Two Vuelta de Espana leaders, Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde, want event coordinators to ban the use of power meters. Quintana claims that cyclists should be "racing on feelings" and that meters make you race more cautiously and thus take away the spectacle. But are power meters adding to the science of cycling? If so, what is more important, intensity or information? Also, catch up on all the action from Barcelona's RedHook and FUSAC series in Southern California.