Turbo Trainer Basics

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Mar 2021
11:54am, 6 Mar 2021
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Naughty_nickers
I guess this thread is a bit dead now.
Mar 2021
4:33pm, 6 Mar 2021
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Mandymoo
Think it depends on the trainer. Mine was (have just taken down) I'm the conservatory but wasn't particularly noisy
Mar 2021
8:19am, 7 Mar 2021
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Naughty_nickers
I ended up not using it again as my family can't bear the noise. Maybe I'll have to put it out in the garden.
Mar 2021
9:06am, 7 Mar 2021
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Nellers
When I used my turbo on a hard wooden floor it was quite loud. Some sort of mat (old yoga mat, rubber gym floor mat, I think there are specific turbo mats that Halfords etc sell) will deaden the sound to a degree, but it does depend on the model you're using.

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So I am fancying a turbo trainer, maybe. I don't have a clue what I should be looking at though...

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