Posted: November 25th, 2013 | Filed under: Accessories, Featured, Products, Trainers | 1 Comment »
That’s right, it is officially, unequivocally and almost certainly winter. Pay no heed to these so-called “calenders” that say the first day of winter is December 21st, IT’S DARK. IT’S WET. IT’S COLD. For some, that means it’s time to fold up the jersey, hang up the helmet and pack up the bike until the sun starts to keep it’s head above the skyline past 4 pm again.
But it doesn’t have to be.
We’ve got a wide variety of cycling trainers to suit all needs and skill levels that will let you ride in the comfort and warmth of your own home. Stick around after the jump for a handful of helpful visuals with a special guest appearance from everyone’s favorite mannequin, Manny. Read More »
Posted: October 7th, 2011 | Filed under: Products, Trainers | Tags: bike thong, climing block, CycleOps, Fluid, Fluid2, indoor Trainer, Mag, Magneto, Mat, riser, trainer | No Comments »
Even though it’s October (!), it’s hard to believe that the cold, wet months are just around the bend. The weather is great and perfect riding, but it won’t be for long. We hate rain on your parade, but you know that soon enough there will be a morning too wet or an evening too dark to ride. That’s when you’ll look to your trainer and be glad you got a CycleOps at Bicycle Therapy.
Known for their smoothness and dependability, CycleOps Trainers are some of the few things people ask for by name. We’ve got three models in stock to suit all needs and budgets, along with all the essential accessories. All the models – Fluid2, Magneto, and Mag – come with the RealRides RaceDayTraining DVD to help focus your workouts. Whether you’re buying your first trainer or you’ve already got one, you probably need a Trainer Mat to keep things quiet and in place, a Climbing Riser Block to change things up, and/or a Bike Thong to keep the bike clean and your phone and remote close at hand. Check out our selection after the jump and stop in, call, or email for more info.
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