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@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.
@rickstrada From what I've seen on the internet the Concept 2 bikeERG should be broadcasting ANT+ FEC profile, so it should work. Is the ANT indicator in the menu showing a green light? if not, your ANT dongle can be "taken" by another application on the PC. You can also ask in the Facebook group and post a screenshot of the debug windows (F11) and the ANT log file located in the GTA V directory (if you launch the game as an administrator)
@g-coded you are right, most of the smart indoor bikes are too expensive. I only know one that is not that expensive and supports all the standards, but their distribution network is very limited, the Zycle Zbike (former Bkool smart bike), Anyways I find having a bike and a trainer a more versatile option
@g-coded the qdomyos app looks like a simple bluetooth bridge. If it bridges to Cycling Power, Cycling Speed and cadence and Heartrate Bluetooth services, then it will work with GTBikeV, althought it won't be able to control the resistance, but if it only bridges to FTMS it won't work at all, as FTMS is not supported yet. My personal opinion is that setup is very complicated when you can find similar indoor bikes with direct ANT or BLE capabilities that don't require a bridge.
I can't understand either why they made that bike without a standard communication profile/protocol.
@cebe If you are getting a crash I would like to see what the log files contain (specially scripthookVdotnet.log but also the ble receiver log)
@EQ0814 FTMS is planned for future releases, when I get an actual device that supports FTMS (my trainer doesn't)
@GOLDl the last version 0.5.0.4 has BLE support except for FTMS
@mtmfc keybindings will be configurable in the next version. The speed adjusting is something controversial. If I end up doing it it will be only available when you are not on a bicycle and the speed multiplier will most likely depend on the type of vehicle you are driving.
@ajid77 Cadence sensors only report revolutions per minute and the algorithm they use for computing cycles is not applicable to running stride. Even if a cadence sensor calculated your steps per minute, I can't translate that to distance and speed without your stride length