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Qubo Power Mag Smart with Misuro Blu Trainer

Faced with an ice storm, frigid temperatures, or just a torrential downpour, it's sometimes a better option just to stay indoors and watch a good movie -- on your bike, of course. The Elite Qubo Power Mag Smart with Misuro Blu Trainer lets you make the best out of those dreary winter training days without having to brave the slush. The Qubo Power Mag's steel frame features a wide footprint to enhance stability, a Fast Fixing Clamping mechanism for getting bikes on and off the trainer easily, and quick folding for storage behind the couch or in the closet. Elite's Crono system relies on rider weight to push the wheel against the roller, which allows weight to factor into the speed/power equation for a more realistic road simulation than traditional static pressure trainers. This system also lets the Qubo Power Mag accommodate wheel sizes as small as 20 inches and as large as 29 inches. With eight magnetic resistance levels controlled with a handlebar mount shifter, this trainer offers a range of power options to accommodate almost any type of workout on almost any type of bike. Elite uses an Elastogel roller in the Qubo Power Mag to address the pesky problems of noise and tire wear that plague so many trainers. Made out of a special cast polyurethane elastomer, Elastogel has high resistance to wear and minimal permanent deformation under pressure. Compared to standard metal rollers, Elite claims that the Elastogel reduces noise by 50% and tire wear by 20% while increasing tire grip for a slip-free spin. This means that you won't get in as many fights with your neighbors over trainer noise and you'll save some money on tires along the way. The "Smart" designation in the title means the Qubo Power Mag comes packaged with a Misuro Blu speed and cadence sensor equipped with Bluetooth Smart protocol, eliminating the need for extra sensors on your bike. The Misuro Blu mounts directly to the trainer and is compatible with the My E-Training App to track workout data on...

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Qubo Power Mag Smart with Misuro Blu Trainer One Color, One Size

Faced with an ice storm, frigid temperatures, or just a torrential downpour, it's sometimes a better option just to stay indoors and watch a good movie -- on your bike, of course. The Elite Qubo Power Mag Smart with Misuro Blu Trainer lets you make the best out of those dreary winter training days without having to brave the slush. The Qubo Power Mag's steel frame features a wide footprint to enhance stability, a Fast Fixing Clamping mechanism for getting bikes on and off the trainer easily, and quick folding for storage behind the couch or in the closet. Elite's Crono system relies on rider weight to push the wheel against the roller, which allows weight to factor into the speed/power equation for a more realistic road simulation than traditional static pressure trainers. This system also lets the Qubo Power Mag accommodate wheel sizes as small as 20 inches and as large as 29 inches. With eight magnetic resistance levels controlled with a handlebar mount shifter, this trainer offers a range of power options to accommodate almost any type of workout on almost any type of bike. Elite uses an Elastogel roller in the Qubo Power Mag to address the pesky problems of noise and tire wear that plague so many trainers. Made out of a special cast polyurethane elastomer, Elastogel has high resistance to wear and minimal permanent deformation under pressure. Compared to standard metal rollers, Elite claims that the Elastogel reduces noise by 50% and tire wear by 20% while increasing tire grip for a slip-free spin. This means that you won't get in as many fights with your neighbors over trainer noise and you'll save some money on tires along the way. The "Smart" designation in the title means the Qubo Power Mag comes packaged with a Misuro Blu speed and cadence sensor equipped with Bluetooth Smart protocol, eliminating the need for extra sensors on your bike. The Misuro Blu mounts directly to the trainer and is compatible with the My E-Training App to track workout data on...

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Mag+ Indoor Bicycle Trainer With Adjuster

Turn your den into a sweatshop with the CycleOps Mag+ Trainer w/Adjuster. The Mag+ sets your cycle up in seconds thanks to a quick release and easy-to-level adjustable legs. CycleOps gives you a range of five resistance levels, from boardwalk cruising...

