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hjh87
post Dec 30 2019, 10:52 AM

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Hi guy,

Looking for an entry level bike trainer. And would like to ask whether those 500 price range trainer able to connect with Zwift??
Say:
1. Minoura Mag Ride B60R
2. In'Ride 500 Home Trainer
3. In'Ride 100 Home Trainer
hjh87
post Dec 30 2019, 11:17 AM

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QUOTE(lilredridinghood @ Dec 30 2019, 11:09 AM)
any trainer works but you need speed, cadence sensor
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Oh ok, seem like Decathlon Malaysia does not sell these sensor.

Any idea which worth to get it on the sensor??
Wahoo, Bryton, Tacx, Garmin, etc...

hjh87
post Dec 30 2019, 11:34 AM

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QUOTE(miaopurr @ Dec 30 2019, 11:21 AM)
maybe magene
cheaper i think
try shopee
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Thanks for the recommendation. icon_rolleyes.gif
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post Dec 30 2019, 09:33 PM

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QUOTE(K0MR4DE @ Dec 30 2019, 01:39 PM)
Don't get Magene dual sensor if want to connect with Zwift. It would not detect, I tried already. Right now I'm eyeing for Bryton speed sensor since agak affordable + cincai requirements to play with Zwift.
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Thanks for the head up, will look around again for the sensor.
hjh87
post Jan 1 2020, 11:47 AM

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Hi guys,

Sensor on trainer better or separate sensor mounted on the bike better??

Say if one go with separate sensor, it may be use to connect with cycling computer as well right (broader usage)?
hjh87
post Jan 23 2020, 08:40 PM

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Hi guy,
Just get my Bianchi Via Nirone Allroad and would like to check on some issue regarding the front thru axle. As I’m tightening the axle it will hit the disk brake after only few turn before it tight. Question is should thru axle must be tight? Or should I loosen the caliper >> tightening the axle >> tight back the caliper??
hjh87
post Jan 24 2020, 12:06 PM

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QUOTE(miaopurr @ Jan 23 2020, 10:13 PM)
sorry guy. i can't imagine what u r dealing with. hard to understand unless can see it. and i've never had a disc brake roadbike. mtb got lah.
have u brought it to the shop u bought the bike from and ask them?
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Seem like the disk brake caliper location have abit if design issue (thru axle skewer will hit it when tightening) but I manage to do it with very slight push.
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Have to assemble the bike myself, biggrin.gif I bought it through overseas online stores and not LBS. Will only bring it to local shop if have other major issue.
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post Jan 28 2020, 11:41 PM

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QUOTE(pussylover @ Jan 28 2020, 09:30 PM)
You mean the lever itself is hitting the caliper?
If that's the case u should be able to adjust the angle of the lever so that it can close without hitting the caliper.
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Yup. You meaning something like quick release lever? Mine is a Fix Lever, have to push slightly but definitely still will hit that calliper.
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post Jan 30 2020, 03:15 PM

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QUOTE(jaykay4540 @ Jan 29 2020, 03:00 PM)
cannot rotate that lever?
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Can rotate, maybe will post a short video for better illustration. Nevertheless that is very small problem for the deal I’m getting for this bicycle.

 

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