SRM PowerMeter TUNE Black Foot MTB

Elegance and Precision Made in Germany

Tune is known in Germany and throughout the world for making ultra-lightweight, precision bike components. Tune and SRM collaborated on making a truly unique power measurement device for endurance and marathon mountain bikers.

The Tune Black Foot crank has an integrated 30 mm axle compatible with a variety of bottom bracket standards: threaded BSA, BB30, PF30 and BB92. Allowing the Tune Black Foot to be installed on nearly any mountain bike frameset.

 

 

The SRM Training System
Ready for your terrain

 

 

SRM PowerMeter

Tune Black Foot Cranks

 Compatibility:

  • BSA68
  • BSA73
  • BSA73 E-Type
  • BB30-73
  • BB30-85
  • BB30 Pressfit
  • BBRight
  • Shimano Pressfit Symmetric
  • PF30DH
  • Shimano Pressfit Asymmetric
  • BB386 EVO
Scientifically Proven

Race proven durability

SRM's are designed to take whatever you can throw at them. From freezing temperatures, to boiling heat, SRM's are  designed to handle temperature compensation while maintaining accuracy with our "Auto" offset feature. Each SRM is designed to be sealed against water, snow, mud, sand, and cleaning solvents. SRM's are designed to work. Period.

Dependability

Dependability you can count on

A three-year global-warranty protects against defects and backs up your investments. Add on the industry's leading accuracy and data reception rate for a truly unrivaled power measurement device.

Experience

Powered by experience

Each SRM PowerMeter and PowerControl head-unit are made one at a time, by hand. Our production facilities are located in Julich, Germany and Colorado Springs USA. Every step of production is carried out by highly trained engineers and technicians who have a passion for quality craftsmanship.

Race proven durability

Accuracy is everything

SRM uses a 144 point calibration protocol against a known mass measured to the exact gram. With exacting calibration and our auto-offset feature, the resulting power measurement of the SRM has error of less than 1%. The scientific community has been publishing peer reviewed research for over 20 years using the SRM PowerMeter as the bench mark for measuring power in physiological and human performance research studies. We don't claim anything, our accuracy is proven.