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question of aeiou_i : Setting bike computer ratio problem
I have a Cateye TOMO XC.Meine 26×1.90 tires and is quite worn. The given conditions are: 202cm for 26×1.75 and 26×1.95 205 for. I have adjusted my relation to 204cm. A distance that is allegedly 8.3 km, 8.0km on my bike computer. Who is right Best Answer:
Although many cycling computers measure in millimeters, is notorious for Cateye using centimeters instead. While this would be only a very small error in the course of normal driving, some people are picky. Eingeschlossen.Ihre me 204 corresponds to the estimated size of the tire, how far your bike is on each spin of the wheel travel. For computers to read in millimeters, your “204″ would actually be a “2040″ to be, and the actual measurement could not believe somewhere between 204.5cm to 203.5cm, but Cateye, it’s so much Unterschied.Der best way to set It is all bicycle computer ignore the wheel size chart they give you and run a roll-out “measurement. With the bike on a flat surface, line your valve stem or other small base with a mark on the ground. Roll your bike just exactly one revolution of the wheel the reference point and another brand (I like a thin Sharpie marker). Now measure the distance in centimeters and that is what sollte.Ihre read your bike computer 204 could spot-on, but the 205 might be more accurate.
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