Brand-X TT-01 Magnetic Turbo Trainer incl Riser £69.99 + Spend £5.01 more and get £10 off the total @ CRC  (Poss around £65 - See OP)
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Brand-X TT-01 Magnetic Turbo Trainer incl Riser £69.99 + Spend £5.01 more and get £10 off the total @ CRC (Poss around £65 - See OP)

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Found 16th May 2017
Okay, so possibly wrong time of the year for most... may be good to pop away for a literal rainy day or later in the year.

If you add to your basket, it's £69.99 and it works alongside the £10 off a £75 spend on clearance promo.(obviously when adding more to your basket) Whereas the Brand-X TT-02 Fluid Trainer doesn't work with the code. (£89.99 for that one)

Code - CLEAR2017

So if you make up the extra £5.01 pence, you can knock the price down even further. You pretty much can grab something for just over a fiver and take the price down to around £65 for both items. Seems a nice way to drop what looks a good price, down even more.

If you're looking for bits to make up the difference there are cycle parts / components from 8p Here as well as clothing items from £1.49 Here (a few socks, shirts, hats and other bits)

E.g - Add these DMT Podio 2.0 Casual Shoes with the turbo trainer and the total is £77.98, meaning you effectively get the shoes for £7.99.

Have a play around and see if there's anything that you like. I think the turbo trainer is already a pretty decent price anyway and only tried on the off chance.
http://chainreactioncycles.scene7.com/is/image/ChainReactionCycles/prod128154_IMGSET?wid=500&hei=505

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it's a rainy day today so a great deal
looks nice, heat added, thanks!
quick question. I've got a carera crossfire hybrid. will it work on that?
Could do with four of these for driving lessons
tdk2bu

quick question. I've got a carera crossfire hybrid. will it work on that?



Dont see why not if it has quick release wheels, it will be noisy though unless you have slick tyres.
frakison

Dont see why not if it has quick release wheels, it will be noisy though … Dont see why not if it has quick release wheels, it will be noisy though unless you have slick tyres.



Lmao I thought you were on about the tug toners oO
Can you use these with Zwift? What sort do you need to use on Zwift if not?
Save yourself some money and ride your bike outside like a normal person. You'll get much fitter than sitting at home on it eating cakes X)
SFconvert

Can you use these with Zwift? What sort do you need to use on Zwift if … Can you use these with Zwift? What sort do you need to use on Zwift if not?


You can use any on zwift, but with this you will need speed/ant sensor and a bike computer as extras
frakison

Dont see why not if it has quick release wheels, it will be noisy though … Dont see why not if it has quick release wheels, it will be noisy though unless you have slick tyres.



cheers, yeah it has quick release wheels, any reason why I would need that? do I not just strap the bike in etc and jump on?
Excellent. Might get one for my electric bike.
tdk2bu

cheers, yeah it has quick release wheels, any reason why I would need … cheers, yeah it has quick release wheels, any reason why I would need that? do I not just strap the bike in etc and jump on?


On most trainers you replace the quick release skewer with one that comes with the trainer and attach the trainer to that.
Might be worth investing in a dedicated trainer tyre. If you only have one bike and use a trainer a lot, a spare wheel for use with the trainer is a good idea.
tdk2bu

cheers, yeah it has quick release wheels, any reason why I would need … cheers, yeah it has quick release wheels, any reason why I would need that? do I not just strap the bike in etc and jump on?



What basergorkobal said
If you're buying something like this, and think you will actually use it often, I'd recommend spending a bit more for something a bit better. Smart trainers aren't that expensive, and are worth the extra; I think anyway.
This will work, but it's going to feel a bit cheap and rubbish.
Check out DCrainmaker's website for a ton of info on trainers if you are interested.
Edited by: "Radec" 17th May 2017
This is a great deal however as radec says if you think you will use this a lot you probably will like the ipad/windows programs trainer road/zwift/sufferfest/virtual training etc its worth getting a smart trainer. I have one not a mega expensive one tacx vortex and its addictive esp with those programs.
a spare wheel for turbo trainer if you only have one bike is a good idea too or buy a cheap road bike for the turbo where weight streamline doesnt matter
looks like price just dropped to £59.99 unless I'm looking at it wrong
Yes still stating £59.99.
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