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SRM Campagnolo Power Meter Cranks – Official Photos, Specs

SRM Campagnolo powermeter crankset and cycling computer to measure power output
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SRM Campagnolo powermeter crankset and cycling computer to measure power output

Sure, we saw these back in August at Eurobike where they made a few other upgrades to their products, but they just sent over this glossy photo and some final specs. The set starts shipping December 1. Here’s the specs, full PR after the break:

Technical Specifications PowerMeter:

  • Crankset: Campagnolo Ultra Torque™ 11-speed crankset with CULT™ bearings and stainless steel axle,170mm – 175mm
  • Bottom Bracket: Campagnolo CULT™ bearing (included), bottom bracket cups not included
  • Chainrings: Campagnolo Standard 53/39 11-Speed (135mm BCD)
  • Weight: 779-786 grams (includes SRM PowerMeter, Campagnolo cranks, chainrings, and CULT™ bearings)
  • Accuracy: ± 1.5% *Displayed power reading
  • Battery Life: 1,400h

Technical Specifications PowerControl 7 Aluminum:

  • Durable 6061 aluminum top case, gray anodized
  • Laser etched SRM logo
  • 130 hours ride time and memory (@1 second storage interval)
  • Weight: 78g


PRESS RELEASE: SRM Training System is proud to announce the launch of the Campagnolo PowerMeter complete with distinctive PowerControl 7 aluminum head unit. Uli Schoberer, owner and founder of SRM, collaborated with the Campagnolo design team and engineers to develop a unique PowerMeter and crankset combination capable of delivering accurate and precise data while maintaining the superiority and classic aesthetics of the Campagnolo brand.

Campagnolo designed an Ultra Torque™ crank arm specifically for the SRM PowerMeter featuring an opening to access the retaining spring of the bottom bracket. The cranks will be available in 170mm, 172.5mm, and 175mm with a Q-Factor of 145.5mm. The Ultra Torque™ is Campagnolo’s offering in the integrated crankset sector presenting “lightness, rigidity, and efficiency of power transmission.” With technology containing CULT™ (Ceramic Ultimate Level Technology) the SRM Campagnolo Powermeter will demonstrate maximum smoothness and wear resistance. SRM Campagnolo PowerMeter users will also benefit from Campagnolo’s X.P.S.S™ shifting system (Extreme Performance Shifting System) guaranteeing superior speed and precision.

The SRM Campagnolo PowerMeter has been race tested and approved by the Team Omega Pharma-Lotto. During the 2011 season the team trained and competed with the SRM Campagnolo Training System, contributing valuable data and feedback on the exclusive system. In addition, Philippe Gilbert and André Greipel won several races including stages of the 2011 Tour de France riding the SRM Campagnolo Training System.

The design team at SRM combined rider feedback with research and testing, resulting in an enhanced accuracy of ±1.5%. An improved strain gage design, circuit components and manufacturing process are all important factors in SRM’s continuing innovation. As a testament to SRM and Campagnolo’s reliability, quality, and durability, a three year warranty will be included on cranks, bearings, PowerMeter, PowerControl, and batteries.

The complete SRM Training System purchase includes the unique PowerControl 7 Aluminum (PC7) and all accessories (heart rate belt, speed sensor, multi-charger, download cable, handlebar mount, cadence magnet and SRM software). The PowerMeter Only option allows customers to purchase the SRM PowerMeter separately to be used with other ANT+Sport™ compatible devices or for a second bike with a shared wireless PowerControl. Availability:

The SRM Campagnolo PowerMeter is now available to pre-order with shipping on December 1st.


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An Alternative Aero Engineer
An Alternative Aero Engineer
12 years ago

At last. OK, now we have a brand new TT groupset and a PowerMeter. I thought it would never come to this…
But here is the last (but not least) question: when will we see cleats WITH RUBBER? I’ve been using Campagnolo Record pedals for years but the cleat design is getting on my nerves more and more. These cleats wear out in split second.

12 years ago

Take new cleats
Spray on plastidip
Profit until rubberized cleats are released.

12 years ago

You won’t see new Profit pedals since Campy isn’t making the Profits anymore.

It’s good to see that SRM isn’t in danger of reducing their prices.

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