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Tacx Vortex Smart
$549.99
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
Kinetic Sweat Guard
$25.00
While you reap the fitness benefits of your indoor suffer sessions, Kurt Kinetic's Sweat Guard collects the byproducts, keeping your bike's top tube clean and shiny. A five-inch Velcro opening at the center provides ample viewing of your handlebar- or stem-mounted computer.
Specialized 142+ Trainer Adaptor
$26.00
This adaptor makes Specialized's proprietary 142+ rear MTB axle compatible with any stationary fluid/wind trainer. Enables Body Geometry Fit technicians to fit riders to 142+ equipped bikes. - Stainless steel construction for durability - Fits Specialized proprietary 142+ rear axle - Compatible with 5mm Allen for easy installation
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