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PowerTap Bluetooth Smart Dual Speed/Cadence Sensor
$24.99
PowerTap's Bluetooth Smart Dual Speed/Cadence Sensor gives you the ability to monitor your speed and cadence with your favorite Bluetooth-compatible device. It's sleek and easy to mount on your frame.
Sigma Sport Rox GPS 11.0 Set
$259.99
The ROX GPS 11.0 Set contains an R2 DUO COMBO speed and cadence sensor and an R1 DUO heart rate transmitter to take your training to the next level. Connect with sensors and power meters via ANT+. Transfer data to smart phones and tablets via Bluetooth Smart and the SIGMA LINK app. The new Strava live segments, GPS track navigation, sport profiles, and many more features are guaranteed to make the ROX GPS 11.0 the ideal training tool for the most demanding cyclists. Bike functions: - Current speed (kmh/mph) - Average speed - Maximum speed - Current vs. average speed comparison - Distance - Training time - Duration - Calories - Clock (12/24h) - Date - Cadence - Average cadence - Maximum cadence - Average expansion - Average expansion uphill - Average expansion downhill Temperature functions: - Current temperature - Minimum temperature - Maximum temperature Altitude measurement functions: - Altitude - Incline (%) - Rate of ascent in m/min - Altitude profile graph - Altitude uphill - Maximum altitude - Distance up hill - Training time uphill - Average speed uphill - Average rate of ascent - Maximum rate of ascent - Distance downhill - Training time downhill - Average speed downhill - Average rate of descent - Maximum rate of descent - Average slope downhill - Maximum slope downhill Navigation functions: - Time to destination - Estimate time of arrival (ETA) - Distance to destination - Direction - Track view Lap functions: - Manual or automatic laps - Number of laps - Time in lap - Distance in lap - Average speed in lap - Calories in lap - Average altitude in lap - Maximum altitude in lap - Elevation gain in lap - Elevation loss in lap - Average incline in lap - Average decline in lap - Average rate of ascent in lap - Average rate of descent in lap - Average balance n lap - Average power in lap - Maximum power in lap - Normalized power (NP) in lap - Normalized power (NP) in last lap - Average cadence in lap - Maximum cadence in lap - Average heart rate in lap - Maximum heart rate in lap - Pedaling time in lap - Pedaling index in lap - List of laps - Average balance in automatic lap - Average power in last lap - Maximum power in lap Power functions: - Balance - 3 sec average balance - 10 sec average balance - 30 sec average balance - Average balance - Pedal smoothness - Power - Power in % FTP - Average power - 3 sec average power - 10 sec average power - 30 sec average power - Intensity Factor (IF) - Maximum power - Power in KJ - Normalized Power (NP) - Watt/kg power ratio - Power zones - Torque effectiveness - Power target zone Heart rate functions: - Heart rate - Average heart rate - Maximum heart rate - Minimum heart rate - % HR max. - Average % of HR max - Zone bars (heart rate/CAD/SPD) graph - Intensity zones (graph) - Heart rate (graph) Miscellaneous: - STRAVA live segments - ANT+ - Configuration of custom training programs - SRAM eTap - Shimano Di2 - Digital three-axis compass - Barometric altitude measurement - Sports profiles (incl. customizable training views) - Waypoints with custom text - Up to 100 hours log capacity - Backlight - Water tight in accordance with IPX7 - Graphic data evaluation in the DATA CENTER - GPS accuracy indicator - Battery capacity (in %) - Di2 battery status - Expansion - Di2 front gear - Di2 gear ratio - Di2 gears - Di2 rear gear
Specialized Power Cranks - Shimano 105 Upgrade Kit
$425.00
