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Old 06-29-13, 12:16 PM   #1
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Fluid Trainers??

I live car free and cycle not for speed but for transportation over hills that most people do not like. I need a trainer to keep my heart in good shape when I am not on the road. At 64 I still have good legs and want to make them better.

So I need a good fluid trainer. But are any better than others? I do not need any fancy junk like videos.
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Old 06-29-13, 12:27 PM   #2
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Kurt Kinetic is suggested by most. I have one and like it. Quiet and durable.
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Old 06-29-13, 12:42 PM   #3
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Does the Cycleops trainer have more fluid in it? maybe it doesn't matter?

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