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Cycle Ops Climbing Block
$27.99
For a stable, worry-free ride in any rear-mounted trainer. This unique 3-level design lets you select the level of difficulty. You can even stack two blocks to simulate climbing workouts. Injection-molded construction is virtually indestructible. Use 2 blocks for 12 different adjustment levels.
Cycle Ops 20
$49.99
Now you can hook your recumbent bike to your Cycle Ops trainer even if you are running a 20" or 24" rear wheel. Raises the resistance unit up to wheel height. No more excuses
SportCrafters Handcycle Trainer Rhythm Section
$99.00
For use with any SportCrafters Handcycle Trainer. Allows the trainer to move fore and aft slightly to offset any “rocking” motion caused by pedal stroke. Not an essential accessory for all trainer users, but has been found especially helpful for handcyclists.
SportCrafters Trike Trainer, Over Drive
$199.00
JUST SIT YOUR TRIKE'S REAR WHEEL ON IT AND GO! SportCrafters trike trainers are the only trainers in the world specifically designed for recumbent trikes. Easy to use, lightweight and portable, our trike trainers do not require any assembly or maintenance. The OverDrive Trike Trainer, powered by ARC Technology, automatically adjusts in resistance as the rider changes speed – no manual adjustment necessary. In higher speeds, the OverDrive Trike Trainer will ramp up the resistance (more than the Mag version) to realistically mimic road riding conditions. This trainer is perfect for the active trike customer who wants to maintain fitness while riding indoors. The OverDrive Trike Trainer is also perfect for families with varying skill levels. Just turn the trainer around and it automatically functions like the Mag Trike Trainer with low to moderate resistance. We also recommend if you don't have good parking brakes, to chock the wheels. Unless your pedal stroke is perfect, you will feel a slight rocking sensation. Chocking the front wheels helps alleviate this.
SportCrafters Handcycle Trainer with Overdrive
$325.00
The OverDrive Handcycle Trainer, powered by ARC Technology, automatically adjusts in resistance as the rider changes speed – no manual adjustment necessary. In higher speeds, the OverDrive Handcycle Trainer will ramp up the resistance (more than the Mag version) to realistically mimic road riding conditions. This trainer is perfect for the active handcycle customer who wants to maintain fitness while riding indoors. Easily adjusts to various footrest widths, and optional Rhythm accessory helps to offset any fore-aft motion. Those having Carbon Bikes with the carbon fork may have to secure their footrests to the trainer Patented ARC Technology provides real-road resistance Requires no installation – simply roll on and off the trainer to use Rhythm accessory allows trainer to move with fore-aft motion, thus eliminating the “rocking” effect Does not wear tires like stationary trainers, so can be used with high quality tires during race warm-up 100% designed and manufactured in Granger, Indiana, USA Lifetime warranty Drums are lathed on the axle for precision runout and balance All drums are dynamically spin balanced, and will not distort in heat or sunlight Bearings are greased and sealed, and do not require maintenance Steel framework is zinc-plated and powder coated for ultimate durability Rider weight limit: None
Cycle Ops Fluid 2
$340.00
If it's important to you to make every workout count, the Fluid2 trainer is the most valuable weapon you can add to your indoor training arsenal. Saris engineers designed the Fluid 2 to capture real road feel through the use of a 2.75 lb individually precision–balanced flywheel for more momentum and stability of your rear wheel. They've also adjusted silicone fluid levels for better resistance and improved the position of sealed–cartridge bearings for better inertia and an ultra quiet ride that ensures increased wattage as you increase your speed. And just like riding outside, simply shift gears to increase or decrease resistance. When you spin your wheels on the Fluid2 it feels like you're actually getting somewhere.
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