Australian cycling journalist Rupert Guiness with UK cycling journalist John Wilcockson and Graham Watson at the 2012 Tour de France. Image: R. Guiness.
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Pioneer Gen 2 Power Meter

Available in left side, right side, or both, the Gen 2 Power Meter from Pioneer measures output 12 times per revolution on both left and right sides, enabling comprehensive data collection for analysis. The system integrates with Shimano Ultegra and Dura Ace components at present. It’s rated IPX6/IPX7 water resistant to cope with any wet weather conditions and even immersion.

The cranks are Ant+ enabled so they’ll pair with most GPS head units that integrate power readings, or you can opt for a full Pioneer suite with their touch screen SGX-CA500 Computer which has the added benefit of providing real time graphical display of pedalling force and direction. The cranks also support Wifi connectivity for easy downloading of data after a ride, and magnet and zero calibration are very easily done with just the push of a button.

WITHOUT CRANKS:
Right power meter system: $799.95
Left power meter system: $799.95
Dual-sided power meter system: $1,499.00

WITH COMPLETE CRANKSETS:
Dual-sided with Ultegra 6800 crankset: $1759.00
Dual-sided with Dura ace 9000 crankset: $2,099.00

WITH LEFT CRANKS:
Left power meter system with Ultegra 6800 crank: $899.95
Left power meter system with Dura Ace 9000 crank: $999.95
Pioneer SGX-CA500 Computer $389

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Australian cycling journalist Rupert Guiness with UK cycling journalist John Wilcockson and Graham Watson at the 2012 Tour de France. Image: R. Guiness.

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Capable of measuring left and right leg power at 12 points per rotation consistently at +/- 2% accuracy, the Pioneer unit can assess power balance and outline room for improvement.

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