Picked a Bkool Smart Pro trainer and so far I'm happy with it, and the wife is loving it.
Only issue I have is it's a pain to keep swapping the QR between the two bikes.
Is the QR axle that come with a trainer strong enough to stay on a bike permanently? If it is I can pick up a spare and just replace the factory installed ones. I have a sneaking suspicion this would be what is known as a "bad idea" though....
My other option is grab a cheap rear wheel and stick the QR on that and just keep swapping the rear wheel over. I can get a much cheaper rear wheel if I ignore the disc brake specific ones (both bike are disc equipped) and it's not like I actually need the brakes. Would this work or do I need a disc specific one (and an explanation as to why would be handy:) )