Best Turbo Trainer Black Friday Cycling Deals

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Tacx, Elite, Kinetic, CycloOps and more big turbo brands feature here this Black Friday.

Love 'em or hate 'em, turbo trainers are becoming more realistic every year. These bargains are all because of Black Friday, so snap them up fast, they won't stay this cheap for long.

Here at Deal Clincher HQ, we remember, with great pain, the days of basic turbo trainers and the horrondous winter sessions on them. Now, with the invention of smart trainers and zwift, the dedicated winter cyclist need not take to the frozen, soaked roads. Instead we can stay inside, yet still have the effort of riding 60 moutainous miles.

Black friday is the time to buy, with significant investments becoming much more accessible. 

 

Tacx Flux Smart trainer down by 10%

Tacx Flux Smart turbo trainer
£629.99
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Whilst this isn't the biggest price slash, the Tacx Flux is a superb trainer, so any reduction from it's £700 retail price is more than welcome.

The Tacx Flux features full connectivity to apps like Zwift and Trainer Road. It uses a 7kg flywheel for a realistic road feel. You can also use the Flux as a standalone trainer and it'll simply resemble a flat road.

 

Elite Drivo dips under a grand

Elite Drivo Smart turbo trainer
£999.99
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The Elite Drivo turbo trainer is a favourite in the Deal Clincher offices. Partly because it looks like it belongs in Star Wars, but mostly because is rather excellent.

The Drivo measures power to just 1% and the direct drive feature means there's no lag in that power being picked up. 

 

Get started for less!

Elite Crono turbo trainer
£72.99
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Whilst the other turbo's in this list boast some nifty features, The Elite Crono Mag trainer is simply a good quality unit to get you started.

It's got 5 resistance levels and if you've got an ANT+ speed/cadence sensor, you can join the Zwift party too!

 

Kinetic Road Machine II down by 21%

Kinetic Road Machine turbo trainer
£274.99
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Getting set up with a true smart trainer probably isn't es expensive as you might have thought. This Kinetic Road Machine II is a steal at only £274.99!

The Road Machine boasts progressive resistance from 5 - 3000 watts. Not that we could test that!

 

Shhhhh! You've got to be quiet to save 21% on the Silencer

CycleOps Silencer turbo trainer
£453.48
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The Silencer from CycleOps is a straightforward direct-drive turbo with a magnetic resistance topping out at 800W.

Road.cc reviewed this one with Mat Brett finding it to offer a quiet performance and a reaistic ride feel.

 

In with the Kool Kidz at 22% off

BKOOL Smart Pro 2 turbo trainer
£389.00
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BKOOL's Smart Pro 2 turbo trainer has been met with rave reviews since hittin the market. This Black Friday deal is an ideal opportunity to get one for only £389.

The Pro 2 will fully hook up with Zwift, using it's maximum 1200W power and max 20% gradient simulation to give you a realistic training session.

 

Direct drive and smart trainer down by 17%.

Elite Kura Smart turbo trainer
£579.99
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Elite's Kura Smart trainer is a user of Elite's Optical Torque System. This is acurate to within 1% of a power meter delivering a smooth fluid resistance. Put simply, the faster you go, the harder it gets. 

Eddy Merckx would love this.

 

Rollers to get you... well... rolling.

Elite Arion Rollers
£154.99
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For those wanting an interesting indoor training session rollers are probably the best bet. That's mostly because if you don't pay attention, you'll fall into the washing machine, or the fridge.

Rollers do still have one thing going over a turbo. They improve core strength and also pedalling. If you've ever seen a track cyclist on the rollers before a race, they just look so smooth. 

 

 

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