Filter By:

Trainers/Rollers

Blackburn Trainer Block
$34.99
Train In Comfort Use this nifty device to keep your ride comfortable. When placed under your front wheel, this block raises the front of the bike by approximately 2.75” (70mm) to give you a more level and stable platform for your workout.
CycleOps Climbing Riser Block
$40.49
CycleOps' Climbing Riser Block offers 3 levels of elevation to lift your front wheel and provide a workout simulating climbing hills. For steeper climbing workouts, 2 climbing blocks (sold separately) may be placed on top of each other for many different adjustment levels.
Kinetic Riser Ring
$49.99
Kinetic's Riser Ring lets you level your bike when you're riding on your trainer. Plus, there are 3 other steps that let you simulate climbing by elevating the front wheel. The Riser Ring is simple to use and stable for excellent support. • Designed for the following Kinetic trainers: the Road Machine, Magnetic, and Cyclone
Kinetic Small Wheel Adapter
$64.99 - $89.99
Kurt's Small Wheel Adapter attaches to your Kurt Kinetic trainer and raises the resistance unit so you can use your trainer with small-wheeled bikes. This adapter works with bike wheels as small as 16 inches in diameter. Comes in two varieties to work with both old and new Kurt Kinetic trainers. • T-580 Small Wheel Adapter for use with all 2013 and newer trainer models. • Old trainer style uses T-500
Kinetic 12mm Traxle Through-Axle
$74.99
Kurt Kinetic's 12mm Traxle Through-Axle lets you attach your mountain bike to a Kinetic trainer without changing the original skewer. Three different thread pitches ensure a perfect fit for whichever axle you're using.
CycleOps Trainer Bag
$80.99
When you need to transport your trainer, CycleOps' Trainer Bag is the most convenient solution. There is no need to worry about your trainer getting damaged when it's safe and secure on the way to your race or event.
Kinetic Turntable Riser Ring
$89.99
Get the natural feel of riding outside when you use Kurt Kinetic's Turntable Riser Ring in conjunction with Kurt Kinetic's Rock and Roll trainer (sold separately). The Turntable Riser Ring elevates your front wheel so you get a more natural riding position, and thanks to the swiveling base, you can use your most natural pedal stroke.
CycleOps Rollers Fork Stand
$121.49
With CycleOps' Rollers Fork Stand anyone can ride rollers! Just attach this little beauty to your rollers, clamp your fork in place, get on and ride. It's that simple. The Fork Stand mounts directly to the frame of your rollers for excellent strength and stability. No balancing is necessary, so you can watch television or read while riding your rollers!
Kinetic Pro Flywheel
$139.99
If you're really serious about your trainer sessions, check out Kurt Kinetic's Pro Flywheel. It attaches quickly and easily to your Road Machine or Rock and Roll flywheel (sold separately) for a total of 18 pounds. It takes your Kurt Kinetic trainer's already stellar real-road feel and ups the realism, which is a must for hard-core endurance workouts, like tempo and long distance rides. You'll also experience longer wind-ups when doing sprint intervals and a longer coast-downs.
Blackburn Mag 1 Trainer
$167.99
In the Tech Mag 1, Blackburn delivers a high quality trainer that lives up to the production and quality standards of the brand, yet is simple, easy to use and affordable. - Single resistance setting for no-fuss operation - Compact, lightweight and foldable design - Rubber feet micro-adjust for extra stability - Includes steel quick release wheel skewer so that your original equipment does not get scratched - No assembly required - Bike installation is simple and works with many wheels sizes from 26 x 1" to 29 x 2.3" - 6713g / 14.80lb Dimensions: -Length 550/550mm/21.7/21.7in -Width 550/480mm/21.7/18.9 -Height 415/160mm/16.3/6.3in
Tacx Blue Twist
$199.00
The Blue Twist is streamlined and simple, featuring the performance Tacx's Blue trainers are known for, but without a handlebar resistance lever. You manually set the resistance, selecting one of the seven positions using a switch on the brake. The maximum resistance is 700 Watt. The Blue Twist is suitable as an entrance model. Software: PC/laptop - Operation: Switch on brake Resistance: unit Magnetic Braking positions: 7 Descent simulation - Max brake power: (10 sec.) 700 Watt Sprint power: (1 min.) 600 Watt Mass inertia: 8 kg 1 Suitable for all bikes, if necessary with axle skewers or nuts Wheel diameter: 26"- 29" and 700c; 29" with trainer tyre
Blackburn Mag 5 Trainer
$218.39
With Blackburn's Mag 5 Trainer, you can mix up your workout with five resistance settings that you select on the fly with a handlebar-mounted remote. - Five position handlebar remote that is simple to attach and easy to use - Fastcrank mounting system allows for simple and quick installation - Compact, lightweight, and foldable design - Rubber feet micro-adjust for extra stability - Includes steel quick release wheel skewer so that your original equipment does not get scratched - No assembly required - Bike installation is simple and works with many wheels sizes from 26 x 1" to 29 x 2.3" - Five resistance settings across a broad range of levels Dimensions: - Length 550/550mm/21.7in - Width 550/480mm/21.7/18.9in - Height 415/160mm/16.3/6.3in - Weight 8210 g / 18.10 lb
Giant Cyclotron Mag Trainer
$259.99
- Quiet magnetic unit with 7 resistance levels activated by handlebar mounted thumb shifter - Handlebar mounted, 7-level thumb shifter, quickly mounts on handlebars from 22.2mm (7/8") up to 31.8mm (1 1/4") - Precision–turned 2" aluminum roller and 1500g (3.3lbs) flywheel - Heavy-duty, 100% steel, TIG welded frame with wide stance and tough powder coating that looks great and resists rust - Non–skid rubber adjustable leveling feet - Tough steel replacement quick-release skewer included - Accommodates most 24", 26", 700C, and 27" wheel/tire sizes
Tacx Antares
$299.99
Do you want to work on your rhythm, make your muscles more flexible or refine your coordination and technique? Then use the Antares rollers. You can cycle freely, just like on the road or track. If you find it difficult to cycle unsecured you can use the Antares bracket. The Antares is collapsible and is easy to transport. Some cyclists keep finding it hard to ride without a restraint. They choose the Tacx Antares and use the support for Antares to secure the bike, without the front wheel, and still cover the mileage in front of them. Riding on ‘the Tacx’ is a relatively easy way to up your track pace and make your muscles more supple. This makes for completely natural movements. You keep pedalling from the hips, just as you would on the road or track. A high pedalling frequency, that is needed for the right feeling in the legs, is also possible. The Tacx Antares is the official warming-up trainer at the 2012 Olympic Games.
