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  • Text: NoPain Smart Wars III: Intensive review of the long-awaited update to Garmin's Tacx Neo series and the new flagship in interstellar design. Featuring integrated motion plates, an improved resistance unit for low speeds on steep climbs, the ability to handle two parallel Bluetooth connections, as well as WiFi and Ethernet connectivity via optional accessories.19.02.24 06:45 245

    NoPainSmart Wars III: Intensive review of the long-awaited update to Garmin's Tacx Neo series and the new flagship in interstellar design. Featuring integrated motion plates, an improved resistance unit for low speeds on steep climbs, the ability to handle two parallel Bluetooth connections, as well as WiFi and Ethernet connectivity via optional accessories.19.02.24 06:45 245
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