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  • This sleek CatEye cycle computer delivers the essential functions of the Strada plus pedal cadence
  • ClickTec® interface lets you switch among eight modes by simply pressing the bottom of the computer face
  • Your selected mode displays at the bottom of the screen, while your current speed always appears at the top in huge, easy-to-read numerals
  • Pace arrow indicates if you are riding above or below your average speed
  • Features a slim design with universal, tool-free handlebar/stem bracket and speed sensor mounting
  • User-friendly interface includes auto start-stop and power-save modes and dual tire-size memory
  • Programmable odometer lets you program your mileage back into computer after a battery change

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Specs

Best Use Cycling
Current Speed Yes
Maximum Speed Yes
Average Speed Yes
Odometer Yes
Trip Distance Yes
Auto Start/Stop Yes
Clock Yes
Cadence Yes
Dual Bike Memory Yes
Altimeter No
Batteries CR 1620
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Like the rear wheel sensor... After researching different computers, I settled on the Cateye Strata Cadence because of the fact that it was wired (which to me is always a more reliable communications connection for any device), the ability to measure cadence, and the rear wheel sensor. The rear wheel sensor comes in really handy because the computer can still be used on when riding on the stationary trainer. The Strata Cadence has been very reliable and proven to be very accurate when compared with GPS apps like Strava or Map My Ride. I have put about 1200 miles on my computer and it is still very reliable. It's only week point is that it is very hard to read once the sun starts going down because there is no light or if there is very bright sun due to glare.
Date published: 2012-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid, simple...maybe even bulletproof? I bought this to replace a lost Cateye wireless computer. I wasn't paying enough attention when making the purchase to realize this model wasn't wireless and was a bit frustrated with myself upon realizing this. No matter - I went ahead and installed it as I thought the cadence sensor would be a nice addition (the lost wireless model didn't have a cadence feature). Anyway, it works great and seems accurate when comparing data to the phone app I also use. I like the simplicity of it: just press the unit, which essentially functions as one big button, to cycle though (pun intended) average speed, trip distance, cadence, total distance, max speed, time and a clock. All the while your speed is displayed in large numbers above the other data. Now, what prompted me to write this review was when removing wet clothes from the washing machine this morning. I saw the unit at the bottom of the washing machine AFTER a wash cycle (again with the puns!) and my heart sank. "You big dummy," I thought, "you just replaced one and are now going to have to buy another one." But as I retrieved it from the washing machine I was thrilled to see that not only did it seem unaffected from the 30 minutes spent underwater, but it actually still had the data from my ride the day before. I've never been concerned that a ride in the rain would damage it, but I was downright impressed that it survived an accidental trip through the laundry. Therefore, I would absolutely urge anyone looking for a simple, durable computer to consider a Cateye.
Date published: 2013-09-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Design equals Poor Performance I got this as a gift 6 months or >2000 miles ago. I am fastidious when it comes to maintaining my bike and its components. However, this does not compensate for poor design. Specifically, over time this computer becomes unreliable and inaccurate. This is because the new mounting system with a thinner platform seems to curve as as it ages and soon the contacts no longer consistently make a good connection. Consequently, it intermittently records your effort and on occasion just stops recording. In addition, it has other annoying design problems. For example, when I accidentally touch it while putting my bike on the rack to store it, I sometimes lose my ride data. It has a smaller face and is less easy to read. In the past, I have relied on Cateye computers. This cheaply made product has changed that strategy.
Date published: 2013-12-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cat Eye Strada Cadence stopped working. My cateye strada cadence bike computer stopped working after three months. Specifically, the speedometer stopped working and it reads 0 MPH no matter how fast I go. This means I don't get any data when I'm riding (elapsed time, trip distance, or total distance). Miraculously, the cadence sensor still works and so does the clock. I cleaned all the contacts, moved the speed sensor within 3 mm of the wheel magnet (as per the troubleshooting section) and even jiggled the wires. At this point, the owner's manual recommends says to replace the bracket sensor set, at $17[@]
Date published: 2009-12-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from love it The installation of the sensors took some time. This isn't the computer for someone not willing to jerry-rig things a bit (I scavenged the magnet from my previous computer). The instructions definitely could have been more specific, but in the end everything works right. Turns out, the cadence magnet doesn't need to be 3mm max from the sensor (which is good because there is no way to make that happen on my 1978 touring bike.) Setting up the computer itself was quick and easy and operation is intuitive.
Date published: 2010-08-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Short life expectancy This was a great computer for the first year I had it but going into its second season it lost connection to the speedometer/odometer sensor. I read a lot of forums on how to fix it but none of them worked. It's the ideal price range for a cadence computer but just didn't last.
Date published: 2014-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for the Money I really don't have a bunch of experience with this unit, but I have no experience with bicycle computers in general. I wanted to start out on the low $$ side so I went with the most popular, least cost unit. I have been nothing but impressed so far. I didn't have high expectations mainly because the last time I had a cycle computer it was horrible, inaccurate, and unreliable. This one compared to my motorcycle GPS was pretty much dead on with speed, I figure everything else is going to be just as accurate as most are calculated with speed and time. I haven't gotten to far into the functionality of the unit, but so far speed accuracy has been great, installation was very easy, and operation is mindless.
Date published: 2008-08-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good... This - like all Cateye computers - is high quality. It works well, and is trustworthy. However, having used both, I strongly recommend the Astrale 8 for a cadence computer. The single click on this model seems a little flimsy, and feels like it will break any moment. And if it does...completely useless! The Astrale is the same price, same features, just a different design. I think it has a smaller screen (my 3-year-old model did). But again, you can't go wrong with Cateye.
Date published: 2007-09-12
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Is the CATEYE STRADA CADENCE BIKE COMPUTER (751831) wireless? Thank You!

Asked by: Bud The Biker
No, this cyclometer is not wireless.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2015-09-20

Does the Cateye Strada Cadence include the crank sensor or do I buy that separately?

Asked by: kjorg
Yes, the Strada Cadence does come with the speed and cadence sensor.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-05-27

Can the MPH display be replaced with other functions. I don't need the MPH.

Asked by: nohair
The miles per hour field can not be adjusted or removed from the Strada Cadence display.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-07-22

How do i set it

Asked by: Lon69
We suggest visiting the Cateye website for the best instructions.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-05-03
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