Question about Cycling
You will have to use the manual that came with the unit. If you don't have the papers that came with it you can search the internet and use it.
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Posted on Mar 28, 2008
and contact Huffy. They can email you another manual
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
get a tape measure and measure the out side circunfrance of the wheel. This is you number. OR put a white dob of paint on the tyre and roll it in a strainght line until the dob of paint makes a 2nd mark, (on a path way etc) measure the distance. this will be the same as the first option. Generally its required in mm.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
Make sure your sensor and pick up are no more than 3mm from each other and the pick up is aligned with the middle of the sensor, there might be a mid-line marked on the sensor. I hope that helps
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
There's a size chart on page 15 of the manual that has great instructions for measuring and entering the wheel size.
You can get the manual from Sigma's website at this link.
Method "B" is the most accurate way -- make a chalk mark on the tire and stand the bike up next to a wall with the chalk mark at the bottom.
Have a friend make a chalk mark on the ground at that point.
WITH YOUR FULL WEIGHT ON THE BIKE, move forward for one rotation of the wheel -- until the chalk mark is on the bottom again. Do this as straight-line as you can.
Have your friend make another mark on the ground at this point, and measure the line between the two points on the ground.
This is the wheel circumference, and if you do this with normal tire inflation and with your full weight on the bike, it's the most accurate way to calibrate your cyclocomputer.
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Posted on May 22, 2010
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