Power Meter-Maker Stages Launches Smart Static Trainer

Joseph Delves Wednesday, September 4, 2019 - 11:49 StagesBike aims to compete with new products Wattbike, Wahoo and Tacx US$2,600-2,800 Noted power meter maker Stages wants you to consider handing it over more space than just the backs of your crankarms. Its just-launched StagesBike trainer is a full-sized static bike with standard contact points and studio-level durability. Not the first time Stages has released such a product, it already produces many of the static bikes found in higher-end gyms. However, crucially this is its first model to feature smart resistance control. Using the same Generation 3 dual-sided left-right power meter as ridden by multiple Tour de France winners, the StagesBike brings the brand’s offering up to par with the rest of the market. Image 7 of 7 Image 7 of 7 'Some riders remain unaware of our vast history and knowledge base drawn from building equipment for the fitness club ...

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