Favero Assioma Pro MX – A no-Brainer 🧠

Favero Assioma PRO MX MTB-Power Meter Pedals
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Favero Assioma Pro MX – A no-Brainer choice for a MTB Power Meter

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These are the go-to pedals for MTB, CX, Trail and Gravel. Optionally available in a dual-sided power variant.

Favero is a lesser-known brand than Garmin. Yet its pedal-based power meters have been around for as long and have been renowned for their accuracy and reliability from Day 1. Oh, and did I say they are notably cheaper than Garmin?

Even in the rare, worst case where your pedal body breaks a replacement is a mere Eu49.

Reasons To Buy The Assioma MX

The specs shown below are the same or better than the competition in every respect.

Assioma MX Full Technical specifications


Bike TypeMTB
Location of Power MeasurementPedal
Left or Both Legs MeasuredDual – Both
Independent Left/Right MeasurementDual – Yes
Communication ProtocolsANT+ and

3x Bluetooth SMART

Claimed Accuracy+/- 1.0%
Active Temp. CompensationYes
Cleat TypeShimano SPD
Weight191.4 grams (each pedal)
Battery TypeRechargeable lithium-ion
Battery Life60 hours
Method of Cadence MeasurementAccelerometer
Rider Weight Limit264.5 lbs/120kg
Stack Height11.2 mm
Warranty2 years
DataPower, Cadence

L/R (MX-2 only)

Full cycling Dynamics ANT+

Q-Factor53 mm
OtherCadence: 10-250rpm

Power: 0-3000w

Favero has changed the pedal body design to ensure the electronics are now protected inside the spindle.

Reasons to avoid the Assioma MX

Other than the 60-hour battery life, which is still great, I can’t see any reason.


dcrainmaker and gplama channels both cite near-perfect accuracy.

Price & Availability

Links to Power Meter City in the USA and various EU/UK stores.



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2 thoughts on “Favero Assioma Pro MX – A no-Brainer 🧠

  1. will they release a new road version? i’m in the market for a power meter, the actual assioma duo was released back in 2019

    1. I would expect that to happen.
      The MX is going to be ramping up production this year, apparently it will be in short supply initially. so we have to ask if there would be production capacity for a new Road version this year. I guess not.

      i think a new road version in a year’s time, the obvious changes being the in-spindle design, PCO and battery life changes. Other than aesthetics it wont be worth the upgrade. as you probably know Assioma seems to last forver!

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