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PowerTap G3 Rear Track Hub

PowerTap G3 Rear Track Hub

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PowerTap G3 Rear Track Hub

Analyze the power curve of your kilo, get the most out of your standing start, and see where you can conserve in the points race. The 331-gram PowerTap G3 Track Hub makes you faster with smarter training and racing. You can also track your Training Stress Score (TSS) and Chronic Training Load (CTL) for long-term gains and staying within your personal physical limitations to avoid over-training. The low-profile G3 hub is made of light, durable aluminum with wide flange spacing for increased stiffness. It's accurate to within +/-1.5% and is ANT+ capable for use with your favorite compatible cycling computer (sold separately). Plus, all the electronics are held within a small, easily removed outer cap.

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    20-Hole 012527011742 30040
    24-Hole 012527011759 30041
    28-Hole 012527011766 30042
    32-Hole 012527011773 30043
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    • Hard to install 
    • Poor quality 

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    Not worth the hassle

    By BBG

    from Seattle, WA

    About Me Competitive Cyclist

    Pros

    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Poor Quality
    • Tough to Install

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      Had a terrible time getting accurate readings from this; not sure if it was something screwy with the auto-zero or what, but the data I got would *always* decline in quality over the duration of training sessions. It'd be accurate at first, and then without fail, every single time I'd see that I was holding 600 watts at 20mph and other absurdities. Worse, installation became painful. Inexplicably, the non-drive side axle shortened? So I couldn't even attach the wheel without putting the track nut on backwards...which isn't sustainable.

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