PowerTap was one of the first players in the world of power meters, setting an early standard for innovation with their hub-based design in the late 1990s. Their new C1 and P1 meters expand that same level of performance to the chainrings and pedal, greatly enhancing versatility and options for cyclists.
With much excitement PowerTap, the Madison-based cycling power meter manufacturer, has announced their P1 pedal power meter roll out complete with dates.
Now 30% Lighter than Previous Generation.
Purchase of a select PowerTap wheelset includes free CycleOps Fluid2 Trainer
PowerTap is excited to announce the addition of 3 great new wheelsets to our product line up.
PowerTap will now be offering a two year warranty worldwide for all their power meters, including their new GS line. This new warranty doubles the length of their previous 1 year warranty in many countries, making it consistent worldwide and the longest in the industry.
What do you get when you pair PowerTap's industry-leading technology with the renowned quality of DT Swiss engineering? High performance power accuracy in a bomb-proof shell.
Free Power Training Webinars Hosted by Hunter Allen - Peaks Coaching Group
PowerTap today announced that the leaders in endurance sports coaching, Carmichael Training Systems and Peaks Coaching Group, have selected PowerTap as a preferred power meter.
Seven weeks ago, PowerTap made a commitment to ramp up its efforts and dedicate additional resources to the brand, and today PowerTap is excited to announce that it is already seeing gains from these efforts, and is passing them along to the customer.
Saris Cycling Group – which owns the Saris, CycleOps and PowerTap brands – is ramping up its efforts and dedicating additional resources to develop new products and promote PowerTap as its own brand.
CycleOps waited a long time to release the successor to the hugely popular, original Cervo computer. It was well worth the wait though, because the Joule, the newest computer in the Saris CycleOps lineup, is a true gem. The new supercomputer is a boon for not only the data junkie, but for anyone looking to get the most from both their body and computer.
Powermeters have long been a chore to setup, maintain, and always demanded a distinct weight penalty. Things are changing though - with the explosion of ANT+ wireless resulting in the fantastic Garmin 705, continued developments in PowerTap hub design, and the completely redesigned Zipp 404s, well, the future is now.