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ENHANCE YOUR RIDE ! TRADE IN AND UPGRADE TO A NEW CYCLEOPS TRAINER

ENHANCE YOUR RIDE ! TRADE IN AND UPGRADE TO A NEW CYCLEOPS TRAINER   Trade-in any used indoor bike trainer and receive up to 20% off a new CycleOps device. We’ll gladly take your old trainer – any brand – off your hands.   From now until June 30th is your time to upgrade.   […]

Travis Johnston reviews the CycleOps PowerSync Trainer

CycleOps PowerSync Trainer – by Travis Johnston Very rarely does one get to experience Christmas twice in a year but I was lucky enough to join the CycleOps team last month and have access to some incredible facilities and equipment. I must let you know that getting into the team is no mean feat. I […]

May 26, 2015 Post Comment CycleOps

Power 201

Advance your power training knowledge with this in-depth overview.

Power 101

Whether you’re new to power training or just looking for a refresher, we’ve got you covered with this introduction to power.

Trade in your power meter, upgrade to accuracy and save up to 30%

Trade in your power meter, upgrade to accuracy and save up to 30%. You heard it here: ‘We want your old power meter’. In exchange, we’ll give you up to 30% off any PowerTap Power Meter. As a power meter owner, you know the secrets of training with power. You know what it’s like to ride with […]

December 11, 2014 Post Comment PowerTap

Power Meter Accuracy & Consistency

Power Meter Accuracy and Consistency are not the same thing. The key advantage of power-based training is the range of power metrics that allow us to measure our progress against a structured training programme, or informally. Clearly the metrics depend on the quality of the raw data recorded by our power meters.  As they say, […]

September 22, 2014 Post Comment PowerTap

CycleOps SA and Tim Noakes

August 20, 2014 Post Comment CycleOps

Virtual Online Racing Cup

July 2, 2014 Post Comment CycleOps

Indoor Climbing Calculation

Here’s a rough rule of thumb …. 1. Note your Normalised power (NP) for the activity from the Power Agent download (if you don’t have NP then use average power ). 2. Note your energy consumption (E) in kJ 3. Calculate what your total mass (M) would be if you were riding (i.e. you+bike+kit+Camelbak etc) […]

February 1, 2012 Post Comment PowerTap