does the shine work with biking, if so how?
- Asked by Norris H from Knoxville
- Flag as inappropriate (does the shine work with biking, if so how?)
2 Answers from the Community
Yes (and no). if you keep the shine on your wrist, it doesn't pick up the activity from cycling. However, if you transfer the shine to your ankle, either tucking it into your sock or using the magnetic clip, it picks up the motion of your leg. However, since its picking up the motion of cycling, it doesn't know how hard you are going. On a slow recovery ride, it rated that as intense exercise. When it was on my wrist for a 3.5 hour ride, it recorded mild exercise. So it depends upon where you position the shine.
- Answered by Glen W from Colorado Springs
- Flag as inappropriate Answer 1
The Shine can be clipped just about anywhere on your clothing, so for biking to your shoe or a sock and in the app you tell it where you are wearing it. You also have choices for a regular secondary activity in the app, so you can specify cycling as your secondary activity and then triple tap to set it before you ride.
- Answered by Brian B from Clarkefield
- Flag as inappropriate Answer 2
Does this sensor work while biking?
- Asked by Patty M from Billings
- Flag as inappropriate (Does this sensor work while biking?)
- Asked about: Nike + iPod Sensor
will this work on a bike, stationary recumbent style?
- Asked by Kathy H from East St Paul
- Flag as inappropriate (will this work on a bike, stationary recumbent style?)
- Asked about: Fitbit Zip Wireless Activity Tracke…
does this work with a bike trainer by recording the speed & distance?
- Asked by Denise Y from Philadelphia
- Flag as inappropriate (does this work with a bike trainer by recording the speed & distance?)
- Asked about: Wahoo Fitness Blue SC Speed and Cad…