Specialized Launches S-Works Dual And Single Power Meters

Specialized launches S-Works Dual and Single power meters

Specialized was already one of the very few brands to sell bikes complete with power meters, but it has now become the only bike brand to have its own power meter stock on its bikes with the new Tarmac SL6 Disc. The S-Works $1,150 / £995 Dual and $750 / £650 Single power meters are, as their names imply, dual-sided and single-sided power meters integrated into carbon S-Works cranks. Tested: S-Works Power meter on S-Works Tarmac SL6 Disc Shimano Dura-Ace R9100-P power meter review Specialized partnered with 4iiii for the design and manufacture of the strain-gauge-based meters, which are built into the inside of the carbon arms. Specialized is claiming their system to be the lightest and most precise on the market. The claimed weight is 440g for a 172.5mm crankset – but without chainrings, which is how the meter will be sold. On the Tarmac Disc, the cranks use ...

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