The Cycleops Magnus Smart Trainer features an electromagnetic resistance unit that adjusts automatically according to virtual training environments like Cycleops VirtualTraining App, Zwift, TrainerRoad, and more. Built-in ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 connects to compatible cycling computers and smart devices for wireless data transmission, resistance control, and firmware updates, and the sturdy Classic frame utilizes a 2" roller and easy-to-use clutch knob that dials in the perfect tension against the tire every time.
Resistance operation requires connection to standard 110V household power. Claimed weight is approximately 25 lbs.
- Electromagnetic resistance ensures most responsive resistance and maximum power available
- Integrated dual ANT+ FE-C and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies
- Transmits power and speed data
- PowerTuned using PowerTap technology for ±5% accuracy power readings
- 1500 watt peak resistance
- Compatible with a wide variety of devices and virtual training application, including CycleOps VirtualTraining, Zwift, TrainerRoad, and others
- CycleOps foldable Classic frame with spring loaded, bolt-action lever
- Noise level is a quiet 69 decibels at 20 mph
- Features clutch knob for perfect roller to tire tension each ride
- Precision-machined alloy 2" roller reduces tire wear and slippage
- Eccentric leveling feet allow for easy adjustment on uneven surfaces
- 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. Optional thru-axle adapter available for 142x12mm and 148x12mm
- Compatible with 650b, 700c, 26", 27", and 29" wheel sizes - up to a 2.0" tire
- Does not fit 650c wheel sizes, nor all 29er tires.Tested to the combined weight (rider and bike) of 300 lbs
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