I've had a Tacx neo for 3 years, absolutely crazy how expensive these have got with indoor training taking off. I only paid £750 for a neo back then. This is a good deal looking at the usual price for the unit, Tacx neo is very good. Stop voting cold if you have no idea what it is.
Had a tacx neo original and had a carbon bike on it for a year. Never any issues personally
You tend to find that all the impedance tails off after a couple of klicks hard running and, honestly, if you're going to invest in this sort of gear you don't want that to become your limiting factor. Carbon. Forks. Vroom. OK, so I have no idea what any of this is, nor really does. I just wanted to pretend for a moment that I had the money to spare to consider buying a second bike to use with a piece of equipment that appears to be a way of spending a months' wages to stop my bike working. It was fun.
I just bought the flux s but I’m in two minds whether to put my bianchi oltre on it or buy a cheaper bike for indoor training. I’ve read that turbo trainers aren’t good for carbon frames. Interested to know if anyone has had any problems in that regard
Im sorry OP this is going to get voted cold by the couch dwellers who thought it was a games console or a graphics card. Although the supply is now catching up again very few places are discounting these at all and they all seem to have levelled out at £1199 therefore good price (y)