One Device, all the data.
- High accuracy, +/- 2%, both leg measurement
- Works with any road, mountain, time trial, gravel, and cross bike
- Other bikes too: tandem, recumbent, folding, you name it!
- No swapping bike components
- Box to bike setup in 10 minutes
- ANT+™ compatibility
- Transmits power data to many popular iOS/Android cycling apps
The best-selling mobile wind tunnel with CdA aero sensor on the market.
- Direct force power meters (DFPM)
- Live measurement of aerodynamic drag (CdA)
- On-the-road, live time Advantage metrics
- Measure the aerodynamics (bike equipment, accessories, clothing)
- AEROPOD stores raw data for after-the-ride analysis
- Isaac analysis software included
AeroPod works with ANT+™ devices*
*AeroPod CdA features work with Garmin Connect IQ compatible Garmin bike computers and watches.View Accessories
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*Requires PowerPod Lite to PowerPod ANT+™ / Smartphone UPGRADE
|Both-leg power measurement|
|ANT+™ / smartphone compatible|
|Bike profiles allowed per device||1||4||4||4|
|Velocomp Isaac Software Analysis||OPTIONAL*|
|Pitot tube wind measurement||OPTIONAL|
|Live CdA training mode|
|Live CdA testing mode|
|Isaac CdA Analysis software|
What’s in the box
- AeroPod sensor and pitot tube
- Mount for round, 31.8 mm handlebars
- USB cable
- Link to download Isaac Software
Additional items required, not supplied
- ANT+™ bike computer, or smartphone with bike computer app such as Wahoo
- ANT+™ or ANT/BLE speed sensor (cadence sensor optional but recommended)
- USB charger
NOTE: International shipments may be subject to additional duty/VAT, collected locally and not included in the shipping charge.
BUILT, PROVEN, IN THE USA.
All Velocomp products are designed, assembled, and shipped from the USA, letting us make you this promise: if you’re not delighted with your purchase you can return it within 30 days for a full refund.
DC Rainmaker: "Overall, I’ve found that the PowerPod can be solidly accurate in most situations, assuming you are aware of the limitations – or aware of changes to configuration that could impact it. Further, it’s ability to seemingly ‘heal’ itself does act as a bit of a safety net should the aerodynamic profile change significantly enough to otherwise impact power readers. I’d sum it up as: If you do a clean calibration ride – things are impressively accurate across a wide range of riding environments and positions."
The Chain Link: "...So what’s the verdict on this thing? Is it possible to get good power data for less than half the cost of the next thing on the market? Yeah, sure. The PowerPod proved to be a consistent (and surprisingly durable) performer in a variety of conditions, some of which it was never intended for..."
The 5k runner: "...considerably cheaper than a direct force power meter and easily swappable between bikes.....Perfect for the beginner and multi-bike owner. Perfect for the expert too. … you can work out how to tweak your riding position if you think about it. Cool."