Assioma power doubled compared to Kickr Core


When I try to use the Assioma UNO together with my Kickr Core with powermatch enabled it becames super EASY.

So I went to take a look at the power date and it’s reporting almost double then the kickr core.

Here is a video of the device menu

We can say widly different power values. Is there something I’m missing or is it just a bug on trainerroad side.

Yup, in the Favero app settings, you need to turn of a setting called something like “Double Power”.

Oh, this is nice.

Now the question is why there’s no information about this ANYWHERE in Trainerroad? And tbh even searching in the forum and the Trainerroad support page I did found anything.

I don’t have time to search and link, but this has definitely been discussed multiple times over the years. It is the reason I know how to find an answer via the Favero site in the first place.

Keep in mind (and as alluded to in the Favero info), this is potentially app and connection mode dependent. It is not a problem in all TR use nor other apps from what I have seen. To a degree, this really is a Favero issue because they are the only single-sided provider that I have heard with this specific issue.

It never hurts to share this directly with so they can review and consider changes as appropriate.


Hey @tuxedotrainer :slight_smile:

I’ll bring it up to the team to see if this is something we can add to one of our Support Articles!

Here is a good forum thread with nice info about the Assioma Pedals, but I’ll resume below.

Depending on what model Assioma pedals you have and whether you use BLE or ANT+ connection the following applies:

Favero Assioma Pedals have two different models.

Favero Assioma Uno Pedals: Left-sided pedals that double the power reading.
Favero Assioma Duo Pedals: Left and right side pedals that send two different power readings.

Pairing Favero Assioma Duo Pedals over ANT+ will send a combined Left and Right Power reading.

Pairing Favero Assioma Duo Pedals over Bluetooth (per the screenshot @Will_Peters posted) will send power readings depending on the setting:

Unified L: Right pedal is ignored; power is doubled from left pedal and sent to TR.
Dual-channel L/R: You only pair one pedal in TR, but power comes from both the left and right pedals.