Before using the computer, please thoroughly read this manual and keep it for
Preparing the computer
km/h ↔ mph
Clear all data (initialization)
Press the AC button on the back.
Select the desired speed units
Select “” or “”.
Enter the tire circumference
Enter the tire circumference of your bicycle in
* Refer to the tire circumference reference table.
Set the clock
When MODE is pressed and held, “Displayed time”,
“Hour”, and “Minute” will appear, in this order.
Measure wheel circumference (L) of your bike
To get the most accurate calibration do a wheel roll
out. With the valve stem perpendicular to the
ground, mark the pavement at the valve stem. With
the riders weight on the bike, roll the wheel one tire
revolution in a straight line and mark the ground
when the valve stem is perpendicular to the ground
again. Measure the distance in millimeters. This is
the most accurate wheel calibration number.
: Speed unit
: Wheel size icon
Battery case cover
WARNING / CAUTION
• Do not concentrate on the computer while riding. Ride safely!
• Install the magnet, sensor, and bracket securely. Check these periodically.
• If a child swallows a battery, consult a doctor immediately.
• Avoid having the computer in direct sunlight for unnecessary or extended periods.
• Do not disassemble the computer.
• Do not drop the computer. Doing so may result in a computer malfunction or damage.
•When using the computer installed on the bracket, change the MODE by pressing on the three dots
below the screen. Pressing hard on other areas can result in malfunction or damage to the computer.
• Never place the computer on a metal surface. If you do, the contact points will conduct
electricity, discharging the battery.
• Tighten the dial on the Flex-Tight bracket by hand only. Over-tightening can damage the bracket
• When cleaning the computer, bracket and sensor, do not use thinners, benzene, or alcohol.
• Dispose of used batteries according to local regulations.
• LCD screen may be distorted when viewed through polarized sunglass lenses.
How to install the unit on your bicycle
Install the speed sensor and wheel magnet
Install the sensor and magnet :
* When installing cadence sensor 4, insert
the sensor rubber pad 7 if necessary.
The magnet should pass
through the sensor line.
The clearance between the sensor surface
and the magnet must not exceed 3 mm.
Sensor rubber pad
8Bracket rubber pad
9Nylon ties (x10)
*After installation, check that the speed sensor and cadence sensor are functioning properly.
In the case of the speed sensor, lift the rear wheel off the ground and spin the wheel to
check the speed is displayed.
In the case of the cadence sensor, press MODE to display C (cadence) on the mode screen.
Rotate the crank in the non driving direction and check cadence is displayed.
If the speed is not displayed, check that conditions
While supporting it
push it out as if lifting
the front up
Rear wheel spoke
Toward the sensor line
Install the cadence sensor and cadence magnet
Left crank (Inside)
Toward the sensor line
Round off the cut edge of the
bracket band to prevent injury.
Attach the bracket to the stem or handlebar
Tighten the bracket, ensuring that the
cable does not get caught in the stem.
Tighten the bracket, ensuring that the cable
does not get caught in the handlebar.
Route the cable
Turn the handlebar to make
sure wire does not hinder full
When attaching the bracket to the handlebar
When attaching the bracket to the stem
Use the nylon tie 9 to secure
the cable on the frame. Wind
the cable on the rear brake
cable as shown.
Left Chain Stay (Inside)
Left Chain Stay (Outside)
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Below, you will find the most frequently asked questions about the Cateye Strada RD200 Cadence.
Do I need internet for GPS?
No, no internet is required to receive GPS.
What does the abbreviation GPS stand for?
The abbreviation GPS stands for 'Global Positioning System'.
What is GPS?
GPS is a system that can be used all over the globe to determine your location by means of satellites.
A battery in my Bicycle Computer has started to corrode. Is the device still safe to use?
The product can still be used safely after proper cleaning. Remove the battery with gloves and clean the battery compartment with a toothbrush and vinegar. After drying, new batteries can be inserted into the device.