The Sprinter GatorSkin itself features the typically comfortable and light feel of a tubular tyre. The professional riders use a similar combination in their tyres for Paris - Roubaix and other equipment destroying classics in the springtime.
"My year round training and evening TT tub! The last one wore down to the canvas [cotton] before it finally punctured and was binned. And it was replaced by the same again (but new!). Rear tyre gave around 3-4k miles on all surfaces in all weathers"
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Good Fit
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Flow Computer Ergo Turbo Trainer
Any cyclist with a bit of experience knows that top performance requires more than a weekly training routine.
Good - once assembled!
Posted11 October 2010
"How hard could it be to assemble one of these? I'd seen others' comments on instructions and assembly - and they're right!
Top tip - standard road bikes don't need the bag of bits. And download the manual from Tacx to have the picture super enlarged on your screen.
Some time later I finally got to use it. Computer seems a bit 'old fashioned' (it is a few years old model now) but does the job. Wish it had a backlight considering it's plugged into the mains at all times.
Resistance is plenty enough and manual has some sample workouts. Fairly quiet on a concrete floor. Much easier adjusting resistance with a few touch buttons than wrenching on the usual kind of lever affair on others.