Pros: Lightweight, Collapsible
Cons: Learning curve for beginners
Weight: 19 lbs
Max Power: N/A
Max Simulated Gradient: N/A
Noise: 72 dB
Our score: 3/5
The Tacx Antares is a testament to the enduring appeal of roller trainers. Its design focuses on stability and balance, allowing cyclists to refine their pedaling technique. The Antares is perfect for warm-up sessions before races or for those looking to improve their cycling form. Its compact and foldable design ensures easy storage and transport, making it a versatile training tool.
Setting up the Tacx Antares was smooth. As a roller trainer, its design focuses on improving balance and technique. The Antares’ parabolic rollers ensure the bike remains centered, and its clear instructions guide users through the setup process, ensuring a safe training experience.
Ride and Feel
Setting up on the Tacx Antares feels like stepping onto a track. As a roller trainer, it challenges your balance and technique, making it perfect for refining your pedal stroke. The Antares’ conical rollers ensure the bike remains centered, offering a safe and efficient training experience.
Riding on the Tacx Antares rollers was both challenging and rewarding. They’re perfect for improving balance and pedal efficiency, making them a favorite among racers and enthusiasts alike.