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User`s Manual
20Table of Contents 2
Getting Started ……………. 4
Y our Rider 20 …………………………. 4
Reset Rider 20 ………………………… 5
Accessories ……………………………. 5
Status Icons …………………………… 5
Connect, Sync, and Charge ……… 6
Turn On/Off Rider 20 ………………. 6
Initial Setup …………………………… 6
Ride Y our Bike with Rider 20! ….. 7
Manage Rider 20 Data via Y our
Computer ………………………………. 7
Share Y our Experience With
Other Bikers …………………………… 7
Exercise/Training …………. 8
Display Information ……………….. 8
Before Y ou Start …………………….. 9
Start/Pause/Stop Exercising ……. 9
Mark Lap ……………………………… 10
View Exercise/Training Info …… 10
Changing Modes ………………….. 11
Training Settings ……….. 12
Set Training ………………………….. 12
By Time ………………………………………………….12
By Distance …………………………………………..13
Set LAP Training …………………………………..13
Select Bike …………………………… 14
Link Sensors ………………………… 15
View Sensors Information ………………….16
View Exercise/Training
Record …………………………………. 17
Clear Storage ………………………………………..18
Other Settings ……………. 19
Using Stopwatch ………………….. 19
Time Settings ……………………….. 20
Auto Calibration by GPS ……………………..20
Set Daylight Saving Time ……………………21
Auto Scrolling ………………………. 21
Turn GPS On/Off …………………… 22
Set Tone ………………………………. 22
Appendix …………………… 23
Specifications ………………………. 23
Battery Information ……………… 24
Install Rider 20 …………………….. 25
Mount Rider 20 to the Bike ………………..25
Install the Speed/Cadence
Sensor (Optional) …………………. 26
Install Heart Rate Belt
(Optional) …………………………….. 27
Wheel Size and
Circumference ……………………… 28
Screen Terminologies …………… 29
Basic Care For Y our Rider 20 ….. 29
Table of ContentsGetting Started 3
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WARNING
Always consult your physician before you begin or modify any training program. Please read
the details in Warranty and Safety Information guide in the package.
Product Registration
Help us better support you by completing your device registration using Bryton Bridge.
Go to http://support.brytonsport.com for more information.
Bryton Software
Go to http://brytonsport.com to download free software to upload your personal profile,
tracks and analyze your data on the web.Getting Started 4
Y our Rider 20
Getting Started
This section will guide you on the basic preparations before you start using your Rider 20.
20
LAP
2
3
DOWN (q)
In meter view, short press to scroll •
lower screen page options.
In Menu, short press to move down to •
scroll through menu options.
1
UP (p)
Long press to turn the backlight on/ •
off.
In meter view, short press to scroll •
upper screen page options.
In Menu, short press to move up to •
scroll through menu options.
1 3
2
LAP (LAP)
To turn off the device, short press to •
enter Menu and select “OFF( )” .
Short press to access/leave menu. •
When riding and recording, short •
press to mark the lap.
In Menu, short press to enter or •
confirm a selection.Getting Started 5
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Reset Rider 20
To reset the Rider 20, long press all three keys (p/LAP/q) at the same time.
Accessories
The Rider 20 comes with the following accessories:
USB cable •
Bike mount •
Optional items:
Heart rate belt •
Speed/Cadence sensor •
Combo sensor •
Status Icons
Icon Item Solid icon Flashing icon
Bike icon
Bike 1

Bike 2

Battery icon
Battery level Battery charging
– Battery low
GPS icon GPS signal level Searching GPS signal
Record icon
Memory full, must clear
storage
Recording in progress
Heart rate monitor
icon
Linked with heart rate
monitor

Cadence sensor
icon
Linked with cadence
sensor

Speed sensor
icon
Linked with speed sensor -Getting Started 6
Connect, Sync, and Charge
Warning:
This product contains a lithium-ion battery. See the Warranty and Safety Information guide
in the package for important battery safety information.
1. Connect Rider 20 to a PC using the supplied USB cable.
2. Download the Bryton Bridge 2 application at bb.brytonsport.com and sync with Rider 20.
20
LAP
reset
Keep Rider 20 connected to the PC to charge
the battery.
Use USB cable to connect to a PC.
NOTE: For first time use, charge the battery
for at least 3 hours.
Turn On/Off Rider 20
To turn on Rider 20:
Short press LAP to turn on Rider 20.
To turn off Rider 20:
1. Short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to select “OFF( )” .
3. Short press LAP to turn off the device.
NOTE: If Rider 20 is left idle for 10 minutes, it will automatically turn off.
