Elite Suito

Elite Suito Direct Drive Trainer

Released in late 2019, the Suito quickly became a popular offering from Elite due to its portability and ease of setup. This was the first direct-drive trainer from any manufacturer to ship with the cassette pre-installed, making it very easy to get up and Zwifting with no tools required.

 
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More Details

  • Brand: Elite
  • Year Released: 2019  (In Production)
  • Axle Compatibility: 130/135 QR, 142×12 thru-axle included (and 148×12 Boost adapter available)
  • Requires Calibration
  • Weight: 14.5kg
  • Cadence: Built-in
  • Communication: ANT+ FE-C, ANT +Power, ANT+ Speed & Cadence, Bluetooth FTMS (Trainer Control), Bluetooth Power, Bluetooth Speed & Cadence
  • Cassette Included: 11-speed
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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

4.2 stars
based on 45 reviews

Easy setup
93%
Accurate power
31%
Realistic inertia
24%
Well-built
69%
Helpful support
22%
Portable/storable
78%
Quiet
56%
Budget-friendly
67%

Big disappointment from is.v.strauss May 2, 2021 

Dont buy this trainer! I bought it in February and it broke two times within 2 Months. First, the cadence sensor broke and there was the knocking sound that apparently is a big problem, You can find lots of videos on this on youtube. I exchanged it under warranty. They send me a new one. I use it twice. Then the motor broke.
It's so frustrating!! I rather spend more money on something that actually works.
Service by Elite company was good though!

Jadevaenget12 from Jadevaenget12 February 15, 2021 
Portable/storable

Compact, but thus not great for heavier riders from J-McA December 20, 2020 

I bought the Suito as as second trainer, so that my son or wife could ride with me, but I could fold it away when they weren't using it. I also figured it would be useful for travel, given the way it folds - the skew is by far the widest part - take that out and it's tiny. And it has been great for that - it took up very little room in the boot/trunk when we went interstate. However, that travel was the first time I'd ridden it myself and I was a disappointed, given its strong reviews.

There's a bit of flex in the unit (upper part rocking relative to the legs), which would be good if it was deliberate, but I suspect it's not. Admittedly, I'm a heavier rider, but it doesn't carry weight warnings. It's also light-is at 14kg which is perfect for moving it when folded up, but I can also shuffle it around when sprinting, which isn't great.

The lighter flywheel (less inertia) is immediately noticeable. It's not horrible, but it's there and a little jarring - if you're coming down a decline at 60kph and there's a small roller at the bottom, the Kickr Core will carry you across it such that you'd barely notice, whereas the Suito noticeably ups the resistance and eases off again almost immediately.

Per all the reviews, its not as quiet as the post 2018 Kickr/Cores, but its not like the trainers of old either.

The calibration process ... sucks. There's no other word for it. In their own app, which looks like it was written for DOS, it gives you a value at the end of the spin down (the time its took to stop) and you're left wondering "so what?". Zwift spin downs tell you to accelerate to the usual 37kph ... and then "keep pedalling". Super frustrating the first couple of times, until I saw GPLAMA's tip to keep going and it will say stop when you hit about 55kph. Which works, yes, but is it spinning down properly if it was expecting 35?

Finally, and probably related to the calibration issues, my power seems to be down 20% or so? I didn't bring the power meter pedals on the trip (wrong bike) so will be keen to confirm this, but I've ridden some of those routes often enough in recent weeks to have an idea of the effort involved vs what's reported. I'm also fairly sure that it was shortchanging me by 200w when sprinting. Hopefully it's just a firmware thing!

