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Sunlite F-2 Trainer

by Forza
136 customer reviews
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About the Product

  • Smooth and powerful resistance unit
  • Heavy duty frame construction
  • Colors may vary
  • Axle adapter available (sold separately) if you have bolt on axles instead of quick release
  • Fits most road 700C and 26" bikes with quick release. Does not fit 29er wheels.


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Sunlite F-2 Trainer + Sunlite Forza Riser Block Gray + Bell DASHBOARD 100 12 Function Cyclocomputer
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Product Description

TRAINER SUNLT F2 MAG


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 6.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000QRMUHI
  • Item model number: pdh70022
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,145 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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140 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Aj on December 27, 2010
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I'm writing this review after 2 weeks of using this bike trainer. I purchased it along with the 8 dollar Sunlite Forza bike riser to keep the front tires straight and level with the raised rear, it's just a piece of plastic but it serves its purpose.

Color received was exactly as pictured, the cheerful white and yellow-orange color with SUNLITE lettering on the trainer frame. The bike trainer was easy to setup even with the generic manual. No tools needed. You basically unfold the frame (folds flat for storage), grab your bike and swap out the rear tire quick-release lever/rod with the silver one that is provided with the trainer (it fit over my bikes regular quick-release knobs, but I swapped it out anyways to test with the same result). If your rear tire doesn't have a quick-release lever there's a converter you can purchase separately. You then line up both sides of the bikes quick-release knobs with the trainers axle knobs and hand twist-tighten until secure. You do the same with a rear knob on the resistance roller, tightening it until it's snug against your tire. It took about 15 minutes to setup, and the bike felt very secure and was ready to ride.

IMPORTANT: Knobby tires causes additional noise and vibration on all bike trainers. If you have a nice slick road tire this unit will be quiet. I have a mountain bike with knobby tires, so it is currently not quiet. It makes a constant whirrr whirrrr whirrrrr noise against the roller, you learn to tune out the noise after a while but it's enough to wake somebody up if they are within 50 feet. If you use a headset or watch t.v. while riding you'll block out the noise, if I had to compare the noise level to something I'd say a hand mixer on a low setting.
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110 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Christina Vanryn on May 18, 2010
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I ordered the Forza bike trainer, with great trepidation. I had heard bike trainers were noisy, problems to put together, etc. This Forza trainer was and is fantastic. Resistance is excellent with changing gears. It was simple to put together and makes NO NOISE. All the other trainers I had reviewed complained about the noise level. There just isn't one on this trainer. It is not expensive, I received in 5 days and am totally impressed. Thank you!
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92 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Rocky Martinez on October 11, 2010
The F2 MAG Trainer was simple to set up and works perfectly. I also purchased the small plastic piece that holds the front tire in place and raises the front to level with the back. Also works exactly as adverstised. Very happy with these two items that shipped together. Why oh why, though, was the Schwinn bike computer suggested in the three piece package? This computer is designed for the front wheel in actual riding and is pretty useless considering the front wheel never spins in this bike trainer application. The wiring is much too short to allow for a back wheel application and was never intended to be used this way. In fact, it is recommended that the sensor be no more than 1mm from the magnet that attaches to the spoke...probably easy enough accomplish on the front fork, but definately not on the frame that surrounds the back wheel of most bikes. Not only is this computer not appropriate, it ships separately...not a problem in and of itself, but Amazon offered priority shipping for "my order" for only about $9 more. I thought this was a pretty good deal until I came to realize that what I paid extra shipping for was this one useless bike computer. Buy the MAG Trainer...Buy the front wheel holder...Don't buy the Schwinn computer.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Nona Nonsense on January 16, 2012
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I bike, run, etc. and was looking for a trainer just to keep up my cycling fitness in the winter. This is a really basic trainer that is fairly quiet and works well. It is NOT a good trainer if you want lots of tension to do hill training because the tension does not get that high. I work up a good sweat if I ride high rpm's for 30-45 minutes, but the tension never gets high enough to simulate hills. Still, for the money, it is a good maintenance fitness trainer. I would buy this again.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J on October 3, 2009
Excellent bike trainer! Very quiet. Easy to mount your bike. No issues at all. Would recommend this to anyone.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David on December 3, 2009
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I am very happy with the F2 MAG Trainer by Forza. It is sturdy. It is quiet. I get enough resistance to mimic trail riding. The color delivered was not the color pictured.. mine came red and white. It looks good.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Galarneau on February 10, 2011
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A no frills mag. I would recommended only if your back tire has a quick release. I couldn't imagine using anything other then a road bike since the tread on a mountain bike would create tonnes of noise.

Great for the winter months for me as it makes me feel a lot less guilty about going to tacobell and having other crap food. I would deff recommended getting the riser block, however you are spending more then 10 dollars on a piece of plastic.

Compared to other mags the quality seems to be good and its holding up well. I do not think this is overly loud
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Clyde on November 10, 2011
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If you weigh anywhere close to 200lbs you probably won`t get enough resistance to stand up without holding yourself back. ( I weigh 220) You can work on faster cadence, but if you want the option to do both, get the Kurt Kinetic Road Machine with the extra flywheel weight. I sent the mag trainer back, went to a local bike shop and tried the Road Machine, which uses fluid resistance. I like it much better and it`s much sturdier as well. If you want a lot of resistance you`ll have to get a stationery bike, but a good one is expensive. All this being said, you can still work up a sweat on the mag trainer... but if you`re used to riding a real bike or a Spin bike you`ll probably want more.
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