Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9100-P Power Meter Crankset

Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9100-P Power Meter Crankset
Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9100-P Power Meter Crankset
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Dura-Ace FC-R9100-P Power Meter Crankset by Shimano
Just like death and taxes, you can count on the fact that when Shimano brings something to market, it's well sorted. Few brands throw the engineering horsepower and R&D into its products like the Japanese giant, which can sometimes lead to lag time in response to industry trends, however, it ensures a dialed product that's refined beyond reproach. Products go through countless prototypes, which are exhaustively tortured in the lab and under its group of test riders, mostly made up of recently retired pro racers, flogging the products to try and find a weakness. Only after it passes those initial trials and further refinements does it get used in professional competition under the harshest conditions for guess what, more testing and development. Call it Japanese conservatism, but few can argue with the quality of the products that come out of Osaka. Ultimately, we're the ones who benefit, since these components get scrutinized with more hard mileage and abuse than we could ever dish out. We've spotted Shimano powermeters in the pro peloton since the launch of the R9100 group in 2017 and we knew we wanted to get our hands on it as soon as it was available for us mere mortals. Now you too can own your very own Dura-Ace FC-R9100-P Power Meter Crankset and take your training and racing to the next level with the riding metrics you want, without having to source a third-party powermeter, or worse yet, a different crankset. One thing Shimano was quicker to the punch to versus other components manufactures, was electronic shifting. The reliability, precision, and weatherproofing of Di2 still set the standards to which all electronic drivetrains are judged. If you need proof of this, tune into a World Cup 'cross race and watch in amazement as bikes outfitted with Di2 continue to shift and perform flawlessly in absolutely miserable muddy conditions, and hold up to the mechanic's best friend, the pressure washer. So knowing how fluent Shimano is with batteries, motors,...

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