power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter CranksetAugust 24, 2023
$690.00 – $960.00
One of our lightest, strongest and most powerful power meter cranksets!
power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter Crankset
The NGeco is the newest model in the power2max line-up. With features such as dual leg power measurement, ANT+/Bluetooth SMART compatibility and left/right power balance, the power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter Crankset comes fully-loaded. In addition, the NGeco is accurate to +/- 2.0% in all environmental conditions and is easy to use with features such as auto-zero and accelerometer-based cadence measurement. In fact, there is no other power meter that provides dual-leg power measurement plus these other features at this price point!
Key Product Details
This power meter fits 30 MM bottom brackets and 110 BCD 5-bolt, 130 BCD 5-bolt or 110 BCD 4-bolt chainrings based on the version ordered. See Compatibility tab for more information.
The power2max power meter measures power at the spider and is therefore able to measure power from both legs.
Dual-leg power measurement, carbon crank arms (EC90 SL), accurate to +/- 2.0%, 300-400 hours of battery life, CR2450 user-replaceable battery, left/right power balance with system upgrade, ANT+ and Bluetooth compatibility, auto-zero (automatic calibration). See Specs tab for more information.
Advice From Our Staff:
This is a great power2max crankset. It measures power from both legs, is accurate and very reliable. If you go with the EC90 SL carbon arms, it’s super light and stiff. The EA90 aluminum arms aren’t quite as nice, but they are more affordable and are a solid option as well. We highly recommend power2max power meters and use them on many of our own bikes.
Options For This Power Meter
BCD: This power meter is available in the following BCDs in order to fit your choice of chainring sizes:
- 110 5-Bolt | 130 5-Bolt | 110 4-Bolt SL
Crank arms: You have the option of Easton’s EA90 or Easton EC90 SL crank arms:
- Easton EA90 – aluminum crank arms in sizes 170 mm | 172.5 mm | 175 mm
- Easton EC90 SL – carbon crank arms in sizes 170 mm | 172.5 mm | 175 mm
Please note – this power meter ships with a Black decal. Please let us know if you would like us to include a different color instead (Red, Blue, White, Green).
Other Versions to Consider
Upgraded NG Version: While the NGeco you are viewing on this page is our go-to version for most cyclists, please note we also have the upgraded power2max NG Easton Road Power Meter Crankset. The NG features slightly better accuracy, a rechargeable battery, a longer warranty and some additional training metrics.
Power Meter Only: If you already have a set of Easton EA90 or EC90 SL cranks, you can just buy the power2max NGeco Easton Road Power Meter and bolt it to your existing cranks.
Professional Assembly (Optional)
We are happy to professionally assemble your power meter crankset if you select this option when ordering. This ensures your crankset is correctly built and saves you time. Professional assembly includes:
- Mount the power meter to the cranks and tighten to factory specifications
- Apply multi-purpose bicycle grease where necessary
- Install chainrings on the power meter (if chainrings are ordered)
- Apply power2max decal
Please note – while we tighten everything to factory specs, it is still your responsibility to routinely check your power meter crankset to make sure all bolts and nuts remain securely fastened.
Chainrings: The power fits 110 BCD 5-bolt, 130 BCD 5-bolt or 110 BCD 4-bolt chainrings based on the version ordered. In many cases, you can use your existing chainrings assuming they use the same configuration as the power meter you order.
Please note, the 110 BCD 4-Bolt version is compatible with all Shimano 4-bolt chainrings, including Ultegra 8100 and DURA-ACE 9200 chainrings.
Please also note, the smallest chainring that will fit this power meter is 34T (for example, 50/34). A 48/32 chainring combination for example would not work.
What is BCD?: BCD (bolt circle diameter) is simply the diameter of a circle that passes through the centers of the bolt holes in your chainring. The BCD is usually stamped right on the chainring as either 110 or 130. It is important to know what BCD your crankset is because assuming you want to use your existing chainrings on your new power meter, you need to order the correct BCD.
Bottom Bracket: This power meter fits 30 MM bottom brackets. If you currently have a 30 MM crankset on your bike, you should be able to re-use your existing bottom bracket. However, if you are changing spindle sizes, you will need to replace your bottom bracket.
power2max NGeco Easton Road Crankset Specs
|Name||NGeco Easton Road Crankset|
|Location of Power Measurement||Spider|
|Left or Both Legs Measured||Both|
|Independent Left/Right Measurement||Yes - Power Balance (available via upgrade)*|
|Installation||More involved (60 min. estimated)|
|Crank Arm Material||Carbon|
|Communication Protocol||ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART|
|Claimed Accuracy||+/- 2.0%|
|Active Temperature Compensation||No (however features Auto Zero)|
|Weight||508 grams (excludes chainrings)|
|Battery Life||300-400 hours|
|Method of Cadence Measurement||Accelerometer|
|BCD||110 5-bolt, 130 5-bolt or 110 4-bolt asymmetric|
|Spindle Size||30 mm|
|Q Factor||149 mm|
*Power Balance Upgrade
The power2max NGeco measures power from both legs right out of the box. However, with power balance, you can see how much power each leg is generating individually. If this information is important to you, you can choose to upgrade the power meter at any time. (Please note, you can also purchase the NG version of the power2max which comes with this feature unlocked, along with a rechargeable battery and a longer 5-year warranty.)
You can upgrade your NGeco using the power2max app once you receive the power meter. The cost to upgrade is 50 euros.
In the Box
- power2max power meter crankset
- Easton EC90 crank arms and spindle
- CR2450 battery
- User's manual
Tools Needed for Installation
You will need the following tools for installation of this product. You can purchase many of these commonly used tools in our store.
- Race Face CINCH lock ring tool
- 10 mm Allen key
Common Questions and Answers
Question: How do I determine what length my current cranks are so I can make sure I get the same size?
- Your crank arm length should be printed or stamped on the inside of the left crank arm, usually near the pedal end.