You’ll also get the LED lights illuminated at the rear of the trainer.One for power, one for ANT connectivity, and one for Bluetooth Smart connectivity: Once powered on, the unit is instantly ready to ride.Plus there’s also a red lever just behind the red Elite sticker. Both ensure that you’ve got it locked in place before pedaling.
The Drivo does require power, as it doesn’t have a built-in power curve or self-generation for unpowered use (only a handful of electronic trainers do; such as the Wahoo KICKR/KICKR2, Tacx NEO, and Tacx Bushido).
The power cord is dual voltage 120/240V, so it’ll work anywhere in the world.
Also like usual, I’ll be sending it back to them upon completion of this review. If you found the review useful, you can pickup the Elite Drivo and other gadgets from Clever Training at the bottom of this review. So I got the equivalent of carrying a bottle of whisky in a brown bag to conceal it’s true identity.
In doing so DCR Readers save 10% and support the site. No worries, I’m reasonably certain a printed sleeve won’t impact accuracy.
Never mind the fact that they were confusingly named.