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</div><div class="marquee marquee-366847"><ul class="slider" id="post-slider-secondary"><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/110.jpg"title="Rotor has announced its INPower line of power meters. The power meter measurement is housed in the crank's 30mm spindle. The new power meter will be available in road and off-road editions. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/110-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Rotor INPower
</h2><div><p>Rotor has announced its INPower line of power meters. The power meter measurement is housed in the crank's 30mm spindle. The new power meter will be available in road and off-road editions. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/23.jpg"title="The power meter battery is housed behind this cap on the left crank arm. Rotor claims the INPower meters will have a battery life of 300 hours. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/23-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Rotor INPower
</h2><div><p>The power meter battery is housed behind this cap on the left crank arm. Rotor claims the INPower meters will have a battery life of 300 hours. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/33.jpg"title="The battery compartment. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/33-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Rotor INPower
</h2><div><p>The battery compartment. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05091.jpg"title="Rotor also announced a new training website, InPower.Rotor.com, that is only compatible with a PC. It can be used to examine a rider's pedal stroke and determine what Q-Ring setting a rider needs, along with a suite of other features. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05091-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Rotor INPower
</h2><div><p>Rotor also announced a new training website, InPower.Rotor.com, that is only compatible with a PC. It can be used to examine a rider's pedal stroke and determine what Q-Ring setting a rider needs, along with a suite of other features. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05211.jpg"title="The power meter can be purchased as a right crank arm and spindle only for about $100 less than a complete crank without chainrings. This power meter only takes measurement from the left crank arm, which means some power measurement will be lost, especially when accelerating out of a corner and pushing down the left arm first. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05211-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Rotor INPower
</h2><div><p>The power meter can be purchased as a right crank arm and spindle only for about $100 less than a complete crank without chainrings. This power meter only takes measurement from the left crank arm, which means some power measurement will be lost, especially when accelerating out of a corner and pushing down the left arm first. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05271.jpg"title="Complete power meter cranks without chainrings will start at $940. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05271-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Rotor INPower
</h2><div><p>Complete power meter cranks without chainrings will start at $940. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05291.jpeg"title="It's not every day you find Thomas Frischknechdt and Tom Ritchey behind the wheel of a retro fire truck. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05291-660x440.jpeg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Retro fire truck
</h2><div><p>It's not every day you find Thomas Frischknechdt and Tom Ritchey behind the wheel of a retro fire truck. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05301.jpg"title="For fans of Scott bikes, a re-vamped Addict CX has been a long time coming, but it hits the market with all of the features I'd look for in a modern cyclocross race bike. Plus, some features I didn't know to look for. The front triangle of the Addict CX borrows frame technologies from the Addict road race bike, while the seatstays are borrowed from the Solace endurance road bike. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05301-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Scott Addict CX
</h2><div><p>For fans of Scott bikes, a re-vamped Addict CX has been a long time coming, but it hits the market with all of the features I'd look for in a modern cyclocross race bike. Plus, some features I didn't know to look for. The front triangle of the Addict CX borrows frame technologies from the Addict road race bike, while the seatstays are borrowed from the Solace endurance road bike. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05331.jpg"title="The Addict CX sports front and rear thru-axles. It accepts 140mm front and rear, and the brake mounts are designed for Shimano's Flat-Mount calipers, but will work with standard calipers using an adaptor. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05331-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Scott Addict CX
</h2><div><p>The Addict CX sports front and rear thru-axles. It accepts 140mm front and rear, and the brake mounts are designed for Shimano's Flat-Mount calipers, but will work with standard calipers using an adaptor. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05351.jpg"title="Scott claims the new Addict CX will accept up to 40mm tires. The seat stays look to have plenty of clearance. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05351-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Scott Addict CX
