Velodyne Sports Classic Trainer

  • large, black and white graphic LCD display
  • same mechanics as Elite model
  • new plastic top covers
  • larger axle supports
  • isolated fork mount
  • power range 40-1200 watts
  • includes wind load, grade, constant power, heartrate target zone training, intervals, and racing
  • fitness test chip optional

  • User Reviews (1)

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    lazurm2   Weekend Warrior [Aug 29, 2009]
    Strength:

    Durable. Stable like a boulder. Heavy flywheel allowing for better road simulation. Can be connected to computerized simulator programs like Netathlon. Onboard program allows for many types of road simulations including some customized.

    Weakness:

    Big, heavy and bulky. LCD screen hard to see. Heart monitor differs from both my POLARs. Cadence doesn't display though I've connected it as per instructions and sent it out for repair.

    I connect it to Netathlon. It's a great unit though I depend on my POLAR HR monitor for the data. It's VERY consistant and accurate regarding wattage output. Very stable no matter how hard and fast I go.
    To prevent rust, cover the metal base.

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
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