Avocet Cyclometer 30
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Category:  Small Parts & Accessories
Name:  Avocet Cyclometer 30
Brand:  Avocet
Model:  Cyclometer 30
Years:  Early 1990's - ?
Country:  United States
Weight:  37.3 grams (Actual),
Computer, sensor, and wiring, but not cable ties.
Added By: whiskeygogo on 08/02/11
Updated By: whiskeygogo on 08/02/11
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I was still using it up to the middle of 2010, when the electrical contacts at the sensor pickup unit became too intermittent, but it still works fine, if not for the drain it puts on the battery.  It costs me $36.68 with my employee discount.

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 Avocet was a major Northern California component distrubution company. It was founded by Bud and Neal Hoffacker in 1976. Their first product was an anatomic saddle and they have a patent on saddles with thinned shells and bumps. After achieving success with the anatomic saddle, Avocet began importing and distributing Ofmega cranksets, hubsets and pedals under the Avocet name.

In its early days Avocet was driven by the dream of producing "Made in the USA" bicycle components. They developed a line of super-quality hubsets, headsets and bottom brackets. They also built a large saddle factory. Unfortunately, foreign competition made these ventures uneconomic and the saddle factory moved offshore. Only Avocet cyclometers were now made in the USA.

In 1985, Avocet developed FasGrip, a complete line of bald tyres. Currently Avocet's major emphasis is on saddles, cyclometers, tyres and shoes.       

 
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