The Favero Assioma Duo are lightweight power meter pedals whose price tag undercuts the market
When power meter pedals arrived on the scene they seemed like the ultimate solution. The pros: easily transferrable between bikes, unlike cranks; suitable for all rides, events and all weathers,…
The 4iiii Precision is a left-side-only, crankarm-based power meter that at 9g is the lightest on the market
Here is our long-term review of the PowerTap P1 Pedals and P1S single-sided version. It may be one of the most versatile and easy-to-install power meters on the market, but…
FSA has branched out from accessories like handlebars and stems into full groupsets; it's now dipped its toe into the power meter market with the new FSA Powerbox power meter
Garmin's dual-sided pedal-based power meter updates the original Garmin Vector
Quarq, sister company of SRAM, has had an update and called it the Quarq DZero power meter and what a great job Quarq has done
The PowerTap G3 Hub is a rear hub based power meter. It is one of the most established power meters on the market
We put the Rotor INpower power meter through its paces in a whole winter worth of testing, seeing if its single-sided design can match up to the big boys.
The Verve Infocrank power meter is the power meter of choice for British Cycling, but is it practical enough to be used day to day by amateur riders?
A few hundred miles in, and the Rotor power cranks haven’t put a foot wrong.
Our time with the Stages Shimano Dura Ace power meter has been somewhat up and down but thanks to good customer service and the inherent simplicity of the design we’d still recommend…