Elite Drivo II Direct Drive Smart Turbo Trainer
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Elite Drivo II Direct Drive Smart Turbo Trainer
The Elite Drivo II Smart Turbo Trainer adopts a direct drive system to ensure an optimum connection between bike and rider, while the integrated power meter OTS (Optical Torque Sensor) accurately measures your Watts throughout your session.
 
Generating an impressive 3600 Watts at 60 KMPH, the Drivo II is suitable for the strongest of riders, while a 6kg internal flywheel offers a smooth operation and significant resistance. Connectivity is made through ANT+ and Bluetooth, the trainer can be quickly and easily paired with a host of devices, allowing you to train interactively on you choice of software. You won't hear any noise while pedaling, just you and your bike chain.
 
The folding legs not only make for easy storage but also provide a wide platform to ensure stability throughout the toughest of sprints. Compatible with 9, 10 and 11-speed Shimano cassettes and quick release and bolt-thru axles, this versatile trainer can be used with the majority of modern bikes.
 
Features
  • Accurate and powerful
  • Optical Torque System (OTS) power meter
  • Simulates slopes up to 24% 
  • Generates 3600 Watts at 60 KMPH
  • 6 KG internal flywheel
  • ANT+ or Bluetooth Smart connectivity
  • Folding legs
  • Wide stance for increased stability
  • Comes with Shimano freehub
  • Compatible with 130 and 135 Q/R rear ends, as well as 142x12 thru-axles
  • Compatible both with road and MTB bikes.
  • Zwift compatible
Terry This was my first purchase and use of a smart trainer, and have found it to be generally very good. The set up instructions aren't great if you've not set one up before, but it isn't too hard, although clearer instructions would have been helpful, as would details about how to actually get the trainer going once set up (go into whatever companion app you are using to connect and set up from there). In ERG mode, there is a little bit of lag if you sprint, however i have nothing to compare to, so i'll assume this is reasonably normal. Overall, I'm very happy with it.