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Garmin Rally RK100 Single Sensing Power Meter Pedals
Garmin Rally RK100 Single Sensing Power Meter Pedals
Garmin Rally RK100 Single Sensing Power Meter Pedals
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Garmin Rally RK100 Single Sensing Power Meter Pedals
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Description

Garmin Rally RK100 Power Pedals — LOOK KEO

The Garmin Rally RK100 Power Meter Pedals install just like any other pedals. Now you can ride smarter, stronger, and connected as you strive to reach your personal best.

With power sensors housed directly in the pedal, the Garmin Rally delivers reliable, accurate data every time you ride.

Tested to the extreme, the RK100 are single-sided power sensing pedals that are compatible with LOOK Keo cleats and easily transferable between bikes.

Instantly see accurate power measurements on your Garmin device, or review later on the Garmin Connect app. View your data on Strava, TrainingPeaks, and Zwift for further analysis, sharing, and more.

Features:

  • Superior pedal design installs like any other pedal and quickly transfers between bikes; compatible with LOOK KEO cleats
  • Rally™ RK100 single-sensing power meter measures total power and cadence
  • Affordable power meter with the option to upgrade to dual-sensing system
  • Works seamlessly with the Garmin ecosystem to allow for easy software updates via your Garmin watch, Edge® cycling computers, or your compatible smartphone
  • For post-ride analysis, data sharing, mapping, route planning, and more, sync your data with the Garmin Connect™ app as well as platforms such as Strava, TrainingPeaks, and Zwift
  • Battery life: up to 120 hours
  • In the box:

  • RK100 pedals
  • Cleat hardware
  • Documentation

  • Save up to $100 with Garmin Rally Series Rebates

    B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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    Specifications

     

    Mfg PartNum: 010-02388-01 

     

    Cleat Interface: Look KEO 

     

    Cleat Bolt Pattern: 3 Bolt 

     

    Power Measurement: Single Sensing 

     

    Battery Life: Up to 120 hours 

     

    Claimed Weight: 334 g

    Mfg Warranty: 12 Mo. Parts & Labor

    Warranty URL: https://www.garmin.com/en-US/legal/consumer-limited-warranty/

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    Nice alternative power option
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    by roblew
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Danville, CA
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    This is a great alternative to crank-based power meters, and easier to install/swap with other bikes. Haven't had any problems so far. No noticeable difference from my older Look key carbon blade pedals.

    Reviewed 12/20/2021
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    I didn't understand these, and returned them for XC100s
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    by AMarks
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Salt Lake County, UT

    I ordered these, and returned them, switching to XC100s. The XC100s have the power sensors in the left pedal, which works great for me. Something in my right leg requires it to point about 15 degrees right of center to allow the knee to point straight ahead. If the right foot is straight my right knee points in and hits the top tube. Long story short, I bought Pearl Izumi Canyon flat shoes. The left shoe has a cleat that pairs with the left pedal allowing me to "train with power". The right shoe doesn't have a cleat because I use a flat pedal on the right, allowing the foot to point 10-15 degrees away so my knee doesn't hit the top tube. I recently rode the Levi's Gran Fondo piccolo course (40.2 mi) with this setup and it worked great. I did forget to unclip (once) and caused a slow domino scene with a few bikes and riders to my left. My bad. I prefer to have at most one leg clipped in. It's nice having the power meter in a pedal. It's the only way I could "ride with power" with the rental I reserved in CA: I ended up taking my own bike, and canceling the rental, but there will be more out of town rides.

    Reviewed 4/22/2024
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    Basic power measurement, just what I needed.
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    by Ron
    Competitive Racer
    Ann Arbor
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    At this point in my training I just need basic power measurement. I don't need the refined measurements individually for left and right legs or a power value that is 100% accurate. The Garmin Rally RK100 single sensing fit the bill. The power measurement I get from actual bike riding seems to match well with the values I get from my Tacx trainer. That is to say that the same amount of perceived effort seems to register the same power values on either.

    Reviewed 4/21/2022
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    great power meters
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    by Biker Bob
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Phoenix

    The single sensor power pedal is good for me

    I gives me good feedback at a reasonable price

    Reviewed 11/2/2023
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