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Hi everyone

I replaced my pedals the other day and in the process had to remove my garmin cadence sensor, once removed it loses it stickiness and even when tied to the crank arm wobbled and on my first ride out I lost it.

Whilst looking for a sensor I found this its a really elegant solution and fits well .

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Bagpuss [99 posts] 4 years ago
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If you look on eBay you'll find a magnet that will sit on the inside of the pedal axel, usually a bit cheaper than that and even more elegant. I've been using one for more than 12 months now, it's so strong that getting it off when I replaced pedals was a right pain.

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Tjuice [243 posts] 4 years ago
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Yep, agree with Bagpuss. I have a small neodymium (rare earth magnet - very, very strong) on the back of my pedal axle. Works very well indeed and near enough invisible.

Neodymium magnets are really cheap and available online in all sorts of places (including the usual eBay and Amazon).

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Mr Will [91 posts] 4 years ago
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I'll echo the others, magnet on the pedal spindle. 12mmx2mm in case you are wondering.

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keef66 [75 posts] 4 years ago
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Unless you have Ti axles...

Not a problem I'm likely to encounter though

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Tjuice [243 posts] 4 years ago
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keef66 wrote:

Unless you have Ti axles...

Not a problem I'm likely to encounter though

In which case, a blob of glue, blu-tac or double sided tape will help  4