Stages adds on single and dual leg power meters for Shimano XT, XTR & GRX cranksets

Stages Cycling has just added three new power meter upgrade options for Shimano’s latest gravel and mountain bike cranksets. Choose from single-side options for GRX, XT and XTR, or get dual-leg options for the mountain bike cranks. As with all of their add-on power meters, they claim +/-1.5% accuracy, an IPX7 water resistant design, and light 20g weight.

stages dual leg and single leg power meters for new shimano xt and xtr 12-speed cranksets

stages dual leg and single leg power meters for new shimano xt and xtr 12-speed cranksets

The installed price for the dual leg (aka “LR” for Left Right) with a new set of XTR cranks is $1,299 (£1,199/€1,299/$1,799AUD). Or, send in your own XT or XTR cranks and they’ll do a factory install for $399 (single side, either side) or $749 (dual side).

stages power meter can be added to a shimano grx gravel bike crankset

If you’ve got a new gravel bike with Shimano’s GRX group, they’re now offering a single-leg version for the non-driveside crank arm. They say there’s some clearance and fit issues with getting one on the drive side cranks for now. Price is $579 (£479/€559/$799AUD),

All of them use Stages’ accelerometer-based cadence measurement, so you won’t need any magnets or other add ons to get that data, too. Active temperature compensation keeps it from fluctuating along with your energy levels.

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Jack Curzon
Jack Curzon
3 years ago

The factory fit option isn’t available outside of US and Canada which is a bit meh if you ask me.