Boasting no fewer than 24 points of contact to measure performance data, Elite’s new Drivo is the latest to capitalize on the accuracy and realistic road feel associated with direct-drive trainers.
Indeed, Elite claims the new Drivo is capable of measuring performance data within an accuracy of +/-1%, as well as the ability to handle up to 2000 watts of power and speeds of more than 21 mph.
In addition, the Drivo can simulate gradients of up to 24%, all with a level of stability and quiet that direct-drive trainers have become known for.
As one would expect, the Drivo communicates with outside peripherals using Ant+ and Bluetooth Smart wireless protocols, which can not only sync with a wide range of computers, tablets and smartphones, but perhaps equally important, it can interface with third party training apps such as Zwift, Kinomap and Trainerroad.
According to Elite, the Drivo is compatible with virtually any standard rear axle set-up, from traditional quick releases to the latest 142x12mm thru-axle configurations.
No specifics on pricing as of yet, but look for this month’s Eurobike show to provide further details.
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