SRAM acquires PowerTap product line from Saris

MONTEREY, Calif. (BRAIN) — SRAM has acquired the PowerTap line of bicycle power meters from Saris. The product line includes the PowerTap P2 Pedal power meters and the PowerTap G3 Hub power meter line. SRAM said it plans to incorporate the PowerTap power meter products into its Quarq product portfolio, which includes DZero power meters, ShockWiz suspension tuning assistants, and TyreWiz tire pressure sensors. "Way back in 2006 when I started Quarq, PowerTap was the dominant power meter solution. The accuracy and durability of PowerTap hubs were the standard of power meter performance and set a high bar for us to meet," says Quarq founder Jim Meyer. "It's very exciting to now bring PowerTap products into the SRAM/Quarq product family. The future product opportunities are enormous." "We are proud of our accomplishments in the power meter sector," Saris' president and COO, Jeff Frehner, said. "We took a product category exclusively ...

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