Parts & Accessories
This handlebar bracket has been developed so you can attach a tablet to your handlebars. The design provides a safe distance so that no sweat falls on the screen while you are training. - Suitable for handlebars with a diameter ranging from 26mm to 35mm - Adjustable to different tablet sizes: length 182-267mm, width 112-197mm, max. thickness 13mm
- Adapter for Tacx Direct Drive trainer - 01 is compatible with 142 x 12mm and 148 x 12mm - 02 is compatible with 135 x 10mm - 03 is compatible with 135 x 12mm (w/5 mm spacer included with every Tacx Direct Drive trainer), 142 x 12mm and 148 x 12mm - 04 The thru axle adapter kit is for bikes with a 12 mm thru axle. The axle adapter is required to couple the rear stay with the thru axle mount on a Tacx NEO or FLUX Smart trainer.
$44.99 - $59.99
The E-Thru Trainer Axle allows the use of a mountain bike in a Tacx trainer. These axles are only suitable for Tacx classic trainers.
The Skyliner is a front wheel support for use with Tacx classic trainers. It raises and supports the front wheel for a natural cycling position and increased stability. It also serves as a handle to carry the trainer.
The Tacx Sweat Cover protects your bike from corrosion caused by perspiration. It is made from absorbent textile to catch and retain perspiration. Its clever design fits all bikes and enables easy mounting.
A sweat cover with a pocket for your smartphone. The sweat cover protects your bike against perspiration and enables the use of a phone while training. The Tacx sweat cover is made from absorbent textile to catch and retain perspiration. Its clever design fits all bikes and enables easy mounting. Suitable for a variety of phone sizes - max. length 138mm, max. width 68mm.
The Tacx trainer tires have been developed specifically for riding indoors on bike trainers. The special rubber minimizes the risk of overheating, slipping, and wear and tear. They are also quieter than regular rear tires on both road and mountain bikes. Tacx trainer tires are not suitable for outside riding.
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