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Bontrager Trip 300 Manual
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FCC ID: O4GTRIP300
MADE IN CHINA
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT. ANY CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE GUARANTEE OF THIS DEVICE COULD VOID THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE DEVICE.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
-- Consult the dealer or experienced radio / TV technician for help.
This device complies with Industry Canada RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference,including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Leprésent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicable aux appareils radio. Exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage,
et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, meme si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
When riding your bicycle, do not stare at the computer for a long time. If you do not watch the road, you could hit an obstacle, which might cause you to lose control and fall.
Lorsque vous roulez à vélo, ne regardez pas ﬁxement votre compteur pendant une longue durée. Si vous ne regardez pas le chemin ou la route devant vous, vous pourriez heurter un obstacle, perdre le contrôle du vélo et tomber.
Schauen Sie während der Fahrt nicht zu lange auf den Computer. Wenn Sie nicht auf die Straße achten, könnten Sie gegen ein Hindernis fahren und dadurch die Kontrolle verlieren und stürzen.
Cuando circule en bicicleta, evite utilizar la ciclocomputadora más tiempo del necesario. Si no está atento a la carretera, podría chocar contra un obstáculo, perder el control y caer.
Wanneer je op de ﬁets zit, kijk dan niet langdurig naar de computer. Als je niet op de weg let, kun je ergens tegenaan rijden. Daardoor kan je de controle verliezen en vallen.
Jadąc na rowerze należy unikać długiego wpatrywania się w komputer. Nieuwaga może spowodować zderzenie się z
przeszkodą, a w efekcie utratę kontroli nad rowerem i upadek.
• ø 22.2mm–27.2mm
Bontrager GoTime manual
manual Bontrager GoTime
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View the manual for the Bontrager GoTime here, for free. This manual comes under the category bicycle computers and has been rated by 5 people with an average of a 8. This manual is available in the following languages: English. Do you have a question about the Bontrager GoTime or do you need help? Ask your question here
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Hi , my Bontrager ride time elite screen has 3 football like symbols on the screen and I can get anything to work No time , distance etc. it’s a new battery and all info has been put in
The Bontrager GoTime bicycle computer manual does not provide specific information about football-like symbols on the screen. However, you can try the following steps to troubleshoot the issue: 1. Check the battery: Make sure the battery is correctly installed and fully charged. Even if it's a new battery, double-check its placement to ensure proper contact. 2. Reset the computer: Attempt to reset the bicycle computer by pressing and holding the "SET" button for several seconds. This may help fix any temporary problems or glitches. 3. Verify the entered information: Confirm that all the necessary information, such as time, distance, etc., has been entered accurately. If the above steps do not resolve the issue, please contact Bontrager customer service for further assistance.
How do I reset this Bontrager GOTime after changing the battery?
To reset the Bontrager GoTime after changing the battery, follow these steps: 1. Insert the battery: The GoTime is delivered without the preinstalled battery. Before proceeding with the setup, you must install the battery. Make sure not to replace the computer in the bracket, as you will need to access the SET button on the back of the computer. The setup procedure will start automatically after the battery is installed. 2. Configure your preferences: After installing the battery, the setup procedure will start automatically. Place the GoTime within 27" (70 cm) of the sensor and be ready to activate the sensor. You can start the setup procedure without reinstalling the battery. To change units (choose km/h or mph), press the M button. To save and move to the tire size screen, press the SET button. To change the tire size, press the M button. Repeat this until the desired tire size appears. You can also set a custom tire size if necessary. To save and move to the clock screen, press the SET button. To change the clock type (choose 12 or 24 hours), press the M button. To save and move to the hours screen, press the SET button.
How do I power off my bontrager odometer?
To turn off the odometer on the Bontrager GoTime bicycle computer, follow these steps: 1. Go to the odometer screen by pressing the "M" button. 2. Press the "SET" button. The total distance will be shown with the first digit flashing. 3. Use the "M" button to change the first value. Press "SET" to select and move to the next digit. 4. Repeat step 3 for the other digits. 5. Once you have made your changes, the GoTime will switch to ride mode and the odometer screen will be displayed.
