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Feel the same resistance as outdoors with the
True Force Technology

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The smartest indoor biketrainer invented to bring your training to a new level

Meet the TrueBike

Trusted by pro-triathletes

Matt Russell: 'After my first ride, I knew I want to train on the TrueBike more often'

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• True Force Technology delivers the perfect road feel

• Seamless connection to Zwift

• State of the art power meter

• No need to put your precious roadbike in a trainer

• Trusted by pro-triathletes

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// It's a solid bike

— DC Rainmaker in-depth review 2021
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customizable frame size

The TrueBike comes fully equipped and its no-nonsense frame remains true to the proportions and dimensions of your outdoor bike.

mimics exact forces

By replicating the resistance on the pedals during outdoor cycling, the TrueBike is able to achieve the right neuromuscular load indoors.

robotized movement

The most important feature of the TrueBike is its brain. No fragile gears, derailleurs or cables: this is pure robotics.

optimized data output

The full colour monitor gives direct feedback on live specs like velocity, distance, time, elevation, power and cadence. TrueBike puts the data at your fingertips, so you can optimize every training, indoors and outdoors.

robotized movement

mimics exact forces

customizable frame size

optimized data output

Get ready for your outdoor challenge

The reason you train indoors is to get ready for outdoor events. That’s why you want your indoor training to transfer exactly to the outdoors. Without any decrease in fitness or muscle strength.

Until now many athletes feel that indoor cycling is less efficient than cycling outdoors. Why? Because the resistance you feel during the push phase is too low and the resistance in the dead point of your pedal revolution is too high. As a result, the muscles you normally use for cycling are not stressed enough while smaller muscles you hardly use have to pick up the slack.

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