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Feedback SportsOmnium Over-Drive Portable Trainer


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A rare blend.

Finding a trainer that's portable enough to take to and from races but solid enough that you'd also want to leave set-up in your basement for indoor winter training can be a lot to ask. Additionally, if you're using it to warm up pre-race, you can't risk damaging a race tire with a rear-locking design. Feedback Sports fills this gap in the trainer market with the Omnium Portable Trainer. Weighing less than 14lbs, the trainer is completely foldable and comes with a heavy-duty, padded tote bag that's the right size to be easily stowed in an airplane's overhead compartment when races require you travel further afield. Despite this portability, once it's set up, the Omnium is rock-solid enough to handle your most punishing indoor workouts.

The Omnium unfolds in three parts, so setup is tool-free and quick, and Feedback's engineers created it to accommodate a wide range of bike sizes. Whether you're riding an XXL 29er or a minimalistic crit machine, the Omnium's length and height can be adjusted to adapt to a wide range of wheelbases and frame sizes. The trainer's fork-mount enjoys similar versatility; it's compatible with standard quick-release forks and thru-axles ranging up to and including the new Boost standard. Once you're ready to ride, the Omnium's intelligent design makes a pre-race spin or an indoor interval set quiet and effective, with completely sealed aluminum drums adding resistance using Feedback's magnetic Internal Progressive Resistance (IPR) for a smooth, realistic ride.

  • A portable trainer for home use or race-day warm up
  • Allows for quick, tool-free set up and take down
  • Fits a wide range of road and mountain bikes
  • Magnetic resistance for a smooth, realistic ride
  • Roller design won't damage race day tires
  • Sealed drums for long term durability
  • Includes padded tote bag

Tech Specs
[drums] aluminum
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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    Unanswered Question

    Can anyone confirm if this is the Overdrive trainer or the Zero-Drive?

    Thank you!


    Highly recommend this trainer

      This trainer is awesome! Extremely portable, easy to set up, and works great. Pump up your tire to the normal PSI and it rolls perfectly. Just like rollers, your are working the whole time, so an excellent trainer for that reason. Very stable and safe when riding, whatever the workout requires.

      Good for only 1 bike

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought this with the thought I would swap between 29er and 700cc bikes. However, the setup required to do this is not user friendly. You must disassemble the the legs to access the self locking nuts to live the QR bracket. It’s really unbelievable they didn’t take this into consideration.

      Like riding through mud

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Sure it's nice and portable but that is where the advantages end IMO. It feels too much like riding through mud. I thought it would feel more like rollers when a resistance unit is attached. I was disappointed. My 10 year old fluid trainer feels many times over better. I'll just keep on using the fluid trainer and switch things up by riding my rollers.

      Everyone seems to love this trainer. Maybe something was wrong with mine? Rear wheel lined up perfect. Road tire. 100psi.

      I found the same thing initially, but once I pumped the tire to my normal road PSI, it was great! Obviously there is very little inertia on rollers in general, if any, so it does require constant pedaling. Changing gears to lower settings will make it lighter and feel very easy. Ive used mine for some long trainer rides and really love it. I also have a Kickr, which has a lot of inertia, this is just different. Portability is great for traveling too! Give a higher PSI a try! Good Luck!

      Just got this & set mine up! I’ve never been on a trainer before, just regular bikes & spin bikes. Is it normal for the front to wobble a bit side to side, or should i crank it tighter? I have a 2011 carbon fibre Trek madone & didn’t want to crank it too hard onto the front stand & potentially damage the bike. there is nothing padding my bike front prongs & the metal of the stand- is that normal?

      The fork dropout is very strong and you need to crank it down more. Don't go crazy, but there should not be any play. There should be no padding, this need to be a solid connection.

      Unanswered Question

      I have a trek emonda and domane, one is quick release the other is a thru axle. Will this work on both “out of the box” or will I need to purchase any extra axles?? 🤔
      Thanks mike

      Great hybrid trainer!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I purchased this trainer because I wanted rollers with resistance, but didn't want to worry about flying off the rollers. The Fork mount works exactly like you think it would. The rollers with resistance are consistent and roll smooth. My Fiance and myself use the omnium for warm ups, recovery, and training intervals. The one thing to remember is, it does not have the same amount of resistance as other trainers. If you can lay down some watts, you will go through the power curve of this trainer. Either way its a great trainer.

      Great hybrid trainer!

      You wont be Disappointed

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I struggled for a couple weeks or more as to what type of trainer to buy, glad I found this one on CC. Its a little pricey, but worth it. This is a Great trainer and I love it. It is a workout every time I get on it. Its ready to use right out of the box, simple, portable and comes with its own carry case. The resistance changes with the gear you choose to workout in. You can pedal in granny gear or a hard workout in the big ring gear. Its a good workout.

      You wont be Disappointed

      Simple, easy to setup and use

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Super simple design, comes out of the box ready to setup and use within minutes. Secure clamping on the fork, smooth aluminum rollers with no resistance allow you to use any tire. Great option for race warmups, or spinning away in the basement for winter base training. All-around great option.


      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      No fluff, no computers, just pedaling. Resistance changes as you move through gears which allows you to sprint/crawl naturally. Very simple set up and very portable.

      Works well with boost (110mm) forks.

