After months of being treated to various and sundry announcements from Pioneer regarding the much anticipated availability of their crank-based power meter for Shimano’s new Dura-Ace 9100 groupset, at long last the Japanese electronics giant will begin shipping the new power meter next month.
As promised, the new power meter will feature the same ability to measure single or dual-sided power output with real-time analysis, providing both Force Vector and Torque Vector graphics and Pedaling Efficiency via Pioneer’s dedicated HD cycling computer, along with the brand’s accompanying Cycle-Sphere cloud-based app, which can provide cyclists with detailed analysis to manage their ride metrics from as many as 199 different points data, and view up to 8 GPS connected measurements side-by-side.
The power meter will be available in both one-sided or dual-sided power options, in compact (50×34), mid-compact (52×36) and standard (53×39) sizes, with crankarm lengths of 165mm, 170mm, 172.5mm and 175mm.
Pricing from Pioneer is $629.99 and $1499.99 respectively.
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