Whether you're looking to take your training to the next level or you simply want a better way to measure energy expenditure, a power meter is your best bet. And the Power Cranks 105 Upgrade Kit are no exception. With our lightweight power sensors on a Shimano 105 crankarm, it's the perfect way to enter the power meter game. The development of Power Cranks began with our Human Performance Team looking at riders in realistic scenarios on the bike. Historically, power meters have been validated by two different methods—one is by measuring the produced torque by applying a static, linear load to a crankarm or chainring, while the second uses a power generating motor to pedal the bike. Well, cycling is neither static nor linear, and humans apply power much differently than a machine. So, we found that neither of these methods answers the 'real-world' accuracy question. To get the best test for accuracy, in all types of riding scenarios, we built our own cycling treadmill, the WinMill, to measure power output to a known truth. This new benchmark lets us evaluate accuracy under all riding conditions—seated versus standing, various power and cadence levels, different weights, and a myriad of gear. This data acquisition process is our gold-standard for testing power meters, and through our testing and external validation from the Locomotion Lab in Boulder, Colorado, Power Cranks have been proven to have the highest accuracy in real-world scenarios (+/- 1.5%). The Power Cranks are also easy to live with, with class-leading temperature compensation firmware and waterproof enclosures. Calibration is only required during seasonal-type fluctuations in temperature, and the included wrench makes battery swaps a breeze. - +/- 1.5% real-world accuracy tested on the WinMill and validated by the Locomotion Lab in Boulder, CO. - Works with ANT+ and Bluetooth devices. - Easy set-up and diagnostics with the Specialized Power app. (iOS and Android versions available). - Shimano 5800 generation 105 left-side power measurement. - Right crankarm and spider NOT included. - Available in 170-175mm crankarm lengths.
Specialized Power Cranks - Shimano Ultegra Upgrade Kit
$525.00
Whether you're looking to take your training to the next level or you simply want a better way to measure energy expenditure, a power meter is your best bet. And the Power Cranks Ultegra Upgrade Kit are no exception. With our lightweight power sensors on a Shimano Ultegra crankarm, it's the perfect way to enter the power meter game. The development of Power Cranks began with our Human Performance Team looking at riders in realistic scenarios on the bike. Historically, power meters have been validated by two different methods—one is by measuring the produced torque by applying a static, linear load to a crankarm or chainring, while the second uses a power generating motor to pedal the bike. Well, cycling is neither static nor linear, and humans apply power much differently than a machine. So, we found that neither of these methods answers the 'real-world' accuracy question. To get the best test for accuracy, in all types of riding scenarios, we built our own cycling treadmill, the WinMill, to measure power output to a known truth. This new benchmark lets us evaluate accuracy under all riding conditions—seated versus standing, various power and cadence levels, different weights, and a myriad of gear. This data acquisition process is our gold-standard for testing power meters, and through our testing and external validation from the Locomotion Lab in Boulder, Colorado, Power Cranks have been proven to have the highest accuracy in real-world scenarios (+/- 1.5%). The Power Cranks are also easy to live with, with class-leading temperature compensation firmware and waterproof enclosures. Calibration is only required during seasonal-type fluctuations in temperature, and the included wrench makes battery swaps a breeze. - +/- 1.5% real-world accuracy tested on the WinMill and validated by the Locomotion Lab in Boulder, CO. - Works with ANT+ and Bluetooth® devices. - Easy set-up and diagnostics with the Specialized Power app. (iOS and Android versions available). - Shimano 8000 generation Ultegra left-side power measurement. - Right crankarm and spider NOT included. - Available in 170-175mm crankarm lengths.
