Introducing the pinnacle of indoor bike training. The Tacx NEO 2 Smart. On top of immersive features - Road Feel, Dynamic Inertia and Descent simulation, this new direct drive also features left and right pedal stroke analysis. Did we mention that it's also the most silent, accurate and realistic bike trainer available?
This isn't just indoor cycling. You are taking training to a whole new level.
Excerpt from product launch:
The familiar NEO Smart features are still there, such as Road Feel, with which you experience the vibrating sensation of riding on cobblestones, gravel and many other road surfaces (in Tacx Films and Zwift). And what about that exciting feeling of accelerating into a descent after youâ€™ve reached the top of a mountain? That is what is exactly simulated with the Descent simulation feature. Also, like the NEO, it is equipped with Dynamic inertia. In contrast to the mass inertia of a flywheel, Dynamic inertia compensates for weight, speed and angle of inclination, improving the cycling feeling significantly. With the Isokinetic and Isotonic training modes you train on a fixed power or speed to improve your pedal stroke. These modes are available for free in the Tacx Utility app.
This trainer is equipped with the same powerful resistance unit as the NEO, being able to simulate incline gradients up to 25% and sprints up to a whopping 2200 Watts. What differentiates the NEO series from other trainers is the maximum resistance when cycling at low speeds, small gears and very steep climbs. In this way, youâ€™re able to simulate realistic hill climbs. So, if you virtually climb the Alpe dâ€™Huez, your legs will complain just as they would on the real climb outdoors.
ONLY REAL DIRECT DRIVE TRAINER
In contrast to all other indoor trainers and direct drives, there are no physical transmissions (like a belt) or other internal or external influencers on the power measurement. That is why the NEO 2 Smart is the only REAL direct drive trainer available (the same goes for the NEO Smart of course). It measures your power across the entire operating range accurately within 1%, making sure you that your data is accurate and reliable. And because of the lack of physical transmissions, it is extremely silent and there is no need for maintenance and calibration. Isnâ€™t that what we all want, in the end?