HEALTH LINE PRODUCT Bike Trainer Stand for 26"-29" Mountain & 700C Road Bikes, Indoor Stationary Bicycle Exercise w Quiet Noise Reduction/Wider 8 Levels Resistance
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- 【Super Wide 8 Level Resistance】The resistance of the stationary bike stand is 8 levels, which is wider than other magnetic trainers(5-6 levels). And the wider resistance can simulate more real road feel. So, you can plan your workout more specifically and finely than others.
- 【Ideal for Indoor Bike Riding and Training】Our Noise Reduction Wheel Allow you to riding and training in home and apartment without disturbing the neighbors nor your family. the maximum noise will not exceed 65 decibels(volume of normal talk)
- 【Compatible & Stability】Fits 26-29 inch &700C tires. Wide compatible with most bike with quick release like Pinarello, Specialized, Raleigh, Giant and so on. (It can be used with or without quick release.) Wide base and adjustable antislip rubber pad protect the trainer from wobble when use.
- 【Storage & Use】Easy to put together, replace original quick release with our provided, and attach bike to trainer, then you can start training. The frame stand can fold to 6.5 inch and provide you a safe training with a 350Lbs weight loading capacity, which is easy to storage and carry with.
- 【NO RISK PURCHASE】Any bike-trainer parts and replacement are available! Please submit with “Q & A” or click 【Contact the seller】 to contact us, if you have any question. - Making you a happy customer is our main goal.
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Unbeatable 8 Level Stationary Bike Trainer Stand
- Widest 8 levels magnetic resistance provides the most realistic road riding experience than other 5-6 level resistance trainer, level 1-2 simulate the downhill riding, level 3-4 simulate flat road riding, level 5-6 simulate going up a small hill, and the 7-8 level simulates high hill riding
- All steel foldable frame structure provides you the safety training with a 350Lbs weight loading capacity(including bike's weight).
- Adjustable magnetic resistance with convenient knob fits your different wheel/tires size (24"~28" and 700C), no matter with quick-release or not.
- Humanized designed rubber foot pad can be adjustable for a different height. No need to worry that your ground is not flat.
- With Front Wheel Support Block, Quick Release Skewer for this Bike Trainer Stand
- magnetic bike turbo trainer x 1
- front wheel block x 1
- quick-release skewer x 1
3 Colors available
3 COLOR OPTIONS
Unbeatable 8 Level Stationary Bike Trainer Stand
Unbeatable 8 Level Resistance Stimulate Different Immersive Road Riding Feel
1-2 Level Resistance
1-2 resistance is small，which simulate downhill riding. so, it can be used to preliminary warm up and check whether the equipment is set up
3-4 Level Resistance
3-4 have some resistance，which is simulate a normal road riding. It can be used as a formal warm-up and preparation
5-6 Level Resistance
5-6 level has a greater resistance, which simulate a small hill riding. It can be used as a recovery training or a transition stage of high-intensity training
7-8 Level Resistance
7-8 level is the highest resistance, which simulate a high-hill riding.It's perfect for high-intensity training and Professional Pre-training
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I gave it a try. I am only about 130lb and it was able to hold me without any problem.
Changing the resistance was fairly easy by turning the knob. There was no movement for the rack when I am peddling, so it's safe to say this rack is pretty stable. The only problem I have is the sound the resistance bar produce when biking on it, it is a little bothersome, but I normally bike with my headphone on so that wasn't a big problem for me. This is such a great alternative to train during the winter month without going out in the cold. I believe all bike shop should have at least one of this in their shop so people can give a new bike a try to see if they actually like it before buying it.
Upon arrival I unboxed the trainer and tested this out with my road bike. The magnet made a ”bell” type noise. I reached out to customer service to see if this was normal, turns out it's not. They sent me a replacement immediately. They also followed up to make sure everything was okay. The replacement works great!
Customer service responded very promptly to all emails and they were very accommodating.
I bought this for indoor training as I'm currently quarantined with a high-risk health condition and needed some exercise while stuck indoors. The instructions were a bit vague in the first place, and the skewer for the rear wheel didn't entirely fit my bike, so I've had to fit a number of washers between the end-piece that screws on to the skewer. The locking screw on the end of said the skewer also has a texture to it that gets caught in the locking mechanism of the stand, which in turn means that if you make any adjustments by loosening the right side of the stand to re-center the bike, it will loosen the locking bolt without you knowing it, rendering the bike to come unlevel during your ride, or causing your wheel to re-center and rub on the frame. It's a hard battle to figure how to make this not happen. Also, while it's relatively loud in the first place, it at times develops a high-pitch squeal that no amount of adjusting seems to fix, and is just annoying as hell. Are there fixes? Maybe, but there isn't any info in the very vague instructions.
In the end, the amount of time that I have spent STRESSING over adjusting, re-adjusting, pulling my hair out, and tripping as I dismount in frustration is astronomically high compared to the amount of time I have actually been able to just peacefully ride. Today, for instance, I have spent over 40 minutes trying to figure out how to make the damn thing happy—and I'm at the point where I'd rather just go read and say the hell with exercise. The stress isn't worth the price tag or the attempt at physical/mental health and I generally feel more mentally worn out for trying.