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Rotor 2INpower MTB Powermeter CranksetDiscover where you're weakest or strongest in each leg – or both at once.A dual-sided power meter can reveal how well you ride; 2INpower will tell you the truth about how you can improve. 2INpower measures power individually in each leg to provide precise data about balance and power output in order to demonstrate where improvements can be made to pedaling performance.
Are power meters only for pros?
Cycling intensity is measured in watts (what’s a watt?) “a watt is a physical unit of energy generated during a certain time period.” Power is a direct measurement of force applied to the crank over time and provides the cyclist’s true output(or wattage).
Product features - 2INpower MTB Powermeter
- Battery: Li-ion Akku + USB-Cable
- Working time: 250 Hours
- Starin gauges: 4 gauges in the axle, 4 in the right crank
- Wireless technology: ANT+™, Bluetooth Smart
- Transmitted Data:
- TORQUE 360
- Torque effiency (left/right)
- Control unit: ANT+™ compatible bike computer
- Analysis-Software: Trainingpeaks.com/ROTOR
- Crank-Software: ROTOR 2INpower-User software
- Compatible with: ROTOR OCP Direct Mount Chainrings
- Axle: 30mm
- Q-Faktor: 163mm
- Chain line: 49mm
- Material: Aluminium 7055 100 % CNC
- Compatibility Bottom Bracket:
- Oval and round Chainrings: 9-/10-/11-speed
- Length (please select):
- 645g (Manufacturer information)
Scope of delivery
- 2INPower Powermeter MTB Crankset
TechnologyTDS - How we make aluminum cranks lighter
ROTOR´s CNC-machined cranks feature our Trinity Drilling System, which is a process that drills three full-depth holes along the axis of the crank. This allows us to remove excess material from the crank arm resulting in a lighter crank without compromising its exceptional stiffness-to-weight ratio.
Get to know your best effort
OCA stands for Optimum Chainring Angle and is one of the proprietary metrics offered by ROTOR INpower and 2INpower. OCA is closely linked to ROTOR Q-Rings, as it helps to find the proper chainring setup. OCA determines the angle in degrees, measured from the upper dead spot (with the cranks perpendicular to the floor) in which the effort barycenter (area enclosed by the torque/force curve) is shown in the TORQUE 360 graph.
ROTOR’s Twin Leg Concept boasts the stiffest possible crankset by balancing the cranks’ left-to-right stiffness. There is no point in making an ultra-stiff right crank arm if the left crank arm doesn’t measure up. By designing the cranks as a real set — not just two individual arms, TLC offers the most-balanced cranks possible.
Marcin Q.Comment:Einfach perfekt!