130 Euros is crazy money for spare bodies from pedals that only cost 79 Euros new! (Xpedo Thrust NXL)
You don’t need any of that anyway.
Remove one of the springs from the existing body and you’re good to go. The axle slides out after loosening off the bolt on one end. Don’t pull it all the way out, remove the spring and then slide the axle back in and everything is much looser.
Are you using Xpedo or Look cleats? The Xpedo cleats are slightly thinner and feel normal to me. I got a pair of Look cleats and almost broke my ankle just trying to unclip!
It’s not clear from the thread so far. Will the portion of cycling dynamics they’ve implemented appear on the TR UI? Will it only work with an ANT+ connection or Bluetooth as well?
My take on the IAV Cycling Dynamics released today:
Will give it a go next time I’m feeling mechanical.
We have not had the chance to test the Assiomas yet with CD, but if Favero followed the Cycling Dynamics protocol to the letter, it should be able to work with the existing implementation. Let us know it works for you .
Cycling Dynamics is only supported via iOS and ANT+ at this time.
I’ve done this last week and finally release experience is a it should be.
Highly recommend this tweak.
Is it likely that it will be released on the windows desktop app in the near future?
I was wondering that too! I might just have to do a test
Thanks for mentioning that it is only recorded on Garmin head units. I guess I will be waiting around for Wahoo to enable it. I have been rehabbing a hip injury and was curious about the different patterns for each leg.
We do not plan to bring Cycling Dynamics to the desktop versions .
Sorry I don’t have better news for you.
Update: We have tested the new Assioma firmware in house with Cycling Dynamics on iOS/ANT+ and it works
What about Android Bryce?
Not at this time unfortunately. Cycling Dynamics is only availiable on a small number of devices, so a majority of our users would not be able to use this feature if we were to spend the extensive development hours required to make it a reality on all platforms.
That’s very disappointing. Needing to run a head unit in parallel to capture all the data for a workout creates a syncing nightmare.
It’s on more devices now. Re: Development costs. Risky response, today especially.
Rouvy gave the same response when I asked them about L/R balance on screen.
It’s the old chicken, egg, or price rises problem. Which comes first?
Man, that’s super disappointing. Even if it means still collecting the info and allowing it to be exported out to another program like GC. Instead, you have to win the lucky-dip “which version do you use” prize that I find all too common with TR.
And not all of them, not 520 for example but it is on the 520 plus. Search for the DC Rainmaker update.
Look forward to seeing GC to release new version with CD data collection not through Garmin head units. That is the only way I may see my CD analysis charts on my Win PC.
Does it require the Garmin head units for working with TR, or does the TR app collect the cycling Dynamics data itself direct from the pedals? If so where is the data displayed for analysis post workout?