I am hoping for a bit of help. With Rev3 in my sights, I am looking at trainers to help get me through the Cincinnati winter.
Any suggestions on brands, features, etc? I am not looking to break the bank but want a quality trainer.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Don't know how big your bank is but... if you can afford a Computrainer, it's worth every cent. ~$1500 though.
Go for a fluid trainer, if possible.
Mag trainer, if not.
Or if you're hard core, consider rollers but I've not gone there yet...
Thanks for the input! I will start by looking for a fluid trainer.
A Computrainer, huh? If anyone has Santa's ear, tell him I will give him a pole dance he will never forget if he leaves one under my tree...
I think Santa requires all requests to have an introductory video posted to Youtube and a link here... yeah, pretty sure that is in the 2010 regulation amendments. Them's the rules...
cyclops or kurt for a fluid trainer are great options, the tacx flow is a decent lower priced ergo, the cyclops power beam is a mid priced ergo. Computrainer is nice but lots of cords and needs a dedicated place to stay set up, looks like a middle school kids locker. ps, i lived in columbus, people in Ohio can and do cycle outside all winter, might want to also consider investing in a set of winter clothes and fenders