|05-10-2010, 11:21 PM||#1|
Joined: Aug 2001
Location: Salem NH
Need advice from bike people, which trainer?
Dear Mr. or Mrs. Bike Person,
I'm looking for a trainer upon which to mount my mtn bike, and wanted to know what works; should I be looking for wind, magnetic or fluid resistance? Does anybody have one that interfaces with a computer to vary the resistance? Is a set of rollers worth the extra cash?
|05-10-2010, 11:30 PM||#2|
That's MR. Toothless
Joined: May 2004
Location: NoVA for now...
How much reading do you REALLY wanna do?
Them's loaded questions.
PM me and I'll tell ya about it
I'm a cyclist that rides motos, not a moto rider that rides bicycles.
|05-11-2010, 04:28 AM||#4|
Joined: Jul 2008
Location: Not from round these parts.
I used this one and was very happy with the results.
The rollers have a learning curve. If you really want one.. try before you buy.
Also dont forget to
1) Use a smooth back tire or you will hate life (front & back if you go with rollers)
2) Get a riser for the front wheel
3) Use Chris Carmichael's videos to help. (It was a HUGE help to me).
Hope this helps.
|05-11-2010, 05:23 AM||#6|
Joined: Aug 2001
there is ABSOLUTELY no substitute. This is THE closest thing besides a giant treadmill (they make one of those too - for like 20k) to riding on the road.
Great company, real easy and fast to deal with, and the product is top notch, worth every cent.
Signed, former Kreitler, and former CycleOps dummy.
ps - You know the learning curve someone spoke about on rollers..... well cut that by 75% when you use the E-motions. Idiot proof, ride no hands and pump out of the saddle. Bike ain't going anywhere unless you bunny hop it.
Black shadow of the Vincent
Falls on a Triumph line
I got my motorcycle jacket
But I'm walking all the time
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