Old 01-15-10, 01:45 PM
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Not if it is a standard trainer that you clamp your rear wheel into. Mounting it loose will just give the possibility of the bike popping out of the trainer. I seem to remember seeing somewhere a regular looking trainer mounted on a curved platform to allow some movement.

As far as sensory input, it probably does factor quite a bit into it . I do find when I have a good movie in the DVD player I ride longer on the trainer.
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