CycleOps Fluid Trainer Trainers

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MSRP : $219.00


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Cycle-Ops Fluid Trainer



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Using a fluid trainer outside in winter

I live in Canada and would like to use a fluid bike trainer outside in my screened in porch during the winter (too hot in the basement as that is where the wood stove is). I hate being too hot when I work out so I thought it would be great to use the trainer outside. Plus, I have beautiful scenery ... Read More »

Trainer Magnetic or Fluid question.

I have been looking for a trainer, and found one on Craigslist. Can anyone tell me whether the Travel Trac 2000 (Performance) in these photos is Magnetic or Fluid? Thanks in advance. [ATTACH=CONFIG]292529[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]292530[/ATTACH]Read More »

Graber Fluid Trainer

[COLOR=#333333][INDENT]Sport.woot.com has a Graber Pro Series Fluid Trainer for $150. Don't see much online on this. Appears to be related to CycleOps, and Dick's Sporting Goods sells for $250. Otherwise I am in the dark on this model. Any experience, or comments on this trainer for the price? Been ... Read More »

Woot today- Graber Fluid Trainer

Sport.woot.com has a Graber Pro Series Fluid Trainer for $150. Don't see much online on this. Appears to be related to CycleOps, and Dick's Sporting Goods sells for $250. Otherwise I am in the dark on this model. Any experience, or comments on this trainer for the price? Been thinking of getting a f ... Read More »

CycleOps fluid trainer - all my fluid disappeared.

Hadn't used it in a few years and this week I found it had no resistance. I put some Castrol Syntrax limited slip 75W-90 synthetic gear oil in it ($5 worth or half a bottle) and it seems to be restored to original functionality.Read More »

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