|Just a sampling of the Sufferfest library on Trainer Road|
|Workout opened and waiting for you to drop in the video.|
- I use ANT+ because I had an ANT+ stick for my laptop and my cadence sensor only supports ANT+. However, the Kickr and Wahoo HR monitor (and others) support Bluetooth as well. You can also get cadence sensors (again from Wahoo or others) that support Bluetooth - so you could use all Bluetooth as an alternative. However, a specific version of Bluetooth is required and my laptop didn't support it native. So I would have had to get a special Bluetooth (BLED112) dongle - so I just went with what I have.
- I keep my videos on a Networked Attached Storage (NAS) device to save space on the laptop, but you could run them directly on the laptop.
- TrainerRoad automatically saves your workouts. But you can export them easily to GarminConnect or Golden Cheetah (which I use for post workout analysis).