So you bought a power meter; now what do you do with it? Stages Cycling hopes its new Dash computer and corresponding Link software will answer this question on a daily basis for riders who want to improve.

While many cycling computers are increasingly focused on GPS-related elements, such as navigation or Strava Live, the new Stages Dash has a myopic focus on training with power.

Although it has GPS, Stages Dash is not a direct competitor to the top-end Garmin Edge computers; its closest comparison would be SRM’s PC8, the training tool found on many pros’ handlebars.

When tied in with the Stages Link software, the Dash delivers specific workout instructions, with a spartan but customizable presentation.

The Dash is the first head unit computer from Stages Cycling, which launched its left-crank power meter in 2012.

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