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i-Genius Multiplayer Smart T2010
Just like the Genius Smart, the i-Genius Multiplayer Smart uses the most advanced resistance unit and software which analyses performance and simulates bike courses very accurately. The wireless motor brake converts the properties of the terrain into resistance on the bike, in a highly realistic manner. The bike route is displayed on your screen.
The motor brake is able to apply a maximum power of 1500 W to the back wheel and will speed up during a descent. The slopes simulated are realistic up to 20% and down to -5% for descents. The i-Genius Multiplayer comes with the Upgrade Smart to connect to a Windows PC and use the Tacx Trainer software 4, Advanced and a BlackTrack to allow free steering in the TTS 4.
The i-Genius Multiplayer Smart communicates via ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart for convenient training sessions using your smartphone or tablet. Performance data can be viewed on several devices simultaneously, including your smartphone, bike computer and sports watch.
When the i-Genius Multiplayer Smart isn’t connected to a smartphone, tablet or computer, it behaves as a fluid trainer. This means the trainer behaves progressively: when your speed increases, the resistance increases as well. So it is possible to use this trainer in a “stand-alone” status.
- Software Tacx apps and TTS 4, Advanced & Third party apps and software
- Operation Automatic
- Resistance unit Motor
- Realistic slope 20% 1
- Descent simulation To -5%
- Max brake power (10 sec.) 1500 Watt
- Sprint power (1 min.) 1200 Watt
- Mass inertia 125 kg 2
- Suitable for all bikes, if necessary with axle skewers or nuts
Wheeldiameter 26"- 29" and 700c; 29" with trainer tyre
1 With a total weight of 75 kg
2 Flywheel effect: the higher the value, the more realistic the cycling experience
The motor brake is the most advanced brake, offering the most realistic cycling experience. The brake force is controlled dynamically. This means that the resistance is calculated and adjusted continually to simulate natural road resistance, including during descents.
When calculating the brake resistance, all physical formulas a cyclist encounters on the road are applied, in order to create a situation that is as realistic as possible. Air and rolling resistance, gradient percentage, weight, air pressure, wind speed, temperature, altitude, inertia and brake properties are all taken into account and calculated hundreds of times per second to achieve a realistic feel.
A virtual flywheel dynamically controls the brake force. This means that the resistance is calculated and adjusted continually to simulate natural road resistance. Whereas other trainers use a flywheel to pass the dead centre, the i-Genius Multiplayer uses calculations to predict the movements of the bike and simulate the action of a flywheel. The Genius even has a downhill drive. The wheel keeps turning, so you do not need to pedal, just like in real life. The virtual flywheel can generate a variable inertia effect, allowing it to simulate the bike movements of all cyclists up to a specific bodyweight (125 kg max.) in a highly accurate manner.
The motor brake is equipped with LED lights that move to the rhythm of your cadence. The red lights light up when the power output is high. When the power output is low, the green lights are more visible. The i-Genius Multiplayer has to be plugged into the power grid, apart from this the trainer is wireless.
The i-Genius Multiplayer works without a cadence sensor. The cadence is derived from the variation in force on the pedals and recorded by highly accurate electronic sensors. More info >
You may connect a Tacx Smart trainer to your smartphone, tablet or computer with ANT+ or Bluetooth® Smart in order to use our software and apps, or that of others. You may also use it stand-alone, without linking the trainer to a device. This means you are completely free to choose the software you want for your indoor cycling workout.
With our software and apps, you may regulate your training ride by heart rate, gradient and power, or you may pick a famous route or race. Besides that, you may compete with other riders online. The training options vary by application. Read more about our software here:
Tacx Training app > for smartphones (free)
Tacx Cycling app > for tablets (free)
Tacx Trainer software > for Windows PC
All of our trainers are freely accessible since June 2015 as they are able to speak the ANT+ FE-C language. You can now adjust the resistance of our Smart trainers and check your speed, cadence and power with other software. The following software packages speak this new language too and allow you to control our trainers:
Trainer Road >
For more information on the open communication protocol, click here
|Feature overview Tacx apps||
|Tacx films 1|
|10 km demo film||
|Determine partial course||
|Free training (slope, watt & heart rate)||
|Analyser, save and analyse scores||
|Training programs, also to customise||
|Pre-installed fitness tests||
|Free app for iOS en Android||
|Download through Apple Store & Google Play Store||
|Analyse scores afterwards (films & GPS)||
1 Not supplied as standard
i-Genius Multiplayer Smart T2010
Interactive Smart trainer with motor brake. Incl. Upgrade Smart, BlackTrack & 1 year Multiplayer license. Can be used with tablet/smartphone and Windows PC.
Max brake power 1500 Watt
The trainer’s resistance unit provides a particular cycling experience by increasing or reducing the resistance on the rear wheel. From a 7% incline, a motor brake can simulate the cycling experience more accurately than an electro brake. The motor brake can increase the resistance above this percentage; the electro brake is limited in this respect. When climbing this incline with an electro brake, the software ensures that it takes longer to cover the same distance to enable each cyclist to burn the same amount of energy (kcals). So, the software determines the virtual speed with respect to the actual cycling speed.
Enter your details and check out the operational range of your trainer.
The white lines in the graph shown above indicate the power, cycling speed and slope. The blue areas indicate the operational range: which resistance can the different resistance units apply at certain speeds and gradients and how realistic is the cycling experience?