Initial Setup
When turning Rider 20 on for the first time, the setup wizard appears on screen. Follow the
instructions to complete setup.
1. Select the display language.
2. Select the unit of measurement.
3. Enter your “user profile” .
(It is recommended to input the data. The data accuracy will highly affect your training
analysis.)
4. When FIND GPS appears, please go outdoors to acquire GPS signal.
If not possible to go outdoor, short press LAP to cancel acquiring request.Getting Started 7
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NOTE: If you want to change your profile, please connect your device to Brytonsport.com
and change the setting via My Device -> Manage Device Data. Or go to SET > Others >
Profile and change your settings.
Ride Y our Bike with Rider 20!
Free ride: •
Enjoy the ride with Rider 20 mounted onto your bike.
Start an exercise and record your data: •
Short press LAP to enter Menu. Choose “START” and short press LAP to start recording
the log.
Start a training: •
Short press LAP to enter Menu. Choose “SET > TRAIN” and short press LAP to select from
the available training modes: riding time, distance, and LAP .
Manage Rider 20 Data via Y our Computer
1. Connect your Rider 20 to your computer by using USB cable.
2. Install the Bryton Bridge 2 application. You can download the application at
http://bb.brytonsport.com.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to transfer data to your computer.
NOTE:
After unplugging the Rider 20 from the USB, the Rider 20 will reset itself. •
Do not unplug the USB cable during the file transferring process. Otherwise, the files may •
be damaged or corrupted.
Share Y our Experience With Other Bikers
To share your experiences and training result with other bikers around the world, visit
http://www.brytonsport.com.Exercise/Training 8
Exercise/Training
Bicycling is one of the best types of exercise for your body. It helps you to burn your calories,
lose weight, and increase your overall fitness. During exercise or training, Rider 20 allows
you to measure and record your running activities and displays your current performance.
NOTE: Displayed information varies on exercise/training mode and user preference.
Display Information
Upper screen (A)
Press p to switch information display:
Current time > Ride Time (A or B) > Cadence > Cadence (Avg) > Cadence (Max)
Lower screen (B)
Press q to switch information display:
Distance > Calories > ODO (A/B) > ODO (A+B) > Total Ride Time (A/B) > Total Ride Time (A+B)
> Heart Rate > Heart Rate (Max) > Heart Rate (Avg)
NOTE: ODO (A/B), ODO (A+B), Total Ride Time (A/B), and Total Ride Time (A+B) data
wiIl only be displayed after you have completed a training/exercise.
Info screen
Display current speed >
Speed (Max) > Speed (Avg)
A
B
During pairing process (with heart rate
monitor/cadence sensor/speed sensor), the LED
indicators (on the top of the icons) will blink. When
the sensors are successfully linked to the device, the
LED indicators will light on.
Indicator
MA = Maximum
AV = AverageExercise/Training 9
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The table below provides a graphical indication on using the keys which will be used in later
sections.
Keys Indication
Short press p
1
Short press LAP
2
Short press q
3
Long press LAP
4
*no key press, only display changes
Before Y ou Start
Link sensors (page 15), optional •
Start/Pause/Stop Exercising
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to select START.
3. Short press LAP to start an activity.
4. To pause an activity, long press LAP. Press any key to resume.
5. To end the current activity, short press p/q to select STOP and short presss LAP.
NOTE: Please go outdoors to acquire GPS signal when you see “FIND GPS” on the
screen.
Recording indicator
GPS signal
Bike indicator
HR sensor indicator
Cadence sensor
indicatorExercise/Training 10
Mark Lap
1. Start an activity first.
See steps 1~3 on “Start/Pause/Stop Exercising” section on the previous page.
2. Short press LAP to mark lap.
View Exercise/Training Info
The type of data displayed depends on the current mode and the linked sensors.
Press p to switch information display on the upper screen:
1 1 1
1 1
Current time Ride time Current cadence Cadence (Max)
Cadence (Avg)
NOTE: Cadence data will only be displayed on the screen if cadence sensor is linked to
Rider 20.
Lap Number
SPLIT
LAP TimeExercise/Training 11
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Press q to switch information display on the lower screen:
Changing Modes
Press the respective key to switch modes.
Meter View START SET OFF
3
1
3
1
3 3 3
3 3
Distance Calories Burned Current HR HR (Max)
HR (Avg)
NOTE: HR data will only be displayed on the screen if HR sensor is linked to Rider 20.
EXIT
3
1
2
4Training Settings 12
Training Settings
You can customize the training settings, link the sensors, view history, and other settings.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > TRAIN.
