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Old 02-20-24, 12:54 PM
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Cycling trainer application in the browser

Hi!

This is my first post here. I hope to find people that might be interested in my hobby project.

It's a free online cycling trainer that runs in a browser. It works with Bluetooth (FTMS or FE-C) trainers.
You can even import your activities from Strava and race them in a simple 3D view against your friends.
Its still rough, and I could only test it with a Wahoo Kickr Core in Chrome (Firefox does not support Bluetooth),
but these constraints aside, is should be very usable.

Unfortunately, as I am new here, I cannot post the link.(it is something like: https ekeirin rubbercu be )
But I am curious to know if this appears to be anything anybody would be willing to give a shot?
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Old 02-20-24, 02:52 PM
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i take spin class in a gym which is already set up with metrics.
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Old 02-25-24, 01:36 AM
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Originally Posted by meandbur
Hi!

This is my first post here. I hope to find people that might be interested in my hobby project.

It's a free online cycling trainer that runs in a browser. It works with Bluetooth (FTMS or FE-C) trainers.
You can even import your activities from Strava and race them in a simple 3D view against your friends.
Its still rough, and I could only test it with a Wahoo Kickr Core in Chrome (Firefox does not support Bluetooth),
but these constraints aside, is should be very usable.

Unfortunately, as I am new here, I cannot post the link.(it is something like: https ekeirin rubbercu be )
But I am curious to know if this appears to be anything anybody would be willing to give a shot?
Sure

FEC is an ANT+ protocol though, isnít it?
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Originally Posted by choddo
Sure

FEC is an ANT+ protocol though, isnít it?
Yes you are right! What I do support in the browser is indeed Tacx's BLE variation of FE-C. Sorry for the imprecision.
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So, is this "baby zwift" ?
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