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Stable, worry free ride in any rear mounted trainer 3-level design lets you select the level of difficulty Stack 2 blocks to simulate climbing workouts 2 blocks = 12 different adjustment levels
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.Rated 5 out of 5 by mjminphilly Nice training addition Nic addition to my trainer. 21 October 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Biker Great Product Worked great. 23 September 2016Rated 3 out of 5 by Tom Durable product Not overly pleased having challanges getting comfortable ridding. Very rough, front block is higher than if i was ridding on the roadway. 04 April 2016Rated 5 out of 5 by Alma Grand Prix Relatively inexpensive and very stable If you own a trainer (it doesn't matter the brand...) you need a riser block. This is one of those invaluable pieces of equipment that will help to make your training rides more comfortable, plus it'll make the front end of your bike more stable, as this pretty firmly keeps the front wheel from twisting during hard efforts. 09 December 2014Rated 5 out of 5 by howard11792 Sturdy and Well Designed I've had the Climbing Riser Block since I purchased my PowerTap five years ago. I love it. Easy to adjust incline for your training sessions. I live in the mountains and climb all summer. It's nice to be able to put the additional load on your legs during the training season. You can also ride it in the flat position when warming up or getting ready for at TT. This unit is a nice complement to the PowerTap. 08 December 2014Rated 4 out of 5 by SrLopez Works well I use this product with my fluid 2 trainer. It is stable, durable, and effective. I don't think it adds any value for "climbing." 08 December 2014Rated 5 out of 5 by carpediemracing Super durable, solid, what you want I ride the trainer a lot, like half my hours annually. I've raced every season for over 30 years and I started using a trainer the second year I raced. I'll do up to 5.5 hour rides on the trainer and many/most of my trainer rides in the last 10 or so years are 90-120 minutes long. Part of what makes for a pleasant trainer ride is solid support for the front tire/wheel. This block is my favorite, and I've tried a few. It's really solid and strong (a different block I tried collapsed), it's wide enough not to rock or move, and even on some exercise mats (my trainer/block sit on exercise mats) it makes the bike feel like it's anchored to the floor. I don't use the climbing feature so I typically have the tire in the lowest / level tire well. 08 December 2014Rated 5 out of 5 by test123 Perfect, simple riser These climbing blocks are a simple design that is simple to use, stackable and very sturdy/stable plastic. You need to purchase either at least one climbing block or one level with your trainer to level out the front wheel of your bike. The store I went to didn't sell the levels that are on this site, so I bought the climbing block. A benefit of the climbing block is you can purchase multiple blocks which stack up for a uphill workout. I've used mine for over 3 years and it is still in perfect condition. Easy to clean too. 08 December 2014
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