• Enjoy. Cadence VR for every training

    Upgrade your bike now using Cadence VR. In three simple steps you can upgrade any bike into a virtual reality trainer.We also support many brands like Wahoo, Tacx, Kettler etc. Don't own a trainer yet? Check out our store for the best offers!
  • Go Pro. The same roads the same Kickr

    Get the best indoor trainer out there and train like the pros riding the same roads.
  • Cadence VR controls the new Tacx Neo Smart

    Use your Tacx Vortex Smart, Bushido Smart, Gernius Smart and Neo Smart with Cadence VR. We can also upgrade any other type of Tacx Trainer like the Satori, Booster, Blue Matic, Galaxia and many more
  • Agony. Cadence VR meets the Kickr Snap

    Cadence VR 3 supports the Wahoo Kickr and brand new Wahoo Snap.
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Looking for the best deal on Tacx?

We offer the best deals on Tacx Trainers with or without Cadence VR. You can use Cadence VR with all trainers, electronic and non electronic. If you decide to go for a Tacx trainer with Cadence VR we'll even drop in some bonus videos.
Tacx Genius smart

Tacx Genius smart

This interactive trainer offers the most advanced brake of all the Tacx trainers with rear-wheel drive, so you can enjoy a highly realistic cycling experience. The motor brake is able to apply a maximum power of 1500 W to the back wheel and will speed up during a descent. The slopes simulated are realistic up to 20% and down to -5% for descents. The Genius communicates via ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart for convenient training sessions using your smartphone or tablet. Performance data can be viewed on several devices simultaneously, including your smartphone, bike computer and sports watch. The Genius offers ease-of-use and freedom of choice. When the Genius Smart isn’t connected to a smartphone, tablet or computer, it behaves as a fluid trainer. This means the trainer behaves progressively: when your speed increases, the resistance increases as well. So it is possible to use this trainer in a “stand-alone” status.
Tacx Iron Man

Tacx Iron Man

The Tacx IRONMAN® Smart is the ‘Official Cycle-Mounting Trainer’ of IRONMAN®. Just like the Genius Smart, the Tacx IRONMAN Smart uses the most advanced resistance unit and software which analyses performance and simulates bike courses very accurately. The wireless motor brake converts the properties of the terrain into resistance on the bike, in a highly realistic manner. The bike route is displayed on your screen. The motor brake is able to apply a maximum power of 1500W to the back wheel. The slopes simulated are realistic up to 20% and down to -5% for descents. The Tacx IRONMAN Smart comes with the Upgrade Smart to connect to a Windows PC and use the Tacx Trainer software 4, Advanced, Skyliner front wheel support, Kona water bottle and the Tacx film of the IRONMAN World Championship bike course in Hawaii (for TTS 4, Advanced). The Tacx IRONMAN Smart communicates via ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart for convenient training sessions using your smartphone or tablet. Performance data can be viewed on several devices simultaneously, including your smartphone, bike computer and sports watch. When the Tacx IRONMAN Smart isn’t connected to a smartphone, tablet or computer, it behaves as a fluid trainer. This means the trainer behaves progressively: when your speed increases, the resistance increases as well. So it is possible to use this trainer in a “stand-alone” status.
Tacx Bushido Smart

Tacx Bushido Smart

The Bushido is an interactive Smart trainer with wireless motor brake. It’s wirelessmotor brake, with a maximum resistance of 1400 Watts, ensures smooth pedalling, even during steep climbs. The Bushido powers itself and is therefore completely wireless, it doesn’t even need a power cable. Instead of training with a handlebar computer you can connect the trainer to the Tacx apps quickly and easily. Just like the other Smart trainers, the Bushido uses ANT+ and Bluetooth® Smart to communicate with the connected device for convenient training sessions. Performance data can be viewed on several devices simultaneously, including your smartphone, bike computer and sports watch. When the Bushido Smart isn’t connected to a smartphone, tablet or computer, it behaves as a fluid trainer. This means the trainer behaves progressively: when your speed increases, the resistance increases as well. So it is possible to use this trainer in a “stand-alone” status. Since the Bushido is not hooked up to the power net, you can use this trainer anytime and anywhere. Even when you don’t have your smartphone with you.
Tacx Vortex Smart

Tacx Vortex Smart

The Vortex is an interactive Smart trainer with an electro brake. This resistance unit is suitable for an average training level and can reach a maximum resistance of 950 Watt. Instead of using a handlebar computer you train by connecting the Vortex quickly and easily to the Tacx apps or third party software. Of the many possible training options, you can choose the software that best matches you and your way of training. The Vortex communicates wirelessly via ANT+ and Bluetooth® Smart for convenient training sessions using your smartphone or tablet. Performance data can be viewed on several devices simultaneously, including your smartphone, bike computer and sports watch. When the Vortex Smart isn’t connected to a smartphone, tablet or computer, it behaves as a fluid trainer. This means the trainer behaves progressively: when your speed increases, the resistance increases as well. So it is possible to use this trainer in a “stand-alone” status.
Tacx Neo Smart

