Elite Thru Axle Adapter

Elite Thru Axle Adapter
Elite Thru Axle Adapter
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Thru Axle Adapter by Elite
Get more out of your home training sessions with the Elite Thru Axle Adapter. This adapter kit makes Elite trainers compatible with bikes with 10mm and 12mm diameter through-bolts on the rear wheel.

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SKU: ELI001L
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