Bushido Smartant-bt-logo_35x80px

As the Bushido is wireless and can be linked to your smartphone or tablet , you can use this trainer for workouts wherever you are. Are you going on a training camp or is there no power point handy at your training location? In that case, choose the Tacx Bushido.

Fully wireless

The Bushido features a powerful wireless motor brake enabling you to push your limits anywhere.

1400W 15%
power max. slope

The best of both worlds

In the Bushido, a virtual and an actual flywheel work harmoniously together to create a true road feel.

60kg
mass inertia

Self-generating power design

The Bushido is equipped with a generator that generates energy through your movement. This energy is needed to generate the resistance and effect the connection between the trainer and your device. The Bushido thus requires no mains power.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intensity & cadence indicator

The colour of LED lights on the resistance unit show your intensity while they flash at the rhythm of your cadence.

Iconic shape.
Optimized for stability.

675x650mm
footprint

Multifunctional front wheel support

The Skyliner is a front wheel support that raises the front wheel for a natural cycling position and increased stability. It also serves as a handle to carry the trainer.

Click ‘n ride

The bike is fixed in the trainer easily by two simple clicks.

Unique dual material roller

The roll that places the resistance on your rear wheel is made from two materials: a hardened steel sleeve with a soft core of elastogel. The steel sleeve prevents wear of the trainer, while the elastogel aborbs vibrations to reduce noise.

Compatible software

Tacx Smart trainers use the Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ FE-C protocol for communication which allows them to be controlled by third-party software. The software receives the speed, cadence and power from the trainer and controls the brake. Click on more information for an explanation of the compatibility and functions of each software package.

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Firmware upgrades

With the Tacx Utility app you can always benefit from the latest firmware for the Tacx trainer and check the connection with other devices. When an update is available, you receive a notification and you can decide whether you want to update your trainer.

Features & specifications

features
Type of trainer Interactive Smart trainer with wireless motor brake
Magnets 4 Neodymium magnets
Transmission Roller, 40 mm
Electrical requirements No mains voltage required
Power indicator (Wattage) 7 LEDs
Connection indicator (ANT/BT) None
Firmware upgradable Yes
Suitable bikes Race, Tri & MTB , if necessary with axle skewer , 29ʺ wheel with Tacx trainer tyre
Supplied with Front wheel support , Quick release for racing bikes and mountain bikes (5 mm)
specifications
Max. power (40 km/h) 1400 Watt
Max. slope 15%
Simulation of descent No
Max. torque 44Nm
Max. brake force 128 N
Flywheel Actual, 1.15 kg , Virtual
Flywheel effect Variable to 60 kg (132.3 lbs)
Calibration Spin down
Footprint (lxw) 675x650mm (26.6x25.6 in)
Height 410 mm (16.1 in)
Dimensions when folded 565x410x245mm (22.2x16.1x9.65 in)
Weight 10.8 kg (23.9 lbs)
Article number T2780
data output and control
Wireless communication ANT+ FE-C , Bluetooth Smart open
Control by Smartphone, tablet, ANT+ FE-C bike computers and stand-alone Connect to computer via ANT+ antenna
Output Speed, cadence and power
Read out on Smartphone, tablet, bike computer, sports watch, computer with ANT+ antenna
Accuracy <10%

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