All you need to know to measure your wattage
Power meters are increasingly becoming the tools of choice for cyclists looking to improve their fitness. Measuring wattage is currently the most accurate way to tell how fit you are on a bike.
Direct measure power meters come in many different varieties: housed in crank spiders and crank arms, hubs and pedals. They're expensive pieces of equipment, starting at around £600 / $800 and going up from there.
BikeRadar's power meter page brings you all the latest reviews, news and guides on these popular gadgets.
Articles Tagged power-meter: News Reviews
The world’s first true double-sided mountain bike power meter
First Look Reviews
A generally reliable training tool with undeniable convenience
Dependable data with a stronger ANT+/Bluetooth signal than ever before
First bike brand with its own power meter — on an excellent disc race rig
Quarq’s improved power proposa
Sturdy and seemingly accurate overall, but imbalanced left-to-right
Revised model offers greater accuracy
Which meters will the team use this year?
New right-side meter works alone or can be paired with existing left-crank meters
News Interbike News News
New three-piece system addresses frame compatibility limitations
First Look News Video
Why owning a power meter is a great idea
French brand Look to provide the carbon cranks
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"We can’t deliver your power meter, and we can’t provide a refund"
We check out Zwatt's prototype models
Stages-style power meter can be purchased on crank or added to the one you own
News Best Buys
Updated: nine meters, tested against each other, ranked and reviewed
Pedal-based system becomes more affordable
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Top-grade Shimano ring-compatible power meter
Medical device company partners with Cylance Pro Cycling team for launch
The granddaddy of power metering
Does heart-rate training still have a place or are power meters now essential to success?
Four big launches planned for 2016, but Japanese giant stays coy on the details
Single-leg and dual-leg power meters cut by about 30%
News Buyers Guides
What to look for in a watt-measuring tool
Plus increased compatibility for 2016
Updated: Cheapest direct measure power meter coming soon
New, slender Stages meter seen on Chris Froome's Pinarello at the Tour
Power-meter assembly in Boulder, Colorado
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