There is a molded plastic with no slip feet. KILLER COMBO: A bike trainer and a speed sensor that is ready for any training ride are included. Quiet. Quiet and consistant ride are provided by fluid resistance. The noise level is 69 decibels. The widest resistance range and road-like feel are offered by proactive resistance. You can connect with indoor cycling apps with the included speed sensor. Rouvy virtual training app is included. COMPATIBILITY: If a bike has a thru axle you will need an additional accessory to make it fit, the trainer comes with a quick release skewer that will work on most bikes. There is a Thru Axle accessory for 142x12mm and 148x12mm bikes. The features include wheel on, foldable frame, leveling block, and cooling system that moves air through trainer to keep it cool.
👤I bought the fluid2 trainer after doing some research. I saw some reviews about the trainer and thought it was bad luck that they didn't deliver a new product. After opening the box, I have also received a used trainer. The trainer has a lot of wear and tear on it. There was a film on the trainer.
👤The cycleOps fluid2 was written by Saris. The new bike trainer is indoors. It is easy to assemble. Assembly instructions are better than average. Sturdy. It is easy to mount a bicycle on a trainer. While in use, it is very stable. I recommend the front wheel leveling block and a bike trainer pad, even though the trainer and the leveling block do raise the bicycle enough that mounting the bike is slightly more difficult than normal riding. It does make a noticeable noise. I haven't ridden in a while, but I will ride 3 miles this morning and push it on up to five miles tomorrow, on the way to my normal routine. To get mileage and speed from a Cateye computer, the sensor has to be on the rear wheel when mounted on a trainer. Wireless devices will often not transmit far enough for the sensor to be on the rear wheel and on the handlebars. I moved the wheel sensor to get my Cateye to work. I am very happy with my purchase so far. My son-in-law is a track and field coach at a college level and he uses this trainer as part of his training routine for marathons and ironman events. It seems to have been a good recommendation.
👤The item couldn't be put together. 1) The trainer did not fit the bolt action tube. It was stuck in the housing. The feet on the trainer were not level. There were scratches on the unit. There is an update. The CycleOps Fluid 2 is more expensive than the Wahoo KICKR smart bike trainer, but it is worth the investment if you want a quality on wheel bike trainer that works with several fitness apps.
👤It is difficult to find trainers. I was going to get a smart trainer, but they were all sold out. I was surprised to find this Cycleops available, but I suppose the trend is to smart machines. It's important. This is similar to training apps. The speed device is sold separately. There is a The Pros are: sturdy, quiet, smooth, even resistance, easy storage, and no extra connection/gearing needed. There is a Set up. It is not difficult, but Saris makes a booklet that is unclear at times. The BEVELED end of the tube must be slid first when sliding the pin into the bolt-action side. It's not clear in the directions, but it's important to connect to the bike and tighten things down. Make sure the fan and main power unit are connected to the same piece of metal, and that the fan blade unit is on the right. The rear dial adjustment will be affected if you reverse these during attachment. The manual doesn't show a fluid 2 trainer, which has these two pieces, so it could be easily mixed up during install. There is a The trainer worked like a dream after I got passed a few frustrating moments. My old trainer, a Giant that is 12 years old, is nowhere near as smooth or quiet as this one. I like it. I use a yoga block to elevate the front, but you can use other things. You will need an accessory if you want to use smart train. I believe this is the best non-smart trainer for the money.
It can be used with any rear wheel-mounted trainer. No need to disassemble or remove the wheel from the bike. The noise level is 69 decibels. PreCISE training has a 5% accuracy. Controllable and contiguity are two of the things that Electromagnetic resistance provides. It is possible to connect to indoor cycling apps with dual ANT+ FE-C andBluetooth standards. It is certified. Rouvy virtual training app is included. COMPATIBILITY: Steel quick release skewer is included for common road and mountain bike frames. A cooling system moves air through a trainer to keep it cool.
👤Has worked well with the program. I had no problem with my computer or phone. I bought this model because of its resistance and ability to model 15% grade, which is not uncommon in the Northeast US. It was made in the USA.
