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Anyone have a speed-vs-power curve for Cyclops fluid2 trainer

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I have a Cyclops fluid2 trainer and I would be interested to know if anyone has a speed-vs-power curve for this trainer. I don't have a power tap unit but I would like to know what my approx output is when riding at a given speed. I asked Saris, the makers of Cyclops and they gave me a non answer. I would think that it would be relatively easy(if you had a power meter on the bike) to ride at a steady state at 12, 15, 18, 21, 25,28, 30 and publish that data but I have been unable to find it on my searches. If anyone has such a data set I would be interested to see it.

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Oldbiker said:
I have a Cyclops fluid2 trainer and I would be interested to know if anyone has a speed-vs-power curve for this trainer. I don't have a power tap unit but I would like to know what my approx output is when riding at a given speed. I asked Saris, the makers of Cyclops and they gave me a non answer. I would think that it would be relatively easy(if you had a power meter on the bike) to ride at a steady state at 12, 15, 18, 21, 25,28, 30 and publish that data but I have been unable to find it on my searches. If anyone has such a data set I would be interested to see it.

Thanks

http://www.saris.com/p-309-fluid.aspx

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