Devices like smartwatches, headsets and bike computers are able to receive training data from your trainer and your other sensors, but most don't run smart training apps or send smart trainer commands.
In order to control Fliiiight, a bike computer must be capable of sending smart trainer commands using one of two standard smart trainer protocols:
- ANT+ FE-C
- Bluetooth (BLE) FTMS protocol.
In order to record your ride, watches, headsets and bike computers must receive data from FE-C or FTMS, or using one of two standard power protocols:
- ANT+ PWR
- Bluetooth Smart (BLE) Cycling Power
Note: A spoke magnet for a bike computer can interfere with your trainer's wheel model.
- What do readings such as speed, power and cadence mean in the context of indoor training? See A Beginner's Guide to Smart Trainers
- How do I control my smart trainer? See What do I need to get connected?