Garmin Rally RS200 Dual-Sensing Power Meter Pedals

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Designed to help you push yourself, the SPD-SL-compatible, dual-sensing Garmin Rally RS200 pedals measure total power, cadence and left/right balance to provide advanced metrics for tailored training.

  • Features

    • Dual-sensing design measures left and right leg power independently, providing advanced cycling dynamics to help you tailor your training
    • Pedals measure total power, cadence, left/right balance, seated versus standing, platform center offset and power phase (where you're producing power in the pedal stroke)
    • Compatible with Shimano SPD-SL cleats (not included)
    • These durable power meter pedals install like any other pedals and are easy to transfer between bikes
    • Pair with a compatible Garmin device (not included) or smartphone to instantly see accurate power measurements
    • Sync your data with the Garmin Connect™ app for post-ride analysis, data sharing, mapping, route planning and more
    • You can also view your data on Strava, TrainingPeaks® and TrainerRoad and other third-party platforms
    • Train indoors with a compatible device (not included) by connecting with the Tacx® Training app or other third-party training platforms
    • Spindles are transferrable between Rally RK and XC pedal body kits (not included), which are also compatible with the Vector 3 power meter (not included)
    • Battery life: up to 120 hrs.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Road Cycling

    Pedal Design

    Clipless

    Cleat Design

    3-hole

    SPD-SL Compatible

    Yes

    Material(s)

    Stainless steel/aluminum/glass-filled nylon

    Weight

    320 grams

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