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Kinetic Rock n Roll Trainer w/Road Resistance Unit


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  • Indoor bicycle trainer that delivers natural side-to-side motion
  • Engages your core muscles while you maintain your balance
  • Makes any rider a faster, more powerful cyclist
  • Bike attaches via clamp and quick-release lever lock
  • Custom-made PVC feet; removable legs for easy storage
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Product Description

"Road feel" is what just about every indoor trainer chases in some fashion. It makes sense, as most of us prefer riding outside. Most companies use a weighted flywheel along with some kind of magnetic or fluid resistance to give you that elusive feeling. A few use a computer program to create the magnetic resistance. Only Kinetic by Kurt employs a resistance unit and frame designed to mimic the natural movement of riding out on the open road. They put both parts together in the Rock and Roll Trainer.Kinetic answers the resistance issue with their Road Resistance Unit. The roller itself is the first part of the solution. It's made of stainless steel and is 2.5in (6.35cm) in diameter, which is a good bit larger than much of the competition. The larger roller means less wear on your tire and it reduces the temperature of the spinning elements. The right side has a 6.25-pound (2.84kg) flywheel, the heaviest around, which is what gives the feeling of momentum when you're spinning up to speed, holding speed, and slowing down. On the left side is a unique two-part resistance unit, which is the heart of their system.The resistance unit is unique as it's made of two parts. The first is the driver made of a small flywheel embedded with six rare-earth magnets. The other half is a completely sealed cast-aluminum fluid chamber that is bolted to the housing containing the driver. The fluid chamber contains an impeller with corresponding magnets. As you ride, the magnets in the driver spin the impeller through medical-grade silicone fluid to provide the resistance. And since there is no drive shaft entering the fluid chamber, the Kinetic design eliminates a common design weakness of most fluid-resistance units.Of course, the system builds heat; your energy has to go somewhere (in this case friction). However, the fluid acts as a coolant and the chamber has 80 cooling fins on the outside that act like radiator fins.

Product Details

Color: Green | Size: Rock n Roll
  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 9.4 x 27 inches ; 6.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 50 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001CJX50K
  • Item model number: 142898
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,577 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is very solid and sturdy.
Andrew Loys
The trainer actually gives you the sensation and feeling that you are outside riding a bike.
JOHNBFIT
The upper frame broke twice in the same area but on opposite sides.
J. Marr

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By J. Snavely VINE VOICE on July 29, 2008
Color Name: GreenSize Name: Rock n Roll
I've been riding the Rock & Roll for several months now to supplement my road riding. I was a little hesitant about the rocking feature initially. As it turns out, the default stiffness setting doesn't move nearly as much as I was expecting. Of course, you can loosen the resistance for more motion, or really tighten it down for even less.

My main concern was longevity of my bike frame and I feel like having a little bit of give in the trainer will help prevent damage. I'm not small at 200lbs so a little give is a good thing.

The resistance unit itself is smooth and operates with a relatively little noise. Our house is very open and I ride directly below our bedroom. My wife has never been awakened by the trainer.

I chose to purchase the model with the additional flywheel. I use it when I'm doing consistent pace riding. If I want to do intervals I almost have to remove it to prevent tire slippage. Not a problem, since most people would prefer less flywheel effect for intervals anyway.

Summary:
This is a quality tool that will definitely help you pack on the training miles. The rock & roll feature is not crucial, but is a worthwhile feature if you have the extra money to spend.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Kristin on September 18, 2011
Color Name: GreenSize Name: Rock n Roll
Length: 0:49 Mins
Ill start off by saying I am a beginner biker. I have ridden maybe 40 miles in the last two weeks and decided to get this trainer for rainy days because I can't stand the treadmill. I have tried out a standard stationary trainer at a local shop and it was very stiff but still good. I got this yesterday, set it up.. which was very easy.. and was able to ride it with no issues. I don't have any major noticeable bouncing or too much wobbling if you are riding correctly. It feels so smooth and fairly lifelike. My legs were burning pretty bad quickly riding it but I'm not sure if it was from working out or the difference from biking on the road vs a trainer. I have the stationary riser block but i think I'm going to return it and get the one that moves, i believe it will feel more natural with the light movement you get from this trainer.

the bad: We tried to put this on our carpet.. tired rubbed a black spot into it. bummer. Then i put it on the linoleum and after riding about 15 mins this morning i found another black spot, but smaller. grrr. Im kind of annoyed. I emailed kurt kinetic for suggestions. I can't imagine the mat will help because it is foam and it would only take away a couple millimeters of clearance.. plus i don't care to spend 60 on it. I might put down some contact paper with duct tape to cover the spot directly under the tire. It may have happened when i was riding standing up but still..they advertise this.

update: i got a very quick response from kurt kinetic- they suggested to tighten the rear bolt and loosen the inside one. It raised it a touch and should alleviate the problem. This company seems really great.

update 2: its still sagging a little..
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ken L Eppinett on September 25, 2012
Color Name: GreenSize Name: Rock n Roll
I want to start by saying that I am a runner more than a biker, but I have been using this trainer during recovery from an injury. Serious bike riders may have a different opinion. I have a couple of minor complaints, but overall this is a very nice product. I have been using it for a couple of months, I have maybe 400 miles on it and it has performed perfectly. So it seems well made.

The good:
- Setup was pretty simple all of the parts went together without issue.
- I like being able to use my own bike for indoors so its more like riding outdoors.
- The fluid unit provides consistent resistance. I like being able to adjust the load by just changing gears. So far it has not shown any signs of leakage or other issues. I have a real wheel sensor speedometer on my bike so I can easily judge how hard I am working and whether I am improving or not by the rear wheel speed. I am comfortable with the load in a middle gear, so have some room to add or remove load.
- I have the standard flywheel on it, I didn't bother with the heavier one, acceleration/deceleration is pretty smooth if you get the tension on the rear wheel adjusted correctly.
- The bicycle attachment make bike attachment/detachment quick and easy and the bike seems secure in it. I can switch between mine and my wife's bike with a lever throw and a tension adjustment.

The bad:
- The trainer says it fits any wheel size which is not completely true. When I attach the bike, the rear wheel is just off the groundm so technically it does fit. But when I get on, it just barely drags on the mat because the springy mount sags slightly. I weigh 170, a lighter rider would probably not have a problem, a heavier rider would not be able to use it.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By J. Hess on May 21, 2013
During the winter, I put in 8-10 hours a week on the trainer doing everything from recovery rides to intense Sufferfest intervals. I've used various trainers for the past 9 years and for the last 5 years have used a Kurt Kinetic Road Machine exlusively. When the resistance unit on my Road Machine went down last winter, I didn't have time to wait for a replacement so I bought a new Road Machine then, a couple of weeks ago, decided to send the old unit in for repair. When I told the Kurt rep what was wrong, she just sent me a new resistance unit so I decided to buy a new Rock n Roll frame and mount the new resistance unit on it. I'd wanted to try the Rock n Roll trainer for a while and this was my opportunity to do it for a relatively small investment. I want to make clear that Kurt Kinetic is a great company with fantastic customer service but the Rock n Roll trainer isn't for me. The movement is distracting, not realistic and I have to think that some of the power I generate when pushing hard is being wasted by making my bike move side to side, up and down, instead of being transmitted directly to the drive train. The build quality of the frame and resistance unit are excellent and the axle release system is an improvement over the Road Machine but I've returned to the Road Machine for good.
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