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    Is my bike compatible with BIKONE PM812 power-meters?

    As Bikone, we want to guarantee that anyone who wants to enjoy the advantages of having one of our power-meters knows certainty that they can use it on their own bike. That is why we offer a series of guidelines to ensure that your bike is compatible with our new bottom bracket system.

    Bikone Power-meter´s line up

    Find your model in our new wide range of power-meters integrated inside the bottom bracket:
    For Ø24mm crank: eg Shimano® or compatible:

    BB86 (Standard press-fit – Road bikes)

    BB92 (Standard press-fit – MTB)

    Evo386 (Road bikes)

    PF30a (73mm y 83mm width)

    For  Ø30mm, Ø29mm (DuB®), Ø24mm (Shimano®, etc) crank:

    Evo386 (Road bikes)

    PF30a (73mm width)

    PF30 – 83 (83mm width)

    Note: Bikone’s PM812 measuring sensors use a nominal 90mm crankshaft width or higher. Any BB30 shaft less than that size, will NOT be compatible.

    Coming soon:

    We continue with the development of new standards for power-meters integrated inside the bottom bracket. Shortly, the development of T47, BBright, BB30, BBT4530 or GXP axes etc, will begin. BB90 and BB95 standards will NOT be compatible with the Bikone PM812 sensor.

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    Is my frame compatible with the Bikone PM 812 power-meter?

    Compatible with DI2 frames or bicycles with free holes larger than 4.3mm.

    Output POD cable – POWER DATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

    Compatibility is one of our targets. That’s why we’ve designed our POD antenna system so that it can be installed through any hole bigger than 4.30mm in diameter. This means that it can be installed on any bike equipped with DI2 holes or bikes with free holes larger than 4.30mm.

    You will have an extension cable if you prefer to place the POD controller on the handlebar or saddle.

    Bottom bracket housing compatibility

    The features of your bottom bracket are key when determining your bike’s compatibility with our new Bikone PM-812 power-meter system. The internal geometry of the bottom bracket housing will have to be checked before, to determine whether it will be compatible or not. Here we have 4 scenarios that could occur in different bike design:

    HOLLOW SHAFT WITHOUT INTERFERENCE ZONES

    IDEAL FOR INSTALLATION

    This bottom bracket housing allows the cable passing from the power-meter to the control unit without a problem. The installation will be simple and fast. This type of bottom bracket shell is available in most frames as of 2015 until today.

    SOLID SHAFT WITH  CENTER OUTPUT HOLES

    COMPATIBLE SHAFT HOUSING

    This shaft will be compatible as long as the hole is large enough for the cable exit from the power-meter to the POD.

    SOLID AXLE WITH OUTPUT HOLES AND BOTTOM SCREW

    COMPATIBLE SHAFT HOUSING

    This shaft will be compatible as long as the hole is large enough for the cable exit from the power-meter to the POD and the screw height is less than 3mm.

    SOLID AXLE BOTH WITH STEP AND WITHOUT CABLE EXIT

    SHAFT HOUSING NO COMPATIBLE

    Due to the physical restrictions of the sensor unit, this power-meter will NOT be compatible with axes with centre steps or without outputs for cable. This type of incompatibility will be usually found in older than 2015 BB86 or BB92 bottom bracket shells.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Maximize your Powermeter´s precision

    The way in which the powermeter is mounted on the bicycle is of vital importance in order to obtain the most accurate measurements.  Here in Bikone we are focusing on the user experience. Have the most information for the user in order to have the perfect fit.

    Learn how to train with powermeter

    Sometimes having a correct knowledge of the data that your powermeter is giving you, can be an arduous task. Meet one of our ambassadors, Chema Arguedas. And discover tips for training with your powermeter, routes, training modes and much more

       

       

      In accordance with current regulations regarding the protection of personal data, we inform you that your data will be used by Bikone Bearings S.L. based on your consent in order to manage the relationship, send the requested budget, respond to inquiries and requests for information raised by you, as well as send you commercial communications by any means, including electronic, to keep you on our products and services. Your data will not be transferred to third parties, except legal obligation. You have the right to exercise your rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation, opposition and other legally recognized through the email info@bikone.com.info@bikone.com. You can consult the additional and detailed information about data protection in our Privacy Policy.

       
      I accept the processing of my personal data in the conditions indicated in the Privacy Policy.