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Favero Assioma PRO MX-1 MTB Power Meter Pedals

Niel Ubod July 13, 2024
5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)


Favero’s new, affordable, single-sided MTB power meter pedals!

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Favero Assioma PRO MX-1 MTB Power Meter Pedals

The Favero Assioma PRO MX-1 MTB Power Meter Pedals use Shimano SPD cleats making them a true off-road pedal! The MX-1’s measure power from the left leg, are +/- 1.0% accurate and have a 60-hour rechargeable battery life.

Made from 6061-T6 aluminum, they are designed to be lightweight at only 191.4 grams for the pair, while still robust enough for the toughest trails. The electronics and batteries are housed within the pedal which protects them from rock strikes and debris.

Additionally, power meter pedals are very easy to move between bikes making them a popular choice for many riders. The PRO MX-1 power meter pedals also use Favero’s IAV power calculation system and come with a full 2-year warranty.


Key Product Details


This power meter is compatible with Shimano SM-SH51 SPD cleats and any bike. While these pedals are designed for MTB, gravel or cyclocross riders, they can also be used on a road or indoor bike. See Compatibility tab for more information.

Power Measurement:

These pedals measure power from the left leg and double the value to approximate your total power, which is how all single-sided power meters operate.

Key Features:

Compatible with any bike, can move from bike-to-bike, accurate to within +/- 1.0%, lightweight, 60 hours of battery life, rechargeable battery, ANT+ and Bluetooth compatible, 2-year warranty. See Specs tab for more information.

Advice From Our Staff:

While the PMC staff has not ridden this power meter yet, Favero has an outstanding track record of accuracy and reliability when it comes to power meter pedals. In addition, early third-party reviews look very favorable.


Other Versions to Consider

Assioma PRO MX-2: We also have the dual-sided Favero Assioma PRO MX-2 MTB Power Meter Pedals. The MX-2’s cost more, however they measure power from both legs.


Bike: The Favero Assioma PRO MX-1 is compatible with virtually any off-road bike. This includes MTB, gravel or cyclocross. They can also be used on a road or indoor bike.

Cleats: The power meter pedals are compatible with Shimano SM-SH51 SPD cleats.

Favero PRO MX-1 Power Meter Specs

NameFavero Assioma PRO MX-1
Bike TypeMTB
Location of Power MeasurementPedal
Left or Both Legs MeasuredSingle - Left
Independent Left/Right MeasurementSingle - No
Communication ProtocolANT+ and Bluetooth SMART
Claimed Accuracy+/- 1.0%
Active Temp. CompensationYes
Cleat TypeShimano SM-SH51 SPD
Weight191.4 grams (each pedal)
Battery TypeRechargeable lithium ion
Battery Life60 hours
Method of Cadence MeasurementAccelerometer
Rider Weight Limit264.5 lbs
Stack Height11.2 mm
Warranty2 years
Q-Factor53 mm

In the Box

  • Favero Assioma PRO MX-1 Power Meter Pedals
  • 1 set of Shimano SM-SH51 SPD cleats
  • 4 washers
  • USB charging cable
  • 1 magnetic charging connector
  • Greasing tools kit
  • Welcome flyer

Tools Needed for Installation

You will need the following tools for installation of this product. You can purchase many of these commonly used tools in our store.

  • Pedal wrench

Common Questions and Answers

Question: In addition to the cleats that ship with this power meter, can I use my own Shimano SPD cleats?

  • Yes, the cleats that ship with this power meter are Shimano's SM-SH51 SPD cleats so you can use either one.

Question: How can I see my Favero IAV Cycling Dynamics data?

  • Riders can see this data on Garmin computers and the Favero app. This data will not be displayed on bike computers other than Garmin.
6 reviews for Favero Assioma PRO MX-1 MTB Power Meter Pedals
  1. JeffC

    I love these pedals. Like others have said, super easy to install and work flawlessly. I also am using SH-56 Multi-release cleats and I confirmed they were compatible with these pedals by contacting Favero Assioma Customer Support directly in Italy. I received a response from Italy in less than 2 days. Very impressed with their Customer service.

  2. Sharon R (verified owner)

    As a data nerd, a power meter has been on my want-list for a while. I was hesitant at first to buy these pedals, only because of the stated required use of Shimano SM-SH51 SPD cleats. As a longtime user of multi-release SM-SH56 cleats with light action pedals, I was worried that I’d have trouble clipping in/out. No worries. I was able to satisfactorily lighten the tension to my liking, and also am finding that the multi-release cleats work quite well with the pedals. Data looks reasonable – in line with Strava estimates for similar efforts prior to obtaining the pedals. For the first few rides I was seeing several instances of zero watts during times that I was consciously putting power into the pedals. I found a post on Reddit that was quite helpful in solving this. It recommended to be sure to connect to the Garmin only via Ant+ (remove any Bluetooth connection), and also to be sure to remove or disable any sensors that are not currently in use. These two actions did the trick, and I have not observed an unexpected zero reading since. I’m quite happy with performance, and also that I can easily charge them without having to pull off any caps or plugs.

  3. Kevin F. (verified owner)

    Excellent product, easy to install, works flawlessly, combined with a robust build quality. Purchased for use on a Trek Checkpoint SL5. I will only run favero pedals.

    • Power Meter City

      We’re glad this is working well for you, Kevin. Thanks for leaving a review on this power meter!

  4. Joshua Hoover (verified owner)

    Great! Super easy to install and setup. The power numbers seem very accurate comparing to my other bike with a 4iii left crank power meter. Love that you can recharge this rather than install a new battery.

    • Power Meter City

      We’re glad you’re enjoying these pedals, Joshua! We’re glad to hear they’re working well and getting some good use!

  5. Murray Davis (verified owner)

    Excellent process…no fuss, no muss.

    • Power Meter City

      Thanks for the kind words, Murray. Enjoy the pedals!

  6. Robert H. (verified owner)

    Easy install. Solid overall, with great build quality which isn’t surprising. Data is very smooth and accurate for gravel, even with very punchy and uneven terrain.

    • Power Meter City

      Thanks for the review on this power meter, Robert! We’re glad to hear it’s working well for you and are happy to help with anything else you may need. Enjoy the ride!

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