PAIN Cave Set Up. What's Yours? Photos Please!

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Conza
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KCookie wrote:Been out there since the day i bought it, around 5 months. Temps can go up to the mid 30s. Doesn't seem to have caused any problems.


Awesome! Do you bring it in if it's raining etc? You're my canary in the coal mine. :lol:

Let me know if there any problems arise! :mrgreen:

Will have a photo of 'Pain Cave' setup eventually :oops:
It's all about the adventure :o .

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Conza wrote:
KCookie wrote:Been out there since the day i bought it, around 5 months. Temps can go up to the mid 30s. Doesn't seem to have caused any problems.


Awesome! Do you bring it in if it's raining etc? You're my canary in the coal mine.

Let me know if there any problems arise! :mrgreen:

Will have a photo of 'Pain Cave' setup eventually :oops:
Excuse the mess, kids crap everywhere. As you can see from the pic its completely covered so no need to ever move it. Image

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by MomentumR5

Alright FELLAS! Almost there. Still need some tweaking and art needed. I have a Gen 3 KickR and 2 KickR mats coming for me and my wife will be using my Gen 2. Enjoy.

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by MomentumR5

wheelbuilder wrote:Nice stuff. I ride rollers in the garage in between the garage door and a trash can. Staring at a refrigerator. No video. no music, no fan, just suffering.


Your mental game is on point though. :)

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KCookie wrote:
Conza wrote:
KCookie wrote:Been out there since the day i bought it, around 5 months. Temps can go up to the mid 30s. Doesn't seem to have caused any problems.


Awesome! Do you bring it in if it's raining etc? You're my canary in the coal mine.

Let me know if there any problems arise! :mrgreen:

Will have a photo of 'Pain Cave' setup eventually :oops:
Excuse the mess, kids crap everywhere. As you can see from the pic its completely covered so no need to ever move it.
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How do you get your STi out? You're right. That's too much junk. Haha.

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Out the front roller garage door.
Yes normally it's very tidy outside, just had one of those days and couldn't be arsed to tidy up. Two young daughters really do made a mess.

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MomentumR5 wrote:Alright FELLAS! Almost there. Still need some tweaking and art needed. I have a Gen 3 KickR and 2 KickR mats coming for me and my wife will be using my Gen 2. Enjoy.

ImageZwift by Michael Nguyen, on Flickr
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ImageZwift by Michael Nguyen, on Flickr
ImageZwift by Michael Nguyen, on Flickr

So awesome!

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by thegunner

holy hell @MomentumR5 that pain cave is fantastic.

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by glepore

That is very nice. I prefer the screen to be lower, actually way lower, but other than that, ace.
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glepore wrote:
Thu Dec 21, 2017 3:38 pm
That is very nice. I prefer the screen to be lower, actually way lower, but other than that, ace.
That was just the initial mock up. My screen is half way down and hers is lower than that now. KickR 3 and the 2 Mats came in. It’s an awesome studio.

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by Beancouter

Built in the garden late last year as my wife had had enough of bike stuff in the house! Needs painting (and the garden needs sorting out in the spring!) but works brilliantly. Nice not to have the turbo making a noise in the early hours of the morning.

Got a Varidesk which work were clearing out which works well for stacking stuff on.

Other than that, using an Apple TV with music through a Vamp stereo and an old set of speakers.


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by jfranci3

Fans.... I need to buy a few fans. Looking for quiet. One is going to be a more focused and another more of a whole body convection fan. What fan designs are best?
Blower - http://amzn.to/2ClDSIr
Ducted Fan - http://amzn.to/2Cl2FMV
Box fan - http://amzn.to/2CzSMyc

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Very quiet (and effective) are the Rowenta turbo silence fans!

http://www.rowenta.com/Home-Comfort/Fan ... 1830005360

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MomentumR5 wrote:
Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:51 pm
Alright FELLAS! Almost there. Still need some tweaking and art needed. I have a Gen 3 KickR and 2 KickR mats coming for me and my wife will be using my Gen 2. Enjoy.

ImageZwift by Michael Nguyen, on Flickr
ImageZwift by Michael Nguyen, on Flickr
ImageZwift by Michael Nguyen, on Flickr
ImageZwift by Michael Nguyen, on Flickr
wow .. love it .. info on those fans ?

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