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Elite Travel Block
$15.00
The Travel Block balances your bicycle by raising the front wheel, helping you find the most comfortable position for training. - Accessory for all home trainers - Raises the front wheel, giving a better position for training - Adaptable for road bikes and MTBs
Elite Protec Plus
$50.00
Protects the bicycle from sweat and avoids corrosions or rust. - Prevents an accumulation of sweat on the frame and components that would lead to corrosion or affect the finish - Sits above the top-tube and can be adjusted for different bicycles - Washing-machine friendly
Kinetic Riser Ring
$50.00
Kinetic's Riser Ring lets you level your bike when you're riding on your trainer. Plus, there are 3 other steps that let you simulate climbing by elevating the front wheel. The Riser Ring is simple to use and stable for excellent support. - Designed for the following Kinetic trainers: the Road Machine, Magnetic, and Cyclone
CycleOps Magnetic Remote Shifter
$52.00
CycleOps' Magnetic Remote Shifter is for use with CycleOps' standard Mag trainers. It allows you to adjust the resistance without leaving the saddle and fits on your stem or handlebars.
Wahoo Blue SC Speed/Cadence Sensor (BT/ANT+)
$99.00
The Wahoo BlueSC speed and cadence sensor transforms your phone into a powerful cycling computer. Using Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ technology, it tracks cycling speed, cadence, and distance which can be paired with your favorite cycling app including Strava and Zwift, or paired to your bike computer. It's weatherproof, small with a low drag profile, and comes with a rubber band and zip tie mounts. - Both ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart capabilities allow for a wireless connection to both smartphones and GPS devices. - No tangled wires on your bike to connect the sensor to your device. - Provides accurate speed data during your ride - Provides accurate cadence data during your ride - BlueSC comes with a rubber band mount and zip tie mount. - The Blue SC sensor will fit with most bikes and frame sizes
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