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Tacx Neo 2T

Smart bike trainer

Item # 150NEO2T

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About the Tacx Neo 2T

Improved performance

What do you do when you've created one of the leading smart trainers on the market? Improve it, of course! The Tacx Neo 2T takes the strong points of the Tacx Neo 2 — quiet and vibration-free operation, realistic feel, and pedaling analysis — and makes them even better. With the Neo 2T, you can tackle epic climbs, challenge other riders, and train with accurate metrics — whenever you choose, all from the comfort of your home.

Improved performance

What do you do when you've created one of the leading smart trainers on the market? Improve it, of course! The Tacx Neo 2T takes the strong points of the Tacx Neo 2 — quiet and vibration-free operation, realistic feel, and pedaling analysis — and makes them even better. With the Neo 2T, you can tackle epic climbs, challenge other riders, and train with accurate metrics — whenever you choose, all from the comfort of your home.

Better climbs and sprints

The motor and magnet structure of Neo 2T have been beefed up to better handle sudden changes in speed when you're sprinting, plus providing a more realistic experience when tackling tough climbs. Neo 2T will simulate grades of up to 25%, while the Descent Feature kicks in motor assist to replicate the exhilaration of blasting a downhill. Road Feel replicates a variety of road surfaces, so you can ride on smooth asphalt, hit the gravel, or even take on the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix without springing for a plane ticket.

High-end pedaling analysis

Neo 2T lets you fine-tune your pedal stroke by relaying info on your pedaling through ANT+ connectivity with a variety of third-party applications. You can use this data to optimize the power your legs provide to the pedals, giving you the edge on those long rides and climbs.

Connect and ride

The Neo 2T supports Bluetooth and ANT+, allowing connection to an array of compatible smartphones, tablets, laptops, bike computers, and sports watches. When you're ready to hit the virtual road, choose from a variety of Tacx workouts and high-quality videos, then get riding. Neo 2T outputs accurate power, cadence, and speed data, plus provides pedaling analysis so you can improve your technique.

After you're done training, you can export your rides to Strava, analyze data, and more. Neo 2T also supports virtual training with Zwift, TrainerRoad, and all other popular training apps.

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Product highlights:

  • smart bike trainer
  • 32 neodymium magnets
  • firmware upgradable
  • compatible with Shimano and SRAM cassettes (cassette not included)
  • supports rear fork widths from 130-148 mm
    • adapter required for 135x10 and 135x12
  • front wheel support and quick release skewer supplied
  • self-powered (Descent Simulation feature requires AC power)
Output, Control, and Features:
  • ANT+ and Bluetooth wireless connectivity
  • control by smartphones, tablets, laptops, bike computers
  • data output to smartphones, tablets, laptops, sport watches
  • Road Feel feature simulates different road surfaces
  • descent simulation
  • compatible with training apps including Zwift, TrainerRoad, and Sufferfest
  • pedaling analysis
  • accurate speed, cadence, and power data output
Specifications:
  • max power: 2200 watts
  • max incline: 25%
  • calibration not required
  • front wheel support, quick release included
  • dimensions (folded): 24.4" x 10.2" x 17.3"
  • weight: 47.3 pounds
  • warranty: 2 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # T2875.60

What's in the box:

  • Smart trainer assembly
  • Front wheel support
  • AC adapter with 57" attached DC output cord (DC output: 48V/840mA)
  • 6' AC power cord (non-polarized C7 plug)
  • Direct drive quick release
  • 4 Adapters (12DS/QRx135NDS/12x142NDS/12x148NDS)
  • Two 24mm flat-washers
  • 1mm Cassette ring
  • Quickstart guide
  • Assembly guide
  • Customer support card
  • Warranty information
  • Tacx Premium 30 day trial card

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Features

Overview: The Tacx Neo 2T Smart Trainer is an interactive, direct-drive trainer for use with most training bicycles. It operates in near silence as you train, and outputs accurate results to within 1%. With Bluetooth and ANT+ FE-C wireless protocol, the Neo 2T works with many popular third-party training apps, including Zwift, Trainer Road, and Tacx. The trainer provides a realistic ride and feel, and can replicate inclines up to a 25% gradient. The Neo 2 Smart Trainer comes with a free 30-day subscription to Tacx Premium software.

Compatibility: The Neo 2T is suitable for use with race, triathlon, and mountain bikes with 142 x 12mm and 148 x 12mm rear axles. It works with racing bikes with a 130mm rear fork width, and mountain bikes with 135mm, 142mm, and 148mm rear fork widths. Adapters for other widths are available. Suitable gear sprocket cassettes include Shimano / SRAM 8-to-11 speed, Campagnolo, SRAM XD and XD-R body (all sold separately). It is not compatible with specialized SCS systems.

Smart Trainer: The Neo 2T Smart Trainer features Bluetooth Smart technology and ANT+ FE-C fitness equipment control to connect to your smartphone or tablet running your favorite training apps. It works with Tacx software, or other third party training apps such as Zwift and TrainerRoad. The fitness apps running on your devices can control the Neo 2T to simulate courses with flat runs, descents, and inclines up to 25%. You can also use the trainer in stand-alone mode, or "unconnected." The trainer accurately (within 1%) outputs your speed, cadence, and power data to your smartphone, tablet, or Garmin Edge bike computer or sports watch. This includes a cadence sensor, pedal stroke analysis, and left/right power data. With the optional Tacx ANT+ Antenna (sold separately), you can send the data directly to your computer via USB.

Construction: The Tacx Neo 2T is a heavy duty trainer with 32 Neodymium magnets, and an overall weight of 47.4 pounds. When in use, it has a footprint of 33.75" x 24.0" and stands 17.0" high. When you're finished working out, the frame folds for easy transport and storage. Its sturdy design lets you ride full-out and standing on the pedals. The Neo 2T has a virtual flywheel, instead of an actual flywheel, which lets you achieve a more accurate simulation of the rider's weight. After entering your weight into the training app, the trainer can adjust the mass inertia to the circumstances, such as speed, slope, and weight. Vibration and noise levels are brought to the absolute minimum, so you can train without disturbing others.

Assembly: The Neo 2T Smart Trainer itself is fully assembled. You will need to install a compatible gear cassette (not included), and eventually the bike will need to be installed on the trainer body. All of the needed hardware is included in the box. The Neo 2T is powered by standard household current (110-240V), and comes with an AC adapter and power cord.

Specifications:

  • Maximum Power: 2200 watts
  • Maximum Incline: 25%
  • Maximum Torque: 88 Nm
  • Maximum Brake Force: 260 N
  • Mass Inertia: Variable to 275.6 pounds
  • Calibration: Not required
  • Accuracy: < 1%
  • Dimensions:
    • In Use:
      • Footprint: 33.750"W x 24.0"D
      • Height: 17.0"
    • Folded: 9.50"W x 17.0"H x 25.0"D
  • Weight: 47.4 pounds

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