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The road to power starts here.

Since being introduced in 2013, Pioneer's crank arm power meters have become ubiquitous everywhere from T1 at a local triathlon to 86 podium appearances for the men and women of UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team. Two years in, the technology is proven, but the huge metric-gathering, data-crunching capabilities that Pioneer built into it mean the entire system — a Dual Leg Power Meter and Pioneer computer — also comes with a huge price tag. The pros may need all of that extra information, but for a typical Cat 4 or a fitness-focused recreationalist, popping for the whole system may be overkill — at least initially. The new Shimano Dura-Ace Single Leg Power Meter Crank Arm addresses these needs, providing a more affordable entrance to the world of Pioneer power metrics that leaves the door open for future upgrades.

Upgrade path aside, the Single Leg Power Meter is an impressive piece of tech on its own, and since it broadcasts wirelessly with ANT+, chances are good that it's already compatible with your current head unit or wearable. It measures pedaling force, direction, and overall efficiency by monitoring 12 points of rotation at 30-degree intervals across the pedal stroke. At each point, the deflection caused by radial and tangential forces on the crank arm is scanned 16 times to ensure a claimed +/-2% accuracy.

The system's Active Temperature Memory Adjustment feature maintains that accuracy in temperatures ranging from 14 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, so it stays on point even in extreme conditions. This eliminates the need to freewheel in the middle of a race in order to zero the system, a situation that can cost you precious momentum during a solo effort or make you lose your safe position near the front just as the race hits a climb. The unit also has a waterproof rating of IPX6 and IPX7, so it can handle inclement conditions as well as extreme temperatures.

The system uses Shimano's top-tier Dura-Ace crank arm as a platform, matching the meter's unmatched accuracy with the efficient, lightweight stiffness of the most popular cranks in the peloton. The crank arm's Hollowtech II construction allows Shimano engineers to carve out every gram of material not needed to maintain stiffness, keeping the crank arm's claimed weight to just 200g. The sensor does its part to contribute to keeping weight low, too, with a paltry claimed weight of just 22g.

As you upgrade your license or start undertaking more ambitious cycling challenges, the system grows with you; the right crank arm meter and Pioneer's Touchscreen Computer can be added at any time. Following Pioneer's upgrade path gives the aspiring cyclist even more advanced features, including dual-leg readings and access to Pioneer's Cyclo Sphere cloud data storage and HDPower Metrics. These features allow you to breakdown data for each leg individually and identify the positive and negative spots of your pedal stroke. By incorporating it into your training regime, this information helps to target inefficiencies in your pedal stroke, eliminating wasted watts and ensuring that every effort you put into the cranks translates to forward momentum.

  • Ease into watts-based training with this single leg option
  • Hollowtech II construction keeps crank arm stiff and light
  • Rated to withstand rain and temps as low as 14 deg Fahrenheit
  • System measures with a claimed +/-2% accuracy
  • Displays force, direction, and overall efficiency for one leg
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Arm Material
Arm Length
165 - 180 mm
Compatible Components
Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 crankset, ANT+ head units
Recommended Use
road cycling, cyclocross, triathlon
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Actual Weight

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Silver, 167.5mm

Claimed Weight

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[crank arm] 200 g, [sensor] 22 g

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  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Worth every penny! I and currently stationed overseas and Competitive Cyclist shipped it FPO, AP with no extra charge or hassle. Zack Foley also reached out to me to make sure that everything was okay with the purchase and if I had any questions regarding the product, he answered every question that I had and reassured that the product included what I needed by actually checking the product in the warehouse, service was outstanding!

Once I received the product in the mail, the step-by-step installation guide was provided in English with pictures (provided by Competitive Cyclist). I am no gear head, but I can sure as hell follow directions, there was also a YouTube video on how to install, and that also helped. Followed every step and I was able to pair it to my Wahoo Elemnt Bolt (which was also purchased from Competitive Cyclist) no issues. Just made sure to use the Elemnt App to configure crank length, and used the Wahoo itself to calibrate the power meter. Did my first ever FTP test, a little disappointed in the result, but it showed me graphs and data with no sudden drop outs, as far as accuracy compared to other PMs, I have tested the PowerTap G3 hub, and it seemed about the same +/- 1-2%. For the price of $283 shipped currently, the deal is hard to beat, and yes it is compatible with all Shimano crank sets. I will always buy tech and gear from here, because they are truly passionate and focused on customer service and experience.