Halfords Turbo Trainer



Halfords Turbo Trainer
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Halfords Turbo Trainer



  • Zwift Compatible : No
  • Smart Interactivity : No
  • Type : Wheel on

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Halfords Turbo Trainer
Halfords Turbo Trainer

Halfords Turbo Trainer at a Glance

  • 6 levels of magnetic resistance with remote adjustment
  • Spring mounted resistance unit for automatic adjustment
  • Maximum Power approx 465 Watts
  • Adjustable feet for stability
  • Flywheel weight: approx 1.8kg
  • Provided with an easy mount quick release lever and quick release axle
  • Adjustable to 26", 28" & 700c wheel sizes
  • Turbo trainer tyre recommended to reduce the risk of slipping, overheating and wear

Look No Further...

When the weather is grim but you need your cycling fix, look no further than the Halfords Turbo Trainer. Easily turning your racing machine into a home fitness trainer, this trainer helps you keep your fitness up over those winter months.

Six levels of magnetic resistance with remote adjustment mean you can easily build up and maintain your cycling fitness, and it folds up for easy storage when the weather brightens.

Topped off with adjustable feet, an easy mount quick release lever and a quick release axle, this trainer will banish those winter blues instantly!


Although there’s no hard and fast rule for how long an indoor training session should last, we would generally advise that anything up to two hours is the limit.

This is because you work harder on a turbo trainer than when riding outdoors, as there are no downhill sections to recover. Instead you’re putting effort in the whole time. Plus, your riding position is more rigid when on a turbo trainer, meaning you’re working the same muscle groups for extended periods of time.

It is more important to create shorter, high-quality training sessions than longer ones. When it comes to turbo trainers, it’s a matter of quality over quantity.

The key to improving your average speed on an indoor bike is creating an effective training plan. Make sure that each session is high quality, as you want to avoid the indoor training equivalent of ‘junk miles’, where you’re training sessions are ineffective and don’t lead to improvements.