Parts & Accessories
This cone cup replaces the threaded cone cup on pre-2013 Rock and Roll trainers and is the mounting solution for carbon Trek Speed Concept frames that require a smaller cone cup on the drive side of the trainer than the pre-installed version. - Only compatible with the Rock and Roll trainer - This cone cup's smaller outside diameter fits makes it compatible with carbon Trek Speed Concept bikes (aluminum Speed Concept bikes are compatible with the Standard Cone Cup) - Use this cone cup on the drive-side of the Rock And Roll trainer (it is not necessary to replace both cone cups)
$25.00 $49.99 50% Off
Kinetic's Riser Ring lets you level your bike when you're riding on your trainer. Plus, there are 3 other steps that let you simulate climbing by elevating the front wheel. The Riser Ring is simple to use and stable for excellent support. - Designed for the following Kinetic trainers: the Road Machine, Magnetic, and Cyclone
The Internal Chain Actuated Cone Cup is designed to work with chain actuated internal rear hubs, including Sturmey Archer. It also works perfectly with pre-2018 Brompton folding bicycles.
$69.99 - $79.99
Kurt Kinetic's 12mm Traxle Through-Axle lets you attach your mountain bike to a Kinetic trainer without changing the original skewer. The Kinetic Traxle comes in 3 thread pitches: - T-2101 Coarse: M12 x 1.75mm - T-2102 Medium: M12 x 1.5 - T-2100 Fine: M12 x 1.00mm (Fine XL has the same thread pitch and is a longer version of the fine Traxle)
Kinetic's Trainer Mat is a simple necessity for any cyclist who cherishes a clean training environment. It keeps floors clean and sweat-free and reduces vibration. Durable closed-cell PVC foam means it will stand up to even the most intense training sessions.
If you're really serious about your trainer sessions, check out Kurt Kinetic's Pro Flywheel. It attaches quickly and easily to your Road Machine or Rock and Roll flywheel (sold separately) for a total of 18 pounds. It takes your Kurt Kinetic trainer's already stellar real-road feel and ups the realism, which is a must for hard-core endurance workouts, like tempo and long distance rides. You'll also experience longer wind-ups when doing sprint intervals and a longer coast-downs.
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