- Product Dimensions: 23.2 x 20.5 x 6.7 inches ; 20.9 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 21 pounds
- ASIN: B018FNEST2
- Average Customer Review: 125 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #194,681 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Ohuhu Magnet Steel Bike Bicycle Indoor Exercise Trainer Stand
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- Quiet [very low noise]and smooth magnetic resistance - Provides progressive magnetic resistance increases as the speed increases.
- Flexible internal resistance settings [no fixed levels]- Allows you to slowly increase/decrease resistance levels. Now you can adjust the best resistance level when training based on you own physical condition.
- An adjustable bar-mounted remote allows you to effortlessly control the bike’s resistance from your handlebar.
- Extra wide, stable frame provides solid performance during hard efforts. [Despite its heavy frame, this bike trainer can be easily folded for transportation and storage.]
- Easy setup - Hooks up to just about any bike, including road and mountain bikes with a 24“ –28 “ or 700c wheel. Fine–tune to your wheel and tire size with the micro-adjust knob.
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|Item Dimensions||6.69 x 20.47 x 23.23 inches|
|Item Weight||20.94 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||20.95 pounds|
This Ohuhu Bike Trainer is a solid choice for anyone looking for an affordable yet solid bike trainer stand. A magnetic design and flexible internal resistance settings keeps you in control of the power you need for every workout. As with most bike trainer stands, this one is compatible with most road and mountain bikes with 24" - 28", or 700c tires. An adjustable knob ensures a more specific fit while an adjustable bar-mounted remote allows you to effortlessly control the bike's resistance from your handlebar. Despite its heavy frame, this bike trainer can be easily transported and stored when necessary.
No need to worry about the weather, with this Ohuhu Bike Trainer, you can now bike all year long.
*Quiet and smooth magnetic resistance
*Flexible internal resistance settings [no fixed levels]
*An adjustable bar-mounted remote allows you to effortlessly control the bike's resistance from your handlebar.
*Extra wide, stable frame provides solid performance during hard efforts.
*Despite its heavy frame, this bike trainer can be easily folded for transportation and storage.
*Easy setup - Hooks up to just about any bike, including road and mountain bikes with a 24" -28 " or 700c wheel.
*Fine-tune to your wheel and tire size with the micro-adjust knob.
-Material: Steel + Plastic + Magnet
-Dimensions: 21.6 x 6.3 x 19.6 inch
-Fit Bike’s Wheel: 24 – 28 inch
-1 x Bike Trainer
-1 x Instruction Book
-1 x Quick Disassembling Tool
1 x Front Wheel Block
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The install of the dynamo is not clear in the instructions [actually, no real mention is made] and the product listing photos are obviously of an earlier version.
Thanks to other reviewers for some photos that gave a better idea, and I've included an angled photo showing that the pivot bolt goes into the single hole [vs. the slot as per the listing...] - suggestion: the bolt as I received it suggested insertion from left side of stand - but there's more clearance to slide bolt in from right side. Tighten nut only enough to prevent turning bolt with fingers...
Also, there's a mystery part included that I am frankly baffled by [2nd photo] - insight/help would be appreciated.
Finally, depending on your tires and how much resistance you have dialed in, I found that tightening the pressure adjustment so that only a small amount of tire slip happened [while holding the chrome-plated flywheel and trying to move the bike wheel] gives the closest approximation to riding on pavement. If adjustment is TOO tight, the ride becomes a slog. If too loose, you end up having tire slip against knurled surface and burnt rubber smell ensues.
I found assembly easy. One bolt (wrenches included), clamp your bike in, set the gnarled bar to the tire, and optionally mount the adjuster on your handlebar. The included instructions were reasonably clear, with color photos.
Assembly took me a few minutes. I'm OK with mechanical things. If you can do basic tasks (adjust brakes, change a tire) you should have no problem assembling this device. If you have no mechanical skills, you might find this assembly a little challenging.
The axle clamps worked fine with my quick-release axle. They include a replacement axle (skewer) if your axle doesn't fit the device's clamps.
The device doesn't provide a lot of resistance. If your bike is in a lower gear, even at the device's top setting you won't be doing much work. Put your bike in its highest (fastest) gear.
The device's knob moves through about five full revolutions. You cannot really use it to adjust your workout following a plan (e.g., setting 3 this week, setting 4 next week). There are no numbers. But it works, and again: for the money. If your bike has a lot of gears, like 15+, the difference between gears is small and you can use them to adjust the workout. Combined with the device's knob, you really can fine-tune the work level.
The device raises your bike an inch or two (how much depends on wheel diameter: the smaller your wheel, the more lift). So if your bike has a cross-bar ('boys' bike), you might want to have a chair or something at hand to aid getting on & off. (I imagine that's the case with many models of stationary bike exercisers.)
It is not silent. I think in a gym setting it wouldn't seem loud, but in the quiet of your home it might. We're not talking truck or even vacuum cleaner, you can talk over it, but the sound could carry down the hall. It's a whir, middle-pitched, depending on how fast you're going.
Mine had a problem out of the box. The seller was responsive to emails and authorized me to take apart the magnetic assembly, which was easy (three screws). There is a rod which acts as a pivot for the magnets, and I think it had come out of its socket during shipping. It went back together easily and works fine now. So down a star for that, but again: the seller was great and the fix was easy.
One more observation: Some reviewers mention a hard-easy pattern as the wheel spins. The gnarled axle that the tire goes against is SLIGHTLY out of round on mine. I really don't think this could cause the hard-easy problem. For one, think about how soft a tire is; it would absorb a lot of variation without you noticing. Second, the gnarled axle spins many times for each rotation of the bike wheel, so you'd be talking about a very fast hard-easy. There could be an issue inside the magnetic housing, but again: it's spinning way faster than your bike's wheel. Much more likely is the bike's wheel is out of round, which you might not notice on the road. So don't blame the device; get your bike adjusted.
1. the directions for assembly are worthless, if not detrimental. My advice is to not look too much into the crappy 1-page pamphlet; set it aside and just figure it out haha.
2. one of the top bolts that holds my bike backs out when I ride for 20+ minutes. They really should have included a little lock nut or something...
3. It makes a really loud, annoying whirring sound