BikeRadar caught up with Elite at Eurobike 2019 to find out about two of the company’s new smart trainers for 2020.
The Suito is Elite’s new direct-drive trainer and comes fully assembled with a coupon to access Zwift for one month.
The Suito is particularly compact when it is folded and will easily fit beneath a sofa or bed. It’ll also go into the boot of most cars should you want to use it for a pre-race warm-up.
It’s been designed for the rider who is dipping their toes into the smart trainer market and retails for £649 /$799.
The Tuo is a ‘wheel on’ interactive trainer, and at £400 / $499 represents a more budget-friendly option when compared to the Suito.
The Tuo uses wood in its frame construction and its elastogel roller reduces tyre wear and noise.
The Tuo is capable of simulating a hill climb that’s rated at 10 per cent and boasts an accuracy of +/-3 per cent.
Unusually for a ‘wheel on’ trainer, it is thru-axle compatible straight out of the box.