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The Silencer Direct Drive Mag Trainer

The odds are pretty good that if you were to ask some indoor-trainer-savvy cyclists what the negatives are to riding inside, the obnoxious sound their trainer makes would most likely make the list. Well, CyclOps' new Silencer Direct Drive Mag Trainer might just be the golden ticket for indoor training, as its design allows smooth indoor training, without the noises that drive you, and your neighbors, a little crazy. To begin with, the Silencer system eliminates the need for a rear wheel by attaching the bike's cassette directly to the large, weighted flywheel, effectively mimicking the inertia of a bicycle in motion and generating progressive resistance. Setup is simple: Throw on a cassette, remove your rear wheel, attach the rear drop outs to the spindle and away you go. This intuitve system accomplishes two things. First, you'll no longer feel those dead spots all too common when using a trainer tire that is not perfectly round. In fact, you won't need to buy trainer tires at all. Second, you'll find that the ride feels much more like you are on the road rather than on a trainer, and as the height of the cassette matches a 28in or 700c wheel, you won't need a block for the front wheel. If you wish to train on a 26in wheel, however, you'll need a riser block. The frame of the trainer is constructed with a wide stance and adjustable leveling knobs. To this end, you can stand and sprint without pulling your rear wheel, as is the danger with a traditional trainer. Please note, though, that the trainer is a hefty 39lbs and although it is portable, it is not easy to travel with. Now you're probably wondering how well the resistance works with the cassette. Well, because you won't have friction from the road, even your 11 won't feel that large on a trainer. For this reason, the Silencer features five magnetic resistance settings. These are adjusted through a handlebar mounted shifter. These five positions give you enough resistance for full-on sprints. The direct ...

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Tech Mag 1 Trainer Black, One Size

All cyclists, even the hardest of the hard, must eventually make concessions to circumstances beyond their control. Boonen had to abandon on the way to Roubaix in 2011, Cancellara had to climb off prematurely in Flanders in 2012, and many of us here at Competitive retire annually from the road for the northern Utah winter. We're sure that Boonen and Cancellara enjoyed the support of a network of friends, family, and professionals during their downtime, but many other cyclists of less mythical standing, when forced off the road by winter conditions, find solace in the Blackburn Tech Mag 1 Trainer. Blackburn understands that trainers serve a strictly utilitarian purpose, so the Tech Mag 1 was designed for simplicity and ease of use. It comes pre-assembled and has one, optimized setting of magnetic resistance. This final part is ultimately what defines the Tech Mag 1 as a utilitarian machine. It's designed to maintain your base through the winter, not to accommodate complicated training regimes and interval schedules. This means you don't have to constantly babysit resistance. Instead, you can zone out, re-watch for the millionth time that 1989 Tour footage on your garage TV, and dream of the coming spring classics. If you're riding indoors, the Tech Mag 1's rubber feet protect your floor surface and its folding, lightweight design allows for discreet storage in any closet or under the bed. A steel skewer is provided to protect your own quick release mechanism. Its tapered cones fit most dropouts.

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Tech Mag 1 Trainer

All cyclists, even the hardest of the hard, must eventually make concessions to circumstances beyond their control. Boonen had to abandon on the way to Roubaix in 2011, Cancellara had to climb off prematurely in Flanders in 2012, and many of us here at Competitive retire annually from the road for the northern Utah winter. We're sure that Boonen and Cancellara enjoyed the support of a network of friends, family, and professionals during their downtime, but many other cyclists of less mythical standing, when forced off the road by winter conditions, find solace in the Blackburn Tech Mag 1 Trainer. Blackburn understands that trainers serve a strictly utilitarian purpose, so the Tech Mag 1 was designed for simplicity and ease of use. It comes pre-assembled and has one, optimized setting of magnetic resistance. This final part is ultimately what defines the Tech Mag 1 as a utilitarian machine. It's designed to maintain your base through the winter, not to accommodate complicated training regimes and interval schedules. This means you don't have to constantly babysit resistance. Instead, you can zone out, re-watch for the millionth time that 1989 Tour footage on your garage TV, and dream of the coming spring classics. If you're riding indoors, the Tech Mag 1's rubber feet protect your floor surface and its folding, lightweight design allows for discreet storage in any closet or under the bed. A steel skewer is provided to protect your own quick release mechanism. Its tapered cones fit most dropouts.

