Whether you do road or mountain bike training on the home trainer, we highly recommend using a tyre specially designed for use on home trainers.
It has the advantage of lasting longer thanks to its reinforced structure and harder rubber which reduces the noise of the wheels spinning.
When cycling on a home trainer, the rear wheel of your bike is well stabilised and slightly raised.
For greater stability, you should also use a front wheel riser block.
Doing so will help stabilise your front wheel and raise the front of the bike to keep you in a perfectly aligned position.
When training indoors, perspiration often drips onto the bike or floor.
We recommend using the following equipment :
1. A sweat guard to stop perspiration (acidic) dripping onto your bike and damaging it (ref. 8056757).
2. A home trainer mat to reduce noise and provide stability and added protection against perspiration (ref. 8369937).
Compatible with 26 to 28" wheels with a hollow axle.