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Apple Watch Gets Enhanced Bike Ride Tracking with watchOS 10

  • Compatible speed and cadence sensors can be directly paired with Apple Watch with watchOS 10.
  • No third-party apps or health integrations needed.
  • We tested sensors from Moofit and the data was accurate.
  • Data displayed on Live Activity on iPhone for biking workouts.

Apple Watch has a new feature in watchOS 10 that enables direct pairing of speed and cadence sensors for more nuanced bike ride tracking. We tested the speed and cadence sensors from Moofit and found that they were small, easy to attach, and ran on CR2032 batteries that last about 9 to 12 months. Once the sensors were paired with the Apple Watch Bluetooth settings, the speed and cadence metrics showed up in the tracked workout.

The Live Activity for biking workouts on iPhone can also display speed and cadence data with an active speedometer. The Bluetooth had a momentary lag, but speeds were accurate if a second behind the e-bike’s speedometer.

For those looking to get the most out of their biking activity tracking, the Moofit sensors can be purchased in a pack of two for $32.99 on Amazon. With watchOS 10, users can now pair compatible sensors directly to their Apple Watch and access extra tracking metrics such as cadence, speed, and power sensors.

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