Here is a list of top news, reviews and videos from SmartBikeTrainers
FROM SMART BIKE TRAINERS
- Wahoo Fitness Released a New ELEMENT ROAM With a Color Screen – Wahoo released today a new ELEMENT ROAM with a color screen, a 2.7″ display, and better navigation. (Full review will be coming soon)
- Garmin released a new Edge 530 and 830 – Here are the top features you need to know about and what’s new with the new EDGE computers from Garmin. (Full review will be coming soon)
- Xert Released a New iOS App With FTMS Support and an Advanced Workout Player – Xert, the online training platform, released a major update to its iOS mobile app with new activity dashboard and better workout player.
- Zwift Released “FUEGO FLATS” Desert Expansion – Watopia’s latest expansion is the first course focused on flat roads. Here is a quick preview of the new course and all new routes released along with this expansion.
- SBR ROCKR Pro Review – In this video, I go through what’s new with the ROCKR Plates Pro version, and could these rocker plates make you ride your bike the wrong way?
- InsideRide Emotion Rollers Smart Power Resistance Control Review – The InsideRide E-Motion SmartPower resistance turns the E-motion roller into a smart roller with ANT+ FE-C and BLE FTMS protocols. It connects to your power meter for enhanced accuracy. With the SmartPower unit, you can use your E-motion with apps such as Zwift and TrainerRoad and take advantage of smart features such as ERG mode and riding course profiles.
- InsideRide FLOATING FORK Stand Review for the Emotion Bike Rollers – The Floating Fork Stand is designed for the E-Motion roller and converts it to a “Flex” trainer. It allows the bike to tilt and rock side-to-side while giving you the security of a stationary trainer.
OTHE REVIEWS AND NEWS YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN
- Bike Computer Exploration Uncovers a Hidden Android from Hackaday
- Garmin Forerunner 945 Multisport Watch In-Depth Review from DCRainmaker.com
- Canyon launch ‘world’s first professional
eRacingteam from CyclingNews
- Bragi sells off hardware business, will focus on licenses and software from TechCrunch
- Eighteen Months of Progress – David Lappartient, the head of UCI outlines his continued support for eSports and the fight against technological fraud.