Few, if any, inexpensive fitness trackers can deal with cycling. Vigorous as it might be, cycling just doesn’t involve the arms, which is where most trackers live.
Misfit’s figured it out: put the tracker on your foot, which does move. Oh, duh.
The Misfit Flash Cyclist Edition puts one of Misfit’s signature tracker buttons in a clip that mounts on your shoe. For $50, you get a cadence monitor that tracks distance and speed, and that syncs with Misfit’s own app as well as favorites like Strava and Map My Ride.
And when you’re not riding, you can use the Flash either on its clip or on a wristband, the way you’d wear any other tracker.
Cheap, simple, and effective.