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Cascade Health & Fitness Fluidpro Power Bike Trainer, Dark Blue/Silver


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  • It's compact and light weight design offer incredible stability and reliability
  • Wireless Power Meter Display
  • Speed/Power Sensor Factory Calibrated And Preinstalled
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Product Description

Product Description

37320 Features: -FluidPro collection. -Industrial powder coated frame prevents corrosion. -Double seals prevent leakage. -Includes front tire riser block. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -17 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -23 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -24 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -40 Pounds.

From the Manufacturer

The combination of the Fluid Pro and our wireless Power Meter offer a great training tool. The feel is excellent, the quick connect allows for simple yet secure set up and the foldable frame is fantastic for race day transport or storage. This trainer is extremely quiet and thermally sealed to be leak-proof.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 22 x 15 inches ; 34 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 39.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Taiwan
  • ASIN: B00BH8ACZW
  • Item model number: 37320
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #249,619 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Slepdoc on January 2, 2013
I purchased the Cascade Fluid Pro as an alternative to outdoor riding in the winter's cold. It Is a well made unit that recreates the effort of outdoors riding in the comforts of home. The power meter works flawlessly and shows I am generating about 300 watts at 20 mph. This is comparable to other commercial trainers at my gym. The unit is very quiet and you can easily watch training videos or movies as you ride. The only thing I can't comment on is longevity. The great warrantee suggests a long life. I recommend this unit highly!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jordan W Whiley on March 1, 2013
We have four of the pro power units for use by our high school mountain bike team. The students are quite rough on their gear and equipment, but they had no trouble assembling the units and so far they have stood up just fine to the use and abuse the team has thrown at them. The cam-lock mounting system is a particularly convenient feature and, once adjusted to the specific bike, makes mounting and dismounting the bicycle pretty easy. I also like how the front legs swing loose, it makes putting them and taking them out much easier.

The flywheel is good and heavy, and on a test run with my road bike I was impressed with the coast-down, which allowed me to stop pedaling briefly without losing all my momentum - much more road-like than trainers with lighter flywheels. Of course, the down side to a good, solid flywheel is trainer weight. These babies are not light, but there not any less portable than any other fluid trainer with a good flywheel (Kinetic, etc.)

The power display is nice and large, which is much easier to read than squinting down at a cyclocomputer. The foam pads that come with the clamp are a bit problematic, they don't stick very well to the plastic because they are flat and the clamp is curved. Other than that, though, pairing the unit with the trainer was pretty simple (one of the kids put the batteries in wrong, so after I figured that out, it went just fine!). You will definitely want to pair it before mounting a bicycle, because it is very hard to reach the button on the trainer base once a bike is on the trainer. Much easier to flip the resistance unit over and pair it beforehand.
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I got the Cascade Fluidpro Power bike trainer because I wanted to train with power. Before this, I was training with a magnetic trainer from another company. The other companies I looked at that made trainers that measured power, were too expensive, so I got this.

The bike trainer itself is fantastic. The trainer is silent. My roommate doesn't notice me using it, even though my bike trainer is in a room right above his bedroom. Also, and more importantly, the resistance on this trainer is very high. I could sit on my highest gear, on the highest setting of my old bike trainer for several minutes at my normal cadence, so I couldn't do hill repeats. With this trainer I can do long hill repeats, that I would not be able to do even outside! Next, the ride to this trainer is incredibly smooth. I live in a colder area, so I have to do a lot of my long rides indoors. My old trainer had some vibration to it and I would spend a decent chunk of time out of the saddle, spiking my heart rate on steady state rides. This trainer has absolutely no vibrations to it, I still occasionally get out of the saddle to break things up a bit, but I can easily sit in my aerobars for a long period of time. Finally, this trainer is sturdy. I train with training partners in different places on a regular places and I lug this trainer around. I has taken a little bit of a beating and there has been no damage at all. I also ride on it a lot...... The ride is the exact same as when I bought it, silent and powerful.

The computer gets the job done. While the computer isn't ANT+, it still gives me an accurate power reading. The only downside is that you cannot upload workouts to a database like training peaks.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SweetTriks on August 12, 2013
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I previously owned the CycleOps Fluid 2 for years and had no issues with it other than the quick release knob requiring replacement a few times, other than that it worked great and was not too loud. I recently upgraded to the Cascade Fluid Pro because of the power meter addition at a reasonable price.

It arrived in perfect condition in 2 days thanks to Amazon Prime. I immediately took it out of the box and began to fit it to my road bike.

Bike Fit:
The first issue I had surprisingly enough was keeping the front legs forward. Anytime I went to sit my bike on the roller and into the wheel clamps, the unit would tip over backwards on the flywheel side. It would help the issue if the front legs locked into place. Currently they do not lock into place.

Installation of Electronic Devices:
Once I got the bike fit properly, I started on setting up the Power Meter and Cadence and Speed sensor. The instructions could be better on the set up. The pictures of the installation are very dark and make it difficult to see, and there are few descriptive instructions. In addition, the cadence sensor is huge compared to my Cateye sensor already installed. So keep in mind if you already have a bike computer installed, installing this unit in the same area may require some maneuvering. For starters, when you install the cadence sensor, the design of it is prohibitive to achieve that 1-2 mm distance from the magnet installed on the crank. So you need to secure it to the frame and then tilt it forward to achieve the distance since it is meant to be installed on top of the frame tube, not on the side (like the Cateye sensor)reducing the distance.

Pairing the Speed/Cadence Sensor and the Power Meter...
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