Saturday, October 1, 2011 12.00pm
By Jeff Jones, Cycling Plus
The Dynometer surprised us with how poor it was. The ride felt blocky and dead; riding at any effort was a struggle, even with varying amounts of tyre pressure.
Another problem was the computer. It’s meant to read time, power, cadence, speed and heart rate, but while cadence and heart rate worked, the power curve didn’t track well with our PowerTap (considered to be accurate) and would under-read by a little to a lot. The mount itself was also too big for our oversize bars, even with the rubber spacer.
This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine.
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