Question about Cycling
Pressing the right button should cycle the bottom display thru the functions--the current time, ODO (the odometer, showing the total mileage you've put on the bike), DST (the trip odometer - the one you're talking about), MXS (the maximum speed you've traveled on the bike). AVS (your average speed since your last reset) and TM (the time you've spent moving since your last reset). Some computers will also show the current temperature, the number of calories you've burned and the grams of fat you've burned.
Press the right hand button until you get to the DST display. Then press and hold the left button for about three seconds. The display should reset to 0.000.
If this doesn't do it (the display changes to MXS or something), cycle the display around to DST again and try holding one of the other buttons for a couple seconds. Holding one of 'em down should zero out the display.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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