Elite Direto Xr Smart Trainer Review

Pete Muir Tuesday, March 30, 2021 - 07:21 A powerful, accurate, top-end trainer at a decent price 4.0 / 5 £859 If you want all the best bits of a smart, interactive turbo trainer but you don’t want to shell out a grand or more for the privilege, the Elite Direto XR could be the perfect choice. It sits at the top of Elite’s turbo tree, and can stand shoulder to shoulder with the likes of the Wahoo Kickr (£999) and the Tacx Neo (£1,199), but will save you enough money compared to those models to pay for a year or two of Zwift subscriptions. Elite Direto XR tech details It used to be that the Direto was a tier below the Elite Drivo but it has recently been elevated to pole position while the Drivo has been quietly shelved. Chris Brattle, UK brand manager for Elite, explains the thinking: ...

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