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Old 11-07-02, 05:23 AM
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sistinas
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Trainer! But that's only because exercise bicycles have always done a number on my back for some reason - I'm short and can never get them to "fit" right. The trainer has also helped me pay attention to my pedaling style and position on my own bike.

I have the same setup that Roadbuzz does (the Performance Travel Trac Millenium with an adjustable fluid resistance) and I'd have to agree that the adjustable resistance / "grade" is pretty useless. It's definitely a solid piece of equipment though, and mine came with a computer that provides information about distance, speed, power output, and some other things. It's not super duper loud (I can use it when my roommates are asleep without bothering them) and it's very easy to set up. I got it on sale for about $250 and I think the regular price is around $300.
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