I just purchased and received the Crosscurrent S2 from Juiced Bikes. It was on sale and really seemed like a good deal. I wanted the torque sensor for more bicycle realism. After a while I might buy another bike but want a fat tire bike. I really like the Juiced Ripcurrent but am looking at others. The new Aventon Adventure looks good and is quite a bit cheaper but doesn't have a torque sensor. However, instead of just the cadence sensor like all their other bikes have, it also has a speed sensor. Now surely this isn't the regular sensor that measures the bike's speed because all the bikes have this. So what is it? After a little research I have learned that a cadence sensor doesn't measure a bikes cadence, just that you are pedaling or not pedaling. So is the speed sensor a true cadence sensor? If so, is it much more realistic than just a cadence sensor- in Aventon's case?