Power Meter

Power2Max NGeco Power Meter: Details // Install // Data Review

After many requests I finally have my hands on a Power2Max NGeco power meter and have put it through the Lama Lab! This video covers all the details…. including being swooped by magpies while testing this out on the road.   Type: Spider Based Power Meter. Accuracy: ±2% (Now upgradable to ±1% €100 at time […]

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IQSquare Power Meter: Details & Data [Single Side Road Pedal]

The story behind the IQSquare budget cycling power meter and how things have progressed since their April 24th 2018 project launch has been rocky. There’s a LOT of interest in this from backers and non backers alike. As the second anniversary of the original backer delivery date for this Kickstarter power meter quickly approaches, I’ve […]

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ROTOR INSpider Cycling Power Meter: Details // Install // Data Review

Rotor INSpider Power Meter – The modular spider based follow up meter to the 2INPower from Rotor that’s compatible with their Aldhu, Aldhu24, and Vegast cranksets. I’ve been using this power meter for over a month collecting more data than ever putting this unit through over 30 hours of testing. Features: • Standard: ROTOR Direct […]

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XCadey XPOWER-S Cycling Power Meter: Details // Data Review

Cadey XPOWER-S Cycling Power Meter is the cheapest spider based power meter on the market today coming in at US$299. This power meter was put up against the Lama Lab Test indoors and Lama Leg Test outdoors with progressively better results after a number of firmware updates were released addressing some issues I encountered. It […]

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SRAM RED/Force AXS Power Meter Spider: Details // Review

This week I put the SRAM RED/Force AXS 107 BCD Power Meter Spider to the test indoors and out. Based on Quarq DZero technology the results were as expected from a company who’s been in the cycling power meter game for over 10 years. Technical Details: – 107mm BCD – Compatible with Force 2X chainrings […]

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Power Meter Pedals: Favero Assioma // Xpedo SPD Hack // Gravel Power!

Converting a set of Favero Assioma DUO power meter pedals into Shimano SPD compatible pedals for off-road/gravel grinding is possible! This is one of the best unofficial and warranty voiding hacks I’ve seen. In this video I cover the process from A to Z – including modification of my MTB shoes to ensure they have […]

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QUARQ DZero DUB Power Meter: Details // Install // Data Review

The QUARQ (SRAM) DZero DUB power meter has been put through the Lama Lab indoors and put to the test outside with brilliant results. Here’s the details, unboxing, installation, and data review from a number of rides. Stay tuned for more information around the recently released MagicZero calibration function. Quarq DZero DUB Power Meter Spider […]

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GIANT PowerPro Power Meter 2020 Edition: Details // Data Review

The updated PowerPro Power Meter from Giant released on 2020 model bikes. A slight redesign to be almost unnoticeable on the bike. This video covers the tech specs and data review from a number of rides with the latest firmware on this power meter. Tech Specs: – Shimano Based Crankset (This is an Ultegra R8000 […]

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InPeak PowerCrank (Gen 2) Power Meter: New Firmware // Details // Data Review

The InPeak PowerCrank Gen II power meter receives an important firmware update today addressing a number of issues identified in the Lama Lab. I’ve covered this power meter a few months ago, but this update made the experience worth revisiting. Unit Specifications: Type: Single Sided Power Crank (Shimano Ultegra 6800) Frame Compatibility: 10mm between crankarm and […]

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Favero Assioma Power Meter: IAV Cycling Dynamics Update // Firmware 4.04

The long awaited and anticipated update to the Favero Assioma power meter pedals was released today. Firmware 4.04 with IAV Cycling Dynamics. Favero are implementing ONLY the Pedal Phase component of the CD standard. There’s no Platform Center Offset (PCO). So…..  they’re half way there. All the details are covered in my YouTube video below:

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