Turbo Trainers

A turbo trainer allows you to train year round. A smart turbo trainer even allows you to pair your trainer with your computer for a more realistic cycling experience with Zwift, for example. There are many types and models to choose from, ranging from simple rollers to smart turbo trainers that can simulate a bumpy cobblestone ride. Tacx and Wahoo turbo trainers are particularly popular. A turbo trainer is suited for any road cyclist or mountain biker. By pairing your trainer with interactive software even the dullest endurance training session becomes great fun. We also offer many turbo trainer accessories to complete your training experience. Not sure yet which bike trainer is best for you? Then read our turbo trainer buyer guide!
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Garmin HRM-Dual Heart Rate Monitor

Our choice for a heart rate monitor for cyclists
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Wahoo Tickr Fit Heart Rate Monitor

RRP 79,99
Our pick for a heart rate monitor you wear around your arm
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Elite Suito-T Direct Drive Turbo Trainer

RRP 679,-
Our choice of a direct drive trainer with the best value for money
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Wahoo Kickr V6 Direct Drive Turbo Trainer

RRP 1.299,-
Our choice for the avid Zwifter
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Garmin HRM-Fit Heart Rate Monitor

RRP 159,99
Our choice for a heart rate monitor for women
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Tacx Neo Bike Plus Smart Bike

RRP 3.999,99
Our choice for a Smart Bike with pedal stroke analysis
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Tacx Galaxia T1100 Roller

RRP 249,-
Our choice for a top-of-the-range bike roller
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Wahoo Kickr Bike V2 Smart Bike

RRP 3.999,-
Our choice for the ultimate climbing experience
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Garmin HRM Pro Plus Heart Rate Monitor

RRP 129,99
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Garmin Sensor Pack

RRP 139,99

Polar H10 Heart Rate Sensor

RRP 99,90
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Polar H9 Heart Rate Sensor

RRP 64,90
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Wahoo KICKR Headwind Fan

RRP 279,-

Tacx Boost Turbo Trainer

RRP 249,99

Polar Verity Sense Heart Rate Monitor

RRP 99,95
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Wahoo KICKR ROLLR Bike Roller

RRP 599,-
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What types of turbo trainers are there?

There are many different types of turbo trainers. For beginners, there are the bike rollers and the basic turbo trainers. These trainers cannot be linked to a digital programme, but you can simply train indoors with them. You also often use these turbo trainers with both wheels still in your bike. You also have smart trainers that you can link to all kinds of trainer software, such as Zwift. So you can get even more out of your workouts!

What is a direct drive trainer?

A direct drive turbo trainer is a trainer that is much more precise and where you hang your bike without a rear wheel. You can link a direct drive turbo trainer to all kinds of training software programmes. In addition, direct drive trainers can simulate a much higher gradient. This way, it's like cycling up the Alpe d'Huez for real! This makes training with a turbo trainer even more challenging.

What is a smart bike?

A smart bike gives you the most realistic and comfortable way to train indoors. You don't need your own road bike for this. Smart bikes are very quiet and they can simulate very high inclines. Of course, you can also link a smart bike to Zwift. If you're really looking for the ultimate in turbo trainers, a smart bike is for you!

What else do I need to use a turbo trainer?

It depends a bit on the kind of turbo trainer you have which kind of accessories you need. You can read exactly what you need for which turbo trainers in this blog!