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    computer
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  • a machine for performing calculations automatically
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    sigma
  • Mathematical sum
  • Standard deviation
  • Sigma in cosmology was a property of galaxies used when trying to work out the mystery of galaxies and their supermassive black holes.
  • the 18th letter of the Greek alphabet
  • The Ancient Roman furniture, sigma was a semi-circular couch sometimes used at banquets instead of the tricliniumThe Roman banquet: images of conviviality, Katherine Dunbabin, 2003, p. 166.
    bike
  • A bicycle or motorcycle
  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
  • bicycle: ride a bicycle
sigma bike computer - Sigma BC
Sigma BC 1609 STS Wireless Bicycle Speedometer
Sigma BC 1609 STS Wireless Bicycle Speedometer
The Sigma BC 1609 STS Wireless computer for dedicated cyclists. The cadence functions (optional, not included) provide valuable training data for efficient cycling both on the road and in the woods, and can be turned off completely when not in use. The count down timer is perfect for crits, cross, or racing against the clock. Handlebar or stem mount. Downloadable with optional docking station. Also gives current temperature.

There's no such thing as too much information when you're training for a big race. Enter the Sigma BC 1609 STS wireless bicycle computer, which includes everything from a speedometer to a countdown timer to an optional cadence measurement function--all compatible with online PC software. The BC 1609 STS, which is adjustable to fit two wheel sizes, displays your current speed, average speed, and maximum speed, so you'll have a good idea whether you're the tortoise or the hare on the bike trail. You can also compare your current and average speed on the same screen, or check the trip distance and total distance (the latter is only available after your ride). The computer even offers a programmable trip section counter, a roadbook that lets you create a back-and-forth itinerary.
The BC 1609 STS's timing functions include a countdown timer that's perfect for racing against the clock; a stopwatch that keeps you sharp on intervals; a display for elapsed and total riding time (the latter is only available after your ride); and a time-keeping clock. And serious cyclists can opt to use the cadence functions (current and average), which help you ride efficiently both on the road and in the woods. You can also turn off the cadence functions while riding.
The BC 1609 STS is versatile in other ways, too, with the ability to automatically recognize a second bike. That means you can gauge the total distance and ride time of either or both bikes, a handy option for couples or friends who train together. Other features include a temperature display, seven language settings, a backlight, a battery status display, and a backup function that preserves your settings and info even when the battery dies. Also available in a wired version, the PC-compatible BC 1609 STS mounts on your handlebar or stem for easy access.

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Dorked Out: Going Touring!
Dorked Out: Going Touring!
The Catalyst is about to fulfill its second prophecy: trekking. (The first prophecy was XC racing.) I've got all the accessories on there now, which are highlighted in notes for you to see and laugh about. We'll be towing trailers with camping supplies and knobby tires to enjoy some of the Sunshine Coast's beautiful singletrack.
Gary Fisher Marlin
Gary Fisher Marlin
optional: sks mud-guard cateye opticube light sigma computer (not shown - need to update) wrench force pump upgraded grips (stock aren't tight to bar), also not shown

sigma bike computer
sigma bike computer
Sigma BC 2209 STS Triple Wireless + Alt Bicycle Speedometer
The BC 2209 Triple Wireless + altitude speedometer is a multifunction device for altitude, speed, heart rate, cadence and temperature. Thanks to the included wrist strap, the device can also be used as a hiking computer.

Versatile and dynamic, the Sigma BC 2209 STS triple wireless bicycle/hiking computer cuts a fine figure on handlebars but also fits on your wrist for hikes and climbs. In its cycling configuration, the BC 2209 STS displays your current speed, average speed, and maximum speed, so you'll have a good idea whether you're the tortoise or the hare on the bike trail. You can also compare your current and average speed on the same screen, or check the trip distance and total distance (the latter is only available after your ride). The computer even offers a programmable trip section counter, a roadbook that lets you create a back-and-forth itinerary.
The BC 2209 STS's HR functions include ECG-precise measurements of your actual, average, and maximum heart rate, along with a zone alarm that tells you when you're exceeding or falling below your target heart rate. In the process, the computer keeps track of your calories burned thus far. The BC 2209 STS also includes a number of time-specific functions, including a countdown timer that's perfect for racing against the clock; a stopwatch that keeps you sharp on intervals; a display for elapsed and total riding time (the latter is only available after your ride); and a time-keeping clock. And serious cyclists can opt to use the cadence functions (current and average), which help you ride efficiently both on the road and in the woods. You can also turn off the cadence functions while riding.
The BC 2209 STS is more than just a cycling computer. The device, which comes with a wrist strap, measures your current altitude, ascending/descending altitude, and the day's maximum altitude, giving climbers and hikers plenty of essential training data (the computer also calculates your uphill altitude on a bike). Additional hiking functions include hiking time, target time, and a current temperature display.
Rounding out the BC 2209's versatility is its ability to automatically recognize a second bike. That means you can gauge the total distance and ride time of either or both bikes, a handy option for couples or friends who train together. Other features include seven language settings, a backlight, a battery status display, and a backup function that preserves your settings and info even when the battery dies. The PC-compatible BC 2209 STS is also available in a wired version.

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