CatEye CC-VTW [Vectra Wireless] manuals and user guides for free. Read online or download in PDF without registration. CatEye product manuals for the entire line of CatEye cycle computers, headlights , safety lights and accessories online support at Cateye Vectra CC-VTW Owner’s Manual: Setting; Battery; Tire Size. Cateye wireless cyclometer owner’s manual. Show thumbs. Also See for Vectra CC-.

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Cyclerist Wirreless and weightlifting, mostly. I think a total novice could install it in under 15 minutes because the instructions are very easy to follow.

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Before I review this product I need to explain a few things first. This past winter I rode with this unit vcetra over miles on my snow bike, and the Vectra held up well though all the mud, snow, ice and road salt I took it through.

The unit comes with one standard mount that will work with either a stem and handlebar set-up. Not only that, but I think Garmin products are seriously overpriced and their customer support is horrible.

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True to its name, this unit is wireless. The Jordan Project Teach.

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Fatbike Brigade Exploring the world on fatbikes. You are commenting using your Facebook account. There are products you can buy that allow you to mount an iPhone on your handlebars, but if you keep your iPhone display turned on during a five-hour ride your battery will run dry long before you get home.


Well, I ride all year-long, even when the temperatures drop to around zero. It’s time for a paradigm shift in how presentations are performed. Notify me of new comments via email. Grow With Me, Child.

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Serendipities of life Taking the road less travelled. Em, Cateye has all of their manuals online at: The Chatter Blog Living: The Shameful Sheep shit storms, shame, and stories that make you cringe. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Since all the data about my ride is being recorded on my iPhone I just need the basic information displayed on a handlebar wireleds. Email required Address never made public.

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Bike Like Crazy whatever the weather. A small magnet is placed on your spokes and it communicates with a sensor you place on the front fork, and then the sensor relays the information to your Vectra Computer.

The two most common complaints about this unit are that it lacks an average speed reading and it does not give the elapsed time.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Steve Wolfgang’s view of the world from suburban Chicago — or wherever he may be on any given day. One presenter’s blog on how to present as if all your audience members had a brain. I use Abvio Cyclemeteran iPhone app, to record every ride I take and I keep my iPhone in my back jersey pocket during the entire ride.