StageONE power meter uses a strain gage and an accelerometer to measure output
Stages Cycling makes the StageONE in 14 models to address road, mountain, track, cycle cross, downhill, and BMX
The StageONE power meter adds 20 grams and keeps a low profile
A range of StageONE models fits many groupos
Cycling power meters generally need to be affixed to the crank with wire ties, magnets, brackets or double-sided tape. The StageONE from Stages Cycling is a power meter that comes pre-installed on the left crank arm component of a bike. It uses a strain gauge and an accelerometer to capture power output data, which is transmitted via ANT+ and Bluetooth to compatible cycle computers and smartphone apps. Most important of all, it's makers claim it's cheaper than existing cycling power meters on the market.
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