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  1. 10.000 kilometers, indoor and outdoor workouts, MTB races - this is how I've been testing the Favero Assioma Duo power meter pedals for the last two seasons. Let me share with you, what are my thoughts on this training measuring device. What you get for the money... $499 for Favero Assioma Uno, or $749 for the double - sided Assioma Duo, make these pedals a great deal on the market in 2019. Remember, that you are not getting here an additional power measuring device to your bike, but a fully functional road clipless pedals. Another good thing is, that you can always upgrade from Uno
  2. Race Bike Tactics Don't work for free, don't make pointless attacks, find the right place in the peloton. That's the conclusion of my latest video, which presents a huge difference in the power output and the heart rate when leading the pack vs. following wheels. Workout Break Down I used my Favero Assioma power meter + Sigma ROX 12.0 bike computer. There was a slight hill, which you can see on the overlay of the video below. 3 minutes at 25 km/h leading (15,5 mph) - avg HR 116 bpm, avg power 127 W 3 minutes at 25 km/h following - avg HR 108 bpm, avg power 7