I am riding on swift for a few weeks now, used Trainer Road before but looking only at graphs became a bit boring.
Riding on SWIFT on my own is not a deal. Works quite well. Sometimes it seems that there is a small delay between the graphical world and the resistance that is put to my TACX NEO, but that is all in all acceptable (others are worse).
What is not usable at all is the training function as the ERG mode fails to control the NEO. The wattage is not set correctly at all. It usually is 20% under what it should be, or, it is very jumpy. Jumpy in the sense of: steady cadence (±1 RPM) wattage jumps of up to +50 watts (e.g. at an aimed wattage of 150w)
It is just luck when I meet one or the other training steps in a workout (stars).
As mentioned, I used TrainerRoad before, and there ERG worked as it should do. I whish that it will start doing the same with swift too.
- TACX NEO smart trainer
- Garmin Edge Cadence sensor (the TACX NEO’s cadence sensor sucks, but tacx know this well enough)
- TACX ANT+ USB dongle