BikeE Computer Computer

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MSRP : $39.00

Product Description

Ten-function cyclometer comes with an extra, extra-long wire and heavy-duty wire to work with recumbent as well as conventional bikes. No modification needed for recumbents--eliminates the tiresome search for special wire harnesses and the trouble of splicing wires. Features current speed, average/max speed, dual odometer, programmable odometer, distance, riding time, clock, auto scan, and auto stop/start.

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