Cascade Fluidpro Bike Trainer

Last updated: April 15, 2021

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Product Details

In our analysis of 54 expert reviews, the Cascade Fluidpro Bike Trainer placed 12th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The new fluid design is quieter than leading competitors. Backed with a LIFETIME WARRANTY, the Cascade FLUIDPro is one of the quietest fluid bike trainers available and its extremely stable. Plus, the patented Quick Connect System makes it very easy to use.

Our Expert Consultant

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.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Stable, high-quality construction. Smooth feedback and a "real road" feel. Versatile.
This is one of the best bike trainers you can buy simply because it has everything you need to train well.
It has a lifetime warranty. How many manufacturers can back their products up like this? It is proof enough that Cascade Health and Fitness know that their work is fantastic.
Simple, fairly priced fluid-resistance indoor trainer, with a neat clamping handle and riser block included.

What reviewers didn't like

Owners must use the factory-provided skewer. Fixing method for skewer does not work with all bikes.
The legs swing effortlessly even when folded. This is a potential safety hazard as you can hurt your fingers. A lock to keep the legs in position is a good idea.
None of the major parts (legs or resistance brake) have a lock-out, so when folded up there is a tendency for them to swing about, which can be a bit irritating.
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