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Tacx Antares
$299.99
Do you want to work on your rhythm, make your muscles more flexible or refine your coordination and technique? Then use the Antares rollers. You can cycle freely, just like on the road or track. If you find it difficult to cycle unsecured you can use the Antares bracket. The Antares is collapsible and is easy to transport. Some cyclists keep finding it hard to ride without a restraint. They choose the Tacx Antares and use the support for Antares to secure the bike, without the front wheel, and still cover the mileage in front of them. Riding on ‘the Tacx’ is a relatively easy way to up your track pace and make your muscles more supple. This makes for completely natural movements. You keep pedalling from the hips, just as you would on the road or track. A high pedalling frequency, that is needed for the right feeling in the legs, is also possible. The Tacx Antares is the official warming-up trainer at the 2012 Olympic Games.
Tacx Galaxia
$399.99
The Galaxia takes you as close as possible to the natural road cycling experience, the rollers namely move along with you. You can perform sprints, extend your legs and stand on the pedals without the fear of falling off. Your movements are more free because you get close to the natural road cycling experience. When accelerating, the Galaxia rollers move forward as a result of the kinetic energy that is created and they move backwards when you slow down. With this patented ‘swing system’ you can work on your speed and suppleness without any concerns. The Galaxia is collapsible and easy to transport. The Tacx rollers have a state of the art design. Thanks to the conical rollers your ride is extra stable, so you can focus even more on your goals in training: improving your fitness and pedal stroke and maintaining your speed. Many worldclass riders don’t go anywhere without their Tacx rollers. During their warm-up and training sessions they use the rollers to maintain their speed and suppleness, essential tools for a track cyclist. Road cyclists increasingly use the rollers to cool down after a race. The bike doesn’t have to be attached to the trainer, as with the Booster, and the rollers run lighter so you can pedal more relaxed. This is perfect for a good cool-down after a long and strenuous exercise.
Tacx Vortex Smart
$649.99
The Vortex is an interactive Smart trainer with an electro brake. This resistance unit is suitable for an average training level and can reach a maximum resistance of 950 Watt. Instead of using a handlebar computer you train by connecting the Vortex quickly and easily to the Tacx apps or third party software. Of the many possible training options, you can choose the software that best matches you and your way of training. The Vortex communicates wirelessly via ANT+ and Bluetooth® Smart for convenient training sessions using your smartphone or tablet. Performance data can be viewed on several devices simultaneously, including your smartphone, bike computer and sports watch. When the Vortex Smart isn’t connected to a smartphone, tablet or computer, it behaves as a fluid trainer. This means the trainer behaves progressively: when your speed increases, the resistance increases as well. So it is possible to use this trainer in a “stand-alone” status. -Software Tacx apps & Third party apps. PC software via upgrade. -Operation Automatic -Resistance unit Electro -Realistic slope 7% 1 -Descent simulation - -Max brake power (10 sec.) 950 Watt -Sprint power (1 min.) 750 Watt -Mass inertia 11,81 kg 2 -Suitable for all bikes, if necessary with axle skewers or nuts -Wheeldiameter 26"- 29" and 700c; 29" with trainer tyre
CycleOps Climbing Riser Block
$39.99
CycleOps' Climbing Riser Block offers 3 levels of elevation to lift your front wheel and provide a workout simulating climbing hills. For steeper climbing workouts, 2 climbing blocks (sold separately) may be placed on top of each other for many different adjustment levels.
CycleOps H2 Smart Trainer
$1,619.99
No matter your training category, the H2 is the perfect addition to any athlete’s toolbox. From weekend warriors to pro-podium chasers, mountain bikers to triathletes, this smart direct drive trainer is versatile enough to push any training regimen to the edge. The heart of the H2 is its ability to replicate real world inertia better than anyone else thanks to it its massive, 20-pound precision-balanced flywheel. The H2’s soul is its impressive electrical prowess, complete with integrated cadence, speed and power data, internal cooling, over-the-air firmware updates, dual-band ANT+ and Bluetooth compatibility and topped off with its electromagnetic resistance system for rapid resistance changes within virtual training environments. Plus, at 64 decibels the H2 is library-level quiet - even if your next virtual victory may not be. - Noise level at 20 mph is 64 decibels, quiet enough to ride in a library. - PowerTuned using PowerTap technology for up to +/- 2% accurate power readings. - Thru-axle compatible for bike frames with fork widths of 142 or 148. - Quick-release compatible for bike frames with fork widths of 130mm and 135 mm. - Integrated dual ANT+ FE-C and Bluetooth standards. - Compatible with a wide variety of devices and virtual training application, including Rouvy, Zwift, TrainerRoad and many more. - - - - - Contact us with questions about compatibility with other software. - 20 lb precision balanced flywheel provides quiet, vibration free and true-to-the-road riding experience. - Fast response electromagnetic resistance ensures most responsive resistance and maximum power available. - Robust design is capable of handling up to 2000 watts at 20 mph and can simulate up to a 20% climbing grade. - Headless mode (powered on, not paired to any apps) lets you ride with a progressive resistance curve that matches the Fluid2. - Internally integrated speed, cadence and power data eliminates the need for extra external sensors. - LED indicator lights communicate connectivity and more. - Direct drive design directly connects the bicycle to the resistance unit, eliminating tire wear. - Integrated front wheel tray adds stability to ride without taking up any extra storage space. - Internal cooling technology ensures accurate ride data even during the hardest of workouts. - Built-in front wheel tray adds stability to ride and nests within the trainer when not in use. - Folding legs provide widest footprint of direct drive indoor bicycle trainers on the market for added stability and easy storage. - Includes a Shimano splined freehub for compatibility with Shimano 8-11 speed cassettes. XD freehubs are also available and sold separately. - Accessible and balanced handle allows for smooth, anyone-can-carry transit of the trainer. - Over the air (OTA) firmware updates via Bluetooth ensures the H2 is up to date with all the latest features. - All of our trainers are tested to the combined weight (rider and bike) of 300 lbs. - Dimensions when Open L*H*W: 31” x 18.5” x 19.5” (787.4 x 469.9 x 495.3 mm). - Dimensions when Closed L*H*W: 8.5” x 18.5” x 19.5” (76.2 x 469.9 x 495.3 mm). - Weighs in at 47 lb. (21.3 kg). - ANT+ and BlueGiga USB dongles sold separately. - Cassette not included. - Zwift certified.
CycleOps Trainer Thru Axle Kit
$89.99
- Adapts a thru axel hub bike for a trainer. - Only compatible with current classic series trainers. - Fits most 142-148 Thru axle bikes with 1.0 or 1.75 thread pitch - Kit consists of an axle, washers, end caps with bolts and a shorter version of our bolt action slider for the classic series trainer. - The axle is threaded on both sides to fit Syntace and Maxle/ABP style thru axle systems.
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