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Old 06-08-12, 06:59 AM   #1
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Which trainer for me?

Ok guys and gals,
I have been wanting a trainer, esp since here in South Georgia we have rain most days in the afternoon so I can’t ride after work.

I just realized that we have a program at work that will reimburse you up to $250 a year for workout equipment for the home. I had forgotten all about it.

I have no clue about these trainers, so which one should I get? I am looking at the Fluid Nashbar model with accessory kit for $199, but I have no clue about the fluid trainers? I would assume that the magnetic trainers would last longer.

What kind of warranty’s do these trainers carry, and which model would you recommend to me?

PS – I have a 1992 Trek 830 set up for commuting with 26” x 1.5” Panaracer street tires.
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