Garmin Tacx NEO 2T Smart Trainer

$1,000.00
Color: Black
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Bring the outdoor ride experience inside with the Garmin Tacx NEO 2T smart trainer. Dynamic inertia and a virtual flywheel provide a realistic ride, from powerful sprints to the feeling of cobbles.

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Features

  • Dynamic inertia compensates for weight, speed and angle of inclination to make your ride feel as realistic as possible
  • Road feel feature works with Tacx software or the Zwift app to make the trainer simulate the feeling of riding on different road surfaces, such as cobblestone and gravel
  • Updated motor design reduces noise from air displacement and vibration, resulting in nearly silent indoor training
  • Put out more powerful climbs and sprints with improved ride feel, thanks to a motor capable of generating up to 2,200 watts for higher resistance under specific conditions
  • Measures power and cadence within 1%, making sure your data is accurate and reliable—with no calibration process required
  • Capacitive detection sensor measures the exact position of your legs, enabling pedal stroke analysis via compatible 3rd-party software and Edge® bike computers (not included)
  • Directly compatible with 10x135, 12x142 and 12x148 mm axles
  • Foldable frame offers easy transport and storage
  • Includes Shimano/SRAM 9–11 freehub body
  • Cassette not included

Imported.

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Indoor Cycling

Resistance Type

Flywheel

Dimensions

22.6 x 29.5 x 21.7 inches

Foldable

Yes

Software Controlled

Yes

Weight

47 lbs. 4.8 oz.

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43 reviews with an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars

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