The magnetic resistance used by champions
The home trainer employs Power Mag Technology, the magnetic resistance used by champions. It’s a magnetic unit with 8 levels to set via a handlebar mounted selector. The new 8 resistance levels system ensures a wide range of achievable power levels. It’s the same system used by World Tour Pro Teams. A cyclist can conduct any type of training, ranging from agility-based to power-based at low speed.
QUBO POWER MAG SMART B+ falls into the category of Smart home trainers.
Data transmission is wireless and employs the ANT+™ (Power and Speed&Cadence) and Bluetooth Smart communication protocols.
Training sessions are managed via the My E-Training app for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, which creates varied and stimulating indoor training sessions.
QUBO POWER MAG SMART B+ can also be used with other indoor cycling platforms (which usually require paid subscription), such as: Zwift, TrainerRoad, The Sufferfest, Bikevo, Kinomap and many more.
Professional and fun training sessions
QUBO POWER MAG SMART B+ is a home trainer that was created to meet the demands of pros that continuously contribute to the development of products with their feedback.
It’s the ideal home trainer for a complete traditional training session that, at the same time, is projected towards the web cycling community thanks to its Smart technology.
Now training can be both professional and fun at the same time. Training, gaming and social combine in one single solution that always ensures a new and exciting experience.
The red roller (the area where the wheel rests on) is made in Elastogel (30 mm diameter), the exclusive polyurethane compound developed and tested by ELITE.
This improves tyre adherence, decreases the noise coming from the roller/tyre friction by 50% and tyre consumption by 20%.
Effectiveness of the Crono system
The exclusive Crono compass system has been designed and developed by ELITE for many years and faithfully reproduces how a bike behaves on the road.
Athlete’s weight directly affects the home trainer, based on the mechanisms of pedaling on the road.
This affects the power output, for instance at the 30 km/h speed, a 90kg cyclist exerts a different power output than a 60kg cyclist.
It’s not the unit that adjusts on the tyre, it’s the tyre to ideally place itself on the resistance unit.