Tacx has launched its latest smart trainer called the NEO Bike Plus, touting updated shifters, more crank length adjustability and improved seat and stem adjustability over previous models.
“We are thrilled to bring innovative updates to the Tacx NEO Bike Plus to make it one of the most adaptable and engaging smart bikes available,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin Vice President of Global Consumer Sales.
“With accurate performance metrics, a customizable design and access to hundreds of training films from around the world with the Tacx Training app, the Tacx NEO Bike Plus is here to help you ride epic routes, climb those grueling ascents and get your miles in year-round – all from your own home,” he adds.
Tacx claims the NEO Bike Plus now has a power measurement accuracy of within 1%, along with more consistent speed and cadence measurements, while power data can be measured up to 2,200 watts.
As mentioned, the new bike offers five different crankarm length positions in order to accommodate a wide range of riders, while the seatpost and stem can be adjusted by the millimeter, further allowing the rider to optimize his or her fit.
Additionally, the NEO Bike Plus features a 4.5-inch integrated display and two USB chargers, allowing riders to access the Tacx Training app and other popular training platforms via a smartphone, tablet or laptop, while also being able to track important ride metrics using a compatible cycling computer. Moreover, riders can now follow structured workouts, race live opponents, upload GPS data and ride with 3D maps.
Available in January 2023, the Tacx NEO Bike Plus has a suggested retail price of $3,999.99. To learn more about the Tacx NEO Bike Plus, visit Garmin.com.
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