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Smart bike versus turbo: what’s best for online racing?

If there’s one thing which remains identical between racing indoors and out, it’s the desire to optimise your equipment for the best possible performance. But just like choosing a bike or a set of wheels, there’s no obvious best choice for every situation – a whole multitude of factors come into play when making the decision one way or another.

So, to shine some light on these considerations, we spoke to two eminent Zwift racers from the UK racing scene about their preferred

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