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Re: New Tracx Neo Smart vs Wahoo Kickr trainers [AHare]
Tacx has indicated the Neo will be released with support for ANT+ FE-C already in the firmware. I think Neo 'one-ups' the Kickr in that the direct drive feature requires no spin-down and when plugged into the home electrical supply, if the application being used supports it, the Neo will power the rear wheel on downhills such as in Tacx Real Life Video's or GPS rides. It would be nice to know if the Neo will broadcast speed and cadence data the companies other SMART trainers do as the design makes it more difficult to use an existing ANT+ speed sensor (typically mounted on the rear non-drive side stay) for recording speed data when recording with a cycle computer.

Last edited by: ms6073: Aug 21, 15 6:55

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  • Post edited by ms6073 (Dawson Saddle) on Aug 21, 15 6:55