The 10 Best Bike Power Meters

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This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in November of 2018. If you want to take your riding to the next level, a bike power meter can push you forward, as it shows your strengths and weaknesses and gives you rich data that'll help you make training decisions. While using one is an easy choice, finding the right one can be tricky, since your budget and equipment will determine which is perfect for you. We've got plenty of options to get you started, though. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Quarq DZero Aluminum

2. Favero Assioma Uno

3. PowerTap C1 Chainrings

Editor's Notes

December 05, 2018:

Investigated options that make sense for various budgets, including the Velocomp Powerpod on the lower end and the Garmin Vector 3 and Shimano Hollowtech II on the higher. Chose the Favero Assioma Uno and Quarq DZero Aluminum as top choices thanks to the way they blend durability and a strong range of features without over-the-top pricing.

4. Gen 3 Stages Power L

5. RaceFace Cinch

6. CatEye 4iiii Ultegra 6800

7. PowerTap P1S

8. Garmin Vector 3

9. Shimano Hollowtech II

10. Velocomp Powerpod

Melissa Harr
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