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WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [jimmyh49aus] [ In reply to ]
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [hideano] [ In reply to ]
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PM sent
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [jimmyh49aus] [ In reply to ]
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Why not a CycleOps Hammer?

- up to 20% grade
- 20lb flywheel replicates road feel very well
- 64db @ 20mph
- 2000W capability
- Widest stance of all direct drive trainers
- supports all kinds of dropout spacing
- amazing customer service

CycleOps ambassador
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [jimmyh49aus] [ In reply to ]
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I've got a tacx Neo. Low use. Been sitting in the box. I prefer my Lemond Revolution as it turns out...dumb as it is it has the best road feel. I'd let the Tacx go for a good deal. PM me.
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [Hesiod] [ In reply to ]
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PM'd
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [VTR1000SP2] [ In reply to ]
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Vs. the other direct-drive trainers in the Hammer's price range (Kickr, Drivo Neo):


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- up to 20% grade

They all do that. Drivo and Neo a bit more.


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- 20lb flywheel replicates road feel very well

They all do that (according to DCR)

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- 64db @ 20mph
Comparable to Kickr, not as quiet as Neo (DCR)

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- 2000W capability

That's the least of any of them. Next lowest is Neo at 2200W


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- Widest stance of all direct drive trainers
- supports all kinds of dropout spacing
- amazing customer service

Those seem legit, though customer service is pretty subjective.

So, to me, there's no single huge selling point for the Hammer. Unless you have specific issues like weird dropouts or you're worried about toppling over your trainer or something.


But I could see no huge problem with it either, so if you have CycleOps brand loyalty, I could see going for it.
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [trail] [ In reply to ]
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Hey,

I am not to cycling and looking for a trainer as well. Are any of you still selling a trainer?

Thank you,
Ben
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [zander1976] [ In reply to ]
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Feel free to pm me.
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [Hesiod] [ In reply to ]
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Bumping this thread as Im also looking for one of these or a hammer
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [Hammer Down] [ In reply to ]
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Hammer Down wrote:
Bumping this thread as Im also looking for one of these or a hammer

I've got a Neo that I'm wanting to sell because I want a Kickr Climb... Low miles, no issues. PM me.
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [DrPete] [ In reply to ]
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I have a 2nd Gen Wahoo Kickr with very light use for sale $900 shipped within US.
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [Hammer Down] [ In reply to ]
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I have a almost new(used 4x) wahoo kickr with 10 and 11 speed cassettes for sale, 750 plus shipping conus. shipping should be around 40 bucks. message me if you are interested.
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Re: WTB: Wahoo Kickr/Tacx Neo [Hammer Down] [ In reply to ]
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I have a Gen 1 KICKR w/ 10spd cassette I will sell for 750 shipped (OBO).
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