I’m new to this forum and to the world of cycling. Only a month ago I bought a used road bike (LeMond Tourmalet) after several years of not riding a bike at all. And, basically, I’m hooked. I’m serious about training for life and longevity, and I decided this winter I’m going to train on a Wahoo Kickr Snap.
Still getting familiar with the ecosystem. The Snap is working great. I’m considering trying out SYSTM, and basically I want to keep my costs down and make sure I don’t end up with a bunch of subscriptions, equipment, and gizmos I won’t use for more than a few months.
I’m shopping for a HRM to replace my Fitbit Charge, and one that will pair with my trainer. I learned that the Tickr X also doubles as a cadence sensor. So my question:
If I get the Tickr X, will that be sufficient as a cadence sensor? Or is it worth getting both (or perhaps the Tickr non-X plus the Wahoo RPM cadence sensor)? Can anyone vouch for accuracy/consistency of cycling cadence data from the Tickr X?
While we’re here, is there any other gear I need to start Suf rides and tests like the Half Monty?