The easiest, most affordable way to access to virtual training communities such as Rouvy and Zwift is with a basic bike trainer and a speed sensor. Enter: the Fluid Smart Equipped. Our sturdy trainer frame features a reliable and quiet fluid resistance unit and comes with a speed sensor that can be used for any virtual – or non-virtual – training ride. Simply install the magnetless speed sensor on the rear wheel of your bike, mount your bike to the Fluid bike trainer, connect to your virtual training application of choice via Bluetooth or ANT+, and ta da! – you’re ready to ride. In the box: - Fluid Smart Equipped Bike Trainer - Dual-band magnetless speed sensor Details: - Fluid resistance unit provides a quiet and consistent ride. - Progressive resistance offers the widest resistance range and road-like feel. - Foldable bike trainer frame - Included speed sensor connects you with Rouvy, Zwift, and other virtual training apps. - ANT+ USB and BlueGiga USB sold separately. - Eccentric leveling feet allow for easy adjustment on uneven surfaces. - Adjust tire fit to resistance unit with a convenient turn knob. - Resistance unit roller allows for 700c, 26", 27", and 29" wheel sizes – up to a 2.0-inch tire. - This trainer is designed to fit common road and mountain bike frames with included steel quick release skewer and is compatible with rear dropout spacing: 120mm, 130mm, and 135mm - Trainer tire recommended - Compatible with virtual training apps - All of our trainers are tested to the combined weight (rider and bike) of 300 lbs. - Optional thru-axle adapter available for 142x12mm and 148x12mm bikes (sold separately) - Trainer skewer included - Noise level at 20 mph is 68-72 decibels.
No fancy gizmos. No wires. No fuss. If you’re looking for an easy way to ride your bicycle indoors, call off the search – you’ve found it. Whether your training for a local charity ride or working to beat your friend’s FitBit score, the Mag indoor bike trainer can help you make it happen. Simply connect the trainer to the rear wheel of your bike, hop on, and pedal away. Plus, the Mag comes with five adjustable levels of resistance so you can adapt every ride to your liking. - Magnetic resistance unit provides a quiet and frictionless ride. - Linear resistance boosts workout intensity to match each pedal stroke and gear click. - Features five adjustable levels of resistance - Compatible with Zwift and other indoor training apps
Designed to get you “out” for a ride for those times you simply can’t get out. Whether you’re craving a technology-free trainer session or a ride with your virtual crew, the Mag Smart Equipped can help you tally the miles. Our easy-to-store, foldable trainer frame features an adjustable linear resistance unit with five levels and comes with a speed sensor that can be used for any virtual – or non-virtual – training ride. For use with your favorite indoor cycling app, install the speed sensor on the rear wheel of your bike, mount your bike to the Mag bike trainer, connect via Bluetooth or ANT+, and prepare to sweat. - Magnetic resistance unit provides a quiet and frictionless ride. - Linear resistance boosts workout intensity to match each pedal stroke and gear click. - Included speed sensor connects you with indoor cycling apps
CycleOps' Climbing Riser Block offers 3 levels of elevation to lift your front wheel and provide a workout simulating climbing hills. For steeper climbing workouts, 2 climbing blocks (sold separately) may be placed on top of each other for many different adjustment levels.
Use CycleOps' Training Mat to protect your floors and carpets from bike grime, sweat, and trainer wear. Durable and water proof, the Training Mat helps keep your trainer from moving across the floor and it absorbs vibration and noise.
The Wahoo RPM cadence sensor is your sleek little solution for measuring cycling cadence data. It's wireless, magnet-less, lightweight, and easily mounts to your bike's crank arm or to your shoe. Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ dual band technology allows you to connect to and display data on both smartphones and GPS bike computers. Collecting cadence data has never been this easy.
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