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Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 Power Meter Crankset
$1,349.99 - $1,549.99
Shimano's R9100 series crankset achieves the ultimate in optimal power transfer. It does this through its broader Hollowtech II arm and a more reinforced outer chainring on its unique asymmetrical four-arm spider construction. The R9100 cranks set the highest standards for stiffness and lightness. With the first integrated power meter, you can expect extremely accurate data. The FC-R9100-P is Shimano’s first power meter, as well as Shimano’s first crank-integrated power meter on the market. It retains its unique asymmetrical four-arm spider construction, but with a ‘brain’ mounted on the inside. On its crank arm are the strain gauges. Working perfectly in sync with each other, you can use the extremely precise power data to improve your performance. - Accurate real time data - Compatible with 3rd party displays - Bluetooth / ANT technology - Hollowtech II construction - Hollowglide chain - 11-speed compatible - Waterproof in all conditions - ±2% accuracy of strain gage measured power - Integrated rechargeable battery - Simple zero reset with switch on transmitter - Average weight (170mm, w/o BB): 691 grams (53-39T)/679 grams (50-34T)
SRAM RED AXS Power Meter Upgrade Kit
$819.00
- AXS enabled for easy monitoring and firmware upgrades - Fully integrated power meter into a direct mount chainring - Power readings are accurate within +/-1.5% and aren't affected by climate conditions during a ride - Power balance measures left and right legs separately - SRAM X-SYNC wide-tooth, narrow-tooth chainring technology provides maximum chain control - Laser-etched chainring finish is more durable - 8-bolt direct mount compatibility only to RED and Force eTap AXS cranks. - Speeds: 12 - Chainring material: Aluminum - Power Meter Type: Ant USB
SRAM RED Quarq Power Meter Crankset
$1,089.99 - $1,199.99
The crankset is the heart of your bicycle and where you’ll find the SRAM RED Quarq power meter. The sole job of the crankset is to convert the effort from both legs to forward motion. It is the perfect place to measure power. This power meter works for every discipline: Road, triathlon, time trial, and cyclo-cross. The chainrings are replaceable should your bike, discipline, or ability change. - A direct force power meter that measures total power output from both legs with +/-1.5% accuracy - Works for every discipline: Road, triathlon, time trial, and cyclo-cross - No compromises on materials, shifting, wheels, or pedal choice - Proven by pro teams and athletes throughout the world – Cobbled Classics, Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España, World Championships - Number 1 at the Ironman World Championship for the last three years - Uses a hidden bolt to mount the chainrings – compatible SRAM chainrings ensure the derailment pin lines up behind the crank arm - 10K – programmed with over 10,000 data points to eliminate temperature effects on power measurement - AxCad – A multi-axis accelerometer switches the power meter on and measures cadence, simplifying installation and operation - Breakthrough Materials – Exogram hollow carbon fiber crank arms – the lightest, strongest crank arms SRAM makes – minimize weight and maximize speed [ELSA RS, ELSA R and SRAM RED] - Easy to use (and reuse) – LED indicator and visible ANT+ ID - The replaceable CR2032 battery never leaves you without power - Manual and automatic zeroing make it truly set and forget - Built to Last – IPX7 waterproof rating, 2-year warranty, free firmware updates, and acclaimed international support - Moves with you from bike to bike - With Quarq's free Qalvin app – available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android – you can set the zero offset, check battery voltage, run diagnostics, and perform firmware updates for free Arm Material: Carbon arms, Machined alloy spider Weight: 778 grams (GXP 172.5mm 53x39 BB not included) * Chainrings and BB sold separately
PowerTap C1 Chainrings w/Sensor
$699.99
The C1 chainring is a full featured, crank-based power meter that features dual-sided measurement. The FSA-made, one-piece chainring design provides added stiffness for shifting no matter the terrain. Available in 53/39, 52/36 and 50/36 chainring tooth options for 5 bolt, 110 BCD cranks, the C1 mounts to existing hardware on the bike. Additionally, dual band ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART connectivity make the C1 an obvious choice for riders looking for more features and better value.
PowerTap Joule GPS+
$229.99 - $249.99
The Joule GPS+ does everything the original Joule GPS did - and then some. Our newest cycling computer acquires GPS in the blink of an eye, seamlessly connects directly to the PowerTap Mobile App for automated ride downloads and comes with an eye-catching PowerTap orange back case. Using the PowerTap Mobile App the GPS+ gives you freedom to choose between ANT+ or Bluetooth SMART without having to think about it.
