Elite Drivo II review

Elite Drivo II review

The original Elite Drivo was a very capable trainer that could be run with all of the most popular training hardware and software. Its successor, the Drivo II, ups the ante, with a reduced noise level (72dB at 200 Watts, almost 20dB lower than the same Wattage on the original Drivo) and an increased maximum resistance – up from an already huge 2200 Watts to a frankly gargantuan 3600 Watts (at 60kph). It’s a big step up, but realistically only one that the most-tree-trunked-legged, Olympic-level track sprinters need worry about. Best smart turbo trainers for indoor training What is a smart trainer? Which smart trainers are compatible with Zwift, TrainerRoad and The Sufferfest? It’s compatible with 9-, 10- and 11-speed Shimano cassettes and, with a switch of freewheels, Campagnolo cassettes too. As well as all that it can also accommodate 130, 135 and 142x12mm axles. In short, you can pretty ...

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