Earlier this year, SRAM had a surprise announcement. After years under the Saris roof, the PowerTap brand had been acquired by SRAM. Rather than replacing or rebranding the products as Quarq, SRAM said that the new-to-them products would sit alongside current crank based power meter options.

PowerTap G3 hubs and P2 Pedals relaunched for sale through SRAM dealers

A few months later, the SRAM PowerTap products are now available for sale through stocking SRAM dealers. The G3 hub will be offered in 24, 28, and 32 hole options for $499 for the rear hub. The P2 pedals on the other hand will sell for $899 a set and include a set of 6° cleats and the required AAA lithium batteries. Both are available now (except the 28h hub) from stocking SRAM dealers or directly through the Quarq website below.

quarq.com

1 COMMENT

  1. And where, exactly, are the centerlock-compatible G4 hubs that PowerTap announced _last_ year?

    TBH, if I have to wait anyway, I’m far more interested in the new SRM SPD-based powermeter pedals that were just announced.

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