Kinetic Small Wheel Adapter

Kinetic Small Wheel Adapter
Kinetic Small Wheel Adapter
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Small Wheel Adapter by Kinetic
If you have a 650c tri-bike, a recumbent, or you want to install Junior on the trainer so you can live vicariously through his success come summer, bolt on the Kinetic Small Wheel Adapter. The Small Wheel Adapter bolts onto any Kinetic trainer, raising the resistance unit high enough to accommodate all wheels sizes down to 16 inches.

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SKU: KIN0009
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