Trainers

CycleOps Fluid 2

  • Average price:$252.06
  • Average user rating:
    (4.5)
  • Would buy again from this company: 16 (94%)
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date: January 16, 2014
review by: joeydragon
(5)

Rocks!

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date: January 14, 2014
review by: rharrington14
(4.7)

Great product, great for indoors. I live in Washington State where it rains the majority of winter, so it's nice to stay indoors and ride my bike. I haven't had it that long but I have enjoyed the workouts I have done.

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date: November 22, 2013
review by: bpahl
(4)

great quality machine that has simple assembly.

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date: February 8, 2011
review by: jahopewell
(4.7)

This is a great trainer for the money. For me it was between this one and the Kurt Kinetic Road Machine. I chose this because other reviews said it was good, it was a bit cheaper than the Road Machine, and I was able to purchase it locally, which I would not have been able to do with the Kurt Kinetic.

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date: January 24, 2011
review by: littycm
(4.6)

I had a gym-type exercise bike from my knee rehab days. Considered a SPin Bike, but this was less expensive by far and gave me proper positioning on my real bike.

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date: December 30, 2009
review by: kweezen
(4.3)

Happy with my purchase.

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date: February 18, 2009
review by: cusetri
(4.6)

great trainer that is quiet and solid.

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date: February 17, 2009
review by: ericcooper
(4.6)

Although it was pricey, I really like this trainer. It collapses nicely, is lightweight, and is very very quiet. Its very easy to get your bike on and off, just a flip of the quick release on the side.

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date: November 11, 2008
review by: derekm2j
(4.5)

For the winter months a quality indoor trainer is a great thing to have for someeone training for a race or anyone who just wants to stay in shape.

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date: June 13, 2008
review by: kenj
(4)

I would recommend this trainer as a no frills way to keep the bike fitness up in the off season. The price is reasonable for what I have found to be a good solid piece of equipment.

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date: April 20, 2008
review by: bohologo
(4.7)

Compared to the Minoura in the same range, this trainer is much, much better.

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date: April 2, 2008
review by: tealeaf
(2.4)

If you are looking for a fluid trainer, I would recommend staying away from this one... the Kurt Kinetic Road Machine is comparable in price, does not leak, and the legs fold for storage, if you need to store it away when not in use.

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date: March 15, 2008
review by: emzman
(5)

As I mentioned, this is my first trainer so I really can't compare to others. The sales rep said that this the top selling trainer at the store, so I bought it. Originally, I was going to buy the magnetic trainer, but he said the fluid trainers are much quieter and the fact that you don't have to get off the bike to change resistance. This is something I would definitely recommend to anyone.

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date: December 22, 2007
review by: jdwright56
(4.6)

Overall, a terrifc product. Stores very compactly and sets up easily. Rides very well. Make sure your tires are inflated to the proper psi or the ride will not be good.

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date: December 22, 2007
review by: aarondavidson
(4.8)

I love the trainer, and will easily put on a few thousand miles this winter.

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Buyers clubFluid 2
  • 175 people use
  • 5944 workouts logged
  • 123727.59 miles / 8792.69 hours logged