Garmin GSC 10 Speed/Cadence Sensor
The Garmin GSC10 is the accessory you need to get your FR60, 310XT, Edge 500, and Edge 705 up to speed (if your unit didn't come bundled with them). It's a simple device that mounts on your left chainstay, and comes with both a cadence sensor magnet and speed sensor magnet. Zip it on, spin the wheels and cranks with your Garmin CPU on and let the recording begin!
The GSC10 also works with Garmin Colorado and Oregon series units, but only the cadence sensor signal gets picked up. The unit should work with other brands' ANT+ speed and cadence receivers. Claimed weight of the Garmin 2GSC10 is 25g.
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I'm thinking about buying a an edge 500 within the next few
I'm thinking about buying a an edge 500 within the next few months but in the mean time I was wondering if the GSC 10 sensor would work with the iPhone using the strava or mapmyride apps. Does any use the sensor with their iPhone and not a Garmin?
July 25, 2012
You would need to get the Garmin ANT+ iPhone adaptor to use the Speed/Cadence sensor ... and download and use the Garmin Fit app. You will definitely be able to upload your information to Garmin Connect; but I don't think there is a direct way to upload it into Strava using the speed/cadence sensor, you'd likely have to upload to Garmin Connect, then export from Connect and import into Strava.
October 1, 2012