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Old 02-20-09, 05:22 AM   #1
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TacX Satori - back wheel question

Hi folks,

I recently bought a tacx satori for training and have been attending some pretty heavy training sessions on it. I've noticed that when i do standing climbs the back wheel moves quite a lot, roughly about an inch, as the trainer flexes.

Is this normal for the trainer? I've tried tightening the grip on the wheel and it seems lock in pretty tight it just doesn't feel 100% safe when i'm really pushing hard. My bike is a giant tcr-2 performance and is pretty flexy as well, so this might be contributing to it.

I was previously using a TacX Swing which didn't have any give in it at all. Any one have any experience with the satori at all?

thanks for the help!
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