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Rally XC Dual-Sided Power Meter Pedals

3 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
$1,199.99

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Why We Like The Rally XC Dual-Sided Power Meter Pedals

We're training harder to go faster on race day with the Garmin Rally XC Dual-Sided Power Meter Pedals installed on our favorite bikes. The pedals are easy as ever to swap, so we're investing in some good shoes and swapping this bit of tech between our mountain, cross, and road bikes this upcoming training season. The dual power meter pedals accurately measure power from both legs, giving us a strong and accurate base to jot down ever-increasing numbers.


Details

  • Dual-sided power meter works with any pedal-powered bike
  • Accuracy within 1% for optimal training
  • Included 2mm washer to adjust q-factor
  • Compatible with Shimano SPD cleats
  • Water-resistant to IPX7 Standard
  • 120 hours of battery life per pedal
  • Item #GRMF01Z
Material
aluminum, steel
Float
0° (E-C05F cleat included)
Cleats
Shimano SPD 2-bolt
Entry / Release
adjustable tension
Spindle Diameter
9/16in (standard)
Compatible Components
Garmin Bluetooth and ANT+ devices
Includes
2 pedals, 2 cleats, mounting hardware, 2 55 mm q-factor washers
Dimensions
[stack height] 13.5mm, [Q-factor] 53mm (55mm with supplied spacer)
Claimed Weight
444g
Activity
cross-country, gravel, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

3 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

October 28, 2023

Love these Pedals

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Been riding these well over a year now. Put them on my mountain bike so I could compare workouts with my road bike. They have been foolproof. I have changed the batteries once in since I have owned them. They sync right up with my Wahoo Roam computer once I have started the ride. Sometimes it takes a minute, but it syncs.

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1 out of 5 stars

August 8, 2023

I now have a $1,200 set of paperweights

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Do NOT BUY. Move along to another product -- your wallet and sanity will thank you!! I always feel weird about feeling the need to establish bona fides, but I'm a moderately experienced road/gravel/mountain cyclist who has been riding consistently for 15+ years with a number of endurance/stage races under my belt. I normally stray away from the super techy gear but wanted to start layering more power work into my workouts, so I decided to take the plunge into power pedals. Alright, weirdness over. I originally purchased these pedals a little over a year ago. the FIRST set had to be returned because the inner wirings were completely disconnected from the pedal body so the pedals would not turn on. Strike 1 but, hey, things happen sometimes at the factory. My Gearhead was AWESOME and helped me with the return and got another set in my hands later that week. The second set worked great for about a month, then quickly starting having connectivity issues (Strike 2). I had to add 10-15 minutes the front of every ride because I'd spend that long or longer spinning the pedals in my garage like an idiot trying to get them to connect. I wore the troubleshooting guide OUT! I changed batteries, reset my bluetooth, reset my phone, uninstalled and re-installed the Garmin Connect app so many times Apple thought I was a victim of identity theft. In total they probably worked about 40% of the time. Sometimes they'd connect, and then disconnect halfway through the ride and refuse to re-connect (inFURIATING during wattage workouts). The pedals eventually gave up completely, but my dogged pursuit of trying to get them to work bit me...hard. I worked on them past the warranty date (struck out looking). So now since they no longer work, I can choose to keep them on my bike as a normal set of (albeit heavier) pedals, or keep them on my mantle as a shrine to a company I wanted to keep loving so much...

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