👤After moving away from Colorado, my road bike was neglected. I had seen trainers before, but decided to buy one of my own. It's been worth it for me to try out the idea of using virtual reality apps to ride indoors. This thing can mimic both gentle rolling hills and incredibly tough climbs without breaking a sweat. There is a The trainer is very sturdy and easy to assemble. I've put 1000 miles on it and I never felt unsafe or unstable. The process of calibrating is easy and seamless. There is a The experience is awesome, but both Rouvy and Zwift feel a bit out of place. I don't fault Saris/CycleOps for this, but it does impact the user experience. Rouvy's native app for MacOS is better now that I have it, but I still have some annoying bugs and the English language leaves a bit to be desired. There is a I'm very happy with my purchase, and highly recommend this to anyone who is looking to get into shape or stay in shape!
👤I did not get to use the unit. The frame was bent while I tightened the resistance wheel. The yellow knob should be turned until it clicks, as per the directions. It never clicked. I suspected something was wrong when I was turning the knob. The frame and rod that secures the unit to the tire were bent when I removed the knob and resistance assembly. Since it was easy to turn with one hand, I didn't feel like I was over-tightening the assembly. The frame of the bike was bent out of shape because it didn't click and it was supposed to keep it secure. This seems dangerous to me.
👤March 23 has been updated. Within 3 days, a new frame was sent, no questions were asked. The issue should not exist in the first place. I am worried that the new frame will be the same as before. The customer service is easy to use. Email and relevant pictures seem to help, but pictures of a noise or calibration issue are hard to get... There is a March 7 2021. I have been riding with a Tacx or Decathlon tire for months and have been getting flats with it. He told me that I was the only one who kept getting these flats and that there must be something wrong with the setup. I remember people posting on the forum about their frames bending because of the know not functioning and of realizing after helping a friend setup his new M2 unit that his rolldown time was 0.4s longer than mine, so a solid 40%! The frame and L shape screw were bent when I dismantled my unit. While the click system always worked on my unit, it just seems like the metal that the frame and the bold are made of is too soft. I know I have a bent frame and a system that I won't use the click for anymore, and just will do what people do on trainers, 2 full turns after the tire is in contact. I have been told that I have to calibrate before each ride and always inflate at the correct rate. The app and the calibration tool have gotten better recently, making it much easier to calibrate for most average users. The unit is 15 months old and the pics will give you a sense of how bad it is. Overall, made in Wisconsin, but poorly made. My power number makes sense now that it works better. I wish I had not lost a week with the back and forth. Customer support in denial has been updated. The trainer power measurement is messed up. 10 seconds at full power. I get an amazing 250W. The firm should send me a new product. Disappointed by their approach to trouble shooting. The user manual for a specific indoor trainer tire is not the same as the one for a Wahoo, so make sure you purchase a specific tire. I can't ride between 32 and 40 km/h for a calibration test on Rouvy because the phone support prompt doesn't work and I still haven't received a reply. I will request a new unit.
The portable bike exercise stand is portable. They designed the bicycle training rack to be a folding style in order to make it easier to carry. It only takes a minute to set it up and adjust the contact between the wheel and roller. You can put up or unfold the stand to complete the installation and disassemble it. A quick release. The stationary bike trainer's handle can release the bike off the trainer quickly by lifting up, and also can lock the bike to the trainer quickly by pressing down. The indoor bike trainer is very easy to use. 6 speed restriction You can change resistance to comply with the cycling conditions you want with a remote controller. You can ride after quick installation. The 1-2 speed offer less resistance than the 5 or 6 speed. STEADY, STABLE, ANDFIRM: The dual-support structure of the indoor exercise bike trainer is designed. The package includes a wide frame and front wheel riser block to keep it stable. The anti-slip rubber feet fit for the floor in different conditions, preventing movement for stability on any surface. A smooth bike exercise trainer is definitely needed when riding a bike at home. The bike trainer makes your cycling very quiet. If noise is loud, they suggest you use a slick tire because of the materials and tread on the bike tires. The Unisky indoor riding bicycle training stand can fit most road or mountain bikes. If you have a road or mountain bike of normal size, you don't need to buy a new one. Bring your bike to the gym. Take the bike off the trainer and put it at any corner.
👤I decided to try out a trainer since I am not comfortable with road riding and there is no nearby trails. This thing is strong. I was worried it would be wobbly but not at all, and setup was easy. It is a little loud, but I think it is the fault of my bike tire, and I usually wear earbuds on it. Even though this is the first trainer I have ever used, I have nothing to compare it to, and even though I am out of shape, I can still ride just fine. I will be able to take it for a spin outside by next spring.
