Pretty much gone are the days of the wired cyclometer. Sure, there are some all-time great solid buys out there, like the Cateye Astrale, which includes cadence and rings in at around $30. But you've got the wires. Pretty much across the board now, almost all bike computers are now wireless. The thing is, you will pay more: in excess of $50 in almost every case. Still, with a wireless setup, there is a lot less that can go wrong, such as tangled or damaged transmission wires or a wire pulled out of the head unit. One excellent wireless computer option is the Cateye Strada, a wireless bicycle computer which indicates everything you need to know while you're on your ride. The Strada displays this data: current speed, average speed, maximum speed (up to 65 miles per hour), trip distance, 2nd trip distance, lifetime (total) distance, elapsed ride time, and it shows 12/24-hour time. The Strada is a breeze to setup and to use since it has an easy-to-program ClickTec touchscreen. You press the unit's screen in the appropriate spot, and in turn the screen will behave as a button itself. The mode you select is displayed at the bottom of the screen. Your current speed, in turn, displays at the top of the computer in large, easy-to-read numerals. You'll also see an up/down arrow that indicates how your current riding speed compares to the average speed for your bike ride. Of course, it communicates wirelessly with the tool-free wheel sensor. All in all, the Strada is one example of a wide line of wireless cycling computers - have a look here to find the right cyclometer for you at the right price.