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Garmin Tacx NEO Bike Smart Trainer

Garmin Tacx NEO Bike Smart Trainer

$3,199.99
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Official manufacturer description

A ONE-OF-A-KIND RIDING EXPERIENCE

Tacx NEO Bike Smart is a revolutionary smart bike that lets you train your way. Quiet, powerful and accurate, it makes cycling indoors remarkably realistic and fun.

Rides so real, you might just forget you’re indoors.

Make gains, not noise, with this super silent trainer.

See how you measure up with power and pedal stroke analysis.

Climb that leaderboard with your favorite apps, including Zwift and Tacx.

Feel the rumble and crunch of simulated cobblestones and gravel.

Color
Black
Resistance type
Electric
Dimensions
54.7" x 29.5
Connectivity
ANT+ connectivity, BLUETOOTH wireless technology
Accuracy
<1%
Maximum power output
2200 Watt
Rear wheel size
Virtual
Devices
Smartphone, tablet, ANT+ bike computers, stand alone, computer connection via ANT+ antenna
Flywheel Weight
Virtual
Power Requirements
110-240 V
Weight
110 lbs
Garmin Tacx NEO Bike Smart Trainer
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Daniel Pancotto
Daniel Pancotto
Verified cycling expert
Reviewed Aug 29, 2022

If you want the quietest, most accurate, most adjustable trainer out there. The NEO is, without a doubt, the best trainer on the market, and this version is great for households with more than one rider. Best of all, you don't have to worry about constantly changing out your back wheel or over-torquing your dropouts. It's ability to be adjusted easily also lets you play with bike fits - a great combination for success when fits are compared with a power meter.