KICKR training setups - whos doing what?

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jpanspac
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Just using PeriPedal for now. I was originally going to use TrainerRoad and Sufferfest videos, but the TR subscription model is a nonstarter for me. And so far I'm only doing interval sessions and don't feel the need for any visual distractions.
My favorite components are the ones I never have to think about.

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vinchangca wrote:Recommend TrainerRoad too. It'll make boring trainer fun and time flies.

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Fun might be a strong word to use when talking about riding on a trainer.

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Perfpro is a great piece of software to train with and is a one off $99 payment with exceptional support.

Big fan, loud music and a good plan.

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Thanks for the awesome discussion guys... Some great ideas... Especially for us here in the Southern Hemisphere heading into winter...

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Im a fellow Australian ;) and having just busted my collarbone im about to get to know this setup verryyy well....
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Nefarious86 wrote:Im a fellow Australian ;) and having just busted my collarbone im about to get to know this setup verryyy well....


What is it with you Aussies & your collarbones? :shock:
An Aussie friend of mine went down about a week ago & dislocated hers. Thankfully no break, but could be off the bike for 3 months. She is also looking into a trainer, and was looking at the kickr or Cyclops powerbeam (I could have that wrong. I was pushing her towards the kickr).
Spiders, Cane Toads, and collarbones. I may have to rethink a visit. :wink:

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Where is she located? Wellcome to trymy setup out if she is local.

I busted it 10 years ago falling off a car at 30mph odd... Got clipped by a mate after a group of kids ran out in front of us and pop!!!
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She lives in the ACT. You? She may like to do that, if it works.

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NSW. As it sits atm.

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by commfire

My Kickr has just been shipped, I have been using Trainer Road for a few years now. I am looking forward to the Kickr/TR combo.

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Have you got an ant+2 usb stick? Older ones won't work.

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I will be using a Mac book air. Hoping that it is blue tooth compatible compatible with the kickr. Correct?

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Nefarious86 wrote:Have you got an ant+2 usb stick? Older ones won't work.

Mak, I can't reply to PM's


Ahhh. Where in NSW? She's in Canberra (which, I think, pretty much IS the ACT. :wink:)

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Sydney :)
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