Easy setup Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Good trainer for the price. from laurent.arditi December 14, 2020 

That's my first trainer (I'm lucky to have found one between our 2 lockdowns here in France), and I've never used another one, so I can't compare.
But the Suito is very easy to setup and to use with Zwift. It's very portable and when folded, occupies a very small space.
I only got an issue 3 or 4 times during trainings (ERG mode): suddenly the "brake" activates and is very strong. It's almost impossible to pedal anymore. I had to stop, wait a few seconds for the ERG to be disabled, and starts again.
Maybe that's not a Suito issue but more a Zwift bug??? Anyway, it hasn't happened recently.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Good for the price from danchamb October 12, 2020 
Easy setup Helpful support Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

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Big disappointment from is.v.strauss May 2, 2021 

Dont buy this trainer! I bought it in February and it broke two times within 2 Months. First, the cadence sensor broke and there was the knocking sound that apparently is a big problem, You can find lots of videos on this on youtube. I exchanged it under warranty. They send me a new one. I use it twice. Then the motor broke.
It's so frustrating!! I rather spend more money on something that actually works.
Service by Elite company was good though!

Jadevaenget12 from Jadevaenget12 February 15, 2021 
Portable/storable

Compact, but thus not great for heavier riders from J-McA December 20, 2020 

I bought the Suito as as second trainer, so that my son or wife could ride with me, but I could fold it away when they weren't using it. I also figured it would be useful for travel, given the way it folds - the skew is by far the widest part - take that out and it's tiny. And it has been great for that - it took up very little room in the boot/trunk when we went interstate. However, that travel was the first time I'd ridden it myself and I was a disappointed, given its strong reviews.

There's a bit of flex in the unit (upper part rocking relative to the legs), which would be good if it was deliberate, but I suspect it's not. Admittedly, I'm a heavier rider, but it doesn't carry weight warnings. It's also light-is at 14kg which is perfect for moving it when folded up, but I can also shuffle it around when sprinting, which isn't great.

The lighter flywheel (less inertia) is immediately noticeable. It's not horrible, but it's there and a little jarring - if you're coming down a decline at 60kph and there's a small roller at the bottom, the Kickr Core will carry you across it such that you'd barely notice, whereas the Suito noticeably ups the resistance and eases off again almost immediately.

Per all the reviews, its not as quiet as the post 2018 Kickr/Cores, but its not like the trainers of old either.

The calibration process ... sucks. There's no other word for it. In their own app, which looks like it was written for DOS, it gives you a value at the end of the spin down (the time its took to stop) and you're left wondering "so what?". Zwift spin downs tell you to accelerate to the usual 37kph ... and then "keep pedalling". Super frustrating the first couple of times, until I saw GPLAMA's tip to keep going and it will say stop when you hit about 55kph. Which works, yes, but is it spinning down properly if it was expecting 35?

Finally, and probably related to the calibration issues, my power seems to be down 20% or so? I didn't bring the power meter pedals on the trip (wrong bike) so will be keen to confirm this, but I've ridden some of those routes often enough in recent weeks to have an idea of the effort involved vs what's reported. I'm also fairly sure that it was shortchanging me by 200w when sprinting. Hopefully it's just a firmware thing!

Easy setup Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Good trainer for the price. from laurent.arditi December 14, 2020 

That's my first trainer (I'm lucky to have found one between our 2 lockdowns here in France), and I've never used another one, so I can't compare.
But the Suito is very easy to setup and to use with Zwift. It's very portable and when folded, occupies a very small space.
I only got an issue 3 or 4 times during trainings (ERG mode): suddenly the "brake" activates and is very strong. It's almost impossible to pedal anymore. I had to stop, wait a few seconds for the ERG to be disabled, and starts again.
Maybe that's not a Suito issue but more a Zwift bug??? Anyway, it hasn't happened recently.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Good for the price from danchamb October 12, 2020 
Easy setup Helpful support Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Easy trainer for a decent price from Jeroen September 30, 2020 

Bought this as my first smart trainer exactly 1 year ago. Ready to go, right out the box. This spring bought a second one for my wife. I experience some delay in response. Can’t compare to a high end trainer for that matter. Do believe value for money is great.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Great first trainer from Crossjamin September 23, 2020 

After 6 months I've been very happy with the Suito, with a few minor issues along the way.
Pros: Easy setup. Good value. Relatively quiet (drivetrain and fan are louder than the trainer).
Cons: Elite software isn't the best. Occasional glitches in erg mode, but not that common. Calibration instructions tend to be wrong, but it will work if you spin up much faster than instructed.
I don't have a power meter, so I can't comment on accuracy, but the power profile remains pretty steady most of the time in erg mode.
Overall very happy with the purchase.