👤I didn't read the directions and I wasn't paid. It took five minutes. If you need help putting this together, you should wear a helmet.
👤I would buy this again. The reviews were showing that this was great. But then it was! I am very happy with this purchase. I bought this for my road bike, the noise is very minimal and not at all what I was expecting from the other reviews, but again it could be because I have a road bike and not a mountain bike. I took the bike out of the box and locked it in place, there was not much to the setup. The quick release handle is very good. Great product! Highly recommended!
👤This was very stable to use and easy to set. It is loud like a chainsaw but higher pitched.
👤It took 20 minutes to put it together. You could guess what was needed by looking at the pictures. The reviews said this was a noisy machine. It is not that bad compared to a stationary bike. No one complains about the noise. It feels sturdy and fun to use. It works great with a mountain bike. I wish I had bought it earlier.
👤I bought this back at the end of the year. I believe it was delivered quickly and packaged well. There is a The set up was difficult for some people that don't care much for detail. I could not get the back tire of my bike to be centered on the roller of the trainer. Customer service returned my call within a few hours. They thought it was because of my tire width. I have a standard road bike from the early 1990s that has a quick release skewer. The issue is that the red handle on the trainer should come out further into the center when pushed down. I replaced my skewer with the one they supplied, that helped a small amount, the end caps on that skewer come out a bit more than my skewer. There is a The trainer works well. It is not loud. It makes some noise depending on what gear I have my bike in, what resistance I have on the dial, and how far the knob is on the trainer roller. The tires on my bike are very thin. I wear earbuds and it's basically quiet to me. There was a learning curve to using the resistance dial, but once you figured it out, you can find the resistance you want. To get this all to work, you have to tighten the resistance knob on the trainer. The bike on the trainer is stable. The combo works well with the trainer block I bought. I can pedal from time to time, which I do carefully. I have been using this trainer for about an hour a week since January and I am very pleased with it. Customer service gave me a percentage of the price back because of my troubles. Good product, good company for me.
The features include wheel on, foldable frame, leveling block, and cooling system that moves air through trainer to keep it cool. State of the art technology: As soon as you begin to pedal, the ultra quiet internal magnet creates resistance. Shifting the gears on your bike can increase resistance. The MAG Trainer is very light and can be folded down to make it more portable. Take it anywhere and train indoors. There is maximal susceptibility. The trainer is one of the strongest on the market. The trainer has extra wide legs and a sturdy frame. This trainer has the finest materials and is reliable. These are perfect for the beginner or professional who wants to stay in shape all year long. It is possible to turn your bike into an indoor exercise bike. Accommodates 700cc and 26-28" tires. It is designed for bikes with quick release rearaxle. Mountain bike type. Hand wash.
👤I tried a brand bike stand that required assembling the wheel, but it was impossible to put together. This one is almost complete. If you have a plastic back wheel, you need to replace the choke for it. It works well. It is stable enough for hands free riding. It's a bit noisy but it's due to the rear wheel rubbing against the friction wheel and any stand will do this. I converted an old racing bike into an indoor exercise spin bike and it's working out well, instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a new bike.
👤I spent a lot of time trying to remove the tire part. The bike trainer's axle is recommended but not required. Someone finally told me that the trainer wouldn't work with my tires. I found this out before I ripped it apart. If you're having trouble getting your bike apart, use the axle on your bike. I love this thing. I don't have to worry about bugs, car exhaust, dogs, cars, rain, or anything else when I'm indoors. I bought this because I wanted to ride my bike and watch a movie, but I can't. The thing is loud. I can listen to podcasts through my headphones, which I can't do when riding on the road because it isn't safe, so that turned out okay. I live in a large house. It's not a problem. If you live in an apartment or a small house, this thing would be very annoying to the people who live next to you.
👤I bought it for my son. I am very glad I chose this one after reviewing all the similar products. In every respect, he does it perfectly. I was concerned about the ease of assembly, the noise, and the lack of resistance from the reviews. He called me up and suggested I review this product as it fulfilled his needs and was excellent. There is a He advised that he assembled the bike without using a single tool. The only adjustment needed was the tension knob. He was able to back off on the tension because he found the correct tension that would allow shifting of gears to provide the complete range of tension desired. There is a The noise issue is insignificant. He said it is the same as riding the bike down the street. One factor that may have aided in this regard is that in some reviews it was reported that knobby tires made more noise than smooth tires. He has special tires that are smooth on the middle of the tread but have a knobby pattern around the edges. The purpose is to get a smooth road ride but when you turn or sink into soft earth the knobs dig in and it is the best of both worlds. Once the tension is set on the device, you can easily go from free wheeling to hard resistance pedaling. The bike gears give the same tension as on the street. He can't recommend this product more highly. He can't care less if I make a favorable review because it speaks volumes.
