Bkool unveil two new Turbo Trainers

Bkool, the Spanish indoor training company, has unveiled two new turbo trainers, including the newest incarnation of its best best-selling smart turbo trainer, the Bkool Smart Pro 2.

Building on the success of the original Smart Pro, and featuring a new, stylish design – the Pro 2 promises an even quieter workout, thanks to a redesigned fan cover. It runs at approximately 68db when rolling at 35kph, weighs in at only 11.6kg and can simulates slopes of up to 20 per cent.

Being the only smart trainers to simulate inertia, the new Bkool range allow riders to enjoy the momentum of flying down slopes, and feel the burn in their legs when pedalling up hills and mountains. This means that the feeling when riding is close to reality, exceeding most high-end trainers.

Hot on the heels of the Pro 2 trainer, Bkool have also officially released a teaser for their new direct drive smart trainer, the Smart Air.

Bkool Smart Air

Showcasing a striking, minimalist design, the Air contains the ability to accurately simulate a side-to-side rocking movement – allowing for realistic pedalling motions whether seated or standing, meaning less stress on carbon frames.

Being Bkool trainers, both the Smart Pro 2 and Smart Air are some of the most aesthetically pleasing trainers on the market. They are both compatible with ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart, allowing seamless wireless connectivity. There is no assembly or calibration required, and with the machines made up of two pieces, cyclists can simply plug in and play.

“We are extremely excited to be sharing the new Smart Pro 2 trainer, as well as launching our exciting direct drive Smart Air. At Bkool we have a passion for all types of riding, and both the new trainers reflects this,” says Jorge Serrano, Marketing Director at Bkool. “Partnered with our training simulator, they the perfect machines for cyclists to put the training in, and take the winning out.”

Like previous units, the trainers come with a subscription to Bkool’s virtual trainer software, which allows cyclists to ride any route in a virtual environment, 3D racing, real weather scenarios and take part in virtual velodrome games. Riders will also have the ability to customise and analyse any workout on Bkool’s analytical software.

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