4iii has released an updated version of its single-sided Precision crank-based power meter that’s designed to be more streamlined than the original version, and announced a new Precision Pro Dual power meter, which measures power from both legs, that will be available later in the year.
When Kip Fyfe and Victoria Brilz co-founded their first company, building their business in the town of Cochrane, located 35 kilometres northwest of downtown Calgary, was a matter of pure practicality.
For Victoria Brilz everything is a possibility now, but as a Medicine Hat College student in 1976 she couldn’t have imagined her future would include:
- Working for IBM to bring results of the Olympics online.
- Making a deal with Nike and having her company featured on the cover of Popular Science magazine.
- Developing high performance sports technology that would be used by a pro cycling team at the Tour de France.
4iiii Innovations Incorporated (4iiii) has announced another partnership to support a pro cycling team.
In partnership with ARGON18, a high-end bicycle manufacturer, and SAS, a leader in business analytics software and services, 4iiii will be supporting SAS – Macogep – Acquisio, a women’s pro cycling team based out of Quebec for the 2016 cycling season.
This 2016 S-Works Tarmac is ridden by David De La Cruz Melgarejo, a Spanish cyclist now into his eighth season as a professional. Check it out…
Video by Global Cycling Network featuring Marcel Kittel’s Specialized Venge ViAS bike and showing the 4iiii PRECISION power meter.
One new entrant into the WorldTour in 2016 is 4iiii, with its Precision Pro power meter being used by Etixx-Quick Step.
The Sportiiiis is a head up display from Canada’s 4iiii that you can add to your existing eyewear to help you stay within your chosen training/racing zones.
As the consequences of our resource-weighted economy are felt on a daily basis, calls for an economic diversification strategy at both the provincial and federal levels are mounting.
4iiii Innovations, Inc., is one of a handful of startups bringing more affordable power meters to market, and it looks like their the first of the bunch to make it to the top levels of our sport. This isn’t the first time we’ve featured 4iiii’s power meter.