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Tacx Flux Trainer
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- Stable shape keeps up with you, especially when standing on your pedals
- 1500W power output and 10% max slope
- Connects with all smart devices and a variety of training apps, including Zwift
- Combines direct drive technology with an electro-brake for an accessible and interactive ride
- Compact design with a large 7kg flywheel that transmits even the slightest fluctuations in resistance
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While autumn makes for some of the most stunning cycling, there's always a looming darkness in the back of our minds as we try to deny that these cool and crisp mornings will turn into snow banks in a matter of weeks. Many of us loathe trainers, we'd prefer to sip Scotch and sit next to a fire than stare at a screen while listening to the whine of rollers or a fly wheel, and certainly are displeased with the way so many trainers feel so unrealistic compared to our beloved pavement. Then there are the high end trainers, which do a great job simulating the road-feel, and tend to be much quieter, but with such a high price tag that it's hard to fathom bringing one into the house. Finally, Tacx has a solution to offer us with the Flux Smart Trainer, with a heavy fly wheel and electromagnets to simulate the torque and power of road riding with a smaller price tag. Will it be enough to get you to set down your class of Scotch and give it a spin' We suppose that's for you to decide. The Flux is Tacx's response to the well-received Neo, which has proved to be incredibly popular. The global acceptance of the Neo created a drive to create a similar direct drive smart trainer that's a bit more pocket-friendly and accessible to more riders. With compatibility on a massive array of apps and the ability to transmit via Bluetooth as well as ANT+ FE-C, the Flux can pair with virtually any smart phone, tablet or computer. It's happy to work with Tacx's own app, or other popular third-party apps such as Zwift and TrainerRoad. Two LEDs illuminate on the side to let you know when you're connected to your device, so there's no guessing whether or not you've successfully paired with the trainer. The trainer is intuitive and fully programmable for your training plan du jour. Smart electronics work to transfer each watt accurately to your body when you make even the slightest adjustments to your power settings, so you know the resistance will increase or decrease where needed during yo...
Color: Black | Size: without Cassette
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I watched Shane Millers and DC Rainmakers YouTube reviews and again they didn’t discourage me. Again, TACX could be seen as addressing the problem.
The Flux is an entry level direct drive trainer, and at the price point that I could afford. The local shops all seemed to have the Cycleops trainers which didn’t excite me. I’m not sure why but I didn’t feel good about them, the price point was just out of reach for me as well.
The setup was easy, unbox, slide the legs on and bolt them in place. The hardest part was putting the cassette on, but only because I used the 12T connector instead of the 11T one. Both came with the Flux.
I’d reached out to the seller prior to placing the order and had received an immediate answer. Another good sign as far as I was concerned.
My first ride with the Flux on Zwift told me I’d made a good decision. The first hill, I saw it coming and just like real life as I moved into attack position the resistance went up and I started the climb. I find I love attacking the rollers around the city in Zwift and have climbed Leath hill 3 times in the last two days. One of my goals this winter was to get better at climbing hills, this trainer is going to make that goal a lot easier to achieve.
I’d definitely recommend the Flux to other cyclists, and already have. I took it with me to the studio at the request of the guys I ride with. They all liked what they saw.
Just avoid the headaches and don't get this thing. I won't be buying another Tacx product, as I can't believe how poor the quality control is on this product.