Neighbors banging on walls. Kids crying over monitors. Glares from your roommate. No one likes a noisy trainer.
That's where the Silencer comes in. It's perfect for the cycling enthusiast with a need for a lean, mean, quiet training machine. A handlebar shifter makes it easy to turn any casual ride into a heart-pumping, leg-screaming, Classics-worthy effort without sacrificing the ultra-responsive resistance offered by the direct-drive design. So lose your rear wheel and get ready to experience a new decibel in training.
When we say "We bring the power of cycling to life, we mean it". Talk's cheap. That's why you'll see lifetime warranties* on our CycleOps indoor cycles, trainers and rollers. Not three years, not five, but for as long as the original buyer owns it. Because we firmly believe that cycling is a lifetime sport. So why settle for anything less from the equipment that helps you enjoy it. Learn more
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Q:Are there any affordable power meters that will connect to the Silencer trainer and not to your bike that will allow you to use the Virtual Training app?
A:Your least expensive option from Powertap would be the C1 or P1S.
Q:This Trainner road whith 650c? tnks
Q:Virtual Training app says this is "Compatible, but requires the
A:A Power meter is a device attached to your bicycle that measures rider effort or watts. The following options from Powertap will work along side the Silencer and allow you to use it with Virtual Training.
Q:Is it possible to use thru axle with the Silencer? Thanks Aidan
Q:Can I install a Campy Cassette on this trainer?
Q:Will the Silencer work on a bike with disc brakes? I have had a Lemond Revolution for a couple of years and just discovered that it won't work with my new Tarmac disc brake bike as the caliper interferes with installation of the trainer.
Q:Is it possible to get speed on your garmin? Is there an adaptor or device you can attach in order to calculate this without a rear wheel?
A:Well i did it easily. If you have sensor array with a separate cadance and speed unit like the mio one mount it on the right hand chain stay. Mount magnets on the crank and on the spinning drive disk and adjust the sensors for distance. Wont work with either of the Garmin sensor designs. You can get split sensors on ebay quite cheaply.
Q:I am getting one of these (cyleops 9801) and have a question I am sure has been asked before. Most training today is done with the use of power meters with watts, or heart rate monitors and cadence sensors. The variable of speed has been thrown to the way side. However, it can still have some value and input on training. The direct drive trainers take out the rear wheel and since the magnet on the rear wheel spoke is what is usually used to assess speed; there is no way to determine the speed...or is there???
Q:What is the max wattage limit on the silencer.
Q:How can I measure mileage and or speed with this machine?
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