The front-wheel stand pad and rubber padded feet help reduce the noise of the stand and prevent it from scratching or damaging your flooring. The stand and bike can be stable for safe exercise, sprint, climb, or cruise with confidence if they have a better grip. The heavy-duty aluminum alloy construct is portable. COMPATIBILITY: It is compatible with any frame size bike. Not compatible with 29" bikes. It's great for rear wheel bikes. Wind resistance is a topic. The wind resistance is reliable. It is noisier than a magnet trainer. STABLE & FOLDABLE. The trainer's legs are wide. You can fold it to make it easier to store. The package has trainer, front riser and trainer skewer. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 5-year warranty on their product. It was made in Taiwan.
👤The product is sturdy and easy to use, will recommend it to friends.
👤This was a good purchase. We have moved to a part of the United States that is cold and rainy in the winter and this is enough to not be able to go out on a bike path.
👤I love it! I can ride my bike in the winter, no matter what the weather is like. Assembly is easy in 10 minutes.
👤It was quick and what I needed.
👤It was fun while it was going on, but then it started making noises and seized up in the middle of a workout. Returned to Amazon.
👤It works as expected. Inexpensive. You can ignore the noise by listening to music. I had an issue with the device because it would slide and open too wide, which made it rub against the floor, and because there were rubber stops which would work better on a hard surface, which lowered the tire to a point where it wouldn't rub against the floor. I used zip ties to hold the two rods together so the tire wouldn't fall off the bike.
👤It was loud and wouldn't stop.
👤If you have carpet, beware of traction burns. It works as expected.
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The Unisky indoor riding bicycle training stand can fit most road or mountain bikes. If you have a road or mountain bike of normal size, you don't need to buy a new one. Bring your bike to the gym. Take the bike off the trainer and put it at any corner. As soon as you start pedaling, the internal magnet creates resistance. Shifting the gears on your bike can increase resistance. The PRO Trainer can be folded down like an ironing board for travel and storage. One of the most sturdy stands on the market. The trainer has extra wide legs and a sturdy frame.
👤I read reviews before buying. I wanted to give my two cents in because of the mixed reviews. The setup on this device was very easy. The tools were provided. If the tire is pinched too much or if it is too loose, it will slip. It works great once you find the balance. There is a The magnetic device has a nice range of resistance. I can use the bicycles own gears to widen it. I have read that these systems are very noisy. This one doesn't make a lot of noise. The sound is not objectionable. I can watch tv while riding. I can't speak to longevity because I don't have it long, but it is sturdy and well built. I am very pleased with the purchase and recommend it.
👤The trainer can't give the necessary resistance because of a design flaw. The principle behind this device is the magnetic field. The magnets are shown in the two images. The rotating cylindrical metal is not strong enough to generate eddy currents. The opposing magnetic fields hold back the rotation. The first image shows a 1/2 inch copper strip in the inside, which was my solution. The eddy currents are stronger because copper conducts.
👤With Chicago winters limiting how much outdoor riding I can get in any given year, I constantly look for ways to increase my biking time. Adding in a stationary bike on top of my normal bike is not an option because I live in a condo and space is always at a premium. The trainer was the perfect solution to maximize my ride time without eating up too much real estate in my place. There is a The trainer is sturdy and easy to dock your bike in and out of, it presents well in my place and is well built. The noise output from the various levels of magnetic resistance is very low. If you only have basic needs, the value on this is nearly impossible to beat, even if you have more expensive trainers. It does not extend beyond the length of your bike. It folds up when not being used. I like to prop it up in my living room and ride away while I watch TV. To protect my normal riding tires, I invested in a separate wheel and trainer-specific tire to avoid wearing down my more expensive outdoor tires as well as reduce the noise output from the whole setup. Highly recommended!
The train has realistic inclines up to a 7% gradient. For a realistic ride, fluid resistance is important. It's compatible with both ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart phones and computers. The 25 pound flywheel has a superior ride feel. A one-month subscription to the Kinetic Fit power-training app is included.