Easy setup Realistic inertiaWell-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Great price – Not quiet from Whame September 22, 2020 

For the price, i think this may be the best trainer available right now. Its sturdy yet easy to pack away, it comes with a cassette and a front-wheel-rest, the road-feel is fairly realistic and with the dedicated App calibration is a breeze.
Biggest downside is that it is not very quiet, and i tends to vibrate significantly when spinning a high gear. How ever, in my experience, this is only a problem for the neighbours.
I cannot speak to the accuracy of the power, as i have no point of reference.

Easy setup Realistic inertia Budget-friendly

Great Value Trainer from LeeO September 21, 2020 

Great trainer so far. Would recommend.

Easy setup Accurate power Realistic inertiaWell-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Compact, good looking and easiest to setup from saiberian September 21, 2020 

It is compact, easy to setup, budget friendly and connect to zwift easily. Its power reading is somewhat accurate (compare to my left only stages PM) however its reading is not as responsive as I like. It lags about 5-10 seconds. Also it have problem to keep its resistance stable in workout mode. Those what make me give this trainer 4 star.

Easy setup Realistic inertiaWell-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

First Smart Trainer from Robototo September 21, 2020 
Easy setup Well-built Helpful support Portable/storable

Elite Suito – A great direct drive trainer and works a treat from Aj Saunders September 18, 2020 

One of the cheaper direct drive trainer on the market. I have been using this now for a year and have done probably about 3k miles in Zwift. I got it because i was completely new to direct drive market and this was the cheapest my local store had...and it came with an 11sp cassette which was ideal.

It just works..connects flawlessly to zwift and rgt using the Ant+ FEC standard (i dont use bluetooth to connect). Iit relatively quiet, very stable and easily transportable using the carry handle. I love it.
The only negative, which is more a an annoyance than anything else, is that you cant calibrate i zwift - instead having to us the Elite MyEtraining....and then a different app to upgrade the firware.

I have now taken the cassette off and installed a 9sp cassette to place a dedicated trainer bike on. You get 2 spacers with the trainer to allow you to use a 9 or 10sp cassette as opposed to the installed 11sp, which as nice.

I have only ever had 1 issue when with when my power reading were not very good. I contacted support and they responded within 24 hrs, but i found the fix first anyway....for some reason in the MyEtraining software it had "deselected" itself so once i retold the software it was a Suito all was good.

I would not hesitate to buy another one if i had to

Easy setup Accurate power Well-built Helpful support Portable/storable Quiet

Elite Suito – A great direct drive trainer and works a treat from Aj Saunders September 18, 2020 
Easy setup Accurate power Well-built Helpful support Portable/storable Quiet

Great trainer for its price from talhalegua September 17, 2020 

Easy setup, stable, relatively easy to move around.
Slight delay in ERG mode and sometimes shows inaccurate cadence numbers in sprints.
Overall a great value for the non perfectionist.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Good as entry level trainer from DS September 17, 2020 

Suito consistently adds 10-20 watts to my actual power (Compared to both S-Works crank power meter and Garmin V3 pedals). To clarify, my personal power meters will read 150 watts and Suito jumps between 160 to 170 watts. on both Zwift and TrainerRoad.

While using TR, Suito will not follow the watt changes when I went from 210 watts to 88 watts - has happened the last two times (had to go to manual).

Suito has a second or two delay in watt changes using TR and Zwift training rides.

There is a slight wobble in the wheel but it isn’t noticeable unless I stop pedaling and allow Suito to roll to a stop.

I have never been able to calibrate Suito using Zwift or TR. I have had to use e-training and it produces a 5 digit number - and I have no idea what this number means or if calibration was successful. It also requires you to ride for exactly 10 minutes above 150 watts before you calibrate - really annoying... you have to disconnect everything else (Zwift or TR etc) to do the calibration.

