Stages Drops the Price of all its Power Meters

The power meter wars are in full thrust and consumers are winning. The latest win, Stages announced a drop in price for its entire power meter range with immediate effect.

Starting now, a Shimano 105 single-sided power crank arm will cost $299, down from $429. The entire lineup moving from there is reduced as well.

Talking about the price drops, Stages vice president Pat Warner:

Stages Power meters revolutionised the power measurement category when we launched seven years ago, making a tool once reserved for paid professionals available to any cyclist, regardless of their goals.

These even more affordable prices are fueled by innovation in efficiencies at our Boulder, CO factory, innovations driven in part by the continuing robust growth of our indoor business which supplies power meter-equipped bikes to thousands of fitness clubs around the globe.

From the start, our dream has been to let any rider train like a pro, and these new pricings will help even more riders realise their own dreams.

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