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Almost all manufacturers of bike trainers are launching their new, already announced, products for this indoor season. The same goes for Tacx: the FLUX S is already for sale and the FLUX 2 and NEO Bike are on its way. But then, out of the Tacx blue, there was the surprise introduction of the NEO 2 Smart! Read on to find out more about the new pinnacle of indoor trainers.

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Indoor training is getting more and more popular. Not only because the trainers are getting better, but also because the possibilities with apps and software are endless now. There’s a wide range of indoor trainers and you might wonder what kind of trainer suits you best? Let’s start by explaining the difference between the classic wheel-on trainer and a direct drive trainer.

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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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And here is number three! After launching the FLUX S Smart and the NEO 2 Smart we’d like to introduce you to the FLUX 2 Smart. This improved version of its progenitor is stronger, better and has a wider compatibility range of axles and bikes. Read on to find out more about this powerful challenging Smart trainer.

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What’s the main difference between the two types of bike trainers? Are non-smart trainers a dumb idea? Or can you still be clever choice a basic trainer? This article will help you decide which trainer will suit you best.

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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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Do you recognize this? Your bike has fallen over, you don’t see any damage and start riding. At the first steep climb you shift to your lowest gear and your rear derailleur is in your wheel. The result? A broken derailleur, broken spokes and possibly a damaged frame. All bad news. Luckily there’s something new on the market to prevent this kind of damage: the Tacx Crashpad.

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