Overall design is brilliant! It has a carry handle, folds up very nicely and already comes with a rear cassette. It’s profile folded up allows it to be put under a bed or couch.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Great trainer! from Vibiker September 16, 2020 

Was looking for a trainer since early 2020 to ride during the rainy west coast weather. Read lots of reviews and narrowed it down to the Suito.
Took delivery in late Feb just prior to COVID. Easy set up and easy to change cassettes for other bikes as well. After 7k+ km still no issues! Highly recommended.

Easy setup Accurate power Realistic inertiaWell-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

The Elite Suite – great machine to get started with from Peter Horwing September 16, 2020 

It works really well. Had some initial problems with my heart band which actually had impact on the programs. Since that has been fixed, I have had many km on the trainer and starting a new season very soon:)

Easy setup Accurate power Quiet Budget-friendly

Great direct drive trainer that is easy setup and store away from Triggerhappy September 15, 2020 

Since this is my first trainer I can't really provide any comparison to other brands or models.

However, I can vouch for the fact that this is a very practical trainer. It is very compact and easy to store should you want to put it away between Swift rides. Personally I am experimenting with just folding in the legs and parking the trainer+bike along the wall since it is relatively stable despite its narrow profile.

Setup was a breeze due to my bike already having a 11-speed Shimano gear system.

The flywheel only weighs 3.5 kg, but I am not experienced enough to tell what difference a heavier component would make for my "ride feel".

However, it is important that you set the wheel circumference according to the manual. Elite suggests that you divide your circumference by 24.8, but when I did that my speed went down to 1-2 km/h while putting out 250 Watts. I suggest you do a couple of trial runs in the included Elite training app.

Also, note that your trainers software can be updated using a separate "Elite Upgrado" app. I have HW revision 06 and it came with the latest software from the factory (Sep 2020). Apparently Quality control on earlier versions was not the best, but so far I have used the trainer for 5 hours and am very happy with it.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Budget-friendly

First trainer from jrh26 September 12, 2020 

It gets a little finicky when in erg mode. I gets hard to keep at a specific wattage at times. Since this is my first trainer I have nothing to compare to except outdoor riding. I would say 80% realistic. Not so much if i try to get off the seat and peddle. Fairly quiet and smooth. For the money I would say a good purchase just would like that extra 20% realistic feel and erg mode dialing in better.

Easy setup Well-built

First Smart Trainer- It Works from Jason.spitzer September 10, 2020 
Easy setup Accurate power Realistic inertiaWell-built Quiet

Next best thing since sliced bread from Markie September 10, 2020 
Easy setup Accurate power Realistic inertiaWell-built Helpful support Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Value for money but have it’s issues from calayanrail September 9, 2020 

This comes with 11s cassette and front wheel block. Just unfold the legs, plug in the power cord, hook on your bike and you are all set to ride. It is very portable and tolerable as you can fold both legs.
Noise wise is acceptable, not quite though, and it squeaks under higher power so sometimes a bit annoying.
ERG mode is ok but not fantastic, power still fluctuate around +/-10W in ERG mode. And it responds pretty slow (~5S) to abrupt power change between intervals.
The trainer weighs a bit low also. It is a good thing to carry around. However when sprinting, the whole trainer will inch forward. I'm not a heavy rider, only 56kg, and my sprinting power isn't great.

Easy setup Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Roligt träningsredskap from Den Starke September 9, 2020 

Den fungerar utmärkt och hjälpte mig genom vintern här i sverige.kanske för lättrampat i backarna .
den låter en heldel, men med musik till så tänker man inte på det

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable

Suito: My lifeline during lockdown from Aaronc September 9, 2020 

Purchased the Suito just before COVID hit, thinking I would use it for the hot days (I live in Southern AZ) during the summer... but then came lockdown. Suffice it to say, this thing has kept me sane all these months. Ready to use right out of the box, plenty of resistance for my legs, and easy to move. Would buy again in a second.

Easy setup Realistic inertiaWell-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Elite Suito – Review from J Faim September 9, 2020 

Easy set up, i´ve decide to buy this specific model for 2 main reason, price and all itens were included (cassete).
My previous trainer was a dumb trainer, for that reason i used to have horrible memories on indoor trainers, suito really changed it. Since the beggining of the pandemic im 100% indoors, having a huge improvement on my cycling and most important happy&healthy !

