The Tacx Bushido requires you to assemble it based on the wheel size of the bike you plan to ride on it. That's the only Tacx trainer I've spent any time with, but that suggests the Tacx units won't be the best option. I don't have any experience with the Drivo.
I have been contemplating getting the Kinetic Road Machine Smart Control
. I haven't played with one yet, but currently use a Road Machine in the studio. It's a solid trainer that fits pretty much anything out there, once you get a set of the thru-axle adapters
. If the Kinetic app is any good, the Smart Control could work pretty well for what you want to do, I would think.
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