Your Guide to Indoor Training
- Garmin Tacx Boost Trainer
Expert Picks To To Upgrade Your Trainer
Tips & Tricks
Save Your Rear Tire
Indoor training tires not only preserve the tire you want to ride outside next season, but they are designed to last two to four times longer when used on a trainer, reduce trainer noise, and help to avoid slipping especially when you get out of the saddle on your trainer. And if you're using a gravel or mountain tire right now, getting an indoor training tire is a must!Shop Indoor Training Tires
QR Skewers And Thru Axles
Most wheel-on trainers require a specific compatible thru axle or quick release skewer to ensure you're set up properly. To avoid unnecessary damage to your existing skewer, make sure you've got the right QR skewer or thru axle for your trainer.Shop Trainer Skewers And Thru Axles
Are Rollers More Your Thing?
Don't worry, we've got those too! Rollers are a great way to stay in shape when you've got to ride inside, and they are super easy to set up. Just lay them flat, get on your bike, and you're ready to roll.Shop Rollers
Which Indoor Trainer Is Right For You?
Setting up your trainer can be intimidating at first, but it doesn't have to be! We partnered with Ben Delaney from The Ride to help you figure out the basics of setting up your indoor training space. If you're stuck inside but want to ride, this video will help you get started and make sure you're getting the most out of your indoor training sessions.