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Training with a turbo allows you to complete high intensity workouts, from the comfort of your own home.

The benefits here are several-fold – firstly, you can dodge the rain and wind during the winter months. Secondly, with no distractions from junctions and roundabouts, you can ride intervals to your maximum capacity without needing to keep a ‘heads up, accidents down’ mentality going.

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Turbo trainers vary in tech – and therefore value. You can get a simple one for a little over £100, or spend around £1000 on a feature laden smart turbo. 

Tacx Flux Direct Drive Smart Trainer – was £699.99, now £629.99 & Tacx Neo Direct Drive Smart Trainer – was £1249.99, now £1124.98

The newest and coolest in smart turbo training.

Both connect wirelessly via ANT+ and Bluetooth, and are compatible with Tacx Utility, Zwift, Kinomap, Skuga, Trainer road, FulGaz, The Sufferfest, Cycleops Virtual Training, BKOOL indoor, Golden Cheetah, Maximum Trainer, Perfpro and VeloReality.

These units output data on speed, cadence and power and are compatible with Shimano, SRAM and Campag cassettes.

The premium option, the Neo has a max resistance of 2500 watts and is suitable for use with apps on tablets and smartphones. It’s super quiet and produces no vibration – Taxc claims it’s the quietest trainer there is.

In our review, we concluded: “The Tacx Neo is a great piece of hardware that has a really realistic ride feel and is impressively quiet. If noise is important to you, then this is a great option. If you can live with some additional noise or want to annoy your neighbours then a less expensive smart trainer could serve you just as well for playing things like Zwift.

“The Tacx Neo is more sophisticated than the Wahoo Kickr and slightly better across the board. However the Kickr wins in a couple of areas – it is easier to carry and the Wahoo Software is better and more intuitive.”

Buy now: Tacx Neo Direct Drive Smart Trainer at Wiggle for £1124.98

Buy now: Tacx Flux Direct Drive Smart Trainer at Wiggle for £629.99

Cycle Ops Classic Powersync Virtual Trainer (ANT+) – was £725, now £439.99

An ANT+, power enabled turbo trainer which allows you to train to specific power numbers or zones – resistance adjusts automatically and data will be relayed to apps like Zwift, the Sufferfest or Trainer Road. Classic CycleOps body with folding legs and quick release skewer provided.

Buy now: CycleOps Classic Powersync Virtual Trainer (ANT+) at Ribble for £439.99 

CycleOps Tempo Mag Training Kit- was £200, now £121.99

Cycle Ops 9778 Tempo Mag Training Kit

Cycle Ops 9778 Tempo Mag Training Kit

A turbo trainer which uses a magnetic unit to generate force, and comes with five adjustable levels of resistance, operated by a handlebar mount. The bundle comes with a turbo mat, mount for the font wheel and sweat towel.

Buy now: CycleOps Tempo Mag Training kit at Ribble for £121.99

CycleOps Classic Wind Trainer – was £150, now £91.99

CycleOps Classic Wind Trainer

CycleOps Classic Wind Trainer

Basic turbo trainer, using wind resistance to create something to push against. An adjustable lever allows for the perfect tyre fit, and all wheel sizes from 25″ to 700c are catered for. The bike sits in the frame via a quick release skewer, and eccentric leveling feet cater for uneven surfaces.

Buy now: CycleOps Classic Wind Trainer at Ribble for £91.99

Tacx Blue Matic Magnetic Turbo Trainer – was £139.99, now £99.99

A magnetic resistance unit with ten levels, all changed via a handlebar lever. Suitable for wheel sizes from 26″ to 700c, with folding legs so it’s easy to put away and a max resistance of 700 watts.

Buy now: Tacx Blue Matic Magnetic Turbo Trainer at Evans Cycles for £99.99

We’ll keep adding new deals as they appear – so keep checking back…