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25. February 2016 - 7 months and 1 day ago
Attention SRM PC8 users...
Please update to the latest Device Agent V2.1.191: http://www.srm.de/products/software/
Device Agent V2.1.191 will automatically alert you to new versions of Device Agent and PC8 firmware updates as available.
The latest PC8 Firmware features VAM, 30sec Live VAM, 4min Max and Avg Power, Russian language option, Power Zones by Percent of FTP, and more...
Download the new Device Agent, connect PC8, and follow prompts for new firmware.
Please contact us with any questions or concerns.
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31. January 2016 - 7 months and 26 days ago
We are excited to announce a substantial global price reduction effective immediately for all PowerMeter models including road, mountain bike, and track. The new MSRP pricing reflects an average 30% decrease from previous years.
As the creator of cycling’s first power meter, SRM applied 30-years of experience and ingenuity to reexamine design and manufacturing efficiencies. The German-born authority in power measurement was able to successfully redefine pricing, while preserving a legacy of quality and hand-built craftsmanship.
SRM PowerMeters start at $1399 [1428 € incl. 19 % VAT] for spiders using Specialized, Cannondale, SRAM and Rotor crank arms. SRM’s most popular PowerMeter, the Shimano 11-speed model is reduced from $2970 to $2199 [2380 € incl. 19% VAT] including crank arms and chain rings. The SRM SRAM compatible model, in GXP and BB30, is now available for $1599[2023 € incl. 19% VAT] including crank arms and chain rings.
“This pricing change has been months in the making,” expressed SRM Founder & CEO, Ulrich Schoberer. “We have listened to customer and retailer feedback, and after intensive analysis SRM is proud to be in a position to respond to those demands,” Schoberer adds.
Along with the price reduction, SRM is backing its PowerMeter and PowerControl models with a Limited Lifetime Warranty [valid for SRM USA]. “SRM is widely regarded as the pinnacle of accuracy and reliability for power measurement. Providing a lifetime warranty to our customers will offer peace of mind knowing their investment is protected,” remarks Schoberer. Our new Limited Lifetime Warranty can be viewed here.
For more information, contact your local SRM retailer or visit store.srm.de for a complete overview of the new pricing and product information.
28. August 2016 - 29 days ago
SRM sponsored triathlete, Michael Weiss, raced Ironman 70.3 Timberman as a key training stimulus for October's Ironman Kona. A solid swim performance, the day’s fastest bike split with a new course record and a controlled half marathon ensured a stellar 2nd place overall with a finishing time of 03:49:22, only beaten by former 2x short distance Olympian Tyler Butterfield.
Race day temperatures were ideal and directors ruled a non-wetsuit swim for pros. In the swim Michael immediately found a rhythm exiting the water after 26:20 in 11th position only 2’20” behind the top group. Once on the bike course, he immediately moved up through the field, eventually taking the lead with a course record bike split of 2:01:44. The Austrian pro arrived to T2 in first position going into the half marathon and was eventually only caught by race winner, Butterfield. Weiss finished second, saying “this was probably my best IM 70.3 performance to date!”
Now let's take a closer look at the SRM data.
24. August 2016 - 1 month and 2 days ago
SRM invites you to visit our booth! Stop in to check out what's just around the corner in new product development and design from SRM. Enjoy the exciting photography murals and WorldTour display bikes, test the e-Indoor Trainer, navigate new software features, and meet our guest riders André Greipel (Lotto-Soudal) and Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team)!
Dates and times for booth events, including autograph sessions will be shared on SRM's Facebook page: Give us a LIKE to stay updated!
04. August 2016 - 1 month and 22 days ago
The World Tour Classic, a 220-kilometer run through the Basque hills, all came down to the last, steep climb where four riders emerged at the top of the 1.8-kilometer ascent with gradients exceeding 20 percent: Mollema (Trek-Segafredo), Valverde (Movistar), Gallopin (Lotto Soudal) and Rodriguez (Katusha).
Mollema, knowing he didn't stand a chance if it came to a sprint, caught the other three by surprise by launching an immediate attack with just over eight kilometers to go. [Trek-Segafredo]