Cadence sensor for Spin Bike

I am doing a few spin classes as part of a training regime. The bikes are straightforward spin bikes - mechanical and no electronics. I cannot guarantee getting the same bike every class.

I want to have some measure of effort and the only things I can measure are HR and cadence with them being picked up by my watch or my phone.

If I attach a cadence sensor to my PSD shoes will I record an accurate cadence?

Comments

  • pblakeney
    pblakeney Posts: 26,206
    edited January 2022
    I put my Wahoo cadence sensor on my shoe. Wear a HR, move the head unit to the bike being used and that's all you need. Same type pedals on all bikes.
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  • navrig2
    navrig2 Posts: 1,851
    Cheers PB.
  • First.Aspect
    First.Aspect Posts: 15,217
    Gamin do one as well that just straps around any crank. It is tiny.
  • navrig2
    navrig2 Posts: 1,851

    Gamin do one as well that just straps around any crank. It is tiny.

    I'd forget it and leave it attached!
  • First.Aspect
    First.Aspect Posts: 15,217
    navrig2 said:

    Gamin do one as well that just straps around any crank. It is tiny.

    I'd forget it and leave it attached!
    Fair point. I lost mine in my office desk for about 2 years...