👤I'm very pleased with how well this trainer works. I added a training tire and a new thru-axle to my road bike. I've been getting a good workout because this unit does everything I need it to do. I use a bike that has sensors on it for speed and cadence, so don't require those from the trainer. The ANT+ signal is useful for stationary training. I bought this for general aerobic and cycling fitness over the winter, and so far it is perfect.
👤The trainer has been mixed about it. It is easy to set up. I already have a Felt AR-5 and did not need a thru-axle. There is a The installation of the InRide Sensor 3 has been problematic. When connected to the mobile app, it will read and calibrate, but my rider was way off the pace. If you try to pair the InRide sensor with your laptop for Zwift, the trainer will go offline while you are pedaling. I've been unable to reset the InRide because I've only been able to remove the battery. If need be, I can use it again. There is a Don't use all the apps that you currently use. My watch won't send my heart rate to apps. Same for watt data, distance, speed data. The only way I've found to do that is by manually uploading the data from rides into the respective apps. It takes a lot of time to track your performances. Unless someone can say otherwise, it looks like I'll be spending more time and money. This unit is robust and works well. The phone app can be difficult to use. If your sensor is not used with anything else, you will be able to calibrate, unpair, and pair with whatever you use. My watch pairs with the heart rate monitor. It's activity setting needs to be in. Buy a couple batteries for the InRide Sensor because the one that was installed will die out soon after use. Purchase a ANT+ cable. It will make it easier to pair up.
👤If their customer service is good, but out of the box, it won't pair with any devices. I followed the instructions on their website. I tried to pair with 2 different batteries and 3 different devices. There are three devices: the iPad, the iPhone and the GALAXY tab. I sent an email to their support and am waiting to hear what their solution is. The InRide 3 was bad, but the manufacturer shipped me another one and it works as intended. Quality control was not good, but they made it right. The frame is solid and the noise level is not bad. The sensor gave me all the data I was looking for.
The color is black, the materials are steel, iron, PE plastic, and a magnet. It is suitable for 26'' to 28'' and 700C wheel. StandardQR, 15_100, and 15_110 are accepted. There is a fork-mount height for various bicycles. The bearings are sealed and have no need for maintenance. The tote bag is heavy-duty.
👤Remember the good old days of ROLLERS if you're an avid cyclist. I thought rollers were a great workout but as I've aged, stability and the fear of falling has come into play. There are still some grass roots options for those that don't want to spend a lot of money on trainers. This trainer is amazing. It takes a minute to setup and folds into it's own carrying case. It is very light and quiet compared to the other trainers out there. Aaaah! The harder you push, the more you will burn calories. It looks cool.
👤I needed a trainer. I don't like taking off my rear wheel and using a cassette ran trainer, I don't like magnetic trainers wearing my rear tire down, and I don't like falling off of rollers. So... I bought this. One word: amazing. It feels like a resistant roller, secure up front with no chance of falling off. You can pack it and take it with you. It was worth the money.
👤I bought this trainer for use when travelling. I have been staying in a hotel for the last three weeks and have been training on the Omnium. The trainer takes a few minutes to assemble and is well packed in my luggage. The noise level is very low and it develops good progressive resistance. I use it with a power meter or speed sensor. I sprinted at 600w at times and did extended sessions at 250-300w.
👤The bike trainer has saved lives during the Quarantine and the smoky summer we are having here in Northern California. We decided to buy a trainer and use it until my husband could get back on the bike after he had surgery. We didn't know how useful this device would be. It's easy to use and it's pricey, but it's sturdy. Each of us use our bikes almost every day so it's not a problem to switch. The real bike has a down hill to rest and the wind doesn't blow the sweat off of you. I highly recommend this trainer. It keeps us in shape when we can't ride. No excuses!
👤The trainer exceeded my expectations. I use it on alternate days when I can't ride outside because of the weather. It was easy to set up. The front stand can be adjusted using the screw bolts. The resistance levels will make you sweat and burn calories. I use a small step stool to get on and off the bike. Extra rubber matting was added to my apartment to absorb any noise that might disturb my downstairs neighbor.
