CycleOps Mag Bike Trainer with Shifter

Priced: $198.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
CycleOps Mag Bike Trainer with Shifter
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Take your riding routine indoors during bad weather with the CycleOps Mag bike trainer. It uses a remote shifter so you can adjust resistance as you ride, letting you tailor your training on the fly.

Imported.

Fit:

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

Fabric:

  • With a smooth, quiet ride, locking bolt ring and heavy-duty steel construction, you're ready train

Padding:

  • The Cyclops Mag bike trainer with shifter features adjustable foot pads, a quick release handle and folding legs for storage

Features:

  • 5 position, handlebar-mounted shifter makes it easy to adjust resistance to vary the intensity of training
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Activity:Cycling
Dimensions:28 x 21.5 x 15.7
Foldable:Yes
Remote shifter:Yes
Resistance type:Magnet
Weight:17 lbs. 8 oz.

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CycleOps Mag Bike Trainer with Shifter Review:

Reviews:

Good Indoor Ride

I usually rely on my husband to assemble things and was able to figure this out on my own, so it must have been easy! It is very sturdy. I am using a front wheel block with it. I think the shifting is somewhat odd. It doesn't have clear "gears" and seems hard for me to know where to set it. It is noisy enough that I have to use earphones in order to hear a video or TV show which I find essential to offset the boredom. If you are new to using a trainer, as I am, you need to know that they will destroy your rear tire, so it is best to purchase a different tire if you don't want to wreck the one on your bike.
snowcycle at REI on 11/11/2013