Quarq Dzero Carbon Power Meter Crank Arms Gxp
Quarq DZero Carbon Power Meter Crank Arms GXP. The DZero essentially combines all of the features that Quarq has teased out of the lab over the past decade, plus a few improvements. Chief among these developments is the power meter itself, which saw a healthy amount of retooling for the DZero model.
Quarq Sram Red Dzero Power Meter Crankset Package Bb30
Quarq SRAM Red DZero Power Meter Crankset Package BB30. The BB30-compatible Quarq SRAM Red DZero Power Meter Crankset Package is the brand’s definitive road race model, so you’ll be seeing it on bikes throughout the peloton for the foreseeable future. We added a pair of SRAM’s top-tier chainrings, eliminating the extra step of finding and mounting your own.
Quarq Sram Xx1 Eagle Dzero Power Meter Crank Arms Bb30
Quarq SRAM XX1 Eagle DZero Power Meter Crank Arms BB30. With the latest XX1 model, all of that technology is paired with hollow Carbon Tuned XX1 crank arms, which can safely be dubbed the epitome of the last decade of SRAM’s R&D. Unlike the standard XX1 Eagle and vanilla XX1 cranksets, which are direct-mount, the DZero Eagle features a four-bolt spider compatible with an X-Sync 2 or X-Sync 104 BCD chainring, depending on your drivetrain.
Rotor 2inpower Powermeter Crankset Package
Rotor 2INpower Powermeter Crankset Package. The 2INPowermeter Crankset Package combines Rotor’s flagship powermeter with Q-Rings that aim to reduce the dead spot in your pedal stroke. Since the 2INpower crank arms are Cummings’ weapon of choice and oblong chainrings have been repeatedly proven in theory by Froome, we can only assume the combination means that you’ll be measuring watts with less wasted effort. The theory of oval rings is simple: not every point in the pedal stroke contributes as efficiently to propelling the bike forward, so limiting time spent at those dead angles is a win for watt production.