Pioneer SGX-CA500 GPS Cycle Computer
$299.99
Pioneer's power meters are simply some of the best power-monitoring systems on the planet, and the SGX-CA500 computer is your chance to get the most out of your power meter and have a world-class data display. Pioneer has created the first, and only, power meter that measures power output and pedaling stroke efficiency for each individual leg, and the SGX-CA500 lets you analyze this data in real time. A few quick swipes give you access to your state-of-the-art ride data, and intuitive controls allow for scrolling, zooming, and screen customization to let you see what you want, when you want it. The 1.87-inch LCD screen makes it incredibly easy to see critical data, even if you are on the rivet up the final climb. As an added bonus, users of Shimano’s Di2 electronic road bicycle shifting system can now utilize the SGX-CA500 to track gearing and system status as they ride. - Delivers high functionality for practical situations, in a small, lightweight (75 g) package - Visualizes pedaling state and efficiency through graphical displays of force vectors (when used together with a pedaling monitor sensor) - Enables new modes of training focused on pedaling skill development - Displays over 100 data types, such as power, cadence, speed, and incline, all in real time - Easy, intuitive touch-panel operation, even when wearing full-finger gloves - Upload data to Cyclo-Sphere, our online data analysis service, via USB or Wi-Fi connection (Wi-Fi Internet connection required) - Weight: About 75 g - Dimensions: 58 mm (W) x 58 mm (H) x 19 mm (D) (without projection parts) - Connector: microUSB - Water-resistance: This device has a water-resistance rating of IPX-6/IPX-7 - Communications system (sensors): ANT+ - Communications method (network): Wi-Fi - Positioning system (latitude/longitude): GPS - Positioning system (altitude): Atmospheric pressure sensor - Display: 160x128 pixel, horizontal 1.87-inch outdoor type, Black and white touch panel (resistive touch display) - Built-in flash memory: 4 GB (user available capacity 3 GB) - Guaranteed operational temperature range: -10 to 50°C - Charging temperature: 0 to 45°C - Power supply voltage: DC 5V - Battery type: Lithium-ion battery - Battery operating time: Approximately 12 hours (the battery operating time may decrease depending on the operating conditions) - Charging time: Approximately 4 hours (Power off or normal charging) - Accessories: Bracket, USB cable, Strap, Quick Start Guide, Warranty card, Important Information for the User - Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
Garmin Vector
$1,499.99
Garmin brings power to the pedal with the Vector. Built in conjunction with Look Keo pedals, the Vector offers precise power measurement in a rugged, ultra-convenient, discreet package. Garmin encased sensitive strain gauges inside the stainless steel pedal spindles for years of durability and accuracy to within +/- 2%. The Vector is essentially two separate power meters and measures power from both legs, meaning you have the data to correct discrepancies between your left and right sides. Now you can eke out those last few watts and maximize your pedaling economy. Switching the pedals and pods between bikes is blissfully hassle-free and takes less time than getting kitted up. The pedal bodies are built of tough, light carbon, while the battery/ANT+ pods hang protected beneath the crank arms. At a nimble 312 grams including pedal weight, the Vector is one of the lightest power meters available.
Quarq DFour Power Meter Crankset
$1,179.99
When Quarq set out to build their next-generation power meter, they wanted to build the best-performing power meter for every facet of cycling and triathlon, and for riders at every level. Like its Quarq brethren, the new DFour measures power in the heart of the bicycle — the crankset spider, scientifically proven to be the place for the most accurate measurement. With a new measurement circuit, revised strain gauge design, improved accuracy throughout the pedal stroke and software advances built into the Qalvin App, the DFour represents the state of the art in power meter technology. Every innovation in Quarq’s next-generation DZero platform is channeled into the DFour Power Meter Crankset. It embodies 10 years of Quarq technology advances with new features such as dual Bluetooth low energy and ANT+ wireless data transfer, the new Qalvin BLE app and compatibility with BB386EVO bottom brackets. - The DFour power meter is a bolt-on upgrade for Shimano’s 11-speed Dura-Ace 9000, Ultegra 6800 and 105 5800 drivetrains. - Must be paired with a compatible SRAM bottom bracket. - ELSA RS power meter owners can upgrade using the DFour Power Meter Spider. - Free firmware upgrades with the Qalvin app. - Compatible with BB30 bottom bracket. - BB30 versions ship with the spacers and wave washer required for BB386EVO installation.
CycleOps ANT+ Micro USB Adapter
$19.99
The ANT+ Micro USB adapter allows on-the-go devices (OTG), such as your Android phone or tablet, to connect to an ANT+ USB stick. Android OTG compatible devices require ANT+ Radio Service and ANT+ USB Service to be installed from the Google Play store. These services allow the adapter to work correctly with an ANT+ USB stick.
Quarq DFour91 Power Meter Chassis
$1,179.99
Every innovation in Quarq’s next-generation DZero platform is channeled into DFour: 10 years of Quarq advances in power meter technology, plus new features such as dual Bluetooth low energy and ANT+ wireless data transfer, revised circuitry, a new strain gauge design and the new Qalvin BLE app. The DFour91 is designed for Shimano’s Dura-Ace R9100 chainrings. It uses Quarq’s lightweight, sturdy ExogramTM carbon crank arms. GXP and BB30 versions work with every bottom bracket shell, including BBright and BB386EVO. - DFour is designed for Dura-Ace 9000 chainrings and compatible with Ultegra 6800 and 105 5800 chainrings - DFour91 is designed for Dura-Ace R9100 chainrings - Must be paired with a compatible SRAM bottom bracket - 8-bolt power meter owners can upgrade using a DFour or DFour91 power meter spider - Bluetooth low energy technology and ANT+ wireless data transfer - AxCad -- no cadence magnet required - 10K Temperature Compensation - Battery — CR2032, 200-hour battery life, change without tools - OmniCal — swap chainrings without affecting accuracy - 2-year warranty - IPX7 waterproof rating - Accuracy — within 1.5%, measuring both legs - Chainrings and bottom bracket sold separately
Easton EC90 SL CINCH Power Meter
$599.99
The CINCH Power Meter utilizes spindle-based power paired with our highly adaptable EC90 SL Crankset giving you the flexibility to evolve your setup to your needs. Racing 1x for CX? Done, 2x for road? Simple. Changing from 170mm cranks arms to 172.5? You don’t have to buy a new power meter, just move the spindle. Fitting EC90SL to a mountain bike BB shell? Consider the 134mm MTB spindle. With an easily-accessible 400+ hour rechargable battery, The CINCH Power Meter only adds 65g to the EC90 SL’s industry-leading lightweight crankset, providing you cadence readings and calculated pedal efficiency in a clean and protected spindle. And with the CINCH App, you can check battery levels, install updates and calibrate your power meter on the fly.
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