Easy setup Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Easy to use direct drive trainer that’s reasonably priced from Marjolein September 9, 2020 

The Elite Suito is easy to set up and to use. With the cassette already installed, you only have to put on your bike and connect the trainer to your device. It's my first direct drive trainer, so i don't have much to compare it to, but it is a lot more quiet than a wheel on trainer and riding it feels much more realistic. Been using it for half a year now and never had experienced any problems. I can't verify the accuracy as i don't own another power meter.
The Suito is a good option when you are looking for a reasonably priced direct drive trainer.

Easy setup Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Lo mejor para iniciarse from verXus September 9, 2020 

No conocía los Smart Trainers, y es la mejor opción para iniciarse. Y más con una aplicación como Zwift.
Montaje muy sencillo, y que ya incluye un cassete con lo que se hace muy fácil recibir el paquete y empezar a rodar.
Muy recomendable.

Easy setup Accurate power Quiet

Great budget trainer that gets you going in a matter of minutes from rt September 8, 2020 

I love that the cassette is included and set-up is so easy. Overall, performance is great, especially given the price.

Easy setup Accurate power Well-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Best Performance for Its Value! from metin September 8, 2020 

Extremely easy to setup, very quiet, accurate power meter and easy to carry with its holder. I highly reccomend to buy this trainer form Elite. Perfect!

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Wanted to like it, but please avoid from Buzz September 8, 2020 

This trainer was very easy to set up. It came with an 11spd cassette, and a cheaper price (20% less than a Kickr Core).

It is very stable, and it was relatively quiet in use.

I had read online some people had issues with accuracy and a wobbly flywheel in 2019 on DCR website, and hoped for the best that I would get a new one with no problems.

Mine had a SUE#### registration number, and I had both the wobbly flywheel and the power issue. I'll explain.

The wobbly flywheel didn't cause too much of an issue when you are pedaling, but when you stop (say going downhill in zwift) it would make the front of my bike shudder. No matter what I did, I couldn't stop the shuddering front of the bike.
I thought I could make do, but for something so expensive, you shouldn't need to put up with that.

I am sure my power numbers seemed off with this trainer. I previously could keep up with a buddy, but he was dropping me everywhere. I calibrated several times, always was off compared to the calibration number on the bottom of the trainer.

I returned this trainer and went to a Kickr Core, and instantly felt easier at a steady 200w effort, even after calibrating twice. The Kickr's are known to be accurate at easier wattages, so I believe the Suito was under-reading.

Comparing to the Kickr Core, I found it quite a bit less momentum when pedaling up steep gradients, it felt a bit more choppy to pedal than a Kickr Core.

The package seems really good, I would be happy if there weren't those two issues.

I really hoped it would work out, but I got burned.

Easy setup Portable/storable

Works well. from MikeJ September 8, 2020 

I’m very happy with the Suito. Set up was a total breeze, connection to Zwift was painless, it is almost totally silent (the drive train is way louder that the trainer) and stores away in a snap.

It seems to be very solidly busy, with all metal construction and has been trouble free since I purchased in 8 months ago.

Easy setup Accurate power Realistic inertiaWell-built Portable/storable Quiet

My first Smart Trainer from Pirki5 September 8, 2020 

the suito is a good entry-level model, easy to assemble and easy to use. the coupling with zwift is problem-free and it works perfectly.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Elite Suito from XZwyft September 8, 2020 

This is my first smart trainer. It comes with a 10-34 cassette included and if reasonably quiet if you follow the advice of many other zwifter, meaning remove the free hub body and adding some grease. The first serie came with a power cable that was a little bit too short and I got a new longer power cable free of charge directly from Elite.
Calibration doesn't work in Zwift and has to be done via Elite specific application.

Easy setup Well-built Helpful support Portable/storable Quiet

Great trainer at a great price from Rammer September 8, 2020 

I have to admit that I chose the Elite Suito because it was the least expensive option as a smart trainer. Not only is the price of the unit relatively lower than similar smart trainers, but it also came with an 11 cog cassette, so there were no additional costs to get it set up.
It may be relatively inexpensive but I have been using it nearly every day for about a year so far and it has worked amazingly well. The drive is very realistic feeling, the resistance switches very smoothly in ERG mode and the unit is relatively quiet. I do not have a single complaint so far.

