How do power meters work?

Useful training tools and great way to pace yourself

Power Meters Video
Strain gauges, whether in the crankarm, rear hub, pedals, or crankset spider, measure the work you are doing on the bike.

Strain gauges, whether in the crankarm, rear hub, pedals, or crankset spider, measure the work you are doing on the bike.

By now most of you likely understand the draw of using a power meter. These handy devices provide real time measurement of the work you are doing on the bike regardless of outside factors. They’re exceptionally useful training tools and a great way to pace yourself during long sustained efforts. But how do they actually work? The crew from the Global Cycling Network explains.

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