Now that the weather’s getting warmer and the days are getting longer, April is the month that everyone’s getting back out on their bikes. So is it also the month to be buying a power meter? we’ve rounded up the best power meter deals at the time of writing. So read on and decide for yourself!
Best single sided pedal power meter
Our pick: Powertap P1S
The Powertap P1S single sided pedal system is a fantastic bit of kit. Although power is only measured using the left hand pedal, you do still get two pedals in the kit – so no worries about them not matching! This month, you can pick this up for a bargain £379.99 at Probikekit. Or click the button below to see the latest pricing from all retailers.
Best dual sided pedal power meter
Our pick: Powertap P1
Bit predictable, but we had to go with the Powertap P1 in this category too. So much cheaper than the Garmin Vector 3 and the Powertap P2 and we’re not convinced many people will notice the difference. This month, you can pick them up for just £549.99 at Probikekit. Or click the button below to see the latest pricing from all retailers.
Best left side only crank based power meter
Our pick: 4iiii Precision
The main two options in this space are 4iiii and Stages, and 4iiii prices are currently a lot more competitive. Starting at Shimano 105 level, you can pick them up from £289.99, but the price varies a lot depending on the groupset you have. Check out the link below to see the latest pricing for each groupset level from all retailers.
Best alternative power meter
Our pick: Velocomp Powerpod
A less traditional option is the Velocomp Powerpod, which takes a different approach to measuring power than the usual strain gauge options. You can pick one up for just £229.99 from Probikekit, making it one of the cheapest power meters available. Check out the link below to find out more and see the latest prices from all retailers.