ELITE CHALLENGE

von 04.11.2019 bis 01.12.2019

Italy has been the homeland for one of the 3 Grand Tours for more than 100 years. It has always been the cradle of engineering geniuses, too. So it’s not a surprise that one of the pioneering companies specializing in R&D, production and marketing of home trainers, is located there. Conducting research with cycling icons who have been using Elite’s products for almost 40 years, the Italian squad brings you lifetime durable products with unmatched power and precision. Complete the Challenge to have a chance to win Direto X, Elite’s latest masterpiece of engineering thought.

CHALLENGE BEENDET

ZU DEN ERGEBNISSEN

This Challenge is over. Prize Winner is announced.

The winner of the Elite Challenge is Dale Kehoe, aka "dkehoe1974" from USA.Congratulation! Great job and good luck to all next time!

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Prizes:

1 random draw for an Elite Direto X Interactive ANT+ FE-C & Bluetooth-compliant home trainer for all riders who completed the Challenge.

 

Task & Rules:

Ride at least 300 mi./483 km. indoors.

 

Terms & Conditions:

*The official promoter and administrator of this promo is VirtualTraining s.r.o., Czech Republic. All exhaustive legal general terms & conditions are located here.

 

Elite Direto X

 

Direto X was created to integrate our range of interactive bicycle home trainers with an even more accurate model - for a product that was already among the high range of powerful and stable hometrainers.. The OTS (Optical Torque Sensor) gives the Direto X its high data accuracy while training - the innovative integrated power meter detects power output with a ± 1,5% increased accuracy compared to the Direto.

Compared to its predecessor, the Direto X automatically adjusts resistance and simulates the most challenging slopes - up to an 18% max gradient - 4% more than what the Direto could do.

To do so, Direto X gets to an increased power output of 2100 W at a 40 km./hr. speed

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