Kurt Kinetic inRide review

  • Price Paid:$220.00
  • User rating:
  • Would buy again from this company: Yes
  • Used product for: 10 months
  • # of logged workouts:

"I am very happy with this prodcut and would recommend if you don't have the means to get an expensive power meter. To get some wattage data for a couple hundred bucks is hard to beat. "genking


Installs very easy - just follow the instructions to make sure the sensor is close enough (which it is if you follow directions) to the flywheel


Pretty easy to setup - download the app and follow the setup instructions therein.


indoor trainer product so no issues


tried with 2 slightly different tri-bikes, can't make manual adjustments for each bike


Sure, you can't take it with you outside but for the price it's a steal.


matched the inRide against another Heart Monitor and speed/cadence sensors. At first the cadence on this product was way off, too low, but subsequent app updates late 2013 have helped a great deal - now they are very close

For those who cannot afford to buy a power meter, this is a great product. Easy to use, no hassle setup. When the workout is done, you can upload to Training Peaks (and some other sites) with a tap of the screen. Batteries change easily and recalibration quick.

Most obvious is that you are out of luck when you aren't on the trainer. Also, I wish you could (or maybe it's not supposed to matter) make adjustments for different bikes.

Buyers clubKinetic inRide
  • 6 people use
  • 20 workouts logged
  • 413.9 miles / 29.02 hours logged