Cycling trainer with Google Maps (or similar)

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  1. springje

    springje New Member

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    I am new to cycling this past summer and am looking to buy an indoor trainer for the winter. Is there anything available at a reasonable price (sub $250) that has a feature for using Google Map data to plot a course to train on? If there isn't anything in that price range, how much would I be expecting to pay for that?

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  2. vspa

    vspa Active Member

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    1 K for a new one
     
  3. springje

    springje New Member

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    What brands/models should I be looking at for that then? $1k is a bit steep right now, but maybe not in a year or so
     
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    Elite, CycleOps, Tacx, take a look in Amazon for a general view and then go to their individual websites, what you want is really top of the line, standard trainers are closer to your budget,
     
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    Not sure where you're based but I think the Bkool trainer has this feature - can be bought for £360 online or approx $560.
     
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