Tacx Flow Smart Full Connect Trainer

Tacx Flow Smart Full Connect Trainer
Tacx Flow Smart Full Connect Trainer
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Flow Smart Full Connect Trainer by Tacx
Tacx's Flow Smart Full Connect Trainer brings the classic electric magnet trainer model into the future with wireless transmission of speed, cadence, and power. It connects to training apps like Zwift, TrainerRoad, or Tacx's own app, and the fact that it's wheel-on means you can easily pop your bike in and out if the weather clears up on a bright winter afternoon. The roller's elastogel core helps cut down noise by cutting down vibrations, so the whole neighborhood won't be alerted every time you have an indoor training session, and a heavy flywheel and large footprint and front wheel block help replicate road feel and provide stability.

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SKU: TAC002J
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