Tacx Galaxia
$399.99
The Galaxia takes you as close as possible to the natural road cycling experience, the rollers namely move along with you. You can perform sprints, extend your legs and stand on the pedals without the fear of falling off. Your movements are more free because you get close to the natural road cycling experience. When accelerating, the Galaxia rollers move forward as a result of the kinetic energy that is created and they move backwards when you slow down. With this patented ‘swing system’ you can work on your speed and suppleness without any concerns. The Galaxia is collapsible and easy to transport. The Tacx rollers have a state of the art design. Thanks to the conical rollers your ride is extra stable, so you can focus even more on your goals in training: improving your fitness and pedal stroke and maintaining your speed. Many worldclass riders don’t go anywhere without their Tacx rollers. During their warm-up and training sessions they use the rollers to maintain their speed and suppleness, essential tools for a track cyclist. Road cyclists increasingly use the rollers to cool down after a race. The bike doesn’t have to be attached to the trainer, as with the Booster, and the rollers run lighter so you can pedal more relaxed. This is perfect for a good cool-down after a long and strenuous exercise.
Giant Cyclotron Fluid ST Trainer
$419.99
- Real Road Simulation (RRS) technology provides up to 2000 watts of quiet, smooth, progressive resistance - TurboTron 70mm alloy roller with internal cooling fins reduces heat build up and prolongs tire life - Steel frame - Accommodates most wheels from 24" to 29" - 7.5lbs flywheel for improved road feel
Tacx Satori Smart
$499.99
The Satori Smart trainer uses complex technology in a user-friendly fashion. The resistance is set manually with the handlebar resistance lever offering 10 different resistance positons, from very easy to very strong. The Satori Smart can communicate via both ANT+ as well as Bluetooth® Smart. In the resistance unit an accurate measurement of your speed, cadence and power is performed. This data is then shown on the screen your using, whether this is a tablet, smartphone, sportwatch, or something else. During or after a training session you, or your coach, can thus monitor your performance closely. Since the Satori is not hooked up to the power net, you can use this trainer anytime and anywhere, also when you don’t have your smartphone with you. Software Tacx apps & Third party apps. PC software via upgrade. Operation Handlebar resistance lever Resistance unit Magnetic Realistic slope 10 positions Descent simulation No Max brake power (10 sec.) 950 Watt Sprint power (1 min.) 800 Watt Mass inertia 16.93 kg 1 Suitable for all bikes, if necessary with axle skewers or nuts Wheeldiameter 26"- 29" and 700c; 29" with trainer tyre
Tacx Bushido Smart
$999.00
The Bushido is an interactive Smart trainer with wireless motor brake. It’s wireless motor brake, with a maximum resistance of 1400 Watts, ensures smooth pedaling, even during steep climbs. The Bushido powers itself and is therefore completely wireless, it doesn’t even need a power cable. Instead of training with a handlebar computer you can connect the trainer to the Tacx apps quickly and easily. Just like the other Smart trainers, the Bushido uses ANT+ and Bluetooth® Smart to communicate with the connected device for convenient training sessions. Performance data can be viewed on several devices simultaneously, including your smartphone, bike computer and sports watch. When the Bushido Smart isn’t connected to a smartphone, tablet or computer, it behaves as a fluid trainer. This means the trainer behaves progressively: when your speed increases, the resistance increases as well. So it is possible to use this trainer in a “stand-alone” status. Since the Bushido is not hooked up to the power net, you can use this trainer anytime and anywhere. Even when you don’t have your smartphone with you. Software Tacx apps & Third party apps. PC software via upgrade. Operation Automatic Resistance unit Wireless motor Realistic slope 15% 1 Descent simulation - Max brake power (10 sec.) 1400 Watt Sprint power (1 min.) 750 Watt Mass inertia 60 kg 2 Suitable for all bikes, if necessary with axle skewers or nuts Wheeldiameter 26"- 29" and 700c; 29" with trainer tyre
Page 1 of 1