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@rko94 if you see the menu and can choose a course, your installation is good. From what you describe, the mod is not finding your power sensor. From what I can see online (https://support.kurtkinetic.com/hc/en-us/articles/360008888632-Which-generation-inRide-sensor-do-I-have-) the old InRide (black) uses a proprietary bluetooth protocol. The mod can't read that protocol. If you have the newer one (green) then I'm not sure about the problem because it uses bluetooth FTMS standard Service. You'll need to send me the BLE_receiver.log file so I can take a look what's going on. If you need further assistance I suggest you either join the Discord GTBikeV server or the Facebook group
@Shin Hee Woong if the spin bike supports ANT+ Bike Power or Bike speed profile, then you can use it with an ANT+ dongle. If only supports cadence, it won't work, as speed can't be implied from cadence. There is no WiFi support at all (there are no biking sensor standards over WiFi)
@joethebeekeeper you also need some kind of compatible biking sensor or the mod won't show you any bikes
@Shizof I'm planning adding a power booster when you use something different from a bike, but I need to consider the implications on the multiplayer and maybe disconnect in that scenario. I'm working on workouts right now though, so it will take me a bit to tackle that
@Shizof the problem here is your sensor is measuring cadence. Even in speed mode, it only counts pedal revolutions which are way lower than wheel revolutions. That's why it is so slow. Setting a larger wheel size could compensate that, but that option is not available in the mod. The wheel size is fixed to a standard 700c
Setting the power curve you posted can help a bit, but not too much
@JohnFromGWN for that use case I would recommend a heart rate strap and a software on your phone that converts the HR into virtual power like HR2VP
@JohnFromGWN I'm not sure if a foot pod will work properly if you walk in place without a treadmill. They use accelerometers to calculate the length of your stride and thus the distance and speed you are running or walking. Without an actual stride (walking in place) they probably won't detect speed. For walking anyway, you don't need a fully featured treadmill, a used walking treadmill is probably only a hundred bucks or less.
@ollyolly you need any treadmill and a ANT+ footpod sensor or a BLE running speed sensor. There are a few in the market and they are not very expensive. The Zwift pod for example is $40. If you have a modern running Garmin watch, that may work as well
@omerta0414 if they broadcast ANT+ speed or power or Bluetooth speed or power, then yes.
@g-coded after @rickstrada message, now I know of 2 bikes, the Concept2 bikeERG should work too and is on the affordable side.