PowerTap

PowerTap have been involved with monitoring cyclists power for several decades. Over the years their products have come under the Saris and CycleOps names as well as PowerTap. Their range of products is limited to 3 main power metering systems but these key products satisfy the majority of cyclists. They have the Powertap G3 power metering hub, now in it's third generation, the Powertap C1 power metering chainring and the bi-laterally superb Powertap P1 power meter pedals (plus the P1S with power monitored in just one pedal)



PowerTap Power Meter Reviews

  • Powertap G3 Hub Review

    If you are considering a wheel upgrade and want TOTAL power from a robust and reliable power meter consider the Powertap G3. The G3 Power Hub was first introduced in 2005 and has undergone many upgrades. Available for Shimano, Campagnolo and SRAM in a wide variety of spoke options. A hugely popular power meter that keeps getting 5/5 star reviews from owners around the world.

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  • Powertap C1 Chainring Review

    The Powertap C1 Chainring  is a fully featured, crank-based power meter. A popular product due to it's dual-sided power measurement. It's not true bi-lateral / independent power balance measurement. Instead, the power balance data is an accurate estimation of left versus right power. Power output is accurately recorded by the strain gauges built-in to the chainring.  This system connects to both ANT+ and Bluetooth compatible devices ...

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  • Powertap P1 Pedals Review

    Similar in design to the Garmin Vector 2 power meter pedals the Powertap P1 pedals offer ease of installation and bi-lateral dual sided power monitoring. The Powertap P1 provide the same proven PowerTap accuracy and reliability found in their cranks. An advantage of the P1 system is that their electronics are housed INSIDE the pedal, keeping it safe from damage. Available in DUAL sided or cheaper P1S SINGLE sided version ...

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