Category: Turbo Trainer Reviews

CycleOps Magneto Trainer Review

CycleOps Magneto Trainer Review The CycleOps Magneto Trainer is a progressive resistance turbo trainer that increases its resistance the faster and harder you go. Literally, that means the faster your ride, the more resistance you will experience from the unit. It’s just like shifting up through the gears when you are riding around outside. This gives the CycleOps Magneto Trainer a very realistic riding experience that you will not find in any many other magnetic turbo trainers on the market. However, the Mag trainer does struggle a little when you accelerate quickly or put in a hard sprint. The...

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Jet Black Z1 Fluid Pro Trainer Review

On a budget? We bring you something that will help spur you on as you strive to keep fit. Surprise!!, it’s the Jet Black Z1 Fluid Pro trainer, a great choice for your indoor training, it gives you that true feeling of riding without making sounds that could attract the attention of your neighbours. For many, turbo training may not be the most appealing suggestion even at the best of times, throw in the unbearable noise and a total lack of real life road feel and it really is the last thing a lot of riders would wish to...

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Tacx Neo Smart Trainer Review

Tacx Neo Smart Trainer Review Read our long-term updated review of the Tacx Neo T2800 If like me, you’re a big fan of turbo training, it’s likely you receive complaints from others nearby regarding the noise produced by your trainer. If so, and your bank accounts healthy, then purchasing Tacx’s latest offering to the smart trainer market, the Neo, could well be a viable solution. Not only will the Tacx Neo Smart Trainer eradicate your noise issue it’ll totally transform your whole indoor riding experience. The Tacx NEO Smart trainer is a large, solid unit, weighing in at a...

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Kurt Kinetic Rock and Roll Trainer Review

Kurt Kinetic Rock and Roll Trainer Review In a market where the ‘unique’ tag is regularly tossed around to explain anything possibly even slightly different from the standard, the Kurt Kinetic Rock and Roll trainer is undoubtedly, out there on its own. That’s because it mounts Kinetic’s standard Roadtrainer fluid turbo trainer onto an ultra wide, bolted U-frame that sits square to the ground. At first glance this may not appear a big deal, however, this allows the bike, and rider to rock side to side for a truly unique real life riding action. When combined with a Kinetic...

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Wahoo Kickr Snap Smart Trainer Review

Wahoo Kickr Snap Smart Trainer Review Thе Wahoo Kickr Snap smart trainer varies frоm thе оrіgіnаl Wаhоо Kісkr, which rеquіrеѕ uѕеrѕ tо rеmоvе their rear wheel. Wіth thе Kickr Snар smart trainer you саn kеер your rear whееl fixed in place, аnd after аdjuѕtіng thе mесhаnісаl wіdth, thе lаrgе bluе lеvеr еngаgеѕ and secures thе bike іn place оn thе trаіnеr. Hоwеvеr, bесаuѕе thе wheel, tire аnd tire рrеѕѕurе create potential vаrіаblеѕ in power mеаѕurеmеnt, уоu ѕhоuld perform a ѕріndоwn calibration each time уоu set thе bike оn thе Kickr Snар smart trainer. The original Wahoo Kісkr dоеѕ nоt...

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