This Podcast is was originally published on November 10, 2008, I have updated it with our new Podcast host information and I have updated the relevant links. I am representing it now. I hope you enjoy it, Joey I have always felt that there was something missing when you compare riding a Spinning bike indoors with riding outdoors; an understanding (or some measurement) of how much power you are actually
After interviewing representatives from both Saris and Keiser, I have watched the debate about Indoor Cycling Bikes with power readings i.e. Keiser M3 vs. CycleOps Pro 300PT, with great interest. The CycleOps Pro 300PT IC Bike uses a version of their “Powertap” hub to sense torque. The Keiser M3’s method of sensing torque isn’t obvious so I decided to dig a little deeper and get some answers. I sent
In the world of Indoor Cycling 2.0, every bike would have a Joule. Joule provides an intuitive and customizable dashboard for managing all the metrics needed to tell you what you’re doing during a ride. At any moment you can see power, heart rate, cadence, speed, time and other basic data. Unfortunatly it only works with the CycleOps Pro 300PT 🙁
Here is a great video on proper bike setup that features Angie Sturtevant from CycleOps.