Power meters are a growing part of the cycling world and very important gadgets for people who are interesting in serious training and racing. Very much like the smart trainers looked at on TitanumGeek, I review power meters using the Zwift Gear Test protocol
The Kinetic InRide power sensor allows a simple upgrade of existing Kinetic Trainers. But how effective is that powermeter on Zwift?
At the end of last year, the 200-pound fitness gorilla which is Garmin decided to get into the running power game. In typical Garmin style, they haven’t done it in the simplest of ways. Garmin Running Dynamics Pod is perhaps the most straightforward way to access Garmin’s power data. Let’s take a look!
The Garmin Vector 3 pedals have undergone a dramatic change since Vector 2 – the comms pods have gone, and in has come Bluetooth, making this these pedals the first Bluetooth SENSORS from Garmin. So looks stylish, and good on paper, but should consider them fro Zwift? – Start the Zwift Gear Test!
LIMITS power meter was originally created through an Indigogo funding campaign looking to make the powermeter at a price that would make “it possible for everyone to own a power meter”. Have LIMITS managed to create a power meter for the masses? let’s find out! In power meter Zwift Gear Test
The Favero BePro pedals basically came out of nowhere on the power meter market in 2015. But two years later they have launched their successor to the BePro the ASSIOMA – let’s take a look at what has changed, and should you consider them for use in your Zwift Cave, with a Zwift Gear Test!
It is not often that you get new players coming in the power meter market, and pretty much getting it right straight out of the gate, but Favero, an electronics giant in Italy happens to have managed that with the BePro pedals. Given these are a relatively inexpensive power meter pedal, sounds like we need…
I’m excited to announce my first long-term partnership on TitaniumGeek, with CyclePowerMeters.com. So what does that mean for the site, and what is going to be the benefit to you the reader? Let me explain…
The PowerTap PowerCal is a bit of an odd device. A heart rate meter, which also estimates your wattage output when cycling. In such a small package, the PowerCal might be the definitive travel equipment for Zwift, but with a MAJOR question: How does the power reading compare with strain gauge derived power meters? It…