Triboz
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 CycleOps Riser Block
CycleOps Riser Block
A riser block for use with CycleOps cycle Trainers to simulate hill climbs. The unique 3-level design lets you adjust the height of your front wheel to match the gradient of your hill climb workout.
 
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Excellent training tool
Posted27 January 2011
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Triboz
fromLondon
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 35-44
Interest : Triathlete
Level : New to sport
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
"for months I have been using my turbo trainer at an angle because I didn't have a support for the front wheel.
Now that my front wheel is at the same height the trainer is much more enjoyable and no more pain in wrists, forearms or shoulders.
It has definitely allowed me to stay on the trainer longer during the winter months.
A great training aid!!"
Pros: Great Value, Rugged, Good Fit
Cons: Unattractive
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 dhb Aeron Pro Cycling Bib Short
dhb Aeron Pro Cycling Bib Short
Premium bib short at a brilliant price with a top-level Tour Air CyTech Elastic Interface chamois and moisture management Field Sensor fabric for serious sessions in the saddle.
 

what dhb bib shorts would you recommend for long distances (over 100 mile)?

1 year, 7 months ago
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Triboz
London
 
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