Looking for a smart, direct drive trainer? The Tacx FLUX S Smart checks all the boxes: it’s reliable, accurate, silent, strong and features a heavy flywheel for a very realistic ride feel. Made to help you sweat while cycling with your favorite apps, this bike trainer is the ideal indoor training companion.
Train with Confidence
The internal mechanics of the FLUX Smart trainer are redesigned to improve the ride feel and power measurement. The result is FLUX S Smart — designed to provide a reliable, accurate and consistent measurement of your power, speed and cadence, so you can keep track of your performance and progress. It measures your data accurately within 3%.
The well-balanced design of FLUX S Smart ensures maximum stability when cycling in even the most explosive sprints. It powers up to 1,500 watts, and you can train on realistically simulated inclines up to a 10% gradient. No matter how intense your workout, this bike trainer is built to last. A large footprint and durable materials ensure maximum stability.
Smooth and Silent
At 15.4 lbs (7.0 kg), a heavy flywheel ensures a realistic ride feel and good responsiveness of FLUX S Smart. This direct drive trainer is designed to bring vibrations and noise levels to the absolute minimum, resulting in one of the most silent flywheel-equipped bike trainers available.
The trainer communicates via BLUETOOTH® Smart technology and ANT+® FE-C protocol, making it compatible with a number of popular training apps. So whether you want to ride a famous cycling ride in the Tacx software, take on the virtual worlds of Zwift or utilize other platforms such as TrainerRoad, this bike trainer lets you ride smarter than ever before. You can also opt to use the trainer in stand-alone mode. When not connected, it will simulate a flat road; the faster you ride, the higher the resistance. And it can be connected to multiple devices simultaneously, so you can enjoy the software and track your performance on your Garmin bike computer at the same time.
The FLUX S Smart trainer comes with additional axle adapters to significantly improve the axle compatibility. This direct drive is compatible with 142x12 mm and 148x12 mm axles — right out of the box.
Train Your Way
FLUX S Smart harnesses the innovative power of the Tacx indoor training software. Enjoy your time in the saddle with a library filled with more than 100 high-quality, real-life videos that let you experience the rush of riding the steep hills of the Alps or the cobblestone roads of Milan. Take advantage of efficiently structured training plans, designed for your fitness level to help you meet your unique goals. Race against live opponents, upload GPS data and ride on 3-D maps, create your own workouts based on slope, power, heart rate or FTP, and show off on Strava.
- Direct drive trainer with an electro brake
- Stable frame design
- Compatible with long cage derailleur
- Bluetooth and ANT+ FE-C communication capable. Fully compatible with Third-party app like Zwift
- Measure speed, cadence and power
- Power measurement accuracy of +/- 3%
- Maximum resistance of 1500 watt
- 15 lbs flywheel
- Incline simulation up to 10%
- Comes with Shimano freehub body. Campagnolo freehub body sold separately
- Thru-axle adaptor sold separately
Max power: 1500 watt
Max incline: 10%
Max torque: 22.1 Nm
Max brake force: 65N
Flywheel: 15.4 lbs (7 kg)
Magnets: 8 permanent ferrite magnets and 8 electromagnets
Mass inertia: 50.3 lbs (22.8 kg)
Calibration: Spin down
Suitable cassettes: Shimano and SRAM 8-11 speed (Campagnolo, SRAM XD and XD-R body sold separately)
Footprint: 26.4" x 25.3" (670 x 642 mm)
Height: 18.1" (460 mm)
Weight: 50.3 lbs (22.8 kg)
Wireless communication: ANT+ connectivity, BLUETOOTH wireless technology
Control by: Smartphone, tablet, ANT+ bike computers, stand alone, computer connection via ANT+ antenna
Output: Speed, cadence, power
Read out on: Smartphone, tablet, bike computer, computer with ANT+ antenna
Connection Indicator (ANT+/Bluetooth): 2 LEDs
Electrical Requirements: 110-240V
This product was added to our catalog on September 11, 2019