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I wonder if anyone has experience with Cougars. You know, the four legged kind.I'd be more scared to run into the two-legged kind! Seriously, there was a mountain biker attacked and killed by a (four legged, furry) cougar in California in early 2004, and a 2nd was wounded. Sounded like the cat was actually stalking them before it attacked. But that was the only reported attack I could find.
This is not related to cog size but to the manufacturers driving choices. The basic bike computer really only needs to tell me what my total mileage and days mileage and time of day are. Not all the splits, cadences and heart rate etc. I found my Planet Bike computer going blank while on a rainy day ride the other day. I just want something rugged, reliable and simple. Any suggestions?Two words: Cat Eye. They are as rugged and reliable and anything ever made. Even on my rain bike, they never fail and battery life on one CR-2032, (available everywhere) is years and years. Find a Mity 8 or Enduro 8 wired Cat-Eye and never look back. Yes, they will tell you more than you think you need to know but you can easily ignore the excess info.