What Bluetooth sensors do you recommend?
Any standard Bluetooth Smart (BLE) heart rate, speed, cadence, power, and trainer / indoor bike sensor should work just fine with Cadence.
While all standard Bluetooth Smart sensors should be compatible, below are sensors that have been confirmed by users to work with Cadence:
Heart Rate Monitors
- Wahoo TICKR
- Garmin HRM Dual
- Polar H10
- Polar OH1
- Magene H303
- Apple Watch (View more details)
- Xiaomi Mi Smart Band
- Garmin Forerunner 245, 945, and other newer models that support Bluetooth broadcasting by setting the sport to Virtual Run. View more details over at DCRainmaker.
- Whoop 4.0
- And all other standard BLE (Bluetooth Smart) Heart Rate monitors.
Speed and Cadence Sensors
- Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence Sensor
- Wahoo RPM Speed and Cadence Sensors
- Magene Speed or Cadence Sensor
- Moofit Speed and Cadence Sensors
- Garmin Speed Sensor 2 and Cadence Sensor 2
- Bontrager Duotrap S Speed/Cadence
- Elite Misuro B+
- And all other standard BLE (Bluetooth Smart) Speed and Cadence sensors.
- Garmin Vector 3 (includes Pedal Balance support)
- Garmin Vector 3S
- FAVERO Assioma Duo (includes Pedal Balance support)
- FAVERO Assioma Uno
- Giant PowerPro (includes Pedal Balance support)
- Stryd Footpod
- Hammer H1 Smart Trainer
- FSA PowerBox
- Stages (Gen 2)
- 4iiii Precision
- Elite Drivo II
- Wahoo Kickr Snap
- Easton and Race Face Cinch
- And all other standard BLE (Bluetooth Smart) Power Meters.
Radar Sensors and Tail Lights
- Garmin Varia RCT715 (Radar only, viewing recorded video is only supported in Garmin’s app)
- Garmin Varia RTL515
- Garmin Varia RVR315
- The Magene L508 is not yet compatible with any smartphone apps
Indoor Bikes and Bike Trainers
- Schwinn IC4
- Bowflex C6
- BodyTone S20
- Cadenza S25
- Wahoo Kickr
- Tacx Neo
- And all other standard BLE (Bluetooth Smart) Indoor Bikes and Trainers.
- Cadence doesn’t yet support e-bikes that require a passcode to connect.