Over the last few years, the direct mount smart trainer has been recognised as the gold standard when it comes to indoor bike training. Kinetic has long relied on the Rock and Roll system to differentiate from rivals, but the lack fo a direct mount trainer has been a sore point. Not any more!
Smart Trainers, looked at using the Zwift Gear Test protocol
The Elite Nero Smart Rollers are my first ride in the world of parabolic rollers. This is my preview of the Elite Nero system, and initial feels as to Elite new training tool.
It’s 2018 trainer season, and Tacx has updated their flagship trainer. The Tacx Neo 2 has been developed as a result of engineering feedback from the Tacx NEO Smart Bike and a deeper understanding of the complex magnets which go to give the unique characteristics of the Tacx NEO 2. So let’s see what is…
Another year and another crop of turbo trainers. It looks like this is going to be a big one, Elite, Tacx, Cycleops, Kinetic all have new units this year. One of the first on the shelves is the Elite Drivo II – now in black
Autumn is upon us, and that means turbo trainers reviews. The Elite Drivo II is the first up in the TG cave, and this preview gives my first impressions of the Italians lastest indoor bike trainer, along with a report of my 2018 Elite Factory visit and the Elite Fuoripista. So let’s get into things!
The Kinetic InRide power sensor allows a simple upgrade of existing Kinetic Trainers. But how effective is that powermeter on Zwift?