Elite Suito smart turbo trainer review

It’s got great ride feel but is the Elite Suito the best deal on a smart turbo trainer from the Italian company?

Side view of the Elite Suito smart trainer
(Image: © Josh Ross)

Cyclingnews Verdict

The Elite Suito smart trainer leans away from fast ERG performance and favours a natural road feel. It also has one of the best external form factors of any smart trainer on the market

Pros

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    Excellent handle

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    Super narrow when folded

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    Very realistic ride feel

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    Works with the Rizer Accessory

Cons

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    Single Bluetooth radio

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    Two different companion apps

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    Some basic functions require paid service

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    Too close in price to the Direto XR

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Modern cycling has been fundamentally changed by the introduction of computer-controlled smart turbo trainers. You can now ride indoors all year around if you want to, with the best smart trainers getting more expansive all the time, while there are multiple indoor cycling apps to keep you busy.

The Elite Suito is one such smart turbo trainer, and we've been putting it to the test for a while now. You may have already seen it listed in our guide to the best turbo trainers, and now you can read on to find out why we like it. 

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