£ 339.00. Start to train and race smart with the Stages Cycling Shimano 105 5800 Power Meter Crank – Left Arm Only. No longer reserved for pricier crank models, the 105 version takes Stages Cycling’s Accelerometer based cadence and power measurement to a whole new audience with ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart capability.
Stages Left Arm Power Meter 105 5800. Tour Proven. Stages Power has carried riders to three consecutive Tour de France victories, plus many more world and national championships. With Stages, Active Temperature Compensation comes as standard equipment in each power meter.
Stages Cycling shook up the power meter market in 2012 with the introduction of their left-side crank arm power meter. Unlike previous power meters at the time, the Stages measured left leg power only. This meant you simply swapped out your current crank arm for a new, power equipped one.
Stages power meters are the most popular in the world, and you really can’t go wrong with them when it comes to balancing performance and value. Best price for each Stages power meter In the table below we’ve listed the best deal currently available for each model.
This Stages Power L Shimano 105 5800 Black 172.5 Blemished saves you big. A slight factory blemish means a deep discounted. Full Warranty. Free shipping.
For 105 (FC-5800) riders Stages offers a power meter as a replacement non-drive crank arm for existing 105 5800 model cranks. Riders looking to add power to their existing crank need only select length, as the Stages Power meter for 105 fits all styles of 105 crankset, including: compact and standard. We offer both standard and black finishes.
STAGES CYCLING G3 L – SHIMANO 105 5800 POWER METER. Upgrade your training and ensure every session counts, with the Stages Cycling G3 L Shimano 105 5800 Power Meter. With a low profile design, and adding only 20 grams to the base crank arm, you can ensure a lightweight set up, ready to help you achieve your goals.
Jun 17, 2015 · For the past two-and-a-half years, I’ve been testing the Stages power meter on and off, letting a few friends try it out between my own testing. It’s a seemingly simple device, just stuck on the inside of your non-drive crank arm to measure left leg power …