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Old 04-25-14, 01:10 PM   #1
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Adjust the resistance on a 1UP trainer?

I got a 1UP trainer from a friend and it didn't come with the manual. I set it up last night for the first time and couldn't figure out how to adjust the resistance. There seems to be a gap between the rotating disk and the fixed plate with the friction pad (see attached pic). So it's not providing any friction. I wonder if the pad has been worn out?

I would shift the gear to increase the resistance. The only problem is my bike is a fixie. Thanks.
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