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Old 04-13-22, 09:32 AM
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chaadster
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My thoughts revolve around having no idea what your needs, plans, or goals are, but loving my Assioma Duos.

I like the accuracy of the Duos because I do my workouts across two stationary setups, each with hub power meters, so the on-road numbers match up more accurately. I also like the dual sided data, which help me manage my arthritic knees vis-a-vis performance.

With regard to Assiomas generally, one of the things I really like about them is that I can swap on SPD pedal bodies quickly and easily, which I do seasonally so that I can wear more secure MTB insulated boots in the winter. I use Xpedo CXR dual-sided pedals for that.


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