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CycleOps Basic Mag Indoor Turbo Trainer
Whether your training for a local charity ride or working to beat your friend's FitBit score, the Mag indoor bike trainer can help you make it happen. Simply connect the trainer to the rear wheel of your bike, hop on and pedal away. Plus, the Mag comes with five adjustable levels of resistance so you can adapt every ride to your liking.
And if you’re ready for the full indoor training experience, opt for the Mag Kit. It comes with a trainer mat, riser block and handy-dandy sweat towel.
Want to train with Zwift or CycleOps VirtualTraining? The Mag can do that too. All you need is a speed sensor. Visit our setup guide to learn how to get started.
Children's bikes are generally measured by wheel size, rather than by frame size. Remember children do grow very quickly and you need to take this into consideration when buying a kids bike, However, if you buy a bike that is simply too big for your child, you will compromise your child's safety, and ultimately discourage your child from cycling.
Age of Child
Which Size Bike Do I Require?
Adults bikes and those for 10/11 years and over, are generally measured by frame size. This is normally the measurement between the centre of the bottom bracket to the top of the seat tube.