cyclometer


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cyclometer

a device that records the number of revolutions made by a wheel and hence the distance travelled
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A cyclometer with a secondhand ($40-$50) is a cheaper way to monitor your pulse as you ride.
I hadn't ridden for nearly three weeks, was probably in the worse shape of my life, and it was clear I packed too much gear." After he traveled a mile and a half, Farmer realized his cyclometer wasn't working and he called his wife to come and get him.
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