How To Get On Zwift Without A Smart Turbo Trainer

Joseph Delves 19 Jan 2021 Could you start riding online with just your existing kit? Virtual cycling app Zwift allows you to swap the drudgery of indoor training for racing around a colourful computer game-style simulation. However, it also works best with a smart trainer . This means something that can both read your power output and automatically vary the resistance offered to simulate what's happening on screen. Of course, not everyone has one of these. And given the current conditions, there are probably thousands of us currently dusting down formerly neglected turbo trainers . Happily, even if yours is as dumb as they come, there’s still likely a way to get yourself online. How to use Zwift with only a speed sensor Assuming you’ve got some form of trainer on which your bike can spin, the cheapest way to use Zwift is by using a speed sensor and the ...

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