- CycleOps Super Magneto Pro Turbo Trainer
CycleOps Super Magneto Pro Turbo Trainer
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For serious athletes and cyclists with goals that require flexibility and choice in ride type and resistance curve to match the needs of their various workouts.
Top Features of the CycleOps Super Magneto Pro Turbo Trainer
- SuperMagneto design provides progressive resistance for any ride type and rider
- PowerTuned technology matches flywheel inertia with 4 adjustable and distinct resistance curves. Easy, Flat Road, Interval, Hill
- Lower and wider stance for more stability while sprinting
- New single hand, single side bike attachment with self centering cone for easy bike entry
- New single point leveling feature for quicker easier use on uneven surfaces
- Legs lock into position for stability and ease of carrying.
- Unit folds flat for storage under a bed
- Completely pre-assembled units for faster use from the shop floor to your home
- Fits 29” wheels
- Lifetime Manufacturers Warranty
The Trainer Built for Tri-Geeks, Podium Chasers and First Time Finishers Alike.
SuperMagneto Pro combines versatility with an authentic road-like feel. Between seasons, use our SuperMagneto Pro to get in great shape—and stay that way. It offers the most versatility of our trainers. You can adjust the resistance curves to fit a conditioned rider or a less physically fit rider. Or modify the curves to fit a big or small rider. And if you plan to share a trainer with another rider, the SuperMagneto Pro is the right choice.
Like Getting Four Trainers in One.
Choose a resistance curve and start riding. Tailor your workout with the SuperMagneto Pro Trainer. It offers four resistance curves: easy, road, interval and mountain. No matter how modest or ambitious your goals, this versatile trainer can help you reach them.
• EASY SETTING Warm up before you ride hard.
• ROAD SETTING Ride all day to build volume and build a sweat.
• INTERVAL SETTING Step up to a more intense workout.
• MOUTAIN SETTING Take on the trainer's most challenging ride.
Each setting allows the unit's four rare earth magnets to move to a different controlled working diameter as centrifugal force pushes them away from the center. The farther away the magnet is from center, the higher the resistance. Spring-loaded magnets create a more desirable progressive resistance power curve. Because we designed the flywheel with more material on the outer surface, the SuperMagneto Pro delivers a smoother ride and more road-like feel. Precision-balanced fl ywheels add to the realism.
Bringing the Power of Riding Outside, Inside
Engineers, leading scientists, coaches and athletes have all worked together to develop the CycleOps Pro Series line of trainers. As the category leader for more than 10 years, we've refined our trainers to reflect everything we've learned about bringing the power of riding outside, inside.
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.
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Magazine reviews for CycleOps Super Magneto Pro Turbo Trainer
Review from Road Cycling UK
CycleOps has been one of the leading names in turbo trainers for the past decade, and its latest trainers could make the company hard to ignore if you're planning to buy a turbo this winter.
Released a few months ago, the Pro range consists of three brand-new trainers. RCUK got its hands on the £255 SuperMagneto Pro and set about putting it to the test to find out if the changes, of which there are many, cut the mustard.
The SuperMagneto Pro, first of all, features an all-new frame that is not only more user-friendly, but also more stable than CycleOps's previous long-standing designs. Their straight-out-of-the-box simplicity has always been an impressive trait, no spannering required, and now CycleOps have made it even more straight-forward to get up and riding.
Push-pins in the top of the frame securely lock it into place and prevent it shifting, while the left-hand leg now features a novel adjustable foot to get the trainer level even on wonky floorboards. It's now a lot easier to clamp the bike into the stand too, with a quick-lock cam lever that is both more ergonomic to use than the older iteration, but also makes for snappier setting up. And when you're done training, the whole lot packs down flatter than previous models, good for those in small flats.
While all these changes impress, it's the resistance unit that impresses the most. The SuperMagneto Pro relies on a magnetic-based unit with four selectable resistance settings, which range from spin, road, interval and mountain settings. The resistance is adjusted by simply turning the dial on the inside of the unit. Changes bring about noticeable increases in resistance on the bike, and now matter how hard a training session you're planning, there's plenty of resistance choices on offer.
And in use, it's really rather smooth. Manufacturers are increasingly seeking to make their trainers feel as close to the real deal as possible, and the Super is about as close as it must be possible to get. It feels like riding on a brand new and freshly Tarmac-ed road. There's a serious lack of noise too, handy for those sharing with less than catering to one's cycling obsession, though big intervals on the highest resistance level will get the unit whirring rather loudly.
With these changes CycleOps ensures its turbo trainers will remain a superb choice for many.
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