CycleOps i400 Pro

Questions about bike hire abroad and everything light bike related. No off-topic chat please

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konky
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by konky

Has anyone tried one or got one. Any good? Comments would be much appreciated.

Thinking of getting an indoor trainer for me and the wife. A turbo trainer that avoids the hassle of swapping out 2 bikes and the wear and tear on them makes the i400 attractive. Cyclops also claim the ride resistance is second to none. Well they would wouldn't they.

Squint
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by Squint

If it still uses friction brakes then I'd say its resistance is worst in class.

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ghisallo2003
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by ghisallo2003

Wattbike?

Squint
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by Squint

I've seem playground equipment with better ergonomics than Wattbike.

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