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Mag Trainer w/o Adjuster One Color, One Size

Logging hours during the winter is key to starting your spring riding season off on the right foot, but we forgive you if you don't want to deal with slushy roads and less than favorable weather. If you'd prefer to log those base miles indoors, the CycleOps Mag Trainer lets you do just that. To tailor your training, you get five different resistance settings, which span the gap between an easy spin, and high-resistance hill climb simulator. When spring rolls around, your friends won't know what hit 'em. The classic series Mag frame supports the magnetic flywheel from which the Mag derives its name. It provides linear resistance, or in other words, unlike a fluid trainer, the resistance doesn't increase as your wheel travels faster. As you'd expect with a quality mag trainer, it gives you the option of five levels of resistance. That means that you can go between low-impact base miles and high intensity training without an issue. The CycleOps Mag Trainer is available in one size, and in one color.

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Mag+ Trainer w/Adjuster One Color, One Size

If you're like most of us, there are days when you need to ride, but the weather just isn't cooperating. So if you're in need of an effective way to train indoors, the CycleOps Mag+ Trainer with Adjuster gives you five different resistance settings, which you can adjust on the fly with a handlebar mounted remote. The smooth magnetic action offers linear resistance, so whether you're trying to replicate a mellow cruise, or a brutal mountain pass, you're set. It won't make spring come any sooner, but at least it'll make the wait a little bit less painful. The classic series Mag frame supports the magnetic flywheel from which the Mag+ derives its name. It provides linear resistance, or in other words, unlike a fluid trainer, the resistance doesn't increase as your wheel travels faster. The Mag+ gives you the option of five levels of resistance, which means that you can go between low-impact base miles and high intensity training without an issue. Best of all, since there's a handlebar mounted remote, you won't have to dismount your bike to make the switch, which is particularly important if you're doing interval training. The CycleOps Mag+ Trainer with Adjuster is available in one size, and in one color.

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Tech Mag 6 Trainer

The Race of the Falling Leaves traditionally signals the end of the season. And as we watch the leaves fall around us, we're reminded that it won't be long before we'll look to a stationary trainer to help us stay in shape for next season. The Blackburn Tech Mag 6 Trainer is a perfect tool for indoor training because of its six-position adjustable magnetic resistance. For this trainer, Blackburn uses magnets to provide you with the resistance. Easy days are no problem; simply ratchet the resistance down to level 1 and spin along in an easy gear. Looking for more workout than that? Click up to level 6 and torture yourself in a high gear. The included handlebar-mounted remote lever makes it convenient to switch from one resistance level to the next, even as you ride. The Tech Mag 6 Trainer has a few details that really stand out for us. The swing-out legs are truly adjustable, like overbuilt versions of the leg adjusters on your nice camera tripod. So even if you set it up on an uneven sidewalk at the local criterium, you can level the trainer and your bike in a matter of seconds. The interface with the rear skewer is also improved over other trainers. Blackburn machines a taper on their cones so they'll fit more easily into cavity-style dropouts, ensuring a solid purchase on the ends of the skewer assembly. The Blackburn Tech Mag 6 Trainer is made of tubular steel, and that's the key difference between it and the lighter Tech Mag Race Trainer. The steel frame here is plenty stiff, and it's super strong to last for season after season of abuse. Like their other models, it uses the FastCrank system for quick in and out with the bike. It works for road and mountain bikes.

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The Silencer Direct Drive Mag Trainer One Color, One Size

The odds are pretty good that if you were to ask some indoor-trainer-savvy cyclists what the negatives are to riding inside, the obnoxious sound their trainer makes would most likely make the list. Well, CyclOps' new Silencer Direct Drive Mag Trainer might just be the golden ticket for indoor training, as its design allows smooth indoor training, without the noises that drive you, and your neighbors, a little crazy. To begin with, the Silencer system eliminates the need for a rear wheel by attaching the bike's cassette directly to the large, weighted flywheel, effectively mimicking the inertia of a bicycle in motion and generating progressive resistance. Setup is simple: Throw on a cassette, remove your rear wheel, attach the rear drop outs to the spindle and away you go. This intuitve system accomplishes two things. First, you'll no longer feel those dead spots all too common when using a trainer tire that is not perfectly round. In fact, you won't need to buy trainer tires at all. Second, you'll find that the ride feels much more like you are on the road rather than on a trainer, and as the height of the cassette matches a 28in or 700c wheel, you won't need a block for the front wheel. If you wish to train on a 26in wheel, however, you'll need a riser block. The frame of the trainer is constructed with a wide stance and adjustable leveling knobs. To this end, you can stand and sprint without pulling your rear wheel, as is the danger with a traditional trainer. Please note, though, that the trainer is a hefty 39lbs and although it is portable, it is not easy to travel with. Now you're probably wondering how well the resistance works with the cassette. Well, because you won't have friction from the road, even your 11 won't feel that large on a trainer. For this reason, the Silencer features five magnetic resistance settings. These are adjusted through a handlebar mounted shifter. These five positions give you enough resistance for full-on sprints. The direct ...

