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Garmin Rally Power Meter
The Garmin Rally power meter measures power at the point of contact between man and machine - at the pedal. In doing so, the Rally is Garmin's 4th pedal-based powermeter and the successor to the Vector series. While the Vector pedals still had their teething problems, Garmin has managed to develop a reliable and accurate system with the Rally.
Due to the power measurement at the pedal, the Garmin Rally power meter is easy to install, quick to switch between different bikes and easy to transport. This makes the Garmin Rally power meter a true plug and play system and like the Favero Assioma.
Power Meter for MTB
As a major innovation, the Rally XC is compatible with the Shimano SPD system. This means that mountain bikers, crossers, gravel bike riders and all others who previously did not want to do without the SPD system can now finally use a pedal-based power meter.
The Rally is available in three versions for different cleats:
RK - Look Keo compatible
RS - Shimano SPD-SL compatible
XC - Shimano SPD compatible
Single or double sided power measurement
The Rally are available as single-sided (100) or double-sided (200) power meter.
With the right and left pedals, the Garmin Rally 200 power meter has two independent power meters. This allows the Garmin Rally power meter to provide a real comparison of leg power between right and left.
In addition to the double-sided Rally 200, the Rally 100 is the single-sided version of the Garmin Rally power meter. Here the power measurement takes place only on the left side, the right pedal has no power measurement.
The one-sided power measurement has not proven to be sufficient in practice, for example, also with the Stages power meter (as long as there are no muscular imbalances between the right and left leg).