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I don't know why you need to know.. Just shift up or down when you have to.

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i'd suggest against it. I don't always know what gear i'm in 100% fo the time after riding 5 years. Maybe im a nub for it.. but I know when ti shift up or down when required.

Also, looking down at your bars while riding.. doesn't seem liek teh smartest move:P

(and yea, that thing was horrible to try to read on a stationaty bike. imaging it biumping up and down.. as you look down to try to read it.. and eat it )

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No, pass on the gear indicator and learn the feel of your bike.

IMO, total waste of $$, and something that will probably get broke on the first ride anyway (when you crash while looking at it to see what gear your in :busted:).

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No, pass on the gear indicator and learn the feel of your bike.

IMO, total waste of $$, and something that will probably get broke on the first ride anyway (when you crash while looking at it to see what gear your in :busted:).

:busted:

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