3. Short press LAP to set the training settings.
Set Training
Use the Training setting to select the type of training you want.
The Rider 20 offers you with three types of training modes:
Riding Time • LAP •
Distance •
By Time
1. In the Training menu, short press p/q to select TIME.
2. Short press LAP to confirm.
3. Short press p/q to adjust the “hour” value.
4. Short press LAP to switch to the “minute” field.
5. Short press p/q to adjust the “minute” value.
6. Short press LAP to confirm and start log for training.
2 2 2
TIME
(Adjust “hour”)
(Adjust “minute”)
(Start log for
training)
p
q
p
q
2
Meter View
SET TRAINING
p
q
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Set LAP Training
Use Lap by Distance to specify the distance of each lap. After running a specified distance,
Rider 20 will automatically mark the lap.
By Distance
1. In the Training menu, short press p/q to select DIST.
2. Short press LAP to confirm.
3. Short press p/q to adjust the distance.
4. Short press LAP to confirm and start log for training.
1. In the Training menu, short press p/q to select LAP > DIST.
2. Short press LAP to set the Lap by Distance training settings.
3. Short press p/q to adjust the distance.
4. Short press LAP to confirm and start log for training.
2 2
DISTANCE
(Adjust distance) (Start log for training)
p
q
2 2 2
LAP
DISTANCE
(Adjust distance)
(Start log for
training)
p
qTraining Settings 14
Use Lap by Location setting to set your current location as the lap point. Upon reaching the
lap point, Rider 20 will automatically mark the lap.
1. In the Training menu, short press p/q to select LAP > LOCT.
2. Short press LAP to confirm and start log for training.
2 2
LAP
LOCATION (Start log for
training)
NOTE: This option is only available when Rider 20 acquires the GPS signal.
Select Bike
With Rider 20, you can select the specific bike that you want to ride during exercise.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > BIKE.
3. Short press LAP to confirm.
4. Short press p/q to select the bike.
5. Short press LAP to confirm the setting.
2 2
BIKE
(Select Bike A/B) Meter View
p
q
2
(LAP options:
DIST/LOCT)
p
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Link Sensors
Use the Link setting to pair sensors and other optional accessories to Rider 20.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > LINK > SCAN.
3. Short press LAP to start scanning the available sensors.
LINK
2
(Get CAD ID)
p
q
2
Cadence
sensor
Heart Rate
sensor
Combo
sensor
BACK Speed sensor
ON SCAN BACK OFF
SCAN BACK
(Set Wheel
Size)
SCAN
NONE
p
q
p
q
p
q
p
q
p
q
p
q
p
q
(Time out)
p
q
2
2
(If current
sensor is
SPEED)
2
2
2
(No ANT ID)
2
NOTE: Make sure the “5 digits”
shown on the screen are matched
with the last 5 digits of sensor ID
number on the plastic bag.Training Settings 16
NOTE:
When the sensors are successfully connected, the LED indicators (on the top of the icons) •
will blink for 5 seconds.
Be sure to keep the distance between the similar sensors approximately 30 meters. •
If you see below illustration on the screen, this indicates that there are more than 2 •
sensors detected. Short press p/ q to rescan the sensor.
View Sensors Information
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > LINK > INFO.
3. Short press LAP to view the linked sensors information.
2 2
LINK
INFO
(Current HR data)
(Current Speed data)
2
Meter View (Current Cadence data)
2
NOTE: The sensor ID of the connected sensor is displayed at the upper screen.
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View Exercise/Training Record
Use File to view your training history.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > FILE > VIEW.
3. Short press LAP to confirm and view the last history data.
(View Distance (upper screen) /
Calories Burned (lower screen))
(View Average Cadence (upper screen)
Average Speed (middle screen) /
Average Heart Rate (lower screen))
NOTE: The total ride time and recorded time are only displayed at the upper/middle screen
during the file selection.
(View Max. Cadence (upper screen)
/ Max. Speed (middle screen) /
Max. Heart Rate (lower screen))
2 2
FILE
VIEW
(Last history data)
3
1
4
Meter View
3
1
3
1Training Settings 18
Clear Storage
Use Clear Storage to delete all training and lap records in Rider 20.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > FILE > CLS.
3. Short press LAP to confirm.
4. To clear all storage, short press p/q to choose YES and long press LAP to confirm all files
deletion.
2 2 4
FILE CLEAR STORAGE (Select YES/NO) Meter View
p
qOther Settings 19
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Other Settings
Using Stopwatch
You can use Rider 20 as a stopwatch.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > OTHERS > STW.
