Kurt Kinetic's Skewer is an affordable, steel quick-release that perfectly fits into all Kurt Kinetic trainers. Use it instead of your nice aluminum quick release so it stays in pristine condition. • 130mm width
$54.99 - $74.99
Kurt Kinetic's 12mm Traxle Through-Axle lets you attach your mountain bike to a Kinetic trainer without changing the original skewer. Three different thread pitches ensure a perfect fit for whichever axle you're using.
Kinetic's Riser Ring lets you level your bike when you're riding on your trainer. Plus, there are 3 other steps that let you simulate climbing by elevating the front wheel. The Riser Ring is simple to use and stable for excellent support. - Designed for the following Kinetic trainers: the Road Machine, Magnetic, and Cyclone
Wahoo USB ANT+ dongle Kit connects KICKR, KICKR SNAP and other ANT+ enabled devices to a Mac or PC. The 3-foot extension cord extends the USB ANT+ transmitter away from the computer and towards the connected device to avoid signal interference.
Get the natural feel of riding outside when you use Kurt Kinetic's Turntable Riser Ring in conjunction with Kurt Kinetic's Rock and Roll trainer (sold separately). The Turntable Riser Ring elevates your front wheel so you get a more natural riding position, and thanks to the swiveling base, you can use your most natural pedal stroke.
$339.99 $399.99 15% Off
The Galaxia and Antares are Tacx’s contribution to the popularity of track racing. Many world champions don’t go anywhere without their Tacx rollers. During their warming-up and training sessions they use the rollers to maintain their speed and suppleness, essential tools for a track cyclist. The Tacx rollers have a state of the art design. Thanks to the conical rollers your ride is extra stable, so you can focus even more on your goals in training: improving your fitness and pedal stroke and maintaining your speed. Revolutionary swing system These revolutionary Tacx rollers move with the rider. He can make sprints, stretch his legs and stand on the pedals without having to be afraid to fall. He can move more freely, because training on the Galaxia approaches the natural feeling of the road. Thanks to the kinetic energy that is created during accelerating, the trainer moves forward. When slowing down, the trainer moves backward again. This invention is so unique that is has been patented by Tacx. The Galaxia ‘swing system’ might look a little unsteady at first sight, but it has the opposite effect: thanks to this novelty the rider can stay on the rollers more easily.
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