      Do I need to use a standard trainer tire for this, or are the rollers gentle enough that I can run my regular tires while riding?

      Use any tire you'd like to use. Tires won't wear out against smooth aluminum rollers. Just be sure to run at close to the highest pressure on the sidewall recommendation.

      I'm looking for a trainer to ride one-handed while I recover from a broken wrist. How much balance does this one require relative to a standard rear-triangle mounted turbo?

      The same. It is quite sturdy. The bike rear end moves sideways, pivoting at the headset about 3/4 to 1" either side, but the bike remains perfectly vertical. It can't come off the rollers. There is no "leaning" at all.

      The rear wheel will slide a little bit from side to side if you are laying down power, but because the fork is locked in, the trainer is stable enough to hold with one hand.

      Get Back on Your Bike!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Bought this for my momma who recently had surgery but wanted to get back into riding. So far she loves it! Extremely user friendly- easy set up and break down. Definitely takes a little getting used to, but being able to control your own resistance is a huge plus!

      Very portable, super simple set up

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I've used this a few times now. I will say it is kind of a hike to get on top of the bike when mounted (I have to clip in one foot and swing it over). It is very stable once you are on the bike, but getting on/off can mean one of the front legs lifting off the ground. It's a bit uneasy at first, but overall for the size of this thing, it is a pretty incredible tool, and takes less than 2 minutes to set up and be training.

      How many watts resistance does this trainer allow? Can I do 350W intervals on a standard road bike with, say, a 50/12 high gear?

      Best Answer

      Hi Kirby, This trainer would work great for 350w intervals in high gear. Not ideal for sprint workouts, but good for up to 700w at 100rpm in a 53/11.

      Just what I was looking for

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I was looking for something to take with me to warm up before races. The carrying case provided with the trainer is well made and makes the trainer very easy to toss in the car with the rest of my gear. It barely takes up any space and yet, when unfolded for use, feels very solid and substantial. The rollers give a very good level of resistance that lets me hit the effort zones that I want to hit in warming up by simply changing gears.

      One tip I've found helpful for faster setup. I used a paint pen to make a line on the sliding track so that I simply slide it to the line, tighten the knob, and the rollers are then at the repeatable perfect distance for me to just toss the bike on. Once you spend the few minutes the first time to get the exact distance right so that the rear tire's weight is spread equally between the rollers, you never then have to do it again if you've marked it.

      Thanks for the helpful info 👍🏻💪

      Your most reliable training partner.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I use this at home, by the side of the road on road trips, and for warm-up and cool down at races. As a pro cyclocross racer, I needed something versatile, sturdy enough for out-of-the-saddle sprinting, able to get a little dirty (because my bike is sometimes a little dirty after races ;-), and lightweight enough to travel all over - even overseas! I called it my ride-saver, for the number of times I used it to warm-up, cool down, or sneak in a quick ride at home. Easy to set-up, easy to store, easy to take on the road.

      Great for use in hotel rooms

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I travel for work and was getting tired of lugging my standard fluid trainer up the elevator to my hotel room so I bought the Omnium. It's so easy now to just hold onto it while putting my bike on the elevator and not having to make two trips. Works as described and provides as good a workout as my fluid trainer. I do mostly spinning and intervals indoors and it works great for that type of training. The bag is great and makes transporting the trainer easy. Highly recommend!

      NEVER Going Back....

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This simple fork-mount design is optimized for pre-race warm-up, travel, and those days when life (or the weather) gets in the way of your ride. The Omnium trainer utilizes Internal Progressive Resistance (IPR): delivering a real-road feel with minimal noise.
      Internal Progressive Resistance accepts standard QR, 12×100, 15×100 & 15×110 (boost) thru axles, adjustable wheelbase and fork-mount height for various bicycles (road, MTB, Cx)
      No tools required to assemble or store-€ simply unfold and fold. Bearings are greased and sealed, requiring no maintenance, it also includes a heavy-duty tote bag for transport and storage!
      As a year-round racer, I'm used to lugging around my other trainer and just dealing with the heavy aspect of it. Not saying the trainer I have is bad. This one is simply by far superior and I will not be using the other one ever again. I have used the Omnium for all my warm-ups at all my races this year. The Omnium packs well in my EVOC bike case (my small frame size makes that possible) although it can also be checked separately for travel. It's the best trainer out there.

      NEVER Going Back....

      The answer is, Yes! The Feedback Omnium Trainer accommodates wheel sizes 600c – 700c, 26″-29″ and accepts forks w/ standard QR, 12 x 100, 15 x 100 & 15 x 110 (boost) thru axles!

      Please contact me directly with any future questions!

      Light, easy, solid!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      You may recognize the resemblance the Omnium bears to the SportCrafters trainer of the same name. Feedback was able to license the design and make several noteworthy improvements on the already great original. The Feedback omnium sets up in seconds, transports easily (you can wear the storage bag like a backpack) and you don't need to worry about swapping your rear skewer back and forth (risking jumping into a race with a crooked rear wheel.....been there, don't care to do it again). While the resistance probably won't match that of an adjustable stationary trainer, it's great for pre-race warm ups, quick workouts, bike testing, etc. You can't beat the size and weight, and the typical excellent Feedback quality and functionality is all there. Outstanding overall!

      Light, easy, solid!