Single- and Dual-sensing Bike Power Meters for LOOK KEO Cleats
Your next power move in cycling starts at your pedals. What better way to track performance than with Garmin pedals. Rally power meters are designed to seamlessly transfer between bikes to provide advanced cycling dynamics to help you ride more efficiently and improve over time. Rally dual-sensing power meter pedals (Rally RK200, Rally RS200 and Rally XC200) measure total power, cadence, left/right balance and where in the pedal stroke you’re applying power. Rally single-sensing power meters (Rally RK100, Rally RS100 and Rally XC100) provide total power and cadence.
What’s more, the transferable spindle can be installed in the pedal body kits to keep cyclists riding year-round.
Garmin Rally Power Meter Bike Pedals
Features of the Garmin RK100 & RK200 Pedals
IMPECCABLY DESIGNED PEDAL
Rally power meters have undergone rigorous testing to ensure total reliability. Featuring a superior design with sensors housed inside, these sleek bike pedals install like any pedal. And they're quick to transfer between bikes.
By precisely measuring your cadence and forces detected on the left pedal, Rally RK100 doubles the value to provide total power. Want more metrics? Upgrade to the RK200.
For a comfortable ride, these Garmin pedals are designed with your favorite LOOK KEO cleats in mind.
From road to gravel to cyclocross and much more, keep riding year-round. A transferable spindle can be installed in Rally RS road or Rally XC off-road pedal body kits (each sold separately).
Make sure you’re ready for those long rides and training sessions with up to 120 hours of battery life.
Rally RK100 and RK200 bring power data to third-party apps1 such as Strava, TrainingPeaks®, TrainerRoad and more.
Additional Features of the Garmin RK200 Pedals
ADVANCED CYCLING DYNAMICS
In addition to total power and cadence, Rally RK200 power meter pedals measures much more. These metrics help you tailor your training around your specific weaknesses and strengths to help you improve.
Measure power from your left leg versus power from your right leg to get a better look at how symmetrically you’re producing power.
SEATED VS. STANDING
Track the amount of time you spend in each position, and gauge position effectiveness.
Get a clear look at where you’re producing power in the pedal stroke.
PLATFORM CENTER OFFSET
Ensure proper cleat position by keeping track of where power is applied on the pedal.