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Rotor confirms 2INpower meter will offer dual-sided power measurement

Rotor confirms 2INpower meter will offer dual-sided power measurement

Mark Renshaw’s Cervélo S5, sporting the 2INpower cranks at the Tour Down Under We’re at the Tour Down Under and it’s already offering up a bevy of bike-based treats. Here you can feast your eyes on a prototype version of Rotor’s new 2INpower power meter, being ridden by Australian rider Mark Renshaw (Dimension Data).

Rotor has confirmed to BikeRadar that it’s a dual-sided power meter, rather than left-side-only as the previous version was. It is however said to “share some characteristics” with Rotor’s INpower meter – though your guess is as good as ours what they might be. We’re a little puzzled by the crank pinch bolt and bearing preload cap on the non-drive side crank though: we’re a little puzzled by the crank pinch bolt and bearing preload cap on the non-drive side crank though Crank pinch bolt and bearing preload cap? Hmm…

Our photos from the Tour Down Under suggest that the left-hand side of the prototype 2INpower looks like a normal crank, as it appears to be a crank pinch bolt and bearing preload cap, similar to Shimano cranks. Take a look at our photo above, from Mark Renshaw’s Cervélo S5, and decide for yourself.

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