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Tacx Flux Smart Trainer T2900

Bike Resistance Trainers
$1,384.99
$1,315.69
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Product Details

The Tacx Flux Smart T2900 cycletrainer features a compact and realistic direct drive - interactive and maintenance-free. The swift response of the Smart electronics and the 7 kg flywheel transmit the slightest fluctuations in resistance directly and accurately to your legs. Of all the Tacx trainers, the Flux has the heaviest actual flywheel with an effect of 25 kg. The greater the flywheel effect, the more realistic the cycling experience.

The Flux Smart uses ANT+ and Bluetooth® Smart for communication and can therefore be connected wirelessly to smartphones and tablets. The ANT+ FE-C protocol enables you to train with Tacx apps as well as with third-party apps such as Zwift and TrainerRoad. You can also train stand-alone. If you do not connect the Flux, it will simulate a flat road.

Features:
  • software: Tacx apps and third party apps, PC software optionally via upgrade
  • automatic operation
  • resistance unit: direct drive
  • realistic slope of 10% (with a total weight of 75 kg)
  • max. brake power: 1500 W (10 s)
  • mass inertia 22.8 kg

Flux Smart Electromagnetic brake

The Flux Smart cycletrainer works with an electromagnetic brake with the advantages of being silent and maintenance-free at the same time. Thanks to the electromagnetic brake a resistance can be set that you also experience on the road or in a climb. The resistance unit provides a particular cycling experience by increasing or reducing the resistance on the rear wheel.

When cycling in a virtual terrain or in a film you can get outside the range for which the brake is intended. To allow cyclists with a motor brake and those with an electric brake to ride races against each other in multiplayer mode*, Tacx has developed the virtual speed. This concept translates the energy supplied into a certain speed, which can guarantee a fair contest. If this speed differs from the speed at which the rear wheel is running, the virtual speed will be shown on the screen in red.

Software and apps for Flux Smart

The Tacx Flux Smart trainer can be connected to your smartphone, tablet or computer with ANT+ or Bluetooth® Smart in order to use Tacx software and apps or that of others. With the possibility to use the trainer also stand-alone you are completely free in choosing your indoor cycling workout.

With the Tacx software and apps you may regulate your training ride by heart rate, gradient and power, or you may pick a famous route or race. Besides that, you may compete with other riders online. The training options vary by application:

Tacx Training App for smartphones

The Tacx Training App allows you to train freely based on slope, power or heart rate. The Analyser presents the performance data on your smartphone's display. The saved data can be analysed afterwards via the Tacx Cloud and with export you send the file with your results to the given email-address. This file can be uploaded in trainings software like Strava and Trainingpeaks.

 
 

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  • Good entry level smart trainer
    Been using this for about 8 months now and really enjoy it. Since using this for work outs and races on Zwift, I have added about 70 watts to my FTP. I have done a bit of research into smart trainers since buying this and the short comings are what it does not have that the more advanced ones do (like the neo). But, overall, it is a very reliable trainer and aside from the requirement to periodically calibrate it because it won’t talk to Zwift (due to double ups on blue tooth connections or app updates) it is great. Calibration is easy though using the Tacx utility app.
    Paul Wrigley 9 Oct 2019
  • ANT+ Signal Dropout
    It was good for the first 10 rides, then the ANT+ signal dropout ~12 times in the 2nd half of 1 hr ride. The resistance is slow to react occasionally as well. The ANT+ signal seems to dropout on the Flux and my Garmin ANT+ HR continues to transmit when flux connection dropout. In contact with Tacx support atm, and the recommend having ANT+ dongle on the floor? Seriously??? Is it fit for purpose? A bit frustrating that an item of over $1200 can even consistently transmit signal for less than 5 ft! Will contact T7 to see what warranty can do!!!
    Ailers Lee 16 Aug 2018
  • Positive experience
    I have used the tacx vortex the bushido and now the flux. Flux is quiet and smooth and I am happy so far. Had software issues with vortex but torpedo 7 helped to sort it so I was confident to stay with them and tacx.
    Mike Harrison 26 Aug 2017

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