Turbo trainers

....cheap as possible

5 messages
04/09/2003 at 16:39
Looking to buy a turbo trainer (if that's what they're called) so that I can do a bit of indoor bike training. Had a look on the web but saw one priced at £10 and another at £125.

Not really bothered on technical stuff - just looking for summit that will keep the bike stationary.

Once I've seen them then I can focus on the important things of colour and what to call it obviously.

cougie    pirate
04/09/2003 at 16:44
Second hand is cheapest. And I'd go for fluid or magnetic resistance. Not fan ones, as they are waaaaay too loud.

(Mines called Tubby the Turbo)

((I shouldn't share all these things with you should I ?))
04/09/2003 at 16:48
Cougie, you've always shared so much about what you do on Tubby so why stop now?
cougie    pirate
04/09/2003 at 16:59
Intimate secrets ya see. I hope Tubby won't feel betrayed...
04/09/2003 at 17:15
Just give him an extra good shining and he'll be OK.

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