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Old 07-24-11, 06:27 PM   #1
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Pro form tour de france

Anyone have the pro form tour de france trainer? Looks like a great idea, being able to program any ride you want into it. My question, which I can't find answered on their web site, is does it have a freewheel? Most of these types of indoor trainers do not, if the wheel is moving your feet are moving, but a few of them have a freewheel. Anyone know of this model? Thanks
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I'm trying to find out the dimensions and weight for this trainer.
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everyone seems to think it sucks or the company.

http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...tour+de+france
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