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Magnet Steel Bike Bicycle Indoor Exercise Trainer Stand

by FDW
| 136 answered questions

List Price: $89.99
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  • Five internal resistance settings.
  • Quiet design, very low noise.
  • Easy fold for travel and storage. Heavy duty steel frame.
  • State of the art magnet system which provides progressive magnetic resistance, the resistance increases as the speed increases.
  • Assembled Dimensions: 21.4*19.4*15.5
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Product Description

There is no reason why you can not exercise with your bike when the outside weather is bad, this magnetic resistance bike trainer converts your bike into an indoor cycling trainer. It offer effective indoor training in a stiff, well supported steel frame. This Trainer is easy to set up with almost any bike--including road and mountain bikes with a 26", 27" or 700c wheel. Fine-tune to your wheel and tire size with the micro-adjust knob. As you pedal the internal magnet creates resistance, with 5 levels of resistance. And you can change them right from your handle bars.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004I576SM
  • Item model number: FDW-M8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (491 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #751 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very sturdy, resistance settings work well, easy to use and set up.
Brett Burton
The magnetic resistor itself is quiet, but if you are using any level of aggressive mountain bike tires, it will vibrate and be extremely loud.
Shaun Hazel
This trainer is perfect for getting a workout in when the weather is not so great outside.
Chad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,032 of 1,069 people found the following review helpful By T.D.W. on October 13, 2011
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There is some disagreement as to whether or not this trainer is "loud" or "noisy". Since "too loud" and "very quiet" are subjective you can't judge by someone else's standards. So here is a video allowing you to decide for yourself. [I hope.]

******UPDATED VIDEO on 2/27/2013********
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187 of 197 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Liver on August 13, 2012
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1. It is not too loud. I have it inside and my bike has in-between road tires/off road tires and I can hear the TV just fine w/o blasting the volume.
2. It's cheap. Unless you're a pro or have the extra money to throw around, just get this. I haven't used any other units like this but I rather imagine you'd still pedal your bike the same way on any of them.
3. It offers pretty good resistance thru its range. Gear up if it's not enough. If it's still not enough, you don't need one, go out and play. I'd rather be out riding but it's 115 degrees out and, well, that's enough said about that.
4. There's no problem with the bike "falling off" this stand. I weigh 240 (right now) and have no problems with it. It's VERY stable.
5. I imagine the spinning thing under the tire gets hot. Let's see... spin something really fast - it gets hot. Do I care? No. Do I need to go touch it when I'm done pedaling? No.
6. Get the wheel block at the same time. I didn't. I should have. Even the 3" or so the back tire is off the ground makes a difference. Or gouge out a 2x4. I don't care.
7. And remember: If this thing is like most other exercise equipment we all buy and then turn into dust collecting clothes hangers, the 60 or 70 bucks this thing costs won't hurt as much as a treadmill or elliptical or recumbent bike.
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206 of 218 people found the following review helpful By druoak01 on March 16, 2011
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This bicycle trainer will not disappoint you, especially for the price. Customer service is very reasonable to work with should you have any kind of issue. Once I set up my mountain bike to this machine, I was impressed at its strength considering its size. Also, as I am currently weighing at 200 lbs., the fact that it locks the bike in place and remains solid when adding my weight to it, I have come to trust this device without question. I'm glad I chose this machine during these very tight economic times.
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211 of 228 people found the following review helpful By ms6480 on April 25, 2011
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I borrowed a friend's $350.00 (lime green) Kinetic trainer before purchasing this one. The Kinetic trainer was indeed made of heavier duty materials and almost entirely constructed of metal. However, I still did not see an almost $300.00 dollar difference in price that I could justify. The stability of the two trainers seemed almost identical. This trainer actually has a feature that the Kinetic did not have with the remote handlebar tension control.

The trainer I received was slightly different from the photo on Amazon. Mine has two identical molded plastic handles like the handle of the right in the photo instead of the lever on the left side that is shown. This did not seem to affect the functionality of the trainer but I do wonder if the lever would have given it a quick release on the left side like the Kinetic. This is still not a three hundred dollar difference. Works great and I have already recommended it to a friend.
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132 of 145 people found the following review helpful By H. B. Taylor on June 12, 2011
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I am 6'3" and 295 pounds. I use a Specialized Sport Road Bike on this trainer and it has been working phenomenally for the last month or so since it arrived. To make mounting the bike easier I replaced the Specialized rear wheel quick-release that came on the bike with a basic one with rounded ends to seat the bike better on the trainer. The original quick release had the lever on the left side of the bike and it made mounting the bike tricky if you couldn't figure out how to do it to keep the bike mounted. The bike has never fallen off, slipped during use, or experienced any problems whatsoever. As I said, I am almost 300 pounds and I use the trainer for my cardio workout indoors when I don't have time to hit the road. Don't waste your money on more expensive trainers if you are a recreational rider, this unit is perfect. Professional cyclists and the like may demand a hydraulic trainer or something of that sort. If you have a multi-speed bike you can simply mount it and adjust the tension to the hardest setting and simply shift gears as if riding outdoors to make riding easier or harder.
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95 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Ausch on May 17, 2011
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I weigh about 190lbs and have not had any securing problems on any of my 3 bikes. The stand is sturdy and tightens well. My only complaint is that even with my smooth road bike tires, the stand begins to vibrate quite loudly. I've tried to solve this by several things including adjusting the foot stands and placing the stand on a sound dampening mat however nothing is working. If you don't mind turning up your music/tv it's not really a problem. I just feel bad for the other people in my apt.

Other than that it's a great starting trainer. While not everyone cares for the adjustable resistance I like being able to control resistance with both the stands setting as well as using various gears.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Debbi Brown on November 3, 2011
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This bike stand was exactly what I was looking for! I had previously purchased a bike stand that didn't tell you it requred the rear tire to be on a quick release. This stand does not require any modification to your bike, and it works exactly as described.
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