I have a Trek by Cycleops Magneto trainer. I have to replace the pin thingy through the rear wheel to mount my bike and the front wheel sits in a 'block' to stabalize it.
So far I don't have a computer for my bike, but it's on my list of rewards for reaching one of my goals. I just track my time and estimate cadence. In fact, to get an idea of what my cadence was I used a batter operated metronome I bought for playing the piano....set at 92 counts/min and did one pedal stroke per beat to get an idea if I was hitting my target RPM's (I was). Gosh a computer would make it SO much easier
I am using the Train Right video that came with the trainer as well as a Spinerval vitural ride (17 miles through the Maryland countryside in 50 minutes). I'd like to get some other Spinerval DVD's....they seem pretty good. Biking to the videos keeps me much more motivated and I work harder than if I was just pedaling on my own.
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