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Shimano Dura Ace 9000 - Stages powermeter - left arm

Shimano Dura Ace 9000 - Stages powermeter - left arm

    $322 USD
  • 167,5
Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 - Stages Power Meter - Left arm

Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 - Stages Power Meter - Left arm

    $588 USD
    $719 USD
  • 172.5mm
  • 170mm

Power meters

Are you looking to enhance your training on your road bike? You need a good power meter to gain insights into your performance and data. Check out our selection of power meters for road bikes here.

Power Meter for Road Bikes

Once upon a time, technology and measuring equipment like power meters were reserved for professional cyclists who meticulously monitored their performances and sought opportunities for improvement on their bikes.

That's no longer the case. Today, power meters have become more common equipment for recreational cyclists and amateurs who want the best possible data foundation to improve their training and performance on the bike.

Power meters are also crucial tools for triathletes, where they can make the difference between success and failure.


What are watts and power meters?

Watts are a method of measuring the work you do – in other words, how hard you pedal.

It's a more objective measure than, for example, heart rate, which can vary from day to day, or speed, which depends on the type of terrain you're riding in or the weather conditions at a given time.

Watts, on the other hand, are not influenced by other factors but are measured solely based on how much energy you exert in your pedal strokes.