CycleOps' Fluid2 Trainer utilizes Power Band technology to allow for distinct resistance changes without reaching to a lever on the unit. The large flywheel with fluid resistance delivers a smooth, realistic road feel while sturdy legs provide a stable platform for pumping out hard, 600-watt efforts and out-of-the-saddle climbs. A favorite among serious racers, the Fluid2 is easily transportable and stands up to repeated punishment by the burliest of legs for years of impressive performance.
Kurt Kinetic's Floor Mat goes beneath your trainer and bicycle to keep your floors sweat-free, absorb vibrations and reduce noise. It's made of durable closed-cell PVC so it will stand up to years of intense training sessions. It rolls up for easy storage and portability and is easy to clean too.
Kurt Kinetic's Road Machine Trainer features an automatic resistance unit that adjusts as you change speeds so you get a true outdoor simulation. With a 6.25 lb. flywheel and a sealed fluid chamber pushing back, you get a natural resistance feel and a lower operating temperature for consistency. When it's time to store or transport the unit, simply fold up the legs and tuck it away. And, thanks to the 2 1/8-inch roller, tire wear is reduced significantly.
A Killer Training Combo What happens when you pair a speed sensor with the #1 selling bike trainer in the USA? You get a combo that’s ready for any virtual—or non-virtual—training ride. It’s the ideal setup for budget-conscious athletes looking to join fun, virtual communities, like Rouvy and Zwift, without a traditional smart trainer. Simply install the magnetless speed sensor on the rear wheel of your bike, mount your bike to the solid Fluid2 trainer with our innovative club knob, connect to your virtual training app of choice via Bluetooth or ANT+, and voilà! - you’re ready to sweat. Product Features - Fluid resistance unit provides a quiet and consistent ride. - Progressive resistance offers the widest resistance range and road-like feel. - Included speed sensor connects you with Rouvy, Zwift and other indoor cycling apps. - ANT+ USB and BlueGiga USB sold separately. - Includes one month subscription to Rouvy virtual training app In the box: - Fluid² Smart Equipped Bike Trainer - Dual-band magnetless speed sensor - Fluid² is the best-selling trainer in the USA. - Fluid resistance unit creates optimal road-like feel. - Fluid resistance unit provides a quiet and consistent ride. - Noise level at 20 mph is super quiet 64-68 decibels. - Large, individually precision-balanced flywheel allows for improved road-like feel. - Self-cooling mechanisms including a patented fan design keeps the unit performing better, longer. - Eccentric leveling feet allow for easy adjustment on uneven surfaces. - Comes on the foldable Classic frame with spring loaded, bolt-action lever. - Precision-machined alloy roller reduces tire wear and slippage. - Features clutch knob for perfect roller-to-tire tension each ride. - 2" resistance unit roller allows for 650b, 700c, 26", 27" and 29" wheel sizes – up to a 2.0 tire. - This trainer is designed to fit common road and mountain bike frames with included steel quick release skewer and has three settings for rear dropout spacing: 120mm, 130mm and 135mm. - Trainer tire recommended. - Compatible with indoor cycling apps. - Trainer is tested to the combined weight (rider and bike) of 300 lbs. - Optional thru-axle adapter available for 142x12mm and 148x12mm bikes. - ANT+ USB and BlueGiga USB sold separately. - Formerly branded as CycleOps Fluid² Smart Equipped
Kurt Kinetic's Skewer is an affordable, steel quick-release that perfectly fits into all Kurt Kinetic trainers. Use it instead of your nice aluminum quick release so it stays in pristine condition. • 130mm width
Kinetic's Riser Ring lets you level your bike when you're riding on your trainer. Plus, there are 3 other steps that let you simulate climbing by elevating the front wheel. The Riser Ring is simple to use and stable for excellent support. • Designed for the following Kinetic trainers: the Road Machine, Magnetic, and Cyclone
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