BalanceFrom Steel Magnetic Stand Bike Trainer

Last updated: November 8, 2021

Since this bike trainer has a wide compatibility, chances are your road or mountain bike will fit nicely. The trainer uses a set of rubber feet to protect hardwood flooring and a wide base to support up to 330 pounds. Riders will appreciate the eight resistance levels, which are controlled right from the handlebars of the bike.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This bike trainer uses a quick release clamp that makes installing and using the device a breeze.

In our analysis of 54 expert reviews, the BalanceFrom Steel Magnetic Stand Bike Trainer placed 1st when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Noise (important) – there will be load noise when working with rough tires. Quiet when working with road bike tires. Works on any surface – Simulates real cycling feel, rubber feet will prevent scratching wood floor. Built with a wide base and low stance for unshakable balance. Max load 330 lbs. Easy to install and release – install process is easy. Quick release clamp helps clamps your rear wheel tightly. It also helps to take the bike down much easier than other bike trainers. 8 resistance settings – 8 levels magnetic resistances meet your specific needs about resistance & speed; handle bar mounted resistance controller easily lets you adjust resistance. Wide compatibility – balance From bike trainer stand Fits any road or mountain bike with a 26-28″ Or 700C wheel.

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Stephanie Mansour   
Certified Personal Trainer, Health and Wellness Expert

Stephanie Mansour, host of “Step It Up with Steph” on public broadcasting, has been coaching women for over a decade on how to lose weight and make it last. She has a Bachelor of Arts in communications with an emphasis on women’s studies and psychology from the University of Michigan. She holds certifications in life coaching, personal training, yoga and Pilates.

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