Technogym MyCycling Direct Drive Trainer
It's a beautifully designed trainer, but also super-pricey. Is the cost justified? Maybe if you want your pain cave to look like a Peloton commercial...
- MSRP: $2240 USD
- Accuracy: +-1%
- Flywheel: 11lb
- Max Wattage: 2100 W
- Max Incline: 20%
Where to Buy
- Brand: Technogym
- Year Released: 2017 (In Production)
- Axle Compatibility: 130/135mm quick release, 12x142 and 12x148 thru-axle
- Requires Calibration
- Weight: 18kg
- Cadence: Built in
- Communication: ANT+ and Bluetooth
- Cassette Included: 11-speed
- Physical Dimensions: 22" x 32" (55 cm x 81 cm)
Support App: MyCycling
The MyCycling app can be used to calibrate your trainer. Presumably it also delivers firmware updates, although the app documentation never mentions such. The app also allows you to control your Technogym trainer for ERG workouts, and includes premium training options for a fee.
More Technogym MyCycling Reviews
TechnoGym MyCycling Smart Trainer: Unboxing, Build, Ride DetailsMy look at the most expensive direct drive smart trainer on the market today. Released in late 2017 - The MyCycling unit is one of the nicest presented direct drive trainers - but does it live up to the price tag? (Update: TechnoGym Australia have indicated the Australian pricing is now A$2,050 excl. GST and delivery)
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TechnoGym MyCycling Hands-On ReviewTechnoGym MyCycling Hands-On review, Zwift compatibility, noise preview, power accuracy test, and everything you wanted to know about MyCycling smart trainer.
You can read the full detailed review with power analysis here: https://www.smartbiketrainers.com/technogym-mycycling-smart-indoor-bike-trainer-hands-review-4551
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