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Garmin Rally RK100 Single-Sensing Power Meter Pedals

Item #CPD10559
Condition:
New with Warranty
Regular price
$649.99

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Why We Love It
Rally™ power meters are tested to the extreme. So you can ride there too. For single-sensing total power and cadence, check out Rally RK100. Compatible with LOOK KEO cleats, the pedals install like any others and are easy to transfer between bikes.

From now until May, 31 receive a $50 rebate when providing proof of purchase https://www.garminrebates.com/#/home
About This Item
  • Weight: 334 g
  • Water resistance: IPX7
  • Cleat type: KEO
  • Q-factor: 53 mm (55 mm with provided 2 mm washer)
  • Stack height: 12.2 mm
  • Battery type: LR44/SR44 (x4) or CR1/3N (x2)
  • Battery life: up to 120 hours
  • Maximum rider weight: 105 kg
  • Accuracy: +/- 1%
  • Field calibration
  • Adjustable release tension
  • Measurement location: spindle
  • Communication: ANT+® and BLUETOOTH®
Specifications
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Details
Brand Garmin
Model Rally RK100
Spindle Diameter 9/16"
Type Clipless Pedals
Intended Use Road
Weight 334 grams
Cleat Interface Look Keo
Item Details Cleats not included
mpn 010-02388-01
upc 753759253608
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