3. Short press LAP to start using stopwatch.
2 2 3
4
3
OTHERS STOPWATCH Start Stopwatch (Start counting)
Meter View Stop Stopwatch
(after 3 sec.)
NOTE:
While stopwatch is running, short press • LAP to record lap.
After stopwatch is stopped, short press • LAP to reset it or short press p to view files of lap
data.
(Select file)
p
q
1Other Settings 20
Time Settings
Auto Calibration by GPS
Use this setting to reset the date and time based on your GPS location.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > TIME > SET TIME.
3. Short press LAP to automatically calibrate the time setting.
4. When “ADJ?” appears on the screen and the displayed time is correct, short press LAP to
confirm the setting.
To manually adjust the time, short press p/q and short press LAP to save the changes.
5. Short press p/q to select the time format and short press LAP to confirm.
p
q
2 2
2
TIME SET TIME (Detect current time) (Adjust time)
(Select time format) Meter View
p
q
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Auto Scrolling
Use the Auto Scrolling setting to enable or disable the auto scrolling feature. If this feature is
enabled, all exercise info will be displayed in sequences without pressing any key while you
are doing exercise or training.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > SCROLL.
3. Short press LAP to set the setting.
4. To enable Auto Scrolling, short press p/q to choose ON and short press LAP to confirm.
2 2
AUTO SCROLLING
(Select ON/OFF) Meter View
p
q
Set Daylight Saving Time
Use this setting to set the daylight saving time.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > TIME > DST.
3. Short press LAP to set the setting.
4. Short press p/q to set the daylight saving time and short press LAP to confirm.
p
q
2 2
4
TIME (TIME options:
SET TIME/DST)
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME (Select setting)
(Daylight saving time is set)
2
p
qOther Settings 22
Set Tone
Use the Tone setting to enable or disable the key tone.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > OTHERS > TONE.
3. Short press LAP to set the key tone setting.
4. To enable the key tone, short press p/q to choose ON and short press LAP to confirm.
2 2 2
OTHERS TONE (Select ON/OFF) Meter View
p
q
Turn GPS On/Off Use the GPS setting to turn GPS on or off.
1. In the main screen, short press LAP to enter Menu.
2. Short press p/q to choose SET > OTHERS > GPS.
3. Short press LAP to set the GPS setting.
4. To enable GPS, short press p/q to choose ON and short press LAP to confirm.
2 2 2
OTHERS GPS (Select ON/OFF) Meter View
p
q
NOTE: Rider 20 will automatically acquire the GPS signal if the GPS setting is set to ON. It is
highly recommended to go outdoors to acquire GPS signal.Appendix 23
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Appendix
Specifications
Rider 20
Item Description
Display 1.6 TN Positive transflective Segement LCD
Physical Size 39.6 x 58.9 x 17 mm
Weight 40g
Operating
Temperature
-10°C ~ 50°C
Battery Charging
Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C
Battery 490 mAh rechargeable Li-Polymer
Battery Life 24 hours with GPS on
GPS
Integrated high-sensitivity U-blox receiver with embedded
antenna
RF Transceiver 2.4GMHz Ant+
Water Resistant IPX6 waterproof rating
External Storage 1M Byte
Speed/Cadence Sensor
Item Description
Physical size 34.2 x 46.7 x 13.2 mm
Weight 14 g
Water Resistance IPX7
Transmission range 5 m
Battery life 1 hour per day for 16 months
Operating temperature -10
o
C ~ 60
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Dynastream ANT+ Sport wireless
communications protocol
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical interference, and receiver
distance from the transmitter. Appendix 24
Heart Rate Monitor
Item Description
Physical size 67~100 x 26 x 15 mm
Weight 14 g (sensor) / 35g (strap)
Water Resistance 20 m
Transmission range 5 m
Battery life 1 hour per day for 24 months
Operating temperature 5
o
C ~ 40
o
C
Radio frequency/protocol
2.4GHz / Dynastream ANT+ Sport wireless
communications protocol
Accuracy may be degraded by poor sensor contact, electrical interference, and receiver
distance from the transmitter.
Battery Information
Heart Rate Monitor and Cadence Sensor Battery
The heart rate monitor/cadence sensor contains a user-replaceable CR2032 battery.
To replace the battery:
1. Locate the circular battery cover on the back of the heart rate
monitor/cadence sensor.
2. Use a coin to twist the cover counter-clockwise so the arrow on
the cover points to OPEN.
3. Remove the cover and battery. Wait for 30 seconds.
4. Insert the new battery, with the positive connector first into the
battery chamber.
5. Use a coin to twist the cover clockwise so the arrow on the cover
points to CLOSE.
