SRAM Rival AXS Power Meter Crank ArmSeptember 24, 2023
An easy and affordable way to add power to your SRAM Rival AXS crankset!
SRAM Rival AXS Power Meter Crank Arm
The SRAM Rival AXS Power Meter Crank Arm is an easy and affordable way to add power to your SRAM Rival AXS crankset. Simply replace your current left crank arm with the SRAM Rival power meter and you’ll have power on every ride! Featuring an all-new spindle-based design, the power meter sensors are neatly and securely packaged within the DUB spindle for a clean integration, minimum weight and maximum compatibility.
In addition, with Quarq’s proven reliability and accuracy, this crank arm power meter is accurate to 1.5%, so you’ll know your data is always accurate. You also get approximately 400 hours of battery life off of a user replaceable lithium AAA battery. Perhaps best yet, at only $263, it’s one of the most affordable direct force power meters on the market today!
Key Product Details
This power meter is compatible with SRAM Rival AXS DUB cranksets. The Rival crankset comes in both Regular and Wide versions. The Regular version fits most road bikes, whereas the Wide version is meant for bikes with larger tires such as cyclocross and gravel bikes. Please see Compatibility tab for more information.
This Rival power meter measures left leg power and doubles the value to account for both legs (assumes both legs are generating the same force).
Affordable, accurate to within +/- 1.5%, lightweight at only 40 grams of added weight, 400 hours of battery life, AAA user-replaceable battery, ANT+ and Bluetooth compatible, easy to install, 2-year warranty. See Specs tab for more information.
Advice From Our Staff:
This is a great way to add power to a SRAM Rival AXS DUB crankset. The Rival power meter is affordable, easy to install and works well. In addition, it’s the only power meter (aside from power meter pedals) that will fit a Rival AXS DUB crank. It has become one of our best-selling power meters. The one consideration is it only measures left leg power compared to some other power meters that measure power from both legs.
Options For This Power Meter
- Crank arm length: 160 mm | 165 mm | 170 mm | 172.5 mm | 175 mm
- Chainline: Regular | Wide
This power meter is compatible with SRAM Rival AXS DUB cranksets. This power meter will NOT fit the older generation Rival GXP or BB30 cranksets. Please see the image below. If you have a Rival GXP or BB30 crankset, we would suggest this article: What power meter will work with my SRAM Rival BB30 or GXP crankset?
Regular vs. Wide
The Rival DUB crankset comes in both Regular and Wide versions. The Regular version fits most road bikes, whereas the Wide version is meant for bikes with larger tires such as cyclocross and gravel bikes.
Here is a quick way to determine which version you need in most cases:
- SRAM Rival DUB 1X – Wide
- SRAM Rival DUB 2X 43/30 – Wide
- SRAM Rival DUB 2X 46/33 – Regular
- SRAM Rival DUB 2X 48/35 – Regular
IMPORTANT – However, if you want to be 100% sure, you would need to pull the cranks off of your bike and view the writing on the spindle. If you have the Regular version, you will likely see the words “DUB” printed on the spindle. If you have the Wide version, you should see the words “DUB WIDE”.
SRAM Rival AXS Power Meter Specs
|Name||SRAM Rival AXS Power Meter|
|Location of Power Measurement||Spindle|
|Left or Both Legs Measured||Left|
|Independent Left/Right Measurement||No|
|Crank Arm Material||Aluminum|
|Communication Protocol||ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART|
|Claimed Accuracy||+/- 1.5%|
|Automatic Temp. Compensation||Yes|
|Weight||40 grams (added weight)|
|Battery Type||AAA lithium|
|Battery Life||400 hours|
|Method of Cadence Measurement||Accelerometer|
In the Box
- SRAM Rival AXS Power Meter Crank Arm
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.
- 8 mm Allen key
Common Questions and Answers
Question: How do I know if I need the Rival Regular or Wide version?
- Please see the Compatibility tab above for a full break out of the differences.
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.