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Yesterday the mail lady brought me my Garmin GSC10 cadence sensor and quick release kit, completely free, from amazon.com via swagbucks. (read this post if you missed it to see how. I’m a broke mama, I have to feed my endurance addiction the cheapest way possible!) I was GIDDY. To say making the transition from just runner to triathlete has made me a gear-junkie would be a serious understatement. Especially when it comes to bikes. I swear bicycles have as many optional components as do the cars in “The Fast and the Furious” movies.
“Step 1. Place the GSC 10 on the rear chain stay (on the side opposite of the drive train).”
So there you have it, part one of my Garmin GSC10 cadence sensor review. I’ve seen a lot of people in the blog world ask recently about bike computers, so I thought I’d share! Retail price of the GSC 10 is $36.99-$50 depending where you get it (or free if you go the swagbucks route!). Really not too bad for a bike computer, if you already have a Garmin.
I’ll update later to let you know if it does anything weird, like tell me I was easily cruising at 32 mph indoors again, heh heh.
Happy running (and indoor cycling) my friends!
p.s. THANK YOU to everyone who read yesterdays post and voted for me! I appreciate it guys! Keep your fingers crossed, (and please vote if you haven’t already!) this would be a dream come true to win!