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Ever wondered what the favourite training rides of pro riders look like? Which surroundings and height profile do they love to ride with? And how cool would it be if you can join the pro riders during their favourite training rides? Guess what?… we’ve just enabled you to do so by adding Real live videos of their rides to our software!

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One of the unique features of the NEO Smart trainer is that you can train in isotonic and isokinetic mode. Both modes are very useful for your training, but what is it, what are the differences and what’s in it for you? Read on to find out!

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This year, we launched the Tacx Desktop app with which the world becomes your playground! To make this app even better, we’ve just released a major update with some really cool new features. Read on to find out more about live opponents, 3D GPS rides, structured workouts and even a small hidden feature!

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The indoor training season has started and we’re kicking off with a new direct drive trainer: the FLUX S Smart. This upgraded version of the FLUX has a better ride feel and improved bike compatibility. Read on to learn more about this improved version of its iconic predecessor.

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You’ve been training your *ss off for that BIG moment. Whether it’s for La Marmotte, The IRONMAN or a cyclosportive, you might ask yourself in the weeks before D-Day what’s best to do? We’ve asked professional coach Jim van den Berg from Robic in the Netherlands for the best tips.

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In 2015, Tacx launched the NEO Smart trainer. Since then, this trainer hasn’t been equalled or surpassed by other brands. The product developers of Tacx have not been idle since the launch and have added extra features, like Road Feel and isokinetic mode, for example. Martin Smits, business development manager of the Dutch brand, explains these new features.

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When you’re searching for a good power training on the internet, you must have noticed that the term ‘FTP’ comes up every time. In this article, we’ll explain what it is, why it is useful for your training and how to perform a FTP test on your indoor trainer.

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