Elite Tuo Smart Trainer for the perfect indoor riding experience
The Elite Tuo Smart Trainer was created to combine the ability to meet any bicycle training demand with a superior Made in Italy design, understated and distinctive, that characterizes this home trainer as the ideal piece of furniture to place in your living room, or any other room of the house or the office, when you’re not using it.
This home trainer features a solid and compact structure made with high quality materials: aluminium unit, steel frame and beechwood legs, one of the most beautiful, sturdy and solid materials used in interior design. Beechwood is not just about the look, it’s also perfect to absorb shocks while training and ensure great stability.
At the same time this hometrainer features great stability when training on your bicycle: other than the anti-slip rubber feet, Tuo features the Fast Fixing locking system – by engaging a practical lever, you can hook and unhook the bicycle to the support frame in a single quick operation.
Tuo is not just very compact and gorgeous to look at, it’s also quiet. The roller where the bicycle wheel rests on is made in Elastogel material, which is an exclusive polyurethane molecule developed and tested by Elite to limit friction noise by 50% and decrease tyre wear while training of a further 20%.
Another strong suit of the Tuo is its frame – it is able to accomodate bigger chainstays. Tuo simplifies the installation of your bicyle on the hometrainer thanks to the practical side microadjustment mechanism and repositioning of the stand for the hometrainer to house bicycles with wheels 26’’ up to 29’’. Tuo is the most compatible among our hometrainers as it includes all the necessary adapters to install bicycles with 130x5mm hubs with quick release, up to bicycles with Boost 148x12mm thru-axle.
All hometrainers by Elite immediately send power, speed and cadence data, thus setting themselves as effective instruments to build an accurate training program and replicated outdoor workouts as much as possible. Cadence is measured via a practical sensorless technology (that is, no sensors to apply to your bicycle) and is calculated on the Tuo as a function of speed variations.