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Christie O’Hara shows us the latest Rotor Power which is two individual power meters in one and the Rotor Q-Rings.

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Rotor Power

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Power Detail

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Power User Changable Battery

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Power Strain Gauge in Both Crank Arms

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Power Cranks Fit many Ring Types

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Power

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Power

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Power

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Power

  • Dual POWER (Strain Gauges in each crank arm)
  • Intelligent DATA
  • ANT+ Compatible
  • Optimal Battery Efficiency (standard battery life of 300 hours. )
  • The battery is a common size (CR2477). No tools required for replacement.
  • One Size Fits All
  • MTB and Road Versions
  • MAS (Micro Adjust Spider)
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Rotor Q-Ring

  • Road and MTB
  • Sizes to fit various crank set manufacturers
  • New Size to fit Specialized Crank sets
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Rotor Cranks

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Rotor Cranks

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Rotor Q-Ring and Crankset

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Rotor Q-Ring and Crankset

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Rotor Q-Ring

  • Road and MTB
  • Sizes to fit various crank set manufacturers
  • New Size to fit Specialized Crank sets
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Rotor Q-Rings

  • Road and MTB
  • Sizes to fit various crank set manufacturers
  • New Size to fit Specialized Crank sets
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Rotor OtherComponants

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Rotor MTB Q-Rings

Rotor Q-Rings do not eliminate the dead-spot, but help to reduce its negative effects, moving the legs easier through the dead-spot imitating a smaller circular chainring, and enabling the legs to remain in the power stroke for a longer period of time when compared to round chainrings. Q-Rings change the equivalent tooth size by decreasing it before the dead-spots and increasing it when the rider is in the power mode (when more power is available at the pedal down stroke). A 44T MTB Q-Ring, around the upper dead-spot is equivalent to a 42T, but as the pedal goes down and more strength is applied (just passed the maximum power moment), the equivalent chainring tooth size reaches 46T.
  • Road and MTB
  • Sizes to fit various crank set manufacturers
  • New Size to fit Specialized Crank sets
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