Magnetic braking, 7 levels of resistance with manual adjustment dial.
No, but can become "Smart" with the connection kit (item 8487134).
Flywheel 1.17 kg.
Easy assembly / dismantling
Easy and quick to attach your bike with a quick-release system.
Fold-away for compact storage.
Quiet elastomer roller.
Compatible with all 26" to 28" wheels.
Connect your In'ride 100 to our B'Twin Training application.
Using our connection kit (item 8487134), you can connect your In'ride 100 home trainer to your tablet or smartphone and fully enjoy our "B'Twin Training".
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).
I intended to purchase one of these from the Giltbrook store, however, they were out of stock. I did manage to obtain a test ride on the demonstration unit though, which persuaded me to order one online... One thing to watch is the resistance control - It has a little plastic cover on the underside, which holds a spring. This had been dislodged in transit, and both it and the spring were in the bottom of the box. It is an absolute pain to refit the spring in place... Such an arrangement where a simple friction fit holds a spring in place is a poor design; this cover should have a screw to provide a more positive attachment. The resistance control is also somewhat "clunky", but one can use the bike's gears to provide a finer degree of control. Those issues aside, this is a great value piece of kit, and seems to do its job well. Time will tell how well the resistance control holds up to wear & tear.
I was looking for home trainer as it was difficult to go out and train on bike on weekdays thus decided to give a try to Inride 300 and let me tell you it does the job for what it is made exceptionally well. Would surely recommend for safety and training. I am using it for triathlon training and the product is totally worth it.
The resistance knob is little tough to use but it works fine!
For the price, its ok. It does the job of letting you hop on and spin on a day where you cant actually ride out, and thats it. The powercurve of this trainer is not available anywhere and hence cant train based on power, which is the biggest trouble.