JetBlack's SweatNet protects your bike and floor from corrosive sweat during your hardcore trainer sessions. You are sweating, right?
This race-ready fluid trainer folds up and packs into a carrying case about the size of large Chihuahua. Weighing in at under 15 pounds, this might be the most portable fluid trainer on the market and is perfect for race warm ups, training and interval classes, or if you haven't yet put a down payment on that mansion and need the space in your apartment. Features: - Dual Fluid Resistance: Each of the two rollers on this trainer have built in fluid technology, that add up to 650 watts of smooth and quiet resistance, making sure your workout is as tough as you want it to be. - Telescoping: The legs and wheel base have telescoping adjustments to fit all sorts or sizes and breeds of bikes. - Axle Compatiblity: This trainer works with standard 9mm front QR axles, and includes adapters for 12 and 15mm through axles, accommodating 100 and 110mm widths. - Wheel Compatibility: Compatible with most road and mountain bike wheels sizes. This includes the following diameters: 24", 26", 650b, 700c, 27.5" and 29" and widths from 23c up to 2.3". - Super Quiet: Designed to not wake up sleeping babies or anyone else in the house. Details: - No assembly required - Includes storage bag
Blackburn's axle conversion kits make your thru axle bike compatible with most trainers and many trailer hitches on the market. The adapter kit is designed to turn your 12mm x 135mm, 142mm, or 148mm thru axle bike into a trainer-ready machine or a trailer-pulling family explorer. Choosing the correct axle is simple. First, research which axle spacing your bike utilizes (135, 142, or 148mm). Next, choose the correct thread pitch by either comparing your thread spacing to Blackburn's thread scale on the packaging, or by matching to one of the brands listed below: - RockShox Maxle - 1.75mm thread pitch - Syntace X-12 - 1.0mm thread pitch - DT x-12 - 1.0mm thread pitch - Shimano E-Thru - 1.5mm thread pitch - DT E-Thru - 1.5mm thread pitch
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