Kurt Kinetic Magnetic review

Kurt Kinetic, Turbo trainer test
Cycling Weekly Verdict

A training DVD is provided to get you started if you are new to turbo-training, but the Magnetic is just a little too pricy.

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    Low resistance settings are too low

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The bright green Magnetic trainer from Kinetic uses a classic A-frame design that provides plenty of stability.

Resistance adjustment comes from via what can only be described as a gear lever from a 1980s mountain bike. Low-end resistance is incredibly low - too low for the first four of the eight levels.

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