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Tech Mag Race Trainer One Color, One Size

Warm up your pre-race morning legs on the Blackburn Tech Mag Race Trainer, and get the hole shot every time. The Mag Race's Fast Crank mounting system lets you quickly mate your dropouts to the stand, while the fully adjustable legs maximize stability on asphalt, grass, or any other surface. Lastly, attach the resistance remote to your handlebars and dial in the perfect level of resistance for your warm-up or training session, so you can take to that first corner like a bat outta hell.

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Tech Mag 6 Trainer One Color, One Size

The Race of the Falling Leaves traditionally signals the end of the season. And as we watch the leaves fall around us, we're reminded that it won't be long before we'll look to a stationary trainer to help us stay in shape for next season. The Blackburn Tech Mag 6 Trainer is a perfect tool for indoor training because of its six-position adjustable magnetic resistance. For this trainer, Blackburn uses magnets to provide you with the resistance. Easy days are no problem; simply ratchet the resistance down to level 1 and spin along in an easy gear. Looking for more workout than that? Click up to level 6 and torture yourself in a high gear. The included handlebar-mounted remote lever makes it convenient to switch from one resistance level to the next, even as you ride. The Tech Mag 6 Trainer has a few details that really stand out for us. The swing-out legs are truly adjustable, like overbuilt versions of the leg adjusters on your nice camera tripod. So even if you set it up on an uneven sidewalk at the local criterium, you can level the trainer and your bike in a matter of seconds. The interface with the rear skewer is also improved over other trainers. Blackburn machines a taper on their cones so they'll fit more easily into cavity-style dropouts, ensuring a solid purchase on the ends of the skewer assembly. The Blackburn Tech Mag 6 Trainer is made of tubular steel, and that's the key difference between it and the lighter Tech Mag Race Trainer. The steel frame here is plenty stiff, and it's super strong to last for season after season of abuse. Like their other models, it uses the FastCrank system for quick in and out with the bike. It works for road and mountain bikes.

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Mag Trainer w/o Adjuster

Logging hours during the winter is key to starting your spring riding season off on the right foot, but we forgive you if you don't want to deal with slushy roads and less than favorable weather. If you'd prefer to log those base miles indoors, the CycleOps Mag Trainer lets you do just that. To tailor your training, you get five different resistance settings, which span the gap between an easy spin, and high-resistance hill climb simulator. When spring rolls around, your friends won't know what hit 'em. The classic series Mag frame supports the magnetic flywheel from which the Mag derives its name. It provides linear resistance, or in other words, unlike a fluid trainer, the resistance doesn't increase as your wheel travels faster. As you'd expect with a quality mag trainer, it gives you the option of five levels of resistance. That means that you can go between low-impact base miles and high intensity training without an issue. The CycleOps Mag Trainer is available in one size, and in one color.

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Tech Mag Race Trainer

Warm up your pre-race morning legs on the Blackburn Tech Mag Race Trainer, and get the hole shot every time. The Mag Race's Fast Crank mounting system lets you quickly mate your dropouts to the stand, while the fully adjustable legs maximize stability on asphalt, grass, or any other surface. Lastly, attach the resistance remote to your handlebars and dial in the perfect level of resistance for your warm-up or training session, so you can take to that first corner like a bat outta hell.

