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Garmin Rally XC100 Single-Sensing Power Meter Pedals

Sale Ends Apr 30
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Built to meet the demands of off-road riding, from cross-country trails to gravel roads, the SPD-compatible, single-sensing Garmin Rally XC100 pedals measure total power and cadence.

Features

  • Single-sensing power meter measures total power and cadence; can be upgraded to a dual-sensing system for independent left/right measurements
  • Compatible with Shimano SPD 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 RS 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

Cyclocross

Mountain Biking

Pedal Design

Clipless

Cleat Design

2-hole

Clipless Style

Dual-Sided

Sensing Type

Single-Sensing

Accuracy

99 percent

Batteries

LR44/SR44 (x4)

Average Battery Life

120 hours

Cadence

Yes

Data Exchange

ANT+

Bluetooth

Water-Resistance Rating

IPX7

SPD Compatible

Yes

Pedal Body Material

Composite

Pedal Spindle Material

Steel

Material(s)

Stainless steel/chrome steel/aluminum

Weight

455 grams

Bearing Material

Stainless Steel

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