Easy setup Realistic inertia Helpful support Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Elite Suito from Mad Pierre September 8, 2020 

First experience of a smart trainer. Impossible to fault after nearly 6000km. Thought I had a problem when I found black powder under the trainer. Elite support soon put me straight. It came from my chain lube.

Easy setup Accurate power Well-built Helpful support Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Happy rider from g.j.speelman September 8, 2020 

I am happy with the Elite trainer, my condition is better than ever byfore. Thans to the combination of Elite trainer and Zwift programs.

Easy setup Well-built Helpful support Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Zuverlässigkeit from Stephan HE September 8, 2020 
Well-built Quiet Budget-friendly

Really good trainer from AledD September 8, 2020 

This trainer is really easy to use. Just choose whether you require a quick release system or thru axel and change the fittings either side of the cassette and flywheel. Plug in the Elite Suite and it turns on and starts actively looking for bluetooth/ant+ connections. Connects easily with Zwift and works really well. Will also connect with your garmin device along with all other virtual cycling platforms, rouvy, myEtraining, etc.

This trainer has a built in power meter and cadence sensor. Using Zwift, the trainer will automatically change sensitivity/difficulty with hills/training programmes and isn't super loud when going at high speeds/high power input. It stands up really well when shaking whilst putting in high power outputs climbing or sprinting and has adjustable feet on the supports that ensure the trainers stays upright and level at all times.

Would highly recommend this trainer to anyone looking for a smart trainer with power and cadence sensor compatible with Zwift and many other platforms.

Easy setup Accurate power Well-built Portable/storable Quiet

Great price, light and compact trainer from nialb September 8, 2020 

Love the elite Suito. First, it comes with everything you need (i.e., cassette installed) but two things that are underrated about this trainer is its compact size (as wide as the skewer) and it's lightweight making it easy to move around in a small apartment. If you don't have a permanent setup for bike training this is an awesome, quality option.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Good for hard zwift rides from Remi September 8, 2020 

I've done 8000km and 100000m D+ on this Elite Suito trainer in the past 6 month using mainly Zwift simulation mode. I'm mainly riding for fitness, Zwift team races and amateur races.
It's not cheap compared to wheel-on trainer but it's quiet and you don't have to worry about tire pressure. The handle and the foldable feets are very useful considering the weight of the device.
I'm doing calibration once a month with consistent results but I don't have another power meter to compare.
It's stable for hard sprints.
I had dropouts on bluetooth connection with a macbook but no issues on PC or mac with a cheap ANT+ dongle and a USB extension (this should be part of the package).
I had once some strange oscillation in ERG mode. It's probably not the best trainer if you do lot of ERG training but sim mode is ok.
There is some latency (1sec) between the trainer and Zwift but I don't know if it's better with other devices.
I'm very pleased with my Elite Suito which is doing it's job perfectly.

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Quiet

New and exciting dimension from Donker September 8, 2020 

Was finding difficult to get back into training and riding.
With Suito I have been able to get back into a routine and not just that. It’s added an exciting and engaging to cycling and gaming with Zwift!

Easy setup Well-built Portable/storable Quiet Budget-friendly

Great trainer, especially for the price from sorenh September 8, 2020 

My first direct-drive trainer. Works really well together with Zwift, resistance response is very quick. The easy storage and simple setup was my main reason to select the Suito over other trainers - it hardly takes up any room when not in use, and setting it up again is a matter of minutes.

Easy setup Accurate power Portable/storable Budget-friendly

Elite suito from Thomas_meulebroeck September 8, 2020 
Easy setup Quiet

Suito Test compared to direto 2 from Fabio Mux September 4, 2020 

Good responsivness. Good accurancy of the PM. The best trainer for medium budgets.

Easy setup Well-built Helpful support Budget-friendly

Love this trainer! from dboisver August 27, 2020 

My first (and only) smart trainer and I really love it!

Easy setup Accurate power Realistic inertiaWell-built Budget-friendly

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