If the Giro D’Italia has got you itching to up your cycling game, you might just be after a new power meter. To lend a hand in your search we’ve updated our favourite picks based on the very latest prices. So check out our recommendations below and grab a great deal today!
Best single sided pedal power meter
Our pick: Powertap P1S
The Powertap P1S single sided pedal system is a fantastic bit of kit, and still our top pick. 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, the best price remains unchanged and you can pick the P1S 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 again we had to go with the Powertap P1 in this category. It’s a lot cheaper than the Garmin Vector 3 and the Powertap P2 and we’re not convinced many people will notice the difference. This month the price remains unchanged and 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 still 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: Avio PowerSense
Another crank based power meter – but this time you’ll need to install it on an existing crank. This saves you a bunch of cash, but does involve a bit more effort. You can pick one up for just £199 from Tweeks Cycles, making it one of the cheapest power meters available. You can buy a fitting kit or Google the materials and buy them individually.