Bicycling (South Africa)



The sturdy steel structure of the Suito is great for riders who want a top-tier trainer for less than R20k. Compared with the Kickr and Neo 2T, it sacrifices only a smidge of accuracy (+/–2.5 per cent), but offers fast resistance transition­s similar to its high-priced counterpar­ts when riding on virtual platforms. However, it simulates gradients only up to 15 per cent. Unlike some trainers that require an app to operate them, you can simply plug in the Suito and start pedalling, allowing you to ride without logging onto a virtual platform. When disconnect­ed from the virtual world, the Suito holds momentum better than any other trainer in this test – in other words, once you get it up to speed, it likes to stay there.

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