CatEye Urban Wireless Bike Computer

Priced: $45.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 12 reviews.
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CatEye Urban Wireless Bike Computer - With the Cateye Urban Wireless Bike Computer, you'll be able to track traditional ride data—such as speed, distance, and time—in addition to your calorie consumption and carbon offset so you can feel better about both yourself and your environmental impact.

Country of Origin: Imported


  • Nine functions displayed in a larger font size than other bike computers let you easily keep track of every ride detail
  • Large font size makes it easy to read trip details with a quick glance


  • Wireless transmission eliminates the messy cord for a sleeker look
  • CatEye Urban bike computer comes with 2 CR2032 batteries, 1 each for head unit and sensor
  • Wireless transmission distance up to 27 in.
  • Auto mode and auto power saving help extend the battery life
  • Tool-free wireless speed sensor mounts effortlessly to any standard fork measuring 11 - 55mm
  • Sensor also uses 1 CR2032 battery; lasts approximately 6,250 miles (10,000 km)
  • The 9 functions cover current, average and maximum speed, trip distance, odometer, elapsed time, clock, calorie consumption and carbon offset
  • Bike computer uses 1 CR2032 battery; lasts approximately one year (with one hour of use per day)
  • FlexTight™ head unit bracket mounts quickly, securely and without tools to virtually any handlebar or stem measuring 22 - 32mm in diameter
  • In addition to basic ride data, you’ll also see your carbon offset and calorie consumption
  • Additional features include average speed pacing, automatic start/stop, automatic power-saving mode and sleep mode

CatEye Urban bike computer offers easy, 1-button control, carbon offset data and calorie burning estimation for enhanced awareness of your riding results.


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Auto start/stop:Yes
Average speed:Yes
Back-lit Display:No
Batteries:1 x CR2032
Countdown timer:No
Current speed:Yes
Dimensions:2.19 x 1.38 x 0.73 in. (5.55 x 3.50 x 1.85 cm)
Dual bike memory:No
Exercise log:No
GPS tracking:No
Heart rate display:No
High/low target heart rate:No
Lap timer:No
Low battery indicator:No
Maximum speed:Yes
Speed comparator:No
Target zone indicator:No
Total Distance:yes
Trip Duration:Yes
Trip distance:Yes
Weight:1 oz. (28 g)

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CatEye Urban Wireless Bike Computer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Does the job!

I bought this because I have an increasing interest in how fast I'm riding, my exact miles, etc., and I was heading up to a long rail-to-trail ride and needed to keep track of my miles.

The setup was not difficult, once I figured out how it worked. It's simple: don't stare too long at the instructions, just start putting it on the bike and it makes sense.

The device is easy to use, intuitive: click through the distance, average speed, max. speeds, etc.

I don't need to talk to satellites when I ride, but it's nice to know mph and distance and time. This is lightweight, wireless, and for two weeks it's worked fine so far!
vinjaime at REI on 10/10/2013

Nice Bicycle Addition

Although the installation and configuration instructions are not the best it's a pretty simple process. I chose to mount the pickup on the r/h fork leg and therefore changing the battery is easier. I mounted the display on the headstem. The configuration is a pretty simple process as a first time installer. I ride a 29er and the instructions read to use a figure of 229 which was close but I wanted it spot on so I measured the circumference of my front wheel and came up with 230 and its spot on for distance. I believe this is a great addition to using my bike as a low impact fitness tool.
mg66 at REI on 05/05/2013

Very Cool for the Price

Love this computer, but beware: the instructions are ridiculously bad. They comprise almost exclusively pictures only, and unless you've done this before, you'll have a tough time installing and configuring it. I had to go online to learn some of the tire-size terminology to complete that setting. The mount is flimsy plastic, which surprised me considering the price of this computer, but once the computer is seated in the mount, it's stable and attractive.It looks good, it's easy to use once you burn the instrutions and figure it out yourself, and it has great features. I tested it on a 30-mile ride on a mile-marked trail, and it's on-the-dime accurate.
nightsky127 at REI on 09/09/2012

Excellent if you are doing a timed ride

It works great once it is set right. You can follow the directions to the letter and it may not work, keep moving it and it will work. I'm pretty good at it now but when I first got it, it took hours of messing with it and I could not get it to work, I finally took it to REI they finally got it to work. Before I bought it I would drive the route in my car to get the miles, it is as accurate as my car.
KarenW at REI on 08/08/2013

Great product for the price

I tried another wireless speedometer, but you had to remember to re-start it every time you stopped for any period. Then it failed, REI took it back and I got this one. It's been great. I never have to worry about re-starting it and it's very accurate. I do a lot of birdwatching on my bike, and sometimes I stop for long periods. Now I don't have to remember to re-start the odometer.
Bike4birds at REI on 01/01/2013

Wireless, easy to use, and a good value

Wireless with simple functions, an excellent value and good quality. Before I bought this I read a bunch of reviews about the instructions being confusing. After setting it up on my bike rather easily, I thought the instructions were ok. They use a flowchart to help direct you through the set up.
CharlieBikecommuter at REI on 09/09/2013

It's All That I Needed

I wanted a basic computer that told me speed and distance. I love it. It tells me that as well as the time of day and the elapsed time of the ride. And I love that it's wireless.
Norbu at REI on 09/09/2013

Great product, but non-intuitive manual

No complaints about the product, but the manual that came with it was non-intuitive. There is a better manual online through Cateye's website.
Mountain Gute at REI on 08/08/2013

Great Product!

Excellent- easy to install/use, accurate, and wireless. Simply a great product!
Alexis S at REI on 08/08/2013

Great Product!

This is the best product on the market.
100 PERCENT ALL BEEF FRANKS at REI on 08/08/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Looks Good, Works Well, 1000km/m Max ODO

Ok, this thing is cool! It looks great, and also calculates carbon offset per mile (using 2008 average car mpg per carbon contribution).

It was easy to install, and the wireless works perfectly. The wireless did happen to fumble when passing a DOT sign that would measure your mph. I guess their radar interfered with the signal.

THIS one thing gets me though, and I wish I would have noticed it before I purchased and installed it,,, the max odometer reading is 999.99 km or miles. So, if you're thinking of logging your long/hard work, forget it. You have to reset the whole thing before it works again.
jaeestrada at REI on 09/09/2011

Works OK except when its dark

I use this mostly when commuting. It's pretty easy to read even without bifocals, but doesn't work when it's dark. Not showing the speed is OK but it doesn't record your distance either. There must be a battery auto-save that cuts it off when there's not enough light, but the instructions don't say anything about this.
AK Biker at REI on 12/12/2013