Feedback Sports Omnium Over-Drive Portable Trainer

Feedback Sports Omnium Over-Drive Portable Trainer
Feedback Sports Omnium Over-Drive Portable Trainer
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Omnium Over-Drive Portable Trainer by Feedback Sports
Weighing just 14 pounds, complete with a heavy-duty padded tote bag, and folding up small enough to fit smoothly into an overhead storage bin, the Feedback Sports Omnium Portable Trainer is versatile enough to use at home or take on the road. Setup is completely tool-free, thanks to the unique three-part folding design, and the Omnium's length and height can be adjusted to fit everything from the most slacked-out DH rig to a tight 'n' tidy crit machine. Similarly, the fork mount fits thru-axles and quick-release forks of all sizes--even Boost--and the magnetic Internal Progressive Resistance system provides smooth and even resistance that's as good for pre-race warmups as it is for putting in some winter base miles. It's virtually silent, too, so you can spin without driving your significant other or apartment neighbor totally nuts.

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