How do I put my odometer on zero so I can measure the miles on my next ride
how do i keep from resetting the odometer accidentally if i have to change the battery, or
I've used the GOTime for a few years, and today the speedometer was clearly incorrect. Is that a sign of a failing battery?
I purchased the ridetime computer for my Dual sport +. The computer doesn't work while mounted on the handlebars on the left side. (To close to the center).Also doesn't work on the right side either unless I hold it away from post (handle start to narrow no room for the mount to grab onto). The original mount that comes with it is offset to the left side not in the center. My question is do you make a bracket that is off set to the right so that it would be further away from the light that's mounted in the center?
How do I open the speed magnet so as to fit it to the spoke?
The speedometer works fine for a while and then goes haywire and starts jumping around to different speeds. What might the problem be?
I put in new battery because computer was only reading time. Now screen is completely blank. Does plus side face down or up?
what is the mph calibration code for 700 x 45 tires on the GoTime? it only goes up to 700 X 38.
The Bontrager GoTime is a bicycle computer that tracks your speed, distance, and time while you ride. It has a large and easy-to-read display that shows your current speed, average speed, and maximum speed, as well as your total distance and trip distance. It also has a timer that can be used to track your ride time or set a countdown for a specific interval training session. The GoTime is easy to install and comes with everything you need, including a sensor that attaches to your bike's wheel and a mount that attaches to your handlebars. It is compatible with both road and mountain bikes, and can be set to display your measurements in miles or kilometers. The computer has a simple and intuitive interface that allows you to switch between modes and reset your measurements with just a few button presses. It also has an auto start/stop feature that automatically starts and stops the timer when you begin and end your ride, respectively. Overall, the Bontrager GoTime is a reliable and easy-to-use bike computer that provides essential ride data without being overly complicated or expensive.
Can't find the answer to your question in the manual? You may find the answer to your question in the FAQs about the Bontrager GoTime below.
A battery in my bicycle computer has started to corrode. Is the device still safe to use?
The product can still be used safely after proper cleaning. Remove the battery with gloves and clean the battery compartment with a toothbrush and vinegar. After drying, new batteries can be inserted into the device.
What is GPS?
GPS is a system that can be used all over the globe to determine your location by means of satellites.
What does the abbreviation GPS stand for?
The abbreviation GPS stands for 'Global Positioning System'.
Do I need internet for GPS?
No, no internet is required to receive GPS.
How do I reset the total distance on my Bontrager GoTime bicycle computer?
To reset the total distance, locate and press the "Reset" button on the computer. This will clear the current distance measurement and start counting from zero again.
How can I change the units from miles to kilometers on the Bontrager GoTime?
To switch between miles and kilometers, access the settings menu by pressing and holding the "Menu" button. Then navigate through the options using the "Up" and "Down" buttons until you find the "Units" setting. From there, select the desired unit of measurement.
How can I calibrate the speed sensor on the Bontrager GoTime?
To calibrate the speed sensor, make sure your bicycle is stationary and not moving. Then, access the settings menu by pressing and holding the "Menu" button. Navigate to the "Calibration" option and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the calibration process.
What is the maximum speed that the Bontrager GoTime can track?
The Bontrager GoTime can track speeds up to a maximum of 99.9 kilometers per hour (or 62.1 miles per hour). If your speed exceeds this limit, the display will show "99.9" as the highest value.
How do I replace the battery on the Bontrager GoTime?
To replace the battery, locate the battery cover on the back of the computer. Use a small screwdriver or coin to open the cover and access the battery compartment. Remove the old battery and insert a new CR2032 coin cell battery, ensuring the correct polarity. Finally, close the battery cover securely.
Is the manual of the Bontrager GoTime available in English?
Yes, the manual of the Bontrager GoTime is available in English .
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Bontrager GoTime - Cycling Computer Basic Instructions
- Basic instructions (28 pages)
About this manual
Process overview, tools required, to install the speed sensor and wheel magnet, to insert the battery, to set up your preferences, to attach the computer, viewing the screens, starting your ride, to re-set the tire size, to re-set the odometer, to re-set the time, to re-set all data and settings, to measure rollout, to set-up a custom tire size.
