Tacx Skyliner Blue Front Wheel Support

Tacx Skyliner Blue Front Wheel Support
Tacx Skyliner Blue Front Wheel Support
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Skyliner Blue Front Wheel Support by Tacx
Greatly improve the stability of your front wheel while training with the Tacx Skyliner Blue Front Wheel Support. Suitable for road, mountain, and hybrid bikes, the Skyliner raises the front wheel to promote a more natural cycling position, and then can even be used as a handle to carry the trainer when your session is done.

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SKU: TAC0018
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