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Kinetic Riser Ring
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Item # KIN0008

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Item # KIN0008

Description

Hold ‘er steady.

Put the Kinetic Riser Ring under your front wheel and watch the pros ride last year’s Tour while you sit and spin for a few hours. The Riser Ring accommodates tires up to 2.25in wide, so it accommodates the current new standard of 25mm tires with ease. It's also future-proof as it'll fit the 28mm tires we'll all be riding in few years, a small mercy that will take the sting out of a wheelset and frame upgrade in pursuit of more tire clearance. The riser features four heights in half-inch increments to level out your bike. If you really want to enhance the simulation, stack some phone books underneath and pretend you’re climbing Ventoux.

  • a stabilizing riser block for indoor cycling trainers
  • Easily accommodates tires up to mid-sized mountain tires
  • Each cradle features a different height

Tech Specs

Material:
PVC
Recommended Use:
cycling, training
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

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Good Product

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

This item does its function well and is durable after the 2 years since I have purchased it.

Avg. ride time: 3h 18m per week
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Marginally better than a 2x4

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

It's primary advantage is the security of the groves. Bike stays in place. But a couple of pieces of wood work to set the right height too. I bought it, now i have to find a space to store it when not in use. Probably sits between the legs of the Kinetic. Still a lot of money for a piece of plastic that is only marginally better than a DIY solution.

Bye Bye Phone Book

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

For years I was took cheap to buy a riser block. I used phone books, blocks of wood, weight scales, sandles stacked inside each other... Anything I could find to save the $40 bucks. All that effort to save the $40, and experience a sub-par indoor riding experience was not worth it -- this thing changed my indoor riding life.



The ring works well for my road, mountain, and gravel bikes because of the different groove heights in the riser ring.

Great Riser

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Solid, not as bulky as other risers and has a few different height settings which is nice. I would suggest using a floor mat underneath it for added stability and protecting whatever surface is beneath it.

Does what it is supposed to do

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a must have if you are using an indoor trainer. I like that it has plenty of different settings to adjust the front wheel height. I have a mat that I place my trainer and riser block on - so it does not move while I ride. I rotate the block after every ride so I'm not always riding at the same setting.

I don't like it

    it has very little contact with the floor and it get's out of place too easy unless you have a foam mat, or carpet.

    Avg. ride time: 0m per week
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    It's a riser man.

      I like the Kinetic riser because it has four height setting. It leaves a nice ring on the carper so you know exactly where to put it before your ride.