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There is no reason why you can not exercise with your bike when the outside weather is bad, this magnetic resistance bike trainer converts your bike into an indoor cycling trainer. It offer effective indoor training in a stiff, well supported steel frame. This Trainer is easy to set up with almost any bike--including road and mountain bikes with a 26", 27" or 700c wheel. Fine-tune to your wheel and tire size with the micro-adjust knob. As you pedal the internal magnet creates resistance, with 5 levels of resistance. And you can change them right from your handle bars.
I currently have a regular bike. But for the winter months I would like to purchase a stand that elevates the back wheel so I can work out inside. Does anyone know of such a product, and if I could buy one online??
Ebay is one place. Online energy stores sell devices to reduce the carbon footprint while peddling at home
Need to buy an attachment to make my bike stationary for the winter. #bikelife
Hospital wards receive brand new equipment 07/17/14, via Nuneaton News League of Friends volunteers Elaine Breeze, Janet Shand and Pauline Millerchip with Jane Bell and Vicky Grice with the new exercise bike for the physiotherapy department. A total of £7,229.23 was used to spend on an attachment for shoulder surgery.
For Pirates' Taillon, 'the progress is neat to follow' 06/29/14, via Tribune-Review Taillon arrives at Pirate City by 7 a.m., rides a stationary bike to get his heart pumping, then begins his laundry list of about 20 custom-designed exercises for his shoulder, elbow, forearm, elbow and grip strength. The arm work alone takes about two
How to Make a Stationary Bike Attachment | eHow.com How to Make a Stationary Bike Attachment. To store your bicycle upright and stationary you will need to use an attachment, such as a stand. This is also known as a ...