Elite Boost Adapter

Elite Boost Adapter
Elite Boost Adapter
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Boost Adapter by Elite
Even though the trails are still covered in snow, that doesn't mean you can't still get after it on your home trainer with the help of the Elite Boost Adapter. This component adapts your Elite home trainer kit to fit your Boost frame.

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SKU: ELI001M
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