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
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.
Stick to your fitness plan year round with the help of the Saris Mag+ trainer. It is the perfect way to keep your legs warm when it's cold, dry when it's wet, and safe when it's too dark to ride outside. With this turbo trainer, it's easy to turn your bike into your go-to calorie burner — no matter the season. Simply attach the handlebar-mounted shifter to change resistance during your workout without having to leave your bike. Want to train with Zwift or Rouvy? All you need is a speed sensor. Visit our setup guide to learn how to get started. - Magnetic resistance unit provides a quiet and frictionless ride. - Linear resistance boosts workout intensity to match each pedal stroke and gear click. - Mag+ comes with convenient, adjustable handlebar-mounted shifter. - Compatible with Zwift and other indoor cycling apps
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