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Old 21.05.2015, 22:04
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Spining: Can I substitute a cadence sensor with a stride sensor?

Reason I'm asking is that when I'm exercising on the gym's spinning bikes I can't really go through the whole hoopla of attaching and detaching a cadence unit (which involves placing 2 magnets, one on the pedal crank and one on the bike frame).
So I'm thinking that some kind of stride sensor could possibly do the trick. I don't need to measure distance, just cadence.

What do you say? Could it work? Any units / brands in particular that could work better than others?

Cheers

Paul
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