</h2><div><p>Scott claims the new Addict CX will accept up to 40mm tires. The seat stays look to have plenty of clearance. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05401.jpg"title="The Scott Addict CX is designed to be raced with a single or double chainring setup, with or without a chain watcher. Scott is also looking ahead, spec'ing a port — it's unused in this photo — for an internally routed dropper post. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05401-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Scott Addict CX
</h2><div><p>The Scott Addict CX is designed to be raced with a single or double chainring setup, with or without a chain watcher. Scott is also looking ahead, spec'ing a port — it's unused in this photo — for an internally routed dropper post. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05561.jpg"title="DT Swiss has announced a new 100mm and 120mm fork that has been ridden to two victories already by Nino Schurter. According to DT Swiss, the new OPM Race will come to market soon. In its 29&quot;, 100mm version, the OPM Race weighs 1,500 grams while maintaining a high level of stiffness. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05561-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: DT Swiss fork
</h2><div><p>DT Swiss has announced a new 100mm and 120mm fork that has been ridden to two victories already by Nino Schurter. According to DT Swiss, the new OPM Race will come to market soon. In its 29", 100mm version, the OPM Race weighs 1,500 grams while maintaining a high level of stiffness. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05701.jpg"title="Schurter only races a 27.5&quot; bike, so of course, the OPM Race will be available in 29&quot; and 27.5&quot; and in 100 and 120mm of travel. The carbon crown is what really sets this fork apart in looks, as well as in weight savings. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05701-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: DT Swiss fork
</h2><div><p>Schurter only races a 27.5" bike, so of course, the OPM Race will be available in 29" and 27.5" and in 100 and 120mm of travel. The carbon crown is what really sets this fork apart in looks, as well as in weight savings. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05781.jpg"title="DT Swiss will be using SKF Racing seals on its forks. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/IMG_05781-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: DT Swiss fork
</h2><div><p>DT Swiss will be using SKF Racing seals on its forks. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/Shimano-DEORE-XT-M8000-Sea-Otter-11.jpg"title="Shimano has announced its new XT drivetrain, which can be run as a single chainring and with a new 11-42 cassette. Photo: Shimano" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/Shimano-DEORE-XT-M8000-Sea-Otter-11-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Shimano XT drivetrain
</h2><div><p>Shimano has announced its new XT drivetrain, which can be run as a single chainring and with a new 11-42 cassette. Photo: Shimano</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/Shimano-DEORE-XT-M8000-Sea-Otter-41.jpg"title="The new XT trail pedal looks excellent for off-road riders. Photo: Shimano" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/Shimano-DEORE-XT-M8000-Sea-Otter-41-293x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Shimano XT drivetrain
</h2><div><p>The new XT trail pedal looks excellent for off-road riders. Photo: Shimano</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/Shimano-DEORE-XT-M8000-Sea-Otter-141.jpg"title="There is still a 2x option for the XT drivetrain, and Shimano insists that its 11-42 cassette cannot be used with a 2x drivetrain. Photo: Shimano" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/Shimano-DEORE-XT-M8000-Sea-Otter-141-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Shimano XT drivetrain
</h2><div><p>There is still a 2x option for the XT drivetrain, and Shimano insists that its 11-42 cassette cannot be used with a 2x drivetrain. Photo: Shimano</p></div></li><li class="slide"><div class="viewLargerImage"><a class="fancybox" rel="gallery" href="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/Vector2_HR_6551.jpg"title="Garmin has re-launched its power-based pedals with the Vector 2 and Vector 2S. The left-side-only Vector 2S will retail for $900 and the Vector 2 will go for $1,500. The new power meters do not require the use of washers and sport LED lights, which should make setup easier. It's worth noting the pedals come in two thread lengths: standard for 12-15mm thick crank arms and large for 15-18mm thick crank arms. Photo: Garmin" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Image Gallery Carousel', 'Enlarge', 'View Larger Image']);">View Larger Image.</a></div><a href="#" class="p-next-img"><img src="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/04/Vector2_HR_6551-659x440.jpg" class="cover secondary"/></a><h2 class="slideHed">Sea Otter Tech: Garmin pedals
</h2><div><p>Garmin has re-launched its power-based pedals with the Vector 2 and Vector 2S. The left-side-only Vector 2S will retail for $900 and the Vector 2 will go for $1,500. The new power meters do not require the use of washers and sport LED lights, which should make setup easier. It's worth noting the pedals come in two thread lengths: standard for 12-15mm thick crank arms and large for 15-18mm thick crank arms. Photo: Garmin</p></div></li><li class="slide"><a href="https://www.circsource.com/store/Subscribe.html?offerId=7888"><imgsrc="http://cdn.velonews.competitor.com/files/2015/01/VeloBG15_300x250.jpg" /></a></li></ul></div></div>
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