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INDOOR TRAINING


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ZYRO’S STOCK of training gear consists of items from both Minoura and Bryton. Minoura’s live Ride Series begins at £129.99 and will be bolstered this autumn with the new Live Ride 960 and Live Ride 340 trainers. Priced at £369.99 and £199.99 respectively, as with the LR 540 and 760 models, both new trainers are compatible with Minoura’s Live Training App, which delivers accurate power information to your handlebar mounted iPhone. The LR960 features Twin Neodymium magnets and a massive 2.7kg flywheel giving the ultimate work out and road like feel. The popular Minoura B-series trainers start at £129.99. From Bryton, the Rider 40 has been specifically developed with the


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COMING IN at £399, Elite’s Qubo trainer is a best-seller and serious bit of kit for the aspiring athlete. Requiring mains power, it’s designed


solely for indoor use. Thanks to the power supply, the rider is able to view an LCD screen, which displays speed, cadence,


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competitive road cyclist in mind. It is dedicated for performance driven users. Multiple training modes enable users to create specific training plans which can be fully analysed through the Bryton Sport website. The Rider 40 is designed to work with training Peaks nutrition and training software. The 40 costs £149.99 at retail. 01845 521700


distance, heart rate, cadence, time and wattage. The two-way ANT-coded head unit allows full control of the trainer from the bars, as well as on screen data delivery. The roller pressure doesn’t need to be


calibrated, the rider’s weight simply pushes the tyre into the roller, meaning automatic adjustment and easy set up. An advanced magnetic drive unit provides 16-


BKOOL IS a new concept in turbo training that connects you with routes and riders around the world. You can record your routes and then replicate them at home, share them with friends and compete with other Bkool users. The Android and Apple compatible app runs on your customer’s smartphone and records your outdoor ride speed, distance, altitude and maps your route. Once a ride is saved at Bkool.com, the


user may then ride it on a virtual Google Earth view, with route profiles visible alongside. Helmet camera footage can be uploaded to Bkool.com to allow for the virtual ride to become even more realistic. Over 80 video sessions are already online, and new routes such as


levels to play with and generates a wide range of resistances for all stages of the training programme. The package includes spare Q/R for those using Mavic or similar non- compatible Q/R skewers. The user can also download an app for use with Apple devices, allowing them to ride courses created by Google Maps. 01908 326000


Box Hill are due live shortly. An inertia reaction is built in to the trainer meaning a fluid and close to reality acceleration and deceleration. As part of any stock in deal, distributor


i-ride will also provide a free demo unit for in-store use. 01444 243000


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