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CycleOps Magnetic Remote Shifter
$29.99
CycleOps' Magnetic Remote Shifter is for use with CycleOps' standard Mag trainers. It allows you to adjust the resistance without leaving the saddle and fits on your stem or handlebars.
CycleOps Climbing Riser Block
$31.00
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.
CycleOps Q-Synce Multiremote
$79.99
- Remote control for CycleOps VirtualTraining to allow the rider to change the ride view, mark intervals, pause and virtually change gears when using with 400 series or Phantom 5 Indoor Cycle. - Compatible with tablet and mobile devices via Bluetooth Smart only (iPad 3 or newer, iPhone 4s or newer.) - Compatible with PC via ANT+ or Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth Smart connection Windows 8 or ANT+ connection requires ANT+ dongle/antenna.)
CycleOps Roller Resistance Adapter
$119.99
CycleOps' Roller Resistance Adapter offers five different levels of magnetic resistance. And, with its ingenious resistance system, which doesn't use any moving parts, it's virtually silent!
CycleOps Fluid2 Trainer
$367.00
CycleOps' Fluid2 Trainer utilizes Power Band technology to allow for distinct resistance changes without reaching to a lever on the unit. The large flywheel with fluid resistance delivers a smooth, realistic road feel while sturdy legs provide a stable platform for pumping out hard, 600-watt efforts and out-of-the-saddle climbs. A favorite among serious racers, the Fluid2 is easily transportable and stands up to repeated punishment by the burliest of legs for years of impressive performance.
CycleOps SuperMagneto Pro
$441.00
CycleOps’ SuperMagneto Pro Trainer offers smooth road-feel and four magnetic settings for dialing in the exact real-world simulation your workout calls for. The easy setting is ideal for warm ups and easy days. The road mode is tailored for high-volume rides. You can throw down with the interval setting, while the mountain mode lets you crank out intense hill workouts. Each setting has progressive resistance, where just like riding outside, resistance builds the faster the wheel spins. Plus, the frame is tough, sturdy and stable so you can ride as hard as you want.
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