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For more than 15 years, CycleOps has developed cutting-edge training tools for performance-minded cyclists. CycleOps launched the world's first fluid trainer, the predecessor of the popular Fluid2. CycleOps tested its line of trainers by sponsoring Carmichael Training Systems, U.S. Postal Service and Slipstream Sports. CycleOps launched its line of Pro Series trainers in 2008, inc. the CycleOps PowerBeam with integrated power measurement technology. PowerTap was added to the CycleOps family after the company acquired innovative power meter technology. The CycleOps PowerTap has become an invaluable training tool for pro cyclists - inc world champions Cadel Evans and Taylor Phinney, ProTour teams Omega Pharma Lotto and the Cervelo Test Team, and the CPU has also been used by Ironman triathletes Linsey Corbin and Chris Lieto. At the 2009 Tour de France, the Joule was launched - a cycling computer designed for athletes who train with any type of power meter.