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Minoura V130 Indoor Turbo Trainer with Free Specialized Speed Computer £139.99 @ Cyclestore(RRP 199.99)
Minoura V130 Indoor Turbo Trainer with Free Specialized Speed Computer £139.99 @ Cyclestore(RRP 199.99)

Minoura V130 Indoor Turbo Trainer with Free Specialized Speed Computer £139.99 @ Cyclestore(RRP 199.99)

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Good price for a mid-level turbo trainer from a reputable make and it comes with a free computer worth about £20. Next best price I can find is 160, without the computer.

Also 4% quidco.


The minoura v130 indoor turbo trainer inc - free speed computer from cyclestore.co.uk

The V130 features Minoura’s patented technology.
• Super smooth and quiet freewheel
• 464 watts of resistance
• 7 levels of remote resistance
• Foldable U-shaped frame for increased stability
• Quick release clamp
• Virtual flywheel weight of 1.5kg

Specialized Speed Zone Elite Computer

Easy to use and easy to install wired cadence computer that delivers unsurpassed reliability with a unique definable interface.
FEATURES:
An exceptional addition to your collection of training tools
All the same features as the SpeedZone Sport model, plus:
Temperature
2nd wheel compatibility
Cadence
Max. cadence
Avg. cadence

4 Comments

Stupid question - do you connect your own bike to it or what..
They also have another model at £107.99.
Edited by: "portobello_by_the_sea" 4th Jul 2012

portobello_by_the_sea

Stupid question - do you connect your own bike to it or what..They also … Stupid question - do you connect your own bike to it or what..They also have another model at £107.99.



Yes you do ... worth getting a spare back wheel, crank set and turbo tyre to save your good one

Worse case, just get a turbo tyre

Good deal. I have a Blackburn trainer which is terrific, pairing it with a rear wheel computer is a great deal. Not usually a deal for the summer but this mixed weather means I'm still using mine.

Oh, and I'm using my normal Vittoria Rubino tyres on it but I find if you let a little air out it grips the flywheel fine and is more forgiving on the tyre.
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