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The Bontrager RIDEtime Cycling Computer is a simple, user-friendly cycling computer that displays speed, distance and even calories burned. The Bontrager RIDEtime Cycling Computer gives you the ride metrics that matter most in a sleek, user-friendly package. A large, easy-to-read screen makes it simple to track your speed, time and distance and more!Bontrager RIDEtime Cycling Computer FeaturesIntuitive one-button control with hands-free scroll mode2? screen size with easy-to-read digital displayTrek-Certified Service reminders based on selected bicycle typesKey features include speed (current, avg., max.), distance (trip, total), time (clock, timer) and calories burnedSensor includes magnet guidelines...

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