A solid power meter at a good price — with a huge battery-life claim of 800 hours.
The supported roller system offers interactive resistance but requires a separate power meter for full functionality.
Single- and dual-sided power measurement based on the Speedplay Zero pedal.
A compact, wheel-on trainer, and power meter pedals were on display — but not yet for sale — at the recent Rouleur Live event, in London, UK.
Here's what's making cycling tech headlines on Monday, July 19.
Slightly bigger and bulkier than Shimano XT/XTR pedals, but power measurement is reliable and durability seems good.
New Rally family of power-meter pedals come in one- and dual-sided versions for between $649 and $1,199. The $199-$249 pedal bodies are interchangeable, too.
Is a power meter a help or a hindrance for riding and racing gravel? Rambleur's Kristen Legan and Shimano's Nick Legan have different perspectives.
Sweet Spot is between high zone 3 and low zone 4. It's where you get the most bang for your training buck.
When some of your watts go straight to the mud flying off your rear wheel, you know it’s important to control your power carefully.
Tech editor Dan Cavallari and editorial director Ben Delaney discuss the expanded role of the power meter as it's used for riding indoors.
Tour de France organizers boasted that the 2019 route was the "highest Tour ever" — does that mean it will be exciting for fans?
World champion Valverde says a power meter ban might not change classics, but it could impact the Tour de France.
Top Roubaix riders agree: Power meters aren't so important on the cobblestones. The racing remains unpredictable and exciting.
This episode is all about POWER. We dig into the history of power meters and how they can make you faster with Hunter Allen.
Working with the University of Colorado’s Human Performance Lab, Specialized creates new power meter testing protocol.
Alberto Contador loves the trend toward short, mountainous grand tour stages. He also wants power meters banned from racing.
Lennard Zinn helps a reader sort out rim options for his Powertap and considers cleaning techniques for disc-brake road bikes.
Electronics giant updates its power offering with lighter, more streamlined crank-based meter and new head unit
Looking to up your training game? Dig into the numbers, but don't over-analyze them
Garmin’s long awaited pedal-based Vector power meter arrives on the heels of half a decade of development
Lennard Zinn samples new tech, including the Minux helmet cam, TRP Parabox-R and more
Spanish component maker unveils power meter that allows left/right force, torque efficiency and pedal smoothness monitoring
New Quarq spider allows riders to use Specialized cranks with power
Lennard Zinn discusses mixing up gearing, power meters and chainsets
Playing with a working model of the Brim Brother's cleat-based power meter
Editor's Note: The following article first appeared in the March 2011 edition of VeloNews magazine.
Quick Look: Garmin ready to deliver its pedal-based power meter next spring; plus a quick review of the new Edge 200 computer
A heart-rate-based power calculator, a 1,250-gram wheelset with a power meter and a power-comparison website are among the upcoming offerings from Saris, the company behind the popular PowerTap and CycleOps brands.
LZ fields questions on Mario's bikes, disc brake rotors, seized bottom brackets and power meter drag
Frank Overton analyzes Rory Sutherland's power data from stage seven of the Amgen Tour of California.
Frank Overton analyzes Rory Sutherland's power data from stage 5 of the Amgen Tour of California.
From stage 3 of the Tour of California, we have analyzed the power data from UnitedHealthcare’s GC leader, Rory Sutherland.
A small Irish company may have a perfect approach to measuring just how much power you're putting out on the bike.
Look shows a pedal-based power meter built around its Keo platform and designed to communicate with Polar cycling computers.