Ride Through Our Indoor Cycling Collection on PlayBetter Today!
Because you want a realistic, highly accurate indoor cycling experience, it's time we compared the Tacx NEO Bike Smart with the Wahoo KICKR BIKE!
Now that indoor training bikes are smart, can simulate the feel of an outdoor ride down to road surface vibration, inclines, super reliable metrics, and let you explode into sprints while not freaking the whole house out (they're crazy silent!), folks are buying them up! When the season, weather, or any variety of obligation means that you've got to find a way to get your cycling endurance training done inside, you want the next best thing to the real outdoor deal! And Tacx and Wahoo fit the bill, and then some! But which smart bike trainer should you buy? We cover all the details below—so let's ride!
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Take your training indoors with realistic ride feel and highly accurate data with these Tacx NEO smart bike features:
Physical dimensions: 54.7" x 29.5" (1390 x 750 mm)
Height: 46.1" (1170 mm)
Weight: 110 lbs (50 kg)
Blur the line between virtual and reality during you indoor training experience with these Wahoo KICKR BIKE smart trainer features:
Physical dimensions: 54" x 14" x 35" (1350 x 340 x 880 mm)
Weight: 93 lbs (42 kilograms)
Both of these smart bikes for indoor endurance training are top of the line with smart features that shine.
But, in a nutshell, with the Tacx NEO coming in at $300 less, you get a more stable bike with super realistic ride feel technology that pushes it a bit beyond the KICKR.
For that and the compatibility of the brilliant Garmin bike computers we're in love with to round out the whole ecosystem, we recommend the Tacx NEO Bike Smart trainer.
If you would rather bring your outdoor bike in to train, check out our Tacx smart indoor bike trainers below!