CycleOps Wind Trainers

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MSRP : $179.99

Product Description

The Wind trainer from CycleOps features a die cast zinc fan that doubles as a flywheel for fluid starts and stops.  The resistance is altered by changing gears on your bike....

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Wind and water resistant or proof socks of quality? Differences?

Are the Castelli windstopper socks the way to go because the block all the wind on the front but breath out the back? Or are the full wrap around better? Hiking, fishing neoprene socks too much, too sweaty? Gore sock VS the others? Sugoi Resistor sock? Is it all the front or just the foot that b ... Read More »

Giant Wind Tunnel Challenge

I was reading an article from velonews (wind tunnels). That led me to the facebook post of Giant challenging Specialized on the wind tunnel. Specialized has not taken the challenge. Ballsy move by Giant. Sorry if posted already. [IMG][/IMG]Read More »

Wind burn?

The last bunch of rides, has left my face feeling dry and wind burned. At first I thought it was sun exposure but regardless of the sunscreen used my face just feels dry and irritated/sensitive. Layering with a moisturizer helps to some degree but it isn't 100%. I notice the skin sensitivity on ... Read More »

Stava or Map My Ride needs a wind feature

I just rode a 40mi N-S ride and half of the ride was straight into 13-20mph winds from the South (made for a great ride back though). I don't use stuff like Strava for competitions with others, I use it for data logging for myself. Stuff like calories burnt, miles ridden, etc. Obviously, headi ... Read More »

DISASTER RELIEF: Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plane...

...and the Republican senators who voted down Hurricane Sandy relief are terribly conflicted: [url=]Oklahoma Senators Jim Inhofe, Tom Coburn, Face Difficult Options On Disaster Relief[/url] [url=http://www ... Read More »

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