"Push Your Limits"
Power is the most significant metric to maximize performance - With a Pioneer power meter, riders have a complete training tool that provides the clearest picture of their strength and stamina over time and distance. Knowing the average wattage needed to compete, for example over an entire 100 mile club ride or a final sprint to the finish line, is the kind of critical understanding a modern day cyclist needs for the most effective training.
The Pedaling Monitoring System provides a multitude of metrics; precise power measurement and detailed analysis of your pedaling efficiency are valuable tools for increasing your capabilities as a cyclist. These tools can provide useful information both during and after training sessions. The result of increased power and pedaling efficiency leads to an overall gain in performance and endurance. When seconds count, and having the power to push through is needed, using these details to design/improve training can take an athlete all the way to the podium. Strain sensors that detect minute changes are attached to the left and right crank arms allowing for the calculation of power for left and right sides independently in real time. The system analyzes the pedaling rotation every 30 degrees and accurately displays pedaling efficiency. The ability of this power meter; to measure both "useful" and "loss" forces in pedaling efficiency is revolutionary and holds the key to finding the most effective pedal stroke, both visually while riding utilizing the 2.2" color LCD touchscreen cycle computer with cutting edge graphic displays, customized viewing layouts and rugged durability, as well as post-training by using the “Cyclo-Sphere” dedicated cloud service. Uploading ride data to the “Cyclo-Sphere” allows you to identify problems to be solved for the next race, compare data with previous rides and freely make use of data to meet your athletic performance goals. Data can be reviewed in many chart/graph options and shared with your coach as well as your social media friends and fans.