Garmin Tacx NEO 2T Smart Trainer

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Why We Love It
There’s no question that most cyclists prefer to ride their bikes outside. But with busy lifestyles and bad weather often getting in the way of your ideal ride times, having something like the Garmin Tacx Neo 2T Smart Trainer can revolutionize how you think about indoor training. By taking the place of your rear wheel, the Smart direct drive connects to your bike in order to offer a super realistic ride feel. This feeling of immediacy and connection to the road is even more apparent if you are making use of one of the many smart training apps available, including Garmin Tacx’s own app and software that offers a variety of training videos and structured workouts. What will probably amaze you, please your family, and thrill your neighbors if you live in an apartment house, is just how silent the Neo 2T remains. No eternal woosh of air movement, no more rumbly hum reverberating through the floor. And the smoothness of the ride when gradients change as well as the trainer’s ability to move and sway a little with you without feeling unstable enhances each ride. Whether climbing out of the saddle or sprinting to win the virtual race, the Garmin Tacx Neo 2T Smart Trainer gives you all the feedback you need; you can even have it set so that you’ll feel the vibrations of the cobbles or gravel roads you may be riding on Zwift or using Garmin Tacx’s own app. A wide range of bike types can be easily used since it is directly compatible with 135×10, 142×12 and 148×12mm axles. Bring professional training to your home today: this Garmin Tacx trainer can emulate up to a 25% grade and up to 2200 watts.
About This Item
  • From now until 9/30/22 purchase a Garmin Tacx Neo 2 Smart trainer and receive a free Garmin Tacx Neo Motion plate when submitting your proof of purchase at

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