Saris M2 Smart Trainer (Electronic Resistance)

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Saris M2 Smart Trainer (Electronic Resistance)
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The Saris M2 smart bike trainer is capable of replicating any workout thrown its way, up to 1500 watts and a 15% climbing grade. Simply connect to your indoor cycling application of choice via integrated dual-band ANT+ FE-C and Bluetooth, and let the M2’s electromagnetic response system do the rest. With integrated speed, cadence and power data, you can track and record performance data without extra external sensors.

Features:

  • Power readings accurate to +/- 5%
  • Controlled, electromagnetic resistance provides a precise workout every time
  • eamlessly connects to indoor cycling apps with dual ANT+ FE-C and Bluetooth standards
  • Integrated cadence, speed and power data – no external sensors needed
  • Noise level is a quiet 69 decibels at 20 mph
  • Designed to fit common road and mountain bike frames with included steel quick release skewer and has three settings for rear dropout spacing: 120mm, 130mm and 135mm. Optional thru-axle adapter available for 142x12mm and 148x12mm
  • 2" resistance unit roller allows for 650b, 700c, 26", 27", and 29" - up to a 2.0 tire.. Does not fit 650c wheel sizes, nor all 29er tires
Specifications:
Minimum Wheel Diameter:  20" w/ adaptor (Sold Separate)
Resistance: Electronic
Adjustable Resistance: Yes

This product was added to our catalog on April 5, 2020

Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 3 2021 (11 months ago)
Saris M2 Smart Trainer (Electronic Resistance)
Assembled new trainer as directed. Followed instruction 14 "turn resistance unit knob (c) until it CLICKS" [emphasis in manual.] No click ever came. Instead, the metal frame of the resistance unit deformed, the paint flaked away, and the L-bolt defected toward the left side.