Active turbo trainers are becoming more widespread; trainers which provide data feedback to the user. Minoura have approached things slightly differently, with their Live Training System that integrates via iPhone with their existing trainers to provide power readings.
These are the prices are the various elements:
Live Ride 760 trainer £299.99
Wahoo key £67
Speed/cadence sensor £49.99
HR strap £49.99
Wondering if anyone has had any experience of the CycleOps indoor training bikes--specifically the Pro 300 or 400. NOT turbo trainers. Thanks
Just wondered if anyone tried the 3lc climbing trainer vid?
Though I might give it a shot and try to build my slender body to at least become better prepared to climb over the winter, but don't know if its better (more effective, motivating) than just doing 'normal' intervals?
Never used one of those vids, but it could be interesting having it on my ipod when I sit in the gym (?)
Hi folks - I've just set up my indoor torture facility in the garage, and after the first ride I've already noticed a change in my rear tire. I know that wear is accelerated on a trainer, and plan to get a trainer tire this week. However - I need a spare wheel to put it on. It clearly doesn't need to be an amazing one, and I'd like to keep the cost of it down as much as possible. It'll need an Ultegra standard 10 speed cassette on it.
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!
Hello all - I'm in the market for an indoor trainer and having initially very much fancied the Revolution, the jet like howl it produces plus the fairly stone age computer are putting me off. I'm also looking at the CycleOps range, but it's irritating that I'll require a spare back wheel with a trainer tyre (although this'll still be cheaper than the Revolution).