability Legislation. If negligent drivers fined, they and their friends would learn to look for cyclists. I have been injured thrice by negligent drivers who were not even fined. Collisions 2 and 3 were only 3 months apart, that shook my confidence and enjoyment of cycling for a year. Until I had a week long trip to The Grampians, camping rough and cycling hard on rough tracks. The effort was worth it, to be cycling away from dangerous and noisy vehicles. Could hear birds singing and came across other wildlife.
You can avoid some traffic by cycling routes like The Veloway (cycle only but some illegal pedestrians and motor bikes) or the River Torrens Linear Park (then watch out for pedestrians and dogs who do not know how to share the path). I do not like the linear due to no-shares, but will cycle in a group. AC member Matthew Marshall organises some rides of the linear. http://www.adelaidecyclists.com/profile/matthewmarshall?xg_source=profiles_memberList
Welcome to Adelaide Cyclists. You might be interested in joining AC group Commuters and, if you cycle in the city, Adelaide BUG. I know what you mean about riding with cars, and I am trying to improve that. I coordinate four AC groups with emphasis on improving cycling conditions: Adelaide BUG, Prospect BUG, Look For Cyclists and Vote For Cyclists. There is more info in the introduction on each group web page.