CycleOps Mag+ Trainer

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MSRP : $209.99

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Product Description

Turn your den into a sweatshop with the CycleOps Mag+ Trainer w/Adjuster. The Mag+ sets your cycle up in seconds thanks to a quick release and easy-to-level adjustable legs. CycleOps gives you a range of five resistance levels, from boardwalk cruising to the pain-cave equivalent of cresting a mountain. Some trainers require you to stop and dismount to adjust the amount of resistance, but not the Mag+. A handlebar-mounted shifter lets you vary your workout?without missing a beat.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:3
Submitted by DudeNudem

Date Reviewed: June 11, 2012

Strengths:    Strong frame, handle mount adjustment.

Weaknesses:    A bit expensive, not great for mountain bikes unless you have a spare wheel with street tire to use with it.

Bottom Line:   
I bought this thing the first winter I had my mountain bike thinking I would spin the winter away while watching TV. That plan lasted about a week...

This is a solid machine and works great. The problem is that a mountain bike tire creates too much resistance on the roller making it hard to use and, worst of all, creates a deafining roar that will drive you crazy after about 20 minutes. If you are serious about using one of these, get a spare rear wheel with cassette and streat tire and knock yourself out.

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