How to add sensors to Apple Watch and iPhone for an improved cycling experience

In iOS 17 and watchOS 10, Apple turned the iPhone and Apple Watch into full-featured bike computers. Here’s how to set up your devices and add cadence sensors, speed sensors, and more to track your rides.

How to add sensors to Apple Watch and iPhone for an improved cycling experience
Mount your iPhone on your handlebars, fire up your Watch and you’re good to go.

Since the introduction of the Apple Watch, cyclists like myself have wondered why they can’t use the iPhone and Apple Watch as full-featured bike computers.

With watchOS 10 and iOS 17 Apple introduced new functionality that allows the Apple Watch and iPhone to connect to a range of cycling-specific sensors.

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