SRAM Red Quarq DZero review

SRAM Red Quarq DZero review

Quarq power meters have always impressed us, with previous generations offering accuracy and reliability, and priced reasonably compared to the likes of SRM. 5 reasons to buy a power meter Shimano power meters to dominate 2018 WorldTour peloton Older Quarq units were straightforward to set up, but not without their quirks, like having to bond a magnet to your frame to get cadence readings, and relying on a Garmin head unit with ANT+ for communication duties. The new DZero comes from more than 10 years of development. It uses an inbuilt cadence measure called Axcad, which combines smart programming with the crank axle to accurately measure your pedalling rate. Quarq has put together a clever piece of programming called Omnical, which means no loss of accuracy should you switch from a 40-tooth ring to a 58 Setting it up is no more involved than fitting standard cranks, and the calibration ...

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