CycleOps JetFluid Pro

CycleOps’ JetFluid Pro Trainer is your secret weapon. Use it whenever time or weather constraints arise so you can stamp your authority on the hills, races or group rides next time the sun shines. The Pro features progressive resistance, wh ...(Read More)

CycleOps JetFluid Pro
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CycleOps’ JetFluid Pro Trainer is your secret weapon. Use it whenever time or weather constraints arise so you can stamp your authority on the hills, races or group rides next time the sun shines. The Pro features progressive resistance, where just like the real world, resistance builds the faster the wheel spins. Charging through 600-watt intervals or spinning easily in the little ring requires no adjustment; the power curve automatically changes to give you a silky-smooth workout. Plus, the Fluid is whisper quiet and the frame is tough, sturdy and stable so you can ride as hard as you want.

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5.0

(based on 102 reviews)

97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to install and use  (10)
  • Stable  (10)
  • Durable  (9)
  • Adjustable  (5)
  • Versatile  (2)

Cons

  • no power meter 
  • Haven't found any dislike yet. 
  • Doesn't Work With My Bike 

Best Uses

  • Road Bikes  (6)
  • Sprints  (4)
  • Long Rides  (4)
  • City Bikes  (2)
  • Indoor training 
  • Mountain Bikes 
  • Triathlon 

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5

Longevity

By 

from GBury, CT

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Stable
  • Durable
  • Easy to Install and Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Road Bikes
    • Long Rides
    • Sprints

    Comments:

    I've had my Cycleops JetFluid Pro trainer for over 10 years. As reliable today as the first day I bought it. Use it every Fall through Spring with a training program. Definitely put in hard workouts. Doesn't let me down.

     
    4

    Love my trainer!!

    By 

    from Redding, CA

    About Me Casual/Recreational Rider

    Pros

    • Easy to Install and Use
    • Stable
    • Durable
    • Adjustable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Road Bikes
      • Long Rides
      • City Bikes
      • Sprints

      Comments:

      I have used this on my fitness bike and now on my new road bike.

       
      5

      Highly recommended

      By 

      from Buffalo, NY

      About Me Competitive Cyclist

      Pros

      • Adjustable
      • Easy to Install and Use
      • Stable
      • Durable

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Long Rides
        • Triathlon
        • Sprints
        • Road Bikes

        Comments:

        Great trainer, relatively quiet. Easy to set up. I regularly forget to take the tension off the back wheel when I'm done which has caused an indentation in the tire. It led to a loud thump but I replaced the tire and it's all good. Just a tip.

         
        5

        A great trainer, fluid 2 lasted 8 years, this replaced it

        By 

        from Baltimore, MD

        About Me Avid Cyclist

        Pros

        • great interval workout
        • Durable
        • Adjustable
        • Stable
        • Easy to Install and Use

        Cons

        • no power meter

        Best Uses

        • Road Bikes

        Comments:

        This replaced my 8+ year old fluid trainer and has been fantastic. Its perfect for interval workouts, and great to use while watching TV at home. Cycleops has great customer service too. no regrets and will be repeat customer

         
        5

        Great entry level trainer

        By 

        from Alaska

        About Me Competitive Cyclist

        Pros

        • Stable
        • Durable
        • Easy to Install and Use

        Cons

          Best Uses

          Comments:

          Have over 1000 miles on my Jet Fluid Pro and it's still going strong. Quiet, stable and plenty of resistance. Quick and easy setup - perfect for taking with you to the gym for group classes. This trainer coupled with my PowerTap hub has transformed my training. Highly recommended!

           
          5

          Perfect

          By 

          from Durham, UK

          About Me Competitive Cyclist

          Pros

          • Stable
          • Durable
          • Easy to Install and Use

          Cons

            Best Uses

            Comments:

            Smooth, quiet and reliable. I love it.

             
            5

            Jetfluid Pro Trainer

            By 

            from Cape Town South Africa

            About Me Avid Cyclist

            Pros

            • Durable
            • Versatile
            • Stable
            • Easy to Install and Use

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Road Bikes

              Comments:

              I've been using this trainer regularly for 2 months now and I'm very impressed. Nice smooth power curve without too much noise. Very happy with my purchase.

               
              5

              Awesome trainer!!

              By 

              from Nashville, TN

              About Me Avid Cyclist

              Pros

              Cons

              • Doesn't Work With My Bike
              • Haven't found any dislike yet.

              Best Uses

              Comments:

              I have been using this trainer for 3 days and it has kick my butt just what I needed. I am also using it along with the zwift app and what fun! If you have been thinking about buying a trainer, well what are you waiting for i will see you on Zwift. train on!

               
              5

              Very very Nice!

              By 

              from Elmira, NY, USA

              About Me Fitness Enthusiast

              Comments:

              My first trainer so not much to gauge it to, but I see no need for any other. Stable, good resistance. This winter will is going to be awesome. One thing though after I slapped on a CycleOps training tire (Yellow) it kicked it up a notch. Much better than my regular road tire, it became smoother and most important much quieter! My Wilier does not like being restrained...she'll just have to get use to it :)

               
              3

              Good, not great...

              By 

              from Wenatchee, WA

              About Me Competitive Cyclist

              Comments:

              I like 3 things--Resistance unit is very smooth, unit provides more resistance than previous mag trainer and frame has adjuster to keep it from wobbling on uneven floor. What I don't like--(In greater detail) 1) There is very little resistance to 15mph. I get it that the resistance curve is different than a mag trainer, but I don't find this realistic road feel at all. 2) When you spin it up, the resistance comes on quick and hard. Again, I know it is different than a mag trainer*. 3) The fixed and adjustable arms that hold the bike's QR are spindly, compared to many other trainers (Blackburn, Kinetic). My rear tire moves all over the roller as these under-supported arms flex within the main, black framework. I won't brag about how smooth I pedal, but this was NOT any issue on previous trainer. Climbing or sprint workouts, as listed under "best uses" below, would seem like a disaster waiting to happen. *My workouts with my old mag trainer (BBurn Tech Mag 6) were done in the big ring and I shifted all over the rear cogs to tailor the resistance to what I needed. With the JFPro, I am using only a 3-4 cog range in the back. Lower gears are spinning away at no resistance. Higher gears offer impossibly high resistance. I WISH this JFPro had a less abrupt upturn in it's resistance curve--shallower, less aggressive. My big gripe with my previous BBurn trainer was that it did not offer quite enough max resistance, so I bought the JFPro. I DID get (much) greater max resistance and the unit IS smooth, but feel I went backwards in bike-to-trainer stability and workout variety. I am keeping it for now, but also on the lookout for something more to my liking. On a side note, I found that the mounting tabs for the resistance unit were the same on this JFPro and a Kinetic Cyclone trainer I had around. If I could have easily mounted the fluid unit on the Kinetic frame, which is BRILLIANT and ROCK SOLID, I would have had a fantastic trainer. The screwball, idiot-proof, torque limiter adjuster on the JFPro resistance unit was what kept me from completing this project. It's not a bad trainer, but it isn't the one I was hoping for, either. Cycleops--If you have any ideas for me, please contact me.

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