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- D. Randall - great value as a calorie burner - not a trainer for a serious racerArrived the day promised. Set up was a snap. It comes with a quick release shaft for the rear axle. My old Trek Antelope doesn't have a quick release on the rear wheel. Wasn't a problem. The hub end cups on the Rad trainer fit nicely over the nuts on my axle (these nuts are 12mm across the flats). Once I tightened things up, the bike felt rock solid on the trainer. The handles you use to tighten things up are made of plastic, pretty sturdy plastic. I suppose you could break them if you tried to, but if you keep in mind that they are plastic, and can't be tightened as far as steel can be, you'll be fine.
First ride was 40 minutes. Hardly any noise from the device. I probably have it set up pretty optimally for quietness. It sits on a welcome mat sitting directly on the concrete slab in my home, and I have street slick tires on the bike. I turned the TV on for a bit, barely heard the trainer then. It gives me plenty of resistance for burning calories/aerobic workouts, but is not going to please anyone who wants a trainer that will simulate steep hill climbs. I doubt there is any trainer for less than $300 that will do that. I'm very pleased with it.
The only real problem is now I won't be able to use the weather as an excuse for not getting in a workout.