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Saris Announces Trade In Program For Power Meters & A Chance To Win Ultimate Indoor Cycling Experience

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Saris-CycleOps-ContestSaris Cycling Group, owners of Saris racks, CycleOps and Powertap have announced two new programs. Through November 30th, you can trade in an old and ineffective power meter for up to 30% off of a new Powertap wheelset. Additionally, there is a photo contest to show your training space, tag your photo with #MyCycleOpsStudio, and potentially win a brand new indoor cycling setup.  Learn more about both programs after the jump…

Saris-CycleOps-Grand-Prize-PackageThe #MyCycleOpsStudio photo contest is already going, and ends on November 14th at 11:59 CST, so get those photos posted!  The grand prize pictured above is a complete renovation of your indoor cycling space, along with a new bike and other Saris gear.  All you have to do is take a picture of your indoor cycling space, and post it to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest by the deadline, tag your photo, and finish the sentence #MyCycleOpsStudio makover will: _____.  Full contest information can be found here.

Powertap-HubSaris’ power management segment, Powertap, is giving you up to 30% off to trade in for a new, modern power measurement system.

From Powertap: Today PowerTap launched a trade in for cyclists who train with power. Now through November 30th, the trade in program will allow cyclists to upgrade to the most accurate power meter on the market. In exchange for an old or ineffective power meter, PowerTap will offer up to a 30% discount on select wheelsets.

“This trade in program offers an ideal opportunity for cyclists to upgrade to a better product with better accuracy,” said Justin Henkel, PowerTap Product Manager. “With over a decade in the industry, PowerTap offers a long standing record on being tested, trusted, true. It’s our slogan for a reason, after all.”

PowerTap will utilize their industry-leading customer service team for this trade in program. Power meter owners interested in trading up will need to contact the PowerTap customer service team at 1-800-246-5975 and let them know what power meter they’d like to exchange. From there, customers will be given a unique discount code for use on PowerTap.com and will be provided a return authorization to facilitate the shipment of their exchanged power meter.

The following power meters are eligible for the PowerTap trade in program: iBike, Garmin Vector, Pioneer, Power2Max, Quarq, Rotor Power, SRM, Stages, PowerTap PowerCal and older PowerTap models. Offer only available to US residents.

Full trade in program details are available at powertap.com/tradein

 

 

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Durianrider
Durianrider
8 years ago

The 4iii’s precision is about to hit the market in 5 weeks. Will be interesting to see the power meter industry reaction to a 399$ unit.

Reformed Roadie
Reformed Roadie
8 years ago

“Ultimate Indoor Cycling Experience”…almost an oxymoron.

King
King
8 years ago

The ultimate indoor cycling experience is to get outside…

Logic
Logic
8 years ago

Indoor cycling is a necessary evil for anyone that has a job, a family, and a passion for cycling. We don’t always have the time to head out and sometimes, depending on the weather, it may prove to be pointless. If it happens to be -22F outside with slippery conditions, a safer, more effective workout can be found indoors. That being the case, why not have a nice setup to better enjoy your time there.

I’m in no way affiliated with Saris but own several of their products and have had either warranty related inquiries or general inquiries both met with exceptional service. Saris continues to impress in this regard.

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