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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    The videos have sadistic names such as 'The Long Scream' and 'A Very Dark Place' and ensure structured and efficient power-based training (click to enlarge). Well-known stationary trainer brand Kinetic, which recently launched Kinetic Fit, its power-based training application, has announced a...
  2. General Cycling Discussion
    This trainer moves with its rider, allowing cyclists to perform out-of-the-saddle hill climb intervals that replicate actual cycling on the road (click to enlarge). Kinetic has unveiled a pair of new "Smart" trainers and a slick interactive training system. The Rock and Roll-Smart, Road...
  3. Components, Wrenching
    Kinetic was on hand at Interbike showing their new Z-Rollers. Kinetic is well known for their line of trainers, but this is their first roller. The Z-Rollers are a folding, compact design that offer lightweight and portability. We talked to David Simpson, Marketing Manager for Kinetic and he...
  4. Racing, Training, Nutrition, Triathlons
    Most cyclists loathe the indoor trainer. It's unnatural. It lacks the pure visceral feeling we get when we're out on the open road pushing ourselves to the limit, whether it be on a climb or trying for our fastest time on a particular stretch of pavement. Once you get into the benefits of...
  5. Racing, Training, Nutrition, Triathlons
    Kurt Kinetic Rock and Roll Trainer - MSRP $570 What is it: Nobody likes trainers cause they are boring! But when the weather turns for the worse, they are a necessary evil if one has goals of improving or maintaining any kind of fitness. Trainers are very rigid and don't feel natural at all as...
  6. General Cycling Discussion
    Featured User Review: Kurt Kinetic Road Machine by Vitix2 Price: $299 Overall Rating: 5 of 5 Value Rating: 3 of 5 Bike Setup: My indoor training/beater bike is a NOS Casati Gold Line (Columbus SPX)with old Campy and Mavic Open Pros.. Favorite Ride: I like em' All! Summary: I just took...
  7. General Cycling Discussion
    Norridge, Illinois - IBDs can now help find the cure for breast cancer without even stepping into a laboratory. All they have to do is stock and sell the limited edition "Pink Road Trainer" from Kurt Kinetic which Lexco will have available beginning in mid-August. Kurt Kinetic will donate a...
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