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CyclingTips podcast, Episode 30: Is your power meter as accurate as you think it is?

In 2012, Stages Cycling singlehandedly blew the power meter market apart when it launched its single-sided, crank-based unit. Whereas nea...

New 2017 bikes and components on display at the Tour Down Under

The Santos Tour Down Under is the first WorldTour race of the year and it's not just new bikes that are on display. There's also an array...

When a crowdfunded product fails: The rise and fall of the Brim Brothers power meter

After eight years in development, a highly successful crowdfunding campaign, CEO Barry Redmond announced last week that Brim Brothers was...

Verve Cycling InfoCrank powermeter review

Verve Cycling is a relatively new Australian company and their first product is the InfoCrank powermeter. Rather than emulate strategies ...

Taipei Cycle Show 2016: New tech from Full Speed Ahead, Ritchey, and Rotor

Full Speed Ahead goes modular for new cranksets plus fresh bars, stems, and seatposts The explosion of road bike sub-categories has thoro...

PowerTap releases new pedal and chainring powermeters

PowerTap, highly regarded as one of the pioneers of powermeter technology, has released two new powermeters into the company's portfolio ...

Power2Max Type S Powermeter review

The Type S is the second iteration for Power2Max's crank-based power meter design. The new design offers greater compatibility and weighs...

Quarq ELSA RS power meter review

Quarq has been refining its crank-based power meters since 2006. The company's latest road crank, ELSA RS, features a four-bolt spider sp...

Powermeter shoes and a factory tour: behind the scenes with Luck

Editor's Note: One of the many highlights from this year's Eurobike was Spanish shoe manufacture Luck’s prototype power meter that was bu...

Pioneer Gen-2 Powermeter Review

Pioneer isn't a company you think of when talking powermeters. However, inside the US division of the company are a number of cycling ent...

Stages Powermeter Review

There have been a number of advancements in powermeter technology in the past year and all this competition is a fantastic thing for cons...

Garmin Vector Review

It’s been a long wait for Garmin to release their pedal-based Vector power measuring system and now that it's finally been released, I ju...

Interbike Day Two | Powermeters

There are a lot of interesting powermeter developments for 2013, so on day 2 of Interbike we focused on what was going on with the establ...

Gerro's Milan-San Remo Power Analysis

Have you ever wondered what it would take to win a classic like Milan-San Remo? What it would be like to follow Cancellara's wheel while ...

Garmin Vector First Look

Over the weekend was the first public showing of the Garmin Vector powermeter at the Ausbike Expo. The guys from Garmin were flat out sho...

AIS Power Profile Testing

Every season when I start to get serious about my training again I'll do some performance testing to establish a baseline and to set my t...

Quarq v.s. Powertap - Powermeter Review

I've been a bit of a powermeter freak for about 7 years now and have a hard time imagining training without one. This isn't to say that y...

Wattbike Review

Brett (the sales and marketing manager) delivered the WattBike to my place a few weeks ago so I could get to know the product.  Since I g...

Noosa Grand Prix

Images courtesy of pelotonImages.com except where noted On Saturday evening was the annual Noosa Grand Prix. The massive 7500 competitor ...

Passion, Performance and Powermeters

Australian cyclists have had a massive amount of success recently.  Of course we can all give our opinions for the reasons behind this, b...

SKCC Albert Park GP

Photos by James Broadway. Love your work James! This past weekend St. Kilda Cycling Club (SKCC) hosted the first annual Albert Park Grand...