You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 5-year warranty on their product. It was made in Taiwan. Fix the bicycle front fork easily. Most bikes can be adapted with the fully adjusted fork-mount and flexible sled. 9mm quick-release and 12x 100mm, 15x 100mm, and 15x-110mm thru-axles are included. Please be patient when installing the thru-axle, please install the adapter smoothly and accurately. 5 level resistance can be adjusted. You can choose between 5 levels of resistance with the 4pcs of magnets. It's perfect for indoor training or warming up at a race, it provides a realistic resistance and quiet operation, and is close to the natural road cycling experience. Sturdy and safe. DEUTER bike trainers are made of high strength aluminum. Product loading capacity and safety were increased with the solid triangular design. Portable Trainers for Travel The portable bike trainer is easy to install. It can be folded, stored, and carried with the included heavy-duty tote bag, which is easy for transportation and storage. 100% money back guarantee. They know a lot about cycling products. They want you to be happy with your indoor bike trainer. Also, note: If you care about stability, please purchase carefully, there will be a little sway in front during the ride on the trainer.
👤This will help keep me in shape. It works great for the price, but there are some things you should know about it: - Once you get past the magnetic resistance, it's actually pretty smooth sailing, and gives a darn good.
👤I have used this item a number of times, and here is my pro/cons for it. There is a It's easy to set up and put away in a good case. The product feels like quality tools are included. It's hard to pedal on the rollers because it doesn't feel like a trainer. It's a constant uphill ride with a pedal glitch. It's difficult to use the pace/speed adjustments. The pedaling on the rollers is loud.
👤It's portable and will give you a workout. It doesn't feel like a true roller nor does it inspire confidence for harder efforts. I was very excited to receive the rollers. I've had them in my cart for a while. I picked this up for an upcoming trip that's going to require a 2 week quarantine and wanted to still be able to train, ride, and Zwift while I'm out of town. There is a The only thing needed was a 5mm key to attach the legs. Attach your bike, loosen the axle, loosen the nut on the sled, and adjust the sled and lock the nut by unfolding, popping in the front legs. It took me about 5 minutes to setup, with one of the legs being difficult to fit into the opening even with the adjustment screw loosened all the way. There is a Once it's attached, you can start pedaling for the first time. The rollers don't spin freely like on true rollers, and they feel much more like on-wheel magnetic resistance trainers. It's not an issue if you've had experience with magnetic on-wheel trainers, but for someone who's never been on one it can be a challenge. This is due to the fact that on this Deuter, as well as on-wheel magnetic trainers, and even regular rollers there is virtually no build up of angular momentum as you would experience with a direct-drive trainer or riding on the road. I took out all the magnets to see if the roller fluidity would improve. I ran through a quick workout after jumping back on and firing up Zwift to see if I could find any weakness in these rollers. At 50-16 on my road bike in a sprint section, I was able to muster up an average of 416w for 1 min, with a peak of 622w, which was the same as my last test. This. Something. Sways. Too much for me. The center fork support pole still has some play, even though the bike is firmly attached and all the adjustment screws are tightened down. It looked like it was a less easy to use version of the Feedback Sports Omnium trainer. The zero resistance version of the Omnium starts at $380, whereas this was $205 at the time of purchase. I haven't been to the Omnium before but the reviews seem to suggest it is a solid product. There is a The case was larger than expected due to the generous foam padding inside. I don't know if I would trust handing it over as checked luggage without a few additional straps. There is a I would rate this product 3 stars for the design and function, but 1 extra star for its portability factor. I will update this review after I get a few hundred miles on it and see what the long termDurability of it will look like.
The Alpcour Bike Training Fitness Desk was built to serve several functions. It can be used as a desk and carry all your essentials. It can be used as a standing desk for work. It can be used as a high table for drinks and cocktails. Control trainers come with a free 6-month subscription to the power-training app. Virtually all bikes are compatible. Any trainer will need a Triaxle thru-axle adapter for bikes with a rear thru-axle. The slope is 10% and the resistance is 1800 Watts at 30 mph. Both the ants and the wireless devices are compatible.
