A few times, just to mess around. It works well for gradients up to 15%, after 15% it is out of the kickr sim range. The only thing that it kinda stinks is downhill. Downhill there is no resistance which is to be expected but when your going downhill you get gravity assist.Thanks for the replies everyone. Pitt have you tried it with your kickr?
Exactly tacx neo simulated up to 5% descent, meaning you have to work harder to generate wattage down hill.If I understood correctly this means that with the kickr/cvt combo on downhill - you are pedalling with resistance and with he neo there would be an assist simulating like it is when actually riding outdoors down a hill?
Golden cheetah works to a degree. I have used it with my kickr and it works, just that the gui it uses can be glitchy and buggy.What about using Golden Cheetah? I was able to get that connected to my Tacx smart trainer and then pedal around and have it move the marker on the map and the Google Streetview, but I couldn't get it to adjust difficulty based on slope. I imported a course I created as a .fit file. I haven't tried it again with a different file format, but their website implies that it has the ANT+ FE-C capability, plus it's free.