Installing the Pedals

This procedure is for any Rally™ 200 system and uses images of the Rally RS pedals. The installation for any Rally 100 system is the same, but the power sensor components are in the left pedal only. For more information, see About the Rally 100 System.

  1. Install the right pedal first.
  2. Apply a thin layer of grease on the pedal spindle threads.

    Tube of bike grease and the device
  3. Insert the spindle into the crank arm.
  4. Hand tighten the spindle.
  5. Use the pedal wrench to tighten the spindle.

    Pedals on the bike with a wrench
    NOTE: Garmin® recommends torque of 25 lbf-ft. (34 N-m).
  6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 to install the left pedal.
    NOTE: The left pedal spindle has a left-handed (reverse) thread.
  7. Move your bike chain to the largest chain ring and the smallest cassette gear.
  8. Rotate the crank arm to check for clearance.

    Garmin recommends 2 mm or more between the pedal and the chain.

    Detailed view of the chain clearance
  9. If the pedal rubs the chain, add one washer (included) between the spindle and the crank arm to increase clearance.

    To maintain an equal q factor, you can add one washer to the left pedal spindle.


    Do not add more than one washer to each pedal. Doing so could increase the stress on the pedal spindle and spindle threads causing possible damage to the pedals or bike or a possible crash leading to property damage or serious personal injury.


    Do not install pedal extenders. Doing so could damage the electronics in the pedals, causing the pedals to not function.

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