👤I have about 10 hours on this thing. There is a I use the turntable in front of my setup, which is a HT29'r running a 700x32 training tire. There is a A lot of people complain about this. I didn't have much trouble. After plugging in the control unit, I had to reset my phone's bluetooth. That solved the problem. I updated the firmware after that and it works perfectly. I have not had any dropped connections. The trainer is connected when I plug in the trainer and open the app. There is a The Rock & Roll aspect of this thing is not easy to understand. It's probably great out of the gate if you weigh 150. It has rubber in two stacks that allow it to move. There was so much movement on my first ride that I could not ride it. My front wheel had to be turned 45 degrees right and my butt had to shift a little to keep me from swaying left. I threw my foot down to avoid crashing. I thought this would be a return. I'd read that another big guy tried a trick. I replaced the front upper rubber bushing with a stack of steel washers that were exactly the same size. Voila! The movement was very realistic and rideable. The bike seemed to be leaning to the left as I looked at the right side of my rim. I'm talking about an extreme lean, but a little bit is normal. So out came the level... The only place I could get a good measure was my seat. It was off. I felt like I was leaning. I compared it to the floor. The floor was not perfect but it was within the bubble. The trainer has an issue with the level on the bike seat because it was 50% outside the lines. I'm a handy guy. The left side of the trainer was lifted with leftover shims from installing new doors. The level bubble is not perfect but it is close enough. I took a test and it was as close to riding outdoors as possible. I was able to ride with a realistic amount of movement with my handlebars straight and my rear end in the correct position on the saddle because the bike was as level as any street or trail would allow. There is a If you're willing to work at it, you can modify it to your weight, and work out any level issues. There is a The control unit's resistance aspects are not something I can talk about. I probably bought more trainers than I needed. I haven't tried any resistance programs yet because I'm just trying to beat the desert heat this summer. The power readings are all over the place. They seem consistent during each ride, but not between them. I'll have one ride that averages 39w. 60 some watt is the next effort. I think my bike says I was riding about 120w. I don't care about the numbers on this trainer. I think the trainer hits a weird place. You need a better trainer if you're concerned about numbers. If you're like me and want to escape the heat or cold while getting in some hours, it's probably more trainer than we need. I thought it would be cool to go with this one. It's not. I ride with both of those. I'm on a fence. I can't recommend this trainer, but I can say it's good. It takes some work. The ride feel is awesome now that it's set up. It is realistic to ride outdoors.
It is easy to install and widely compatible. The bicycle exercise stand is easy to assemble. Most road and mountain bikes with a tire width below 2.75 are compatible with a quick release skewer. Max. The bearing capacity is 300 lbs. SARIS NFINITY TECHNOLOGY recreates motion experienced outdoors. It's compatible with a variety of training configurations, and nearly every trainer is available. TRAILBLAZING: The MP1 Nfinity is a type of riding that has never been experienced indoors. Get adequate. You can put in miles by reducing the pressure on touch points. It's pure fun. A training experience that is responsive, immersive and authentic.
👤Even if it is overpriced, the platform is really nice. The trainer sessions are more comfortable in the saddle than without it. I have a big concern about the platform. The straps holding the trainer down are not industrial-grade. It feels weak and can easily be pulled apart. After receiving the platform asking if I could purchase additional straps to tie down my trainer, I opened a support ticket with Saris. We've been going on for 3 weeks now, and I haven't received a single acknowledgement of my request. I don't believe in Saris and if given the chance to start over, I would hold off on buying anything.
👤Details matter. The design was very good, but the thumb screws amd bolts weren't compatible. I would have expected something so sime to be right for 1200 bucks.
👤A must have for training indoors. It comes assembled. It is well made and can be delivered in 48 hours. I loved riding it today. It is very similar to e-rollers if you are familiar with them. I had no sore knees or feet after my ride. Don't think about it and buy it.
👤DCRainmaker and prior reviewers Negatives - price, some quality, really? 4 were loose and 2 were stripped. There were no T bolts for front rails and no coating on the bottom side of the rails. Is it $89 for assembly? There is no assembly. There is a Positives work well with the Kickr bike. The ride and axis work well. It was easy to setup. It reduces stress on the body. There is a The product was great. Improvements and a reduction in price are needed.
👤I called them for supper and they told me it wouldn't supper my bike. I removed the straps from the front wheel holder and it supports my bike.
👤The thing was very cheap, the straps barely hold down anything, and the motion isn't as fluid as it could be, which makes it hard to get out of your bike.
👤Adding the next level of motion to cycling is a must.
👤The company has been making products for many years. The fastening rails on the platform were not anodized. They have been used for six months and they are all very old. They didn't do anything after they submitted a ticket to Saris. The parts should have been made of aluminum. After only six months of use, no amount of sweat would have caused this oxidation. I don't recommend this product and would advise anyone interested in one of these to buy something else.
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