- CycleOps Classic Mag Turbo Trainer
Sorry - this product is no longer available
This CycleOps Classic Mag Turbo Trainer is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
Alternative products you may be interested in
Best value magnetic trainer on the market.
Top Features of the CycleOps Classic Mag Turbo Trainer
- 5 setting adjustments for varied workouts
- The Mag trainer's unique design incorporates a flywheel for an unbeatable smooth and quiet ride
- Great for cyclists looking to stay in shape all year round
- Redesigned to deliver even more resistance
- Remote shifter available separately (RRP £25)
- Matt grey powder coated main frame with wide angle legs for all round durability and stability
A worldwide best seller.
The CycleOps Mag Trainer has unrivalled performance for it's price point. The Mag Trainer's unique design incorporates a flywheel for an unbeatable smooth and quiet ride. The Mag Trainer comes with 5 adjustment settings for varied workouts. Remote shifter(9703) available separately(RRP £25).
With a full range of accessories from Trainer Mats to Riser Blocks to Trainright DVD's the CycleOps trainer range is the 1st choice for the competitive and enthusiast cyclist.
To help decide on which trainer is right for you please view the following comparison table
Lifetime Manufacturers Warranty.
Item will come in black or matt grey. Colour cannot be specified. To view product manuals for Cyclops trainersclick here
About Turbo Trainers
Can't get out on your bike? - don't let it prevent you from training with one of our Turbo Trainers. Wiggle has a great indoor bike trainer and Turbo Trainer range in stock; so you can go for a bike ride without having to step outside! Wiggle’s range of cycling turbo trainers enable you to carry on with your cycling training regime at any time rain or shine. Available in a wide variety of different styles our Turbo Trainers are of course suitable for both men and women.
About the CycleOps brand
Cycleops are world famous for producing high quality cycle trainers. However, the company origins weren’t in cycling, believe it or not they started with producing curtain rods! The story goes that the Graber brothers sold their window products company and needed something to do. They experimented in their garage and came up with a best-selling bike rack. In 1989, Chris and Sara Fortune purchased the company when it was selling 80,000 bike racks a year. In 1990, a high-end brand of bike rack was launched, branded as “Saris.” Today Saris is a leading supplier to the bicycle industry in over 30 countries. The company expanded in 1999 by acquiring the Cycleops brand of bike trainer. As usual they set out to improve on the design and by 2001 they created a new trainer frame and in 2002 they launched the world’s first progressive resistance Cycleops magnetic trainer. It was in 2001 that they heard about a hub that could measure power output and they jumped at the chance to bring this product to cyclists. They bought the company that invented Powertap and started a new round of Cycleops cycling innovations.
We are sorry, but due to your delivery destination USA we can not dispatch this item.
Wiggle ships to over 100 countries. To see what delivery options are available for other destinations you can update your delivery destination via the International Options feature at the top right of the website.
Goods are shipped from the UK. Does not include delivery charges, local taxes or import duties, if applicable.
More information on International delivery options
We will happily refund or exchange any item purchased on Wiggle if returned to us within 365 days, excluding Wiggle gift vouchers and personalized products except when faulty.
Returned goods must be unused and supplied with their original packaging, unless the goods are faulty.
Wiggle will pay the return postage costs for any faulty items.
More information on Wiggle's return policy
Magazine reviews for CycleOps Classic Mag Turbo Trainer
Review from Cycling Plus
This entry-level trainer will suit those who just want to get on with it with the minimum of fuss. If you do want to play however, you can use one of five presets, which adjusts the trainer for different coarse load settings...the construction is solid without excessive weight and it took minutes to get it going out of the box...the multilingual instructions are to the point - "hold on to the bike when you release it out of the trainer or your bike will fall over was hopefully not aimed at our nanny-state adverse public...In use the Mag is typical of most magnetic drag units with some biopacing in the lower gears. The adjustable presets are very effective and dramatically alter the trainers feel taking it from a sludgy power tool to a free revvin' buzz bomb that's very characteristic of the original air-fan turbos.
Basic and comprehensive, for £80 a winner!
Review from 220 Triathlon
CycleOps' mag trainer offers great value for money. It's simple to set up and use, and boasts five setting adjustments on the main unit to vary your workouts...the Mag is relatively quiet, and the sturdy frame, like on its older brother the Fluid2, is more than welcome. When not in use it folds flat for easy storage or transportation.
Good value for money trainer
Rating: Performance 7/10 | Value 8/10
Product Q & A
Ask your questions and share your answers.
The resistance setting lets you feel you are hitting an incline. Hard setting...you come right down on the gears, easier but the resistance will not let up.
Can I fit my current wheel to this trainer or do I need to buy an adapter for the trainer or a new wheel for the bike?
Is there anything else I should get, ie. a training wheel, and how easily does the rear wheel fit onto to trainer?
There is a good range of adjustment for wheel widths as i had to do some serious screwing to get it to fit my skinny road tyre.
I'd go for it - as its wiggle you can always return ti!
Do you want to compare this product?
Only 4 products can be compared at once. Adding this product will remove the product you added to the list first.
Do you want to continue?