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Old 08-13-22, 06:51 AM
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Jose R
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I bought the Neo Motion Plates for my Neo 2T. Personally, they should come standard for any new purchase of the Neo 2T. I purchased them from an online retailer with several discounts and earned credits, which brought the price down closer to $200.

So, if you have one of Neo trainers, I would highly recommend getting the plates, but look for sales discounts. Paying full retail for what amounts to two pieces of plastic is not something I was willing to do. So, I waited after the release, and looked for the sale.

The best thing about the Motion Plates is they do not take up additional space. And they provide enough fore aft motion, in combination with the slight side to side motion, to simulate road riding. Note that this setup is best suited for tempo riding sessions. I don't think they would work well if you are a track sprinter and are doing 10s interval sprints at 2000 watts.
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