POWEREDGE

PowerEdge is an innovative cycling app that turns
your phone into an accurate and portable power meter

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What is PowerEdge?

PowerEdge is an app for iPhone and Android devices that turns them into real-time, accurate power meters. Its patent-pending technology uses the cyclist’s info, 3D GPS coordinates, barometric and weather data to compute real-time power output. There is no hardware to install. 

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How does it work?

PowerEdge uses an advanced scientific model that factors in a rider’s kinetic energy and aerodynamic, potential, and frictional energy losses for different bikes and ride positions. It converts this into the rider’s power output using an advanced regression algorithm.

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How can I get it?

You can obtain PowerEdge from iTunes and GooglePlay. It is free to download and comes with a free 30-day trial subscription period. Using it is fast and easy. All you need to do is to create your unique user profile on the app and you are ready to start training with power

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Know Your Power

You can develop strong riding skills in just a few weeks of power training. Whether you are a cycling enthusiast, a competitive cyclist, or a triathlete, power training can effectively improve your fitness and results. Know your power, find your zones, and get on the road to being a stronger cyclist today.

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