- Product Review (submitted on October 8, 2012):
I've installed cycle computers on probably 6 or 7 motorcycles. Some computers are better than others, this is my second or third sigma. I like the size of the read out and it's a little more robust than some others I've used. Functions are about the same for most cycle computers. What I like the most about these kind of computers on a motorcycle is their accuracy of speed if set up correctly. Trip distance, time in the saddle, max and min speed. I've never found motorcycle speedometers to be reliably accurate, but a cycle computer properly setup is spot on.
You have to be a little creative mounting the magnet and magnet reader as each motorcycle type and brand is different. I've used rare earth magnets from Radio Shack on several installations when the supplied bicycle magnet wouldn't work. I use a spot of JB wield to secure the magnet to the rim or rotor depending on the bike. I wouldn't have a favorite motorcycle with out a cycle computer installed.