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Magnet Steel Bike Bicycle Indoor Exercise Trainer Stand by FDW
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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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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.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
I was convinced that I needed a high-end fluid trainer like Cycleops or Kinetic fluid trainers, but could not justify the high pricetag. After reading glowing reviews, I decided on the FDW mag trainer. HEAR ME AND HEAR ME WELL: For its price, it is great and does exactly what it is supposed to do!! It came partially assemble (SUPER easy to put together) and had a super-easy set up (that lever is awesome!). It is fairly quiet, but there is a hum that's not too bad. I live on the bottom floor of an apartment with very thin walls. I found that it can vibrate fiercely if in a high gear and pedaling hard, but that's no big deal. The remote didn't fit well on my handle bars, but that's not a big deal either. I found there was a huge difference when changing resistance levels with the shifter, which I loved.
******UPDATED VIDEO on 2/27/2013********
Be VERY CAREFUL if you purchase this product as when those plastic pieces fail, the bike could fall off the stand and perhaps cause the rider to fall off the bike...it could be a SAFETY HAZARD if that occurs...especially for a person of mature age (I am 68) who might not have the balance of a 40 year old.
In the interest of transparency and full-disclosure, I might have erred when I informed the seller that I am considered somewhat of an international expert when it comes to many types of plastics, and I informed them that the engineering specifications for these plastic parts was wrong because they used the wrong type of plastic...perhaps they did not appreciate being informed of their error and the denial of my claim might be their way of paying-me-back? If that is the case, then the seller seems to project a lack of professionalism in dealing with customers.