Zwift Home-Trainer Review: When the Zwift Hub One arrived, our man in Spain, Alastair Hamilton, didn’t think there could be anything new, especially from one that was so much cheaper than the competition. He was pleasantly surprised. Look, no cassette!
The Zwift Hub One is very similar to the original Zwift Hub and as easy to assemble. You can see how easy in our previous article and video HERE , when Richard set his up last year. They even give you a spanner to make it even easier and it’s not like an Ikea allen/hex key, you will be able to use it more than once. Connecting to your Zwift via phone, computer, laptop or Apple TV is simple, but if you are running everything, including HRM, cadence and controllers on your Apple TV, you need to connect using the Zwift Companion app on your phone. Very simple. They give you a spanner
The Hub One has only one cog, no cassette. The Zwift Hub Classic has now been replaced by the Wahoo Core, which has your choice of cassette (8 to 12 speed), but the advantage of the Hub One is that it will fit just about any gear set up and frame rear end. Talking of the frame; Zwift supply axle spacers for different widths and axles and a quick-release, everything is covered. You use the cardboard measurers to set up the trainer. One cog, so how do you change gear? This is where the Hub One […]