Tacx Neo Smart

The NEO Smart offers the best in power and intelligence and is the quietest indoor trainer currently available on the market. The lack of any physical transmissions means this is the first true direct drive. Road feel is simulated in a highly realistic manner, there is no loss of power. The powerful motor is able to apply resistance up to 2200 Watt and simulate slopes realistically up to 25%. It also speeds up during descents. This ensures the most realistic cycling experience, also during climbs. The lack of any physical transmission, and in turn any parts that could rattle or rub against each other, ensures this trainer is extremely quiet. In addition, this trainer requires no calibration and suffers no wear and tear. Just like other Smart trainers, the NEO communicates using ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart, allowing it to be connected quickly and easily with Tacx apps. Performance data can be viewed on several devices simultaneously, including your smartphone, bike computer and sports watch. When the NEO Smart isn’t connected to a smartphone, tablet or computer, it behaves as a fluid trainer. This means the trainer behaves progressively: when your speed increases, the resistance increases as well. So it is possible to use this trainer in a “stand-alone” status. Furthermore, the Tacx NEO features Plug in/Plug out technology and can therefore be used with and without a plug. When the plug is not in use, the trainer will act as a wireless motor brake. This means the trainer will be not be able to speed up during descents. So you can use this trainer anytime and anywhere, even when you don’t have your smartphone with you.
Tacx Satori

Tacx Satori

This basic Smart trainer uses complex technology in a user-friendly fashion. The resistance is set manually with the handlebar resistance lever offering 10 different resistance positons, from very easy to very strong. The Satori Smart can communicate via both ANT+ as well as Bluetooth® Smart. In the resistance unit an accurate measurement of your speed, cadence and power is performed. This data is then shown on the screen your using, whether this is a tablet, smartphone, sportwatch, or something else. During or after a training session you, or your coach, can thus monitor your performance closely. Since the Satori is not hooked up to the power net, you can use this trainer anytime and anywhere, also when you don’t have your smartphone with you.
Tacx Booster

Tacx Booster

Prepare yourself in a professional manner and get your body in top condition with the Booster, the top model of the Tacx cycletrainers. Even at low speed the powerful magnetic brake generates high resistance; the maximum resistance is 1050 Watt. This makes the Booster highly suitable for simulating climbs and for interval training with short, intense sprints. The handlebar resistance lever allows you to set the level of resistance by selecting one of ten different positions. The brake is easy to assemble so you can get started straight away. The professionals with whom Tacx cooperates use the Booster for warming up for time-trials and other important stages. ‘‘The Booster gives me the same feeling like I have on the road”, says multiple time-trial world champion Tony Martin.
Tacx Blue Motion

Tacx Blue Motion

Of the three Blue cycletrainers, the Blue Motion has the most powerful resistance unit, a Neodymium magnetic unit. It allows you to achieve high power outputs even at a low pedalling frequency; the maximum resistance is 950 Watt. By using the handlebar lever you can choose one of ten different resistance positions. The Blue Motion has a simple assembly system so that the trainer can be quickly and easily put together.
Tacx Blue Matic

Tacx Blue Matic

The Blue Matic is the intermediate model of the Blue cycletrainers. Its maximum resistance is 700 Watt. The Blue Matic has a magnetic brake with permanent-magnets. You set the resistance selecting one of the ten different positions via the handlebar resistance lever. During your training session the resistance increases as you cycle faster or switch to a heavier setting. The robust frame stands firmly on the ground and it is very user friendly because the trainer can be assembled in no time at all.
Tacx Blue Twist

Tacx Blue Twist

The Blue Twist has the same resistance unit as the Blue Matic, but does not have a handlebar resistance lever. You manually set the resistance, selecting one of the seven positions using a switch on the brake. The maximum resistance is 700 Watt. The Blue Twist is suitable as an entrance model.
Tacx Galaxia

Tacx Galaxia

The Galaxia takes you as close as possible to the natural road cycling experience, the rollers namely move along with you. You can perform sprints, extend your legs and stand on the pedals without the fear of falling off. Your movements are more free because you get close to the natural road cycling experience. When accelerating, the Galaxia rollers move forward as a result of the kinetic energy that is created and they move backwards when you slow down. With this patented ‘swing system’ you can work on your speed and suppleness without any concerns. The Galaxia is collapsible and easy to transport. The Tacx rollers have a state of the art design. Thanks to the conical rollers your ride is extra stable, so you can focus even more on your goals in training: improving your fitness and pedal stroke and maintaining your speed. Cooling-down Many worldclass riders don’t go anywhere without their Tacx rollers. During their warm-up and training sessions they use the rollers to maintain their speed and suppleness, essential tools for a track cyclist. Road cyclists increasingly use the rollers to cool down after a race. The bike doesn’t have to be attached to the trainer, as with the Booster, and the rollers run lighter so you can pedal more relaxed. This is perfect for a good cool-down after a long and strenuous exercise.
Tacx Antares

Tacx Antares

Do you want to work on your rhythm, make your muscles more flexible or refine your coordination and technique? Then use the Antares rollers. You can cycle freely, just like on the road or track. If you find it difficult to cycle unsecured you can use the Antares bracket. The Antares is collapsible and is easy to transport. Some cyclists keep finding it hard to ride without a restraint. They choose the Tacx Antares and use the support for Antares to secure the bike, without the front wheel, and still cover the mileage in front of them. Track pace Riding on ‘the Tacx’ is a relatively easy way to up your track pace and make your muscles more supple. This makes for completely natural movements. You keep pedalling from the hips, just as you would on the road or track. A high pedalling frequency, that is needed for the right feeling in the legs, is also possible. The Tacx Antares is the official warming-up trainer at the 2012 Olympic Games.

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