- Bontrager GoTime Bicycle Computer Setup and How-To Video
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- 1 About this manual
- 3.1 Process overview
- 3.2 Tools required
- 3.3 Parts list
- 4.1 To install the speed sensor and wheel magnet
- 4.2 To insert the battery
- 4.3 To set up your preferences
- 4.4 To attach the computer
- 5.1 Viewing the screens
- 5.2 Starting Your Ride
- 6.1 To re-set the tire size
- 6.2 To re-set the odometer
- 6.3 To re-set the time
- 6.4 To re-set all data and settings
- 7.1 To measure rollout
- 7.2 To set-up a custom tire size
- 8.1 Bontrager GoTime Bicycle Computer Setup and How-To Video
- 9.1 References
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Please read this manual carefully. If you do not understand the information, or you have a question that this manual does not cover, consult your Bontrager dealer or download the complete instruction manual from www.bontrager.com/support/owners_manuals.
Getting your GoTime up and running is easy and takes only about 10 minutes. However, it will help you through the process if you take the time to completely read this manual before you start. For example, you cannot complete the setup process (#3 below) if the sensor cannot read the magnet in the wheel (#1).
Here are the steps in the process:
- Install the speed sensor and wheel magnet.
- Install the battery in the computer.
- Setup your preferences for time, miles, etc.
- Install the computer on the handlebar.
Screwdriver, small slot type
- Speed sensor
- Spoke magnet
- Battery cover
- Large strap
- Small strap
Installing your GoTime
To increase battery life, the GoTime is shipped with the battery NOT INSTALLED. Before proceeding with the setup, you must install the battery.
After you install the battery, do not place the computer back into the band because you will need access to the SET button on the back of the computer. Instead, follow the set-up procedure, which starts automatically when you install the battery.
After you install the battery, the Setup procedure starts automatically. Place the GoTime within 27" (70 cm) of the sensor, and be ready to activate the sensor as explained in the next section.
You can begin the Setup procedure without re-installing the battery. See "To re-set all data and settings".
- Carefully insert the computer back into its band, and follow the steps on the next page.
You can attach the computer to the handlebar (only). Consider your preference for left and right, and your access to the button on the computer.
Using your GoTime
This section gives you the information you need to enjoy your ride: how to see the modes of the GoTime, and how to start your ride.
These steps start with Speed/Clock mode, which is what you see after completing the Setup Procedure. However, you can start on any step shown here. Note that speed always displays.
Clock > This is the time of day.
Timer > This is the amount of time you have been riding after you last restarted the trip data. The timer starts when the wheel turns.
Trip distance > This is the distance you have ridden after you last restarted the trip data, displayed to the tenth.
Odometer > This is the distance you have ridden since you last re-set the computer by performing the set-up procedure, rounded to whole miles or kilometers.
Average speed > This is your average speed during this trip.
Before a ride, you may want to set your trip information to zero (0). This is called a 'restart.' The trip information includes trip distance, elapsed time, and average speed.
- In any screen, hold M for two seconds.
Changing the set-up
This section tells you how to change individual items in the set-up without doing a complete re-set, which erases all settings.
To set-up values on the computer, you must remove it from its band.
- Repeat step 3 for the other digits. After you save your changes, the GoTime switches to ride mode and the odometer screen appears.
A Re-set of the computer erases all data and settings. Before you do a re-set, you may want to write down your odometer total.
- Remove the computer from its band.
The 'mph' screen appears and you can start the procedure To Set-up Your Preferences.
Setting a custom tire size
To setup a custom wheel size, use the Tire Size chart or measure the bike's rollout (the distance the bike travels in exactly one revolution of the wheel). Then setup the computer.
Tools required: helper, pen, and measuring tape
- With the valve stem of the wheel directly over the floor, sit on the bike.
- Have your helper mark the floor at the valve stem.
- Roll the bike forward one revolution of the wheel, so that the valve stem is again directly over the floor.
- Mark the new location of the valve stem.
- Measure the distance between the marks. If needed, convert to millimeters. The result is your custom wheel size. Go to the next section to program the GoTime with your wheel size.
- Remove the computer from the band.
- Repeat step 6. for the other three digits of the code. After you save the last digit, the GoTime switches to ride mode and the trip screen appears.
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