trainer- magnetic Vs Fluid



Status
Not open for further replies.
M

M. Atta

Guest
Which is the better trainer as i am looking at puchasing one for warm ups & intervals for my boys
who do track.....

Regards
 
H

Hippy

Guest
"M. Atta" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> Which is the better trainer as i am looking at puchasing one for warm
ups &
> intervals for my boys who do track.....

In _my_ experience, magnetic is easier to come by and cheaper. For interval work and warm ups I
think the mag trainer might be a little more compact/easier to carry? The actual resistance
shouldn't matter, at least for the warmup...

Better to read some of these posts and decide: http://www.bikeline.com/feature/trainer/ http://www.cyclingforums.com/showthread/t-
83304.html http://www.triathloncoach.com/faq.html#mag_trainer

hth hippy
 
M

M. Atta

Guest
Thanks very much
:)

"hippy" <[email protected]Mbigpond.com> wrote in message news:[email protected]
server.bigpond.net.au...
> "M. Atta" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> > Which is the better trainer as i am looking at puchasing one for warm
> ups &
> > intervals for my boys who do track.....
>
> In _my_ experience, magnetic is easier to come by and cheaper. For interval work and warm ups I
> think the mag trainer might be a little more compact/easier to carry? The actual resistance
> shouldn't matter, at least for the warmup...
>
> Better to read some of these posts and decide: http://www.bikeline.com/feature/trainer/ http://www.cyclingforums.com/showthread/t-
> 83304.html http://www.triathloncoach.com/faq.html#mag_trainer
>
> hth hippy
 
Status
Not open for further replies.