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    10 Reviews


    Resistance isn’t futile.

    If you like to keep your indoor training simple, but you still want to feel as though you’re getting a workout, the CycloOps JetFluid Pro Trainer is the ideal winter training partner. Setting it apart from other CycleOps trainers is the wider platform to keep you even more stable. It also includes leveling feet to adjust it so that you don’t feel like you’re riding on a slope. The most important feature of the trainer, the flywheel, is balanced to provide a realistic ride feel, void of the "dead spot" so often found on lesser quality trainers. This balancing also reduces noise and gives you a more consistent feel when riding. The JetFluid’s resistance curve is one of its most impressive traits. This means that while you increase in speed you feel the real-world resistance increase the same way wind resistance increases when riding outdoors. With four settings—easy, flat road, interval, and hill—you’ll be sure to get your workout’s worth. The JetFluid fits any bike with 650c to 29-inch wheels.

    • Four resistance curves: easy, flat road, interval, and hill
    • Quick-Lock cam lever
    • Accommodates 650c to 29-inch wheels
    • Item #COP0011

    Tech Specs

    [body] aluminum
    Power Band
    Recommended Use
    indoor training
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Winter training must-have

      There hasn't been a review for this in years on here. Also, description of BC is out-dated. I don't think there are 4 resistance curves and quick-lock cam lever.

      Decided to get a trainer for winter training/overall exercise during the winter in SLC versus a cold weather kit (add up to be the same price). This is my initial impression of the unit, which is the basis for keeping the trainer or not.

      Unboxed, the unit is 99% ready to use. Unfold the legs, switch the skewers and mount the bike. The trainer spins nicely and very stable on old-rickety 1920s original wood floor without a mat. The resistance is just wonderful, smooth with no lag, but I won't call it 'road like feel'. Noise generated while spinning will wake a sleeping baby in the same room, a combination of the resistance unit's whirring and bike gears. I'm putting this in the basement to minimize noise for the duplex neighbor, but the trainer is stable enough to be use in upper level of newer apartments where the flooring is well insulated. Once done, it folds up nicely for under-bed storage.

      Also, use an old tire on the trainer to save your nice tire for the pavement.

      PS: It's a keeper, pending weird chucking noise as indicated by some users on Youtube.

      One of the best

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      i've been riding this trainer for a couple of years and really enjoy it. It has a great road feel and an excellent choice for off season riding. I get such a good workout with this trainer I often times ride it during the season to get a quality workout. It very quiet and light weight so transporting it is easy and you don't have blast your ears with the volume on your TV. Highly recommended.

      Great Trainer

        I have tried a slew of trainers, many of which were way more expensive than this one. This trainer is super quiet, feels like road riding, and offers massive resistance (~600 watts). I think this is the best trainer around and is very well priced.

        Solid trainer, solid rides.

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I would recommend this trainer to anyone seeking simplicity and ruggedness in one package. Extremely easy set up coupled with solid construction gets my approval. In full spin the trainer is pretty quiet compared to others, the volume on my imac could easily overcome the white noise.

        Helps get you to the next level

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Even in the offseason when you are able to ride in the outdoors this helps bridge the gap so you don't fall behind the competition and keep your endurance and stamina where it needs to be.

        My Trainer

          I find this trainer easy to train on and its a great to warm up on before a race. Its light weight, easy to carry around. What I like the most is how the trainer adds resistance while you peddle faster adding intensity to your warm up.

          Like it

            This is my first trainer, and in the last two months I have to say that I am happy with my purchase. I will say that it is simple to set up and get riding. The leg adjustment makes it easy to level the unit, and I have no problem standing up on the pedals if needed. It is very stable. It does feel like I can simulate riding on the road pretty well with this. The only downside to the unit is that when you really push the pace, the whirring noise level does climb quite a bit. I ride with my ipod earbuds in, however, and I don't even notice it. But without, it is hard to hear a TV without turning the volume up a bit. So far, no problems at all except the increased wear on my back tire of my training rims.

            Great trainer - incorrect description

              First - there are not four settings, just one on this trainer.

              The JetFluid Pro is well-built. I have used it over a year with no problems. It is more resistive than riding outdoors. It is equivalent to riding up a 2% grade with a headwind. It is called Pro for a reason! Ride this thing all winter and come spring you will be dropping all your rivals.

              Unanswered Question

              Is there a big difference between the the...

              Is there a big difference between the the CycleOps Jet fluid pro and the Fluid 2 trainer? If so, what is it? I can't decide between the two and am wondering if the Jet Fluid is worth the extra $$$.

              do using trainers put bad stress on a...

              do using trainers put bad stress on a carbon fiber frame? I've been riding on a cyclops magneto and I keep hearing this creaking noise and I have no idea where it's coming from and I'm getting pretty paranoid about it. I ride a Madone 5.2 It seems like it might be coming from my seat cap or saddle because when I stand and pedal it goes away. Any thoughts?

              Best Answer

              My Specialized A1 Alum frame creaks when my form gets sloppy and I start putting too much lateral pressure on the bike. Also, you may have the lock too tight. I can't answer on carbon frame damage... Maybe see if the manufacturer has any notes on it affecting the warranty.

              I am a paraplegic so my bike is a handcycle....

              I am a paraplegic so my bike is a handcycle. If you don't know what it looks like. My question is can it be spun backwards and still be able to change how hard it is to cycle? Because on a handcycle the front wheel is the power wheel.

              I would suggest Sportcrafters Roller Trainer for a handcycle. Using your handcycling on this is not going to be easy for set up and break down. I had a stroke and was on a recumbent trike for a few years and the Sportcrafter made a world of difference for me.

              Can a trainer be used with my mountain...

              Can a trainer be used with my mountain bike tires or would it be too rough? Thanks.