Here’s answers to why road cyclists should use a power meter, how to train with one, when it’s right to get in and whether you need the latest features. 4,998 more words
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One issue I see with power meters – when you go beyond just using it for day-to-day training and start to compare the data with that from other power meters or over a longer time period – is that although most manufacturers give some number about the accuracy of their devices, usually in the 2-3% range, they really give you just that single number. 1,989 more words
PowerTap P1 pedals, C1 chainrings, G3 Disc Hub, Joule GPS+ unit. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com
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PowerTap’s P1 pedal-based power meters look super interesting, completing the company’s offering over several locations for power measurement.