Classic trainer low watts output

Hi, I have an Elite Tuno Fluid Ritmo trainer, using Garmin cadence & speed sensors & Suunto Move Stick Mini on Zwift. I set the resistance on the rear tire as per the instructions, but find my watts output is quite low, (it’s a struggle to get over 75). I don’t know if there’s anything differently I can do to increase the watt output, as I’m working hard as it is to obtain 75. A friend of mine has a smart trainer & is surprised with my low power output. I’ve started an ftp builder program & there’s no way I can possibly even reach the warmup watts level. Any help with this if possible would be appreciated.

Are you selecting the correct wheel size on the pairing screen.

I was going to check out my settings, I’ll let you know what I find.

Hi Paul, I figured out my problem. After my speed sensor synced, I wasn’t opening up the tab to select my trainer.

Thanks for your help.


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I have a similar elite tuno trainer but it’s not listed on the Zwift trainer selection. Which Elite trainer did you select? Thank you for your assistance.



If it is not listed then Zwift won’t have a power curve for it.