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Old 12-19-12, 08:00 PM
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Cycleops 410 indoor trainer

I just bought one of these.

Man is it frustrating setting it up as I am not that great on the pc. Was hoping I could hear from other people have to say about these trainers.

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Old 12-20-12, 08:47 PM
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Ryan,

Looks like there aren't many fortunate enough to have a 410. What sort of issues have you encountered? And, if I can ask, do you already have a power equiped bike? If not, what lead you to the decission to invest in a 410, over getting an powertap or srm for your bike and a normal trainer?
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Hi Fred

No issues with the gear itself. Just the learning curve with all the pc stuff. The bike was decided upon so 2 of us could use it year round. Another reason as to not do our bikes on a trainer was simply not to put so many hours of wear and tear on the bikes. I am not equipped as of yet with power on my Roubaix but I hope to get one by this spring.
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