Cycling Power Meters

Cycling Power Meters

A cycling power meter is a device that you fit to a bike to measure the power output of the rider. Cycling power meters make use of strain gauges that usually deflect slightly on the application of force. Power is calculated by combining angular velocity and torque and a crankset cycling power Meters to pedal-based power meters and bottom bracket power meters, all which can reliably and efficiently measure your power output as you train.

Active Temperature Compensation (ATC)

Changes in environmental temperatures have the potential to impact on power meter readings. If a power meter does not take into account the changing temperatures throughout a ride, power may end up being inaccurate. To avoid this, the power meters come with temperature compensation in the firmware. ATC allows the power meter to actively keep all in check without you having to think about it.

Accurate and Consistent

To be able to monitor your training and ultimately track your progress with confidence, you need a device that is both accurate and consistent. Cycling power meters measure power directly using strain gauges and with the right power meter, you can easily determine if you have achieved your goals for a workout or race.

Portable and Easy to Install

As an athlete, you would find yourself training on more than one bike and in an ideal situation, you would train with power on all of the bikes. While swapping power meters from one bike to another may seem to be such a daunting task, it is actually fast and you can have the set-up up and running in no time. For instance, power meters installed on the pedals are easy and fast to swap between bikes and thread into almost all standard cranks.