- PSA Bkool Classic trainer £210 ends tonight
I just did a quick Google – the power reading is a guesstimate, so I’d not get one if that bothers you. With Zwift and things out there I wonder if there are better options, that said, it is cheap. That is the manufacturer doing them cheap makes me think they’re either about to release a new one, or they’ve sold really badly.Posted 4 years agodudeofdoomSubscriber
Yep adjusts resistance on the workout…and you get the 12 month sub.
Only had quick a play last night but seems to be a fun way of training….could see it being a lot of fun an addictive as you end up riding against real people so if you like strava I think you’d enjoy this.Posted 4 years ago
Yeah it adjusts automatically. You can do velodrome races and it will ease off the resistance if you are drafting someone. Or ride one of the previous uploaded video routes Eg an alpine pass and it will adjust resistance according to the hill.
Can even make you own route from a gpx file, upload it and the software will generate a simulated scenery to ride through but alter resistance on the hills.
Also as mentioned, race others live or previous best times, or race against computer opponents.
Mine came yesterday just set it up and had a quick play, definitely the best indoor turbo experience I’ve had. Doesn’t beat outside, but quite looking forward to some miserable weather now so I can get on it!Posted 4 years ago
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