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Fluid² is the best-selling trainer in the USA.
PowerTuned for optimal road-like feel.
Fluid resistance unit provides a quiet and consistent ride.
Noise level at 20 mph is super quiet 64-68 decibels.
Large, individually precision-balanced flywheel allows for improved road-like feel.
Self-cooling mechanisms including a patented fan design keeps the unit performing better, longer.
Eccentric leveling feet allow for easy adjustment on uneven surfaces.
Comes on the CycleOps foldable Classic frame with spring loaded, bolt-action lever.
Precision-machined alloy roller reduces tire wear and slippage.
Features clutch knob for perfect roller to tire tension each ride.
2" resistance unit roller allows for 650b, 700c, 26", 27" and 29" wheel sizes.
This trainer is designed to fit common road and mountain bike frames with included steel quick release skewer and has three settings for rear dropout spacing: 120mm, 130mm and 135mm.
Trainer tire recommended.
CycleOps VirtualTraining compatible.
|What's In The Box|
Classic series frame
Fluid2 resistance unit
Bolt action kit
Resistance unit hardware
Quick release skewer
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VirtualTraining two week free trial
The #1 selling trainer in the world just got better. The all new redesigned Fluid2 trainer.
Stop logging junk miles and start employing our exclusive PowerTuned technology—the result of scientific and athletic collaboration. Now riding the trainer feels more like riding on the road because your wheel accelerates and decelerates on an infinite resistance curve, just like it does outside.
Professional cyclists and renowned scientist Allen Lim worked together to develop a power curve based on a hybrid of road and time trial positions, finding the point at which a speed of 25 mph overlaps with an output of 400 watts.
This point of overlap is where the optimal power curve resides and is the basis for PowerTuned technology. By training on a PowerTuned curve, you benefit from the most true-to-life speed verses power contingency, no matter what speed you ride at.