CycleOps

Cycleops M2 Smart Trainer

Smart trainers are the best thing that’s happened to indoor cycling in a long while. Gone are the boring hours spent staring at a wall and just spinning the legs. With devices like the M2 Smart Trainer from CycleOps you can get in some meaningful training, maybe even arguably better than on the open roads.

Cycleops H2 Direct Drive Smart Trainer

Power up your indoor winter training, or year around for that matter, with the H2 Direct Drive Smart Trainer from CycleOps. Packed with the latest technology, it'll turn your pain cave from the mundane spin into a legit training studio that'll provide results. Quit staring at the wall or watching Tour videos on repeat from 15-years ago when the weather is bad and enjoy the benefits of today's smart trainers.

CycleOps Climbing Block

  • For a stable, worry-free ride in any rear-mounted trainer.
  • Unique 3-level design lets you select the level of difficulty.
  • Stack two blocks to simulate climbing workouts.
  • Injection-molded construction is virtually indestructible.
  • Use 2 blocks for 12 different adjustment levels. Patents issued and pending.

CycleOps Leveling Block

Ditch that old phone book and instead use this Cycleops Leveling Block instead. It firmly grips the front wheel of your bike and holds it firmly in place and keeps your bike level when using a rear mounted trainer. A simple but very effective upgrade to your indoor training set up.

Cycleops Basic Mag Trainer

If you're looking for an easy way to train indoors for the upcoming race and sportive season, then the Basic Mag Trainer has something for you. Wonderfully simple and minimalist, this indoor trainer is quick and easy to set-up so you can get training right away. Simply connect the trainer to the rear wheel of your bike, hop on and pedal away. Plus, the Mag comes with five adjustable levels of resistance so you can adapt every ride to your liking.

Cycleops Basic Fluid Trainer

The Fluid bike trainer can help you do just that, no matter the season, schedule or time of day. Featuring fluid progressive resistance to match your effort, this fluid indoor trainer is quiet and conveniently, doesn't require adjustment. Plus, the Fluid comes with a durable, foldable and eye-catching yellow trainer frame. The progressive resistance offers a realistic road-like feel.

Cycleops H2 Smart Trainer

The new Cycleops H2 Smart Trainer. Available now!

How the Cycleops Hammer is made!

An insider’s look at how the casting for the Hammer smart trainer is made here in Madison.

The CycleOps Magnus Smart Trainer

The Magnus has integrated dual ANT+ FE-C and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies, allowing any cyclist to connect to their favorite virtual training software program, such as CycleOps VirtualTraining and Zwift, and workout how they want, with the technology they want, when they want.

INDOOR VS OUTDOOR CYCLING: ENERGY EXPENDITURE

For many cyclists, 'tis the season to move workouts inside on the trainer. We all are aware of the convenience, environmental conditions, and safety differences of riding inside versus outside but this article will specifically highlight the nutritional differences between saddling-up outside versus inside.

When it comes to the major nutritional differences, there are really only two main messages: energy expenditure and hydration.

ENERGY EXPENDITURE

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