- Elite Crono Mag Speed Alu Trainer
Elite Crono Mag Speed Alu Trainer
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Elite Crono Mag Speed is a superb trainer at a highly competitive price that offers superb value for those looking for an easily portable lightweight trainer that's ideal for getting started or for pre-race warm-ups.
Top Features of the Elite Crono Mag Speed Alu Trainer
- Elite's sleek Crono frame uses rider weight to push the tyre into the roller
- No need for calibration for reducing set-up time
- Handlebar mounted remote resistance adjuster
- Includes spare Q/R for those using Mavic or similar non-compatible Q/R skewer
- Compatible with wheels size from 26 inches to 700C
- Maintenance free
- 5 levels of resistance
- Adjustable resistance with hand lever
With the Crono trainer, setup is easy. Just simple place your rear wheel into the handle assembly, lock into place, and push back so the rear wheel hits the resistance roller. The rider body weight then forces the tyre firmly onto the roller thus creating the friction (resistance).
Please read the Wiggle review of the Elite Crono Mag Speed written by a member of staff.
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 Elite brand
The story of Elite has continued for more than thirty years and is made of successes and new discoveries which always start from the work of engineers, technicians, market men, cycling enthusiasts and also insight.
All the new products launched on the market are the result of internal research and there are now about three hundred.
These products are tested by world’s most important professional teams. In fact, the Pro Teams sponsored by the Fontaniva firm have won the Tour de France, Tour of Italy, World Championships and many world cycling races, and have accompanied the victories of riders such as Chris Froome , Bradley Wiggins, , Mark Cavendish, Cadel Evans , Ivan Basso , Miguel Indurain, Marco Pantani and many other champions.
Elite currently sponsors more than half of the world’s professional teams.
The work is like a bicycle ride. It is only by continuing to ride, pushing hard uphill and enjoying the descent, that allows us to go ahead with ever greater satisfaction.
This is our creed. Ride with us.
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If you have a spare wheel, a turbo tyre is a good buy as it will last longer and should be quieter. If you don't have a spare wheel, then swapping tyres is more hassle than it's worth in my opinion.
If it helps, my idea of interval training is a 5 minute warm up followed by 10 x 30 second sprints each separated by 1 minute medium pace active recovery, finishing off with a 10 minute medium pace warm down.
There is a big swing from level 1 to 5 (in my opinion) so in my experience you get a cleaner jump by flicking from, say, level 2 to level 4, as the resistance change is immediate. Likewise, you get the immediate drop off at the end of your interval and can still adjust your gears too.
Mine is going strong after 4 years and, whilst I'm always tempted by new, fancy tech (e.g Elite Quobo with power and programmes), there's not really anything I can't do with this.
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