We love it when an old Lifehacker tip is given a new lease on life. A new wireless bike computer from ALDI can be used to create a bicycle cadence meter.Back in 2009, Lifehacker described how to make a cadence meter for your bike. Reader, Chris Jones, has found that a $17 wireless bicycle computer currently being sold at ALDI can be used with this tip. Thanks Chris!
Creating A Cheap Bicycle Cadence Meter
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