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Mag+ Trainer w/Adjuster

If you're like most of us, there are days when you need to ride, but the weather just isn't cooperating. So if you're in need of an effective way to train indoors, the CycleOps Mag+ Trainer with Adjuster gives you five different resistance settings, which you can adjust on the fly with a handlebar mounted remote. The smooth magnetic action offers linear resistance, so whether you're trying to replicate a mellow cruise, or a brutal mountain pass, you're set. It won't make spring come any sooner, but at least it'll make the wait a little bit less painful. The classic series Mag frame supports the magnetic flywheel from which the Mag+ derives its name. It provides linear resistance, or in other words, unlike a fluid trainer, the resistance doesn't increase as your wheel travels faster. The Mag+ gives you the option of five levels of resistance, which means that you can go between low-impact base miles and high intensity training without an issue. Best of all, since there's a handlebar mounted remote, you won't have to dismount your bike to make the switch, which is particularly important if you're doing interval training. The CycleOps Mag+ Trainer with Adjuster is available in one size, and in one color.

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The Silencer Direct Drive Mag w/Cassette

You know all too well that the sounds that emanate from your trainer are loud, to say the least. If you live in an apartment or condo, how many times have you tried to get a late night session in and soft-pedaled most of the time to avoid the wind noise of a fast-spinning resistance unit? Have you been relegated to the patio or garage in the dead of winter? CycleOps has the solution to your cold weather woes -- the Silencer Direct Drive Mag Unit. To begin with, the Silencer system eliminates the need for a rear wheel by attaching the bike's cassette directly to the large, weighted flywheel, effectively mimicking the inertia of a bicycle in motion and generating progressive resistance. Set up is simple: remove your rear wheel, attach the rear drop outs to the spindle and away you go. This unique system accomplishes two things. First, you'll no longer feel those dead spots all too common when using a trainer tire that is not perfectly round. In fact, you won't need to buy trainer tires at all. Second, you'll find that the ride feels much more like you are on the road rather than on a trainer, and as the height of the cassette matches a 28in or 700c wheel, you won't need a block for the front wheel. If you wish to train on a 26in wheel, however, you'll need a riser block.The frame of the trainer is constructed with a wide stance and adjustable leveling knobs. To this end, you can stand and sprint without pulling your rear wheel, as is the danger with a traditional trainer. Please note, though, that the trainer is a hefty 39lbs and although it is portable, it is not easy to travel with.Now you're probably wondering how well the resistance works with the cassette. Well, because you won't have friction from the road, even your 11 won't feel that large on a trainer. For this reason, the Silencer features five magnetic resistance settings. These are adjusted through a handlebar mounted shifter. These 5 positions give you enough resistance for full-on sprints. Th...

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The Silencer Direct Drive Mag w/Cassette One Color, One Size

You know all too well that the sounds that emanate from your trainer are loud, to say the least. If you live in an apartment or condo, how many times have you tried to get a late night session in and soft-pedaled most of the time to avoid the wind noise of a fast-spinning resistance unit? Have you been relegated to the patio or garage in the dead of winter? CycleOps has the solution to your cold weather woes -- the Silencer Direct Drive Mag Unit. To begin with, the Silencer system eliminates the need for a rear wheel by attaching the bike's cassette directly to the large, weighted flywheel, effectively mimicking the inertia of a bicycle in motion and generating progressive resistance. Set up is simple: remove your rear wheel, attach the rear drop outs to the spindle and away you go. This unique system accomplishes two things. First, you'll no longer feel those dead spots all too common when using a trainer tire that is not perfectly round. In fact, you won't need to buy trainer tires at all. Second, you'll find that the ride feels much more like you are on the road rather than on a trainer, and as the height of the cassette matches a 28in or 700c wheel, you won't need a block for the front wheel. If you wish to train on a 26in wheel, however, you'll need a riser block.The frame of the trainer is constructed with a wide stance and adjustable leveling knobs. To this end, you can stand and sprint without pulling your rear wheel, as is the danger with a traditional trainer. Please note, though, that the trainer is a hefty 39lbs and although it is portable, it is not easy to travel with.Now you're probably wondering how well the resistance works with the cassette. Well, because you won't have friction from the road, even your 11 won't feel that large on a trainer. For this reason, the Silencer features five magnetic resistance settings. These are adjusted through a handlebar mounted shifter. These 5 positions give you enough resistance for full-on sprints. Th...

