Elite RealAxiom B+

Elite RealAxiom B+ Wheel On Trainer

 

Key Specs

  • MSRP: $449.99 USD
  • Flywheel: 5lb
  • Max Wattage: 1060 W
  • Max Incline: 10%

Where to Buy

This trainer is no longer in production, but you may find a good deal on used or old stock.

More Details

  • Brand: Elite
  • Year Released: 2019  (No longer in production)
  • Axle Compatibility: 130mm/135mm quick release
  • Does not require calibration
  • Weight: 10kg
  • Communication: ANT+ Bluetooth
  • Physical Dimensions: 86x70
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Support App: myETraining

Elite’s support apps are a bit confusing, because they use their main app (myETraining) for calibration, and a second app for firmware updates. 

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The myETraining app is quite powerful, although Zwifters probably won’t use any of its features beyond calibration.

Overall Rating

3.5 stars
based on 2 reviews

Realaxiom B+ from SEninjaWG September 14, 2020 

The built in rocking motion is a nice touch.

Easy setup Well-built Helpful support

Elite RealAxiom (USB) from bob September 10, 2020 

I still had this slightly old trainer when I was planning to restart riding indoors. Where the old Elite software didn't work somehow anymore, I installed Zwift and never wanted to go back. As for the trainer:
PROS:
- It uses USB type A. Maybe a CON for some, but 100% no data drops. I'd prefer wired where possible any time for that reason (only)
- The "dancing" feets are standard
CONS:
- It is a bit loud. You can hear the unit and the roll above fan and riding noise
- it sometimes slips a bit
- I can't get over 450W more or less. I tested a friends Wahoo Kicker and I could go easily over 600W, so surely it has to do with the trainer. Make me doubt accuracy a bit.
- Because it is USB, no power data available to sent to your Garmin (very small CON IMO)

Easy setup Helpful support

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Realaxiom B+ from SEninjaWG September 14, 2020 

The built in rocking motion is a nice touch.

Easy setup Well-built Helpful support

Elite RealAxiom (USB) from bob September 10, 2020 

I still had this slightly old trainer when I was planning to restart riding indoors. Where the old Elite software didn't work somehow anymore, I installed Zwift and never wanted to go back. As for the trainer:
PROS:
- It uses USB type A. Maybe a CON for some, but 100% no data drops. I'd prefer wired where possible any time for that reason (only)
- The "dancing" feets are standard
CONS:
- It is a bit loud. You can hear the unit and the roll above fan and riding noise
- it sometimes slips a bit
- I can't get over 450W more or less. I tested a friends Wahoo Kicker and I could go easily over 600W, so surely it has to do with the trainer. Make me doubt accuracy a bit.
- Because it is USB, no power data available to sent to your Garmin (very small CON IMO)

Easy setup Helpful support

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