Where to buy a turbo trainer: showing available stock from across the UK

Turbo trainers, like bikes, are at a premium right now in comparison to previous years - but it's still possible to source one

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The great shortage of cycling equipment is not just limited to bikes and components - it’s also severely affecting the availability of the best turbo trainers.

Used and loved by cyclists across the globe, especially in the winter for offering an appealing alternative to training outside in the cold, the static bikes have enjoyed a boom in popularity in the last decade, aided enormously by the rise of Zwift and Peloton. 


Cycling Weekly described the LifeLine Xpolva Noza S as being a “trainer that offers a lot of benefits for the average cyclist. It's quiet, stable, powerful and offers a really easy to use interface that can get you riding quickly."


The Elite Novo Force, retailing at £164.99, scored highest on Cycling Weekly's low budget test last year. It can connect to Zwift and other trainer apps along with Elite's own My E-Training. It comes with a sensor that measures your speed and cadence to put together data packages for you to look through.


An essential bit of kit for anyone starting out their indoor training, without paying out for the top line. The accuracy and reliability are surely the biggest assets for the Elite, which make it a worthwhile investment for those looking for a turbo trainer.


Cycling Weekly rated the Tacx Neo 2T as “by far the most stable trainer we have tested… it provides the most accurate and realistic ride feel of almost any trainer we have tested.”

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Chris Marshall-Bell

A freelance sports journalist and podcaster, you'll mostly find Chris's byline attached to news scoops, profile interviews and feature writing across a variety of different publications. He has been writing regularly for Cycling Weekly since 2013.

Previously a ski, hiking and cycling guide in a number of places, but mostly in the Canadian Rockies and Spanish Pyrenees, he almost certainly holds the record for the most number of interviews conducted from snowy mountains.

He lives in Valencia, Spain.