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Save money with these brand new January 2021 Bryton GPS Cycle Computer promotions for use on your next order from the website. All offers are live and working as far as we are aware. Please pay attention to the expiry dates and any other terms and conditions associated with an offer.At the time of writing there's an incredible saving available for anyone interested in viewing and logging their cycling cadence. You can now pick up the advanced Bryton Rider 40E cycle computer for only £110 with free delivery at Evans Cycles. This represents a bargain when you recognise that the Rider 35 is only £2 cheaper. This alone however will not display your cadence as there is no cadence sensor included in the box. For this, you need to purchase the Wahoo Fitness Premium Speed Cadence sensor from Amazon for just £32. Although Bryton offer their own speed/cadence sensor, it will only read one of these figures at once - you must flick a switch on the unit to read either speed or cadence. The Wahoo sensor however will read both and for roughly the same price - and there are no problems with compatability as the Bryton computers and the Wahoo sensor are all ANT+ compatable.
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