Hot News: New Verve InfoCrank provides bilateral power measurement

Gear Power Meters Series Sea Otter Classic

The increasingly crowded power meter market welcomed its latest member at the Sea Otter Classic with the unveiling of the Verve InfoCrank. Developed by a team of Australian engineers, the new watts measuring device is claimed to provide true left and right data output via integrated modules in the crankarms. It requires no calibration and users can change batteries themselves. Other features include automatic temperature compensation and integrated cadence sensors in each arm.

The InfoCrank retails for $1,750, which includes the power meter, full alloy Praxis Works Levatime cold-forged crankset and bottom bracket, and an O_Synce Navi2Coach head unit, which is on par with a Garmin 510. The device transmits via ANT + protocol, making it compatible with most other units currently on the market if you want to use something besides the Navi2Coach.

Gearing options are 50-34 and 52-36. Crank length options are 170mm, 172.5mm, and 175mm. Bottom bracket choices include BB30, press-fit and standard English. The crankset has a compact 110mm BCD five-bolt spider and 150mm Q-Factor. Claimed battery life is 500 hours.

Availability is slated for early June and the unit will only be sold on-line through the company’s website. Verve is taking pre-orders now. More info at www.vervecycling.com.

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About the author: Jason Sumner

An avid cyclist, Jason Sumner has been writing about two-wheeled pursuits of all kinds since 1999. He’s covered the Tour de France, the Olympic Games, and dozens of other international cycling events. He also likes to throw himself into the fray, penning first-person accounts of cycling adventures in British Columbia, Belgium, Brazil, Costa Rica, France, and Peru among many others. Sumner, who joined the RoadBikeReview.com / Mtbr.com staff in January, 2013, has also done extensive gear testing and edited a book on cycling tips. When not writing or riding, the native Coloradoan can be found enjoying the great outdoors with his wife Lisa.


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