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cy·clom·e·ter

 (sī-klŏm′ĭ-tər)
n.
1. An instrument that records the revolutions of a wheel to indicate distance traveled.
2. An instrument that measures circular arcs.

cy′clo·met′ric (-klə-mĕt′rĭk) adj.
cy·clom′e·try n.
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cyclometer

(saɪˈklɒmɪtə)
n
(Tools) a device that records the number of revolutions made by a wheel and hence the distance travelled
cyˈclometry n
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cy•clom•e•ter

(saɪˈklɒm ɪ tər)

n.
1. an instrument that measures circular arcs.
2. a device for recording the revolutions of a wheel and hence the distance traversed by a wheeled vehicle.
[1805–15]
cy`clo•met′ric (-kləˈmɛ trɪk) adj.
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cyclometer

an instrument for counting the revolutions of a wheel that is rolled along a surface and thus the distance traveled.
See also: Instruments
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Without my Garmin, I relied heavily on my cyclometer to tell me the time, speed, average speed and distance covered.
I hadn't ridden for nearly three weeks was probably in the worse shape of my life and it was clear I packed too much gear." After he traveled a mile and a half Farmer realized his cyclometer wasn't working and he called his wife to come and get him.
Bill's cyclometer tells him that he has now cycled 300,000 miles on the BSA and Viking bikes, taking countless photographs on the way.
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It has a handlebar as well as a wrist mount The 8-function Targa cyclometer is built for extreme conditions, with a reinforced Ti-metal casing, a heavy-duty cable, and a unique stem-mounting to keep it out of harm's way.