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
Specialized S-Works Power Cranks - Dual-Sided
$1,150.00
No matter your skill level or experience on the bike, there's no better way to enhance your training and racing performance than by riding with a power meter. Lucky for you, Specialized has combined their incredibly light and stiff carbon fiber S-Works road cranks with dual-sided power measurement, making it the lightest (440g/172.5mm) and most accurate power meter available. The development of Power Cranks began with Specialized's Human Performance Team looking at riders in realistic scenarios on the bike. Historically, power meters have been validated by two different methods—one is by measuring the produced torque by applying a static, linear load to a crankarm or chainring, while the second uses a power generating motor to pedal the bike. Well, cycling is neither static nor linear, and humans apply power much differently than a machine. So, they found that neither of these methods answer the "real-world" accuracy question. To get the best test for accuracy, in all types of riding scenarios, Specialized built their own cycling treadmill, the WinMill, to measure power output to a known truth. This new benchmark lets them evaluate accuracy under all riding conditions—seated versus standing, various power and cadence levels, different weights, and a myriad of gear. This data acquisition process is their gold-standard for testing power meters, and through their testing and external validation from the Locomotion lab in Boulder, Colorado, Power Cranks have been proven to have the highest accuracy in real world scenarios (+/- 1.5%). The Dual-Sided S-Works Power Cranks utilize separate strain gauge systems to individually measure the effort produced by each leg. This maximizes the accuracy of your total power numbers, plus it helps you to better understand your performance as fatigue increases and when you're recovering from injury. And with class-leading temperature compensation firmware and waterproof enclosures, Power Cranks are easy to live with. Calibration is only required during seasonal-type fluctuations in temperature, and the included wrench makes battery swaps a breeze. - +/-1.5% real-world accuracy tested on the WinMill and validated by the Locomotion Lab in Boulder, CO. - Independent, dual-leg power measurement. - Works with ANT+ and Bluetooth devices. - Easy set-up and diagnostics with the Specialized Power app. (iOS and Android versions available). - Hollow carbon crankarms, carbon spider, and oversized alloy spindle offer superior stiffness and lighter weight than the competition—440 grams for 172.5mm crankarm length. - Fits Specialized road frames with OSBB or PF30 bottom bracket shell, as well as most BB30 road frames. - 110 BCD carbon spider (also compatible with 130 BCD carbon spider—sold separately). - Compatible with Shimano and SRAM drivetrains. Chainrings are sold separately. Use only with Specialized/Praxis chainrings 06217-1702 (52/36T) and 06218-1713 (50/34T). - Available in 165-180mm crankarm lengths.
Specialized Power Cranks Dura-Ace Dual
$1,500.00
No matter your skill level or experience on the bike, there's no better way to enhance your training and racing performance than by riding with a power meter. And for all of you Dura-Ace fans out there, we've combined our extremely light power sensors with a Shimano Dura-Ace crankset to give you the most accurate and precise power meter available. The development of Power Cranks began with our Human Performance Team looking at riders in realistic scenarios on the bike. Historically, power meters have been validated by two different methods—one is by measuring the produced torque by applying a static, linear load to a crankarm or chainring, while the second uses a power generating motor to pedal the bike. Well, cycling is neither static nor linear, and humans apply power much differently than a machine. So, we found that neither of these methods answers the "real-world" accuracy question. To get the best test for accuracy, in all types of riding scenarios, we built our own cycling treadmill, the WinMill, to measure power output to a known truth. This new benchmark lets us evaluate accuracy under all riding conditions—seated versus standing, various power and cadence levels, different weights, and a myriad of gear. This data acquisition process is our gold-standard for testing power meters, and through our testing and external validation from the Locomotion Lab in Boulder, Colorado, Power Cranks have been proven to have the highest accuracy in real-world scenarios (+/- 1.5%). The Dual-Sided S-Works Power Cranks utilize separate strain gauge systems to individually measure the effort produced by each leg. This maximizes the accuracy of your total power numbers, plus it helps you to better understand your performance as fatigue increases and when you're recovering from injury. And with class-leading temperature compensation firmware and waterproof enclosures, Power Cranks are easy to live with. Calibration is only required during seasonal-type fluctuations in temperature, and the included wrench makes battery swaps a breeze. - +/- 1.5% real-world accuracy tested on the WinMill and validated by the Locomotion Lab in Boulder, CO - Independent, dual-leg power measurement - Works with ANT+ and Bluetooth devices - Easy set-up and diagnostics with the Specialized Power app. (iOS and Android versions available) - Available in 170-175mm crankarm lengths - All models include 52/36T chainrings
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