NOTE:
When installing a new battery, if the battery is not placed with the positive connector •
first, the positive connector will easily deform and malfunction.
Be careful not to damage or lose the O-ring gasket on the cover. •
Contact your local waste disposal department to properly dispose of used batteries. •
A
B
A
CLOSE
OPEN
BAppendix 25
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Install Rider 20
Mount Rider 20 to the Bike

LAP
20
LAP
20
1 2
3 4Appendix 26
Install the Speed/Cadence Sensor
(Optional)

CADENCE SPEED
SPEED
SPEED
3mm
SPEED
SPEED
SPEED
SPEED
20
LAP
SPEED
LAP
20
LAP
20
1 2 3 4
5a 6a 7a 8a
5b 6b 7b 8b
20
LAP
3mm
CADENCE
NOTE:
To ensur • e optimum performance, do the following:
– Align both sensor and magnet as shown in the illustration (5a / 5b). Pay attention on the
alignment points.
– Ensure the distance between the sensor and the magnet must be within 3 mm.
Ensure that both Speed sensor and Speed magnet are installed and aligned horizontally, •
not vertically.
On the initial usage, press the front button to activate the sensor and start pedaling. •
When the sensor detects the magnet, the LED blinks once to indicate the alignment is
correct (the LED blinks only for the first ten passes after pressing the button). Appendix 27
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Install Heart Rate Belt (Optional)
Electrodes
Strap
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
1 2 3 4
5 6
CLOSE
OPEN
NOTE:
In cold weather, wear appropriate clothing to keep the heart rate belt warm. •
The belt should be worn directly on your body. •
Adjust the sensor position to the middle part of the body (wear it slightly below the •
chest). The Bryton logo shown on the sensor should be facing upward. Tighten the elastic
belt firmly so that it will not turn loose during the exercise.
If the sensor cannot be detected or the reading is abnormal, please warm up for about 5 •
minutes.
If the heart rate belt is not used for a period of time, remove the sensor from the heart •
rate belt.Appendix 28
Wheel Size and Circumference
The wheel size is marked on both sides of the tires.
Wheel Size L (mm)
24 x 1.75 1890
24 x 2.00 1925
24 x 2.125 1965
26 x 7/8 1920
26 x 1(59) 1913
26 x 1(65) 1952
26 x 1.25 1953
26 x 1-1/8 1970
26 x 1-3/8 2068
26 x 1-1/2 2100
26 x 1.40 2005
26 x 1.50 2010
26 x 1.75 2023
26 x 1.95 2050
26 x 2.00 2055
700 x19C 2080
700 x 20C 2086
700 x 23C 2096
700 x 25C 2105
700 x 28C 2136
700 x 30C 2170
700 x 32C 2155
700C Tubular 2130
700 x 35C 2168
700 x 38C 2180
700 x 40C 2200
Wheel Size L (mm)
12 x 1.75 935
14 x 1.5 1020
14 x 1.75 1055
16 x 1.5 1185
16 x 1.75 1195
18 x 1.5 1340
18 x 1.75 1350
20 x 1.75 1515
20 x 1-3/8 1615
22 x 1-3/8 1770
22 x 1-1/2 1785
24 x 1 1753
24 x 3/4 Tubular 1785
24 x 1-1/8 1795
24 x 1-1/4 1905
26 x 2.10 2068
26 x 2.125 2070
26 x 2.35 2083
26 x 3.00 2170
27 x 1 2145
27 x 1-1/8 2155
27 x 1-1/4 2161
27 x 1-3/8 2169
650 x 35A 2090
650 x 38A 2125
650 x 38B 2105
700 x 18C 2070
Appendix 29
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Screen Terminologies
Terminology Screen Display
Training TRAIN
Distance DIST
Heart Rate HRM
Speed SPD
Cadence CAD
Dual sensor DUAL
Multiple sensors MULTSENS
Set time SET TIME
Location LOCT
Daylight saving DST
Adjust ADJ
Key tone TONE
Auto Scrolling SCROLL
Stopwatch STW
Clear storage CLS
Basic Care For Y our Rider 20
Taking good care of your Rider 20 will reduce the risk of damage to your Rider 20.
Do not drop your Rider 20 or subject it to severe shock. •
Do not expose your Rider 20 to extreme temperatures and excessive moisture. •
The screen surface can easily be scratched. Use the non-adhesive generic screen •
protectors to help protect the screen from minor scratches.
Use diluted neutral detergent on a soft cloth to clean your Rider 20. •
Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or make any modifications to your Rider 20. Any •
attempt to do so will make the warranty invalid.

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