Enjoying the performance of your Tacx Flow turbo trainer, but want to take training to the next level? This kit allows you to upgrade a Flow to an i-Flow Virtual Reality trainer. This package contains a new wireless handlebar unit and Tacx Trainer Software 4 to turn your training session into a truly immersive riding experience.
TTS 4 has an updated user interface, and the virtual riders, outfits, bicycles and terrains have all been completely redesigned since TTS 3. A combination of virtual environments, 3D maps and real footage of famous climbs gives you a huge range of training routes, even making it possible to revisit rides you've logged on a GPS enabled device!
Please note that any Tacx products designed to connect to mains power are supplied with a UK plug and will accept a 240V power supply. Using a power supply with the incorrect Voltage will void the warranty.
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This is a great upgrade to the iFlow - which transforms your trainer into a fully fledged virtual reality training machine. Surprisingly easy to install and setup, it uses a USB to plug into a laptop. Then simply select a course and get going. The computer shows "you" riding the course, with the French countryside slipping by on your way up the mountains. As you reach the climbs, the computer turns on the trainer's electronic brake, giving you the feeling that the hard work has begun. With the screen giving you plenty of feedback about the course ahead, your current rate of progress, speed, climb grade etc, there's plenty to keep your mind occupied to help you forget you're not actually out there on the road. I'm yet to swap the virtual reality for the film based rides, but that's next on my list. Overall, a great way to get started with VR training - at a very decent price.
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