JetBlack's SweatNet protects your bike and floor from corrosive sweat during your hardcore trainer sessions. You are sweating, right?
Cycleops' Thru Axle Adapter kit for the Classic Series trainers consists of an axle, washers, end caps with bolts, and a shorter version of their bolt-action slider. The axle is threaded on both sides to fit Syntace- and Maxle/ABP-style thru-axle systems.
Leveling block for indoor trainers
CycleOps' Mag+ Trainer with Adjuster uses magnetic fields to generate a wide range of adjustable resistance, great for cyclists determined to stay in shape year round. Its unique design incorporates a flywheel for a smooth, quiet ride. Choose from 5 resistance settings for varied workouts. Plus, the bar-mounted remote shifter means you never break your cadence.
CycleOps' Sweat Guard is a valuable accessory for any trainer. It keeps corrosive sweat from harming your bike and home. It's made from soft, absorbent, washable terry cloth and is attached with elastic and Velcro straps. Two front pockets keep the remote, phone, or food close by while you're hammering away.
Trainer thru axle adapter for CycleOps Trainers. Fits most 142mm thru axles with 1.0 and 1.75 thread pitch. This kit consists of an axle, washers, and end caps with bolts for use with CycleOps Classic or Pro Series trainers. The axle is threaded on both sides to fit Syntace and Maxle/ABP style thru axle systems. PowerSync Trainers are not currently 29er compatible. Partial list of compatible bike frames: - Canyon - Trek - Specialized - Cannondale - Niner - Salsa - Giant Reign - Scott - Santa Cruz - Norco
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Bkool Smart Go is the most affordable, resistance controlled smart trainer in the market! The Go features upto 800 watts of resistance and simulaties up to an 8% grade. It is both both ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart compatible so it is compatible with all major ANT+ cycling simulators like Bkool, Zwift, and TrainerRoads. It includes a free 3-month premium Bkool Simulator subscription. Why settle for a traditional trainer or a "semi-smart" trainer when you can buy a Bkool Go?
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