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Magnetic 3.0 Trainer

The Kinetic Magnetic series of trainers is one of the most popular out there, and for a few simple reasons: it's durable, it's simple to use, and it's very fairly priced. The latest generation, the Kinetic Magnetic 3. 0 Trainer, makes a few incremental improvements to continue its reign. Many things are still the same, though, and we think that's just fine. The stable aluminum chassis still feels like you could throw it off a building -- although this may or may not fall within Kinetic's unconditional lifetime warranty. As always, the trainer comes out of the box fully assembled, and it folds flat for easy storage. New this year, however, is the trainer's nine-position thumb lever which allows you to adjust the trainer's resistance. The Mag trainer's progressive resistance is linear, up to 850 watts at 40 mph. Overall, the resistant increments are calibrated to offer greater resistance in the middle of the range (from 1-32mph), compared to most fluid trainers, making the Mag 3. 0 great for lower-geared machines like mountain bikes or cyclocross rigs. The resistance mechanism is also highly efficient at dissipating heat, making it more consistent than many competitors, and it's also extremely quiet, so it's easy for you (or your spouse) to live with. The Kinetic Magnetic 3. 0 Trainer comes in the color Green only, and with a handlebar-mounted, cable-actuating remote for the resistance mechanism. The trainer can accommodate 22- to 29-inch (700c) wheels, and the box includes the necessary cone cups and Kinetic skewer for mounting your bike in the chassis.

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Tech Fluid Trainer One Color, One Size

Blackburn's Tech Fluid Trainer uses fluid to sculpt a resistance curve that ramps up as your rear wheel speed increases. And just as you'd shift into a higher gear out on the road to get a greater workout, you'll do the same here. The beauty of the Tech Fluid Trainer is its simplicity. Unlike the Tech Mag Trainer, this one is free from remote cables that can complicate easy-in-or-out trunk storage when you pack it up to take it to the races for your warm-ups. One thing we like about Blackburn Trainers is that they place the bike a bit lower to the ground than some other trainers we've used. Think about it like this--the lower your bike, the easier it is to get on and off. Plus, stability is improved with the lower center of gravity. Blackburn combines this with a wide footprint to make them stable enough to withstand all-out sprint workouts without fear of rocking the trainer off kilter. The Tech Fluid Trainer has swing-out legs that are truly adjustable, like overbuilt versions of the leg adjusters on your nice camera tripod. So even if you set it up on an uneven sidewalk at the local criterium, you can level the trainer and your bike in a matter of seconds. The interface with the rear skewer is also improved over other trainers. Blackburn machines a taper on their cones so they'll fit more easily into cavity-style dropouts, ensuring a solid purchase on the ends of the skewer assembly. Rather than a lever throw to tighten the trainer against the rear skewer, Blackburn uses their FastCrank system. Both sides use threaded rods that run through the trainer frame, allowing you to center the rear wheel easily. However, the right side uses a short crankarm to facilitate a quick setup when you place the bike on the trainer. Once your left side is set, the bike can be held in place and the FastCrank snugs the skewer in place. Its advantage is that it lets you tighten the rear wheel into the trainer with a better feel for the compression against the hub, without overtight..

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Magnetic 3.0 Trainer Green, One Size

The Kinetic Magnetic series of trainers is one of the most popular out there, and for a few simple reasons: it's durable, it's simple to use, and it's very fairly priced. The latest generation, the Kinetic Magnetic 3. 0 Trainer, makes a few incremental improvements to continue its reign. Many things are still the same, though, and we think that's just fine. The stable aluminum chassis still feels like you could throw it off a building -- although this may or may not fall within Kinetic's unconditional lifetime warranty. As always, the trainer comes out of the box fully assembled, and it folds flat for easy storage. New this year, however, is the trainer's nine-position thumb lever which allows you to adjust the trainer's resistance. The Mag trainer's progressive resistance is linear, up to 850 watts at 40 mph. Overall, the resistant increments are calibrated to offer greater resistance in the middle of the range (from 1-32mph), compared to most fluid trainers, making the Mag 3. 0 great for lower-geared machines like mountain bikes or cyclocross rigs. The resistance mechanism is also highly efficient at dissipating heat, making it more consistent than many competitors, and it's also extremely quiet, so it's easy for you (or your spouse) to live with. The Kinetic Magnetic 3. 0 Trainer comes in the color Green only, and with a handlebar-mounted, cable-actuating remote for the resistance mechanism. The trainer can accommodate 22- to 29-inch (700c) wheels, and the box includes the necessary cone cups and Kinetic skewer for mounting your bike in the chassis.

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