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wahoo kickr snap turbo trainer

Wahoo’s Kickr direct drive turbo trainer has been widely praised for its realistic ride feel, but at nearly £1000 it’s a pricy item. The Snap is Wahoo’s lower priced offering,…

£499.99
Score 8

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The Wahoo KICKR has an ever-growing list of compatible apps, making it one of the most comprehensive trainers available for compatible open source software. Apps and training websites like Zwift…

£950.00
Score 9

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The standout feature of the CycleOps Magneto Trainer is the progressive resistance unit which adjusts resistance depending on your speed – a first for a magnetic trainer. In effect this…

£225.00
Score 7

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Turbo-training is not the most attractive proposition at the best of times, but when it involves a perpetual whooshing noise and a complete lack of road-like feel, it becomes the…

£219.99
Score 9

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Minoura has a great track record when it comes to turbos, being instrumental in the development of magnetic trainers for over a quarter of a century. The Minoura LR340 sits…

£199.99
Score 7

Tacx, Turbo trainer test

The Tacx Blue Motion T2600 resides at the lower end of the turbo trainer price spectrum, possessing fewer features than premium models. However, the lower price doesn’t mean it is poor…

£199.99
Score 8

Kinetic by Kurt Rock n Roll trainer

We’ve seen a big shift towards using home trainers, mainly down to how busy we all are. Bike rides take up much of the day and so a simple hour…

£449.99
Score 8

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Sitting just below the top of Elite’s range, the Elite Realaxiom CT is a great way of transforming indoor training into a much more enjoyable process. With a choice of…

£743.03
Score 9

Vittoria Zaffiro Pro

With the unpredictable weather we’ve been having, it’s a good idea to have a contingency plan in the shape of your old turbo trainer. It’s not the nicest way to…

£18.99
Score 10