I raised a ticket with Wahoo earlier on this week around my Kickr Core Unit being barely 2 years old and showing an almost 10% difference in power numbers to my Assioma Duo Power Pedals. Yet to hear anything back after I sent a long explanation with the .fit files.
If this continues I might also not be in the market for another Wahoo product. Sorry about your experience with your Kickr Climb.
Hoping that someone can offer some guidance on what I should do around an issue I recently picked up with my Kickr Core.
I always Dual Record my indoor sessions done on Kickr Core/Zwift on my Garmin/Assioma Dual Sided Power Pedals. The power readings from workouts were always quite close - well with in 2-3% of each other which didn't bother me too much.
Recently though, I started noticing the numbers getting further apart with the Assioma's showing that the Kicker is overstating my power by up to 6 or 7% which although is great for my ego not actually a true reflection of where I am.
I have tried multiple spin-downs on the Wahoo App (The Assioma's Auto Calibrate) but the drift over time is very clear to see.
Any ideas - is this the end of my trusty Kickr's Life? ☹️
Agreed with the points above - I remember we rode Sani in 2019 and there was severe damage to the trails on the Day 3 that run next to the river. We had several hike a bike sections through some river sand - I am assuming that a lot of those trails will be gone now. Then there is the case of the trails than run all the way along the Umkomaas on Day 2 - not sure what the Umko has been like in the flooding but seeing some of the videos and photos coming through from KZN is likely flooded?
I'm curious to know - from previous 'stompies' I have picked up a lot of people don't even take up their red tented accommodation at all - how subscribed has this been as the couple of guys I know who did this years edition found themselves some comfy brick & mortar digs instead?