Sram acquires PowerTap power meter business

Sram acquires PowerTap power meter business

Peter Stuart 12 Apr 2019 American drivetrain company Sram has acquired PowerTap to compliment its range of Quarq power meters Sram announced yesterday that it has acquired PowerTap’s line of power meters from its parent group Saris, which includes the now-historic line of PowerTap hubs and the hugely popular P2 Pedal system. Sram is best known as a giant of drivetrain manufacturing, but its subsidiary Quarq has also made a name for itself in chainset spider-based power meters which have been increasingly incorporated as an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) spec on Sram-equipped bikes. Sram eTap AXS, for instance, is available with an integrated Quarq power meter. Sram says that PowerTap will now be incorporated into the Quarq family of products, meaning we may see an increase of integration of power products into other Sram-equipped products. PowerTap PowerTap belongs to the parent company Saris, which also owns indoor training brand Cycleops. ...

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