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Tacx ANT+ Dongle Micro USB
$69.99
With this Tacx wireless ANT+ receiver for Android devices with a micro USB port, you can connect to devices that communicate via ANT+. For example a heart rate meter, speed and cadence sensor, sports watch, GPS device or bike computer. This enables you to keep track of your performance continually. It also allows you to link an ANT+ trainer to the Tacx Cycling app (tablet) or Tacx Training app (smartphone), or connect an older model Tacx trainer which only has ANT+ to your telephone, so you can train with the Tacx Training app and Tacx Cloud. The device you want to connect must have a micro USB port and Android 4.3 or higher. This ANT+ dongle is only compatible with devices that have USB On-The-Go.
Tacx Axle Nuts
$34.99
Use these axle nuts to put a city or track bike in a Tacx trainer. The available axle nuts are M10x1 (T1415) and 3/8 Shimano Nexus (T1416). For use with Tacx classic trainers only
Tacx Direct Drive Freehub Body, Campagnolo
$114.99
This freehub body enables you to fit a Campagnolo cassette on the NEO Smart and the FLUX Smart. Suitable for 9 through 11 speed Campagnolo cassettes. How to place the Campagnolo Body: 1. Remove the cap with a 5-millimeter Allen key. 2. Replace the Shimano/SRAM body with the Campagnolo body. 3. Place the cap on the Campagnolo body and tighten with a 5-millimeter Allen key.
Tacx E-Thru Trainer Axle
$49.99 - $64.99
The E-Thru Trainer Axle allows the use of a mountain bike in a Tacx trainer. These axles are only suitable for Tacx classic trainers.
Tacx Roller Drive Belt
$15.99
Replacement roller belt for Tacs roller trainers.
Tacx Trainer Bag
$139.99
Give your Tacx trainer the best possible protection for storage and transport with this sturdy trainer bag. It's designed specifically for Tacx trainers and has a separate compartment on the inside for accessories. The double inner layer with foam lining provides optimum protection, minimizing the risk of damage.
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