CycleOps Mag Bike Trainer

Priced: $180.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
CycleOps Mag Bike Trainer
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Take your training routine indoors during bad weather with the CycleOps Mag Trainer. Five levels of adjustable resistance allow you to vary your workout.



  • Updated frame works with all standard wheels and now works with 29er mountain bike wheels (fits treads to 2.25 in.)


  • The Cyclops Mag bike trainer features adjustable foot pads, a quick release handle and folding legs for storage
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Dimensions:28 x 21.5 x 15.7
Remote shifter:No
Resistance type:Magnet
Weight:17 lbs. 8 oz.

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CycleOps Mag Bike Trainer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Bike trainers in wintertime

Purchased this for the missus, who is currently home with a newborn and can't get out to ride as much as she would like. As far as I know, she likes the trainer. I personally would probably need a more sophisticated trainer, but this trainer was inexpensive and works well.
Jprus at REI on 01/01/2014

CycleOps trainer

The trainer works well. It is very stable and is easy to set up and use. It isn't as loud as the sales person indicated it might be which is always a good thing.
curt71 at REI on 01/01/2014

works just fine

It's the basic model; it was recommended by the sales associate.

A little loud, but not enough that it's a huge deal
Oeolycus at REI on 01/01/2014

Negative Reviews:

Bicycle accessory

The assembly instructions are not very good. Will probably have to take to REI and probably have to pay them to assembly the device correctly.
edf1 at REI on 11/11/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Good, but some issues

First trainer. I bought a magnetic trainer because I read that they were quiet, but this unit has a constant and distracting whine. A very basic unit that is well built and stable. Easy to assemble with only one confusing step, installing the tension knob. Uncomfortable ride until I raised the front tire the same height as the rear. My main complaint is that this trainer is designed to only work with bikes with quick release rear wheels. This eliminates most cruisers including mine. I was able to make it work by replacing the axle nuts on my bike, but it was a hassle, and others might not be as lucky.
lowside at REI on 12/12/2013