Revbox - Standard MK7.1 Trainer

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REVBOX Standard MK7.1 Indoor Trainer

The most advanced air-braked trainer on the market just got lighter.

The Revbox is the latest in lightweight, stationary training systems for cyclists, triathletes and fitness enthusiasts alike. Proudly New Zealand designed, owned and operated. With the large fan providing audible feedback to assist in perfecting your pedaling technique, this low inertia trainer generates highly efficient muscle conditioning ensuring that you get the most out of each pedal stroke.

Now with injection moulded fan blades for added strength, weight reduction and sound dampening. All leg and lower back muscles are engaged and evenly utilised during the 360˚ pedal stroke, resulting in maximum training performance in an efficient timeframe. The Revbox Standard MK7.1 is perfect for athletes with an FTP of >250.


REVBOX Standard MK7.1 Trainer Specifications

Injection moulded blades which gain very little forward momentum, if any, equaling the very low inertia.

ABS side panels that are extremely durable, lightweight and rigid.

CNC precision machined components and parts.

Protective mesh casing for a safe, fully enclosed unit.

CNC machined aluminum support stand for ultimate stabilisation.

Removable stabiliser leg made from stainless steel.

Compatible with all conventional road bicycles (10/11 speed) by simply removing the rear wheel.

RR and MTB through axle conversion kits are available as well.

Low Inertia

The main part of the unit is made of a specially machined hub that holds nine aluminium fan blades. This fan forms the heart of the trainer and operates almost entirely without centrifugal mass, giving the Revbox its very Low Inertia. The dimensions of the blades have been carefully designed to promote a resistance range that allows incredibly high power output training at even very low pedal speeds. This means that the athlete does not at any point in the 360° pedal stroke receive any assistance from the weight of the flywheel, as is the case with most other trainers.

Low inertia? This is best described as riding uphill or against the wind. It can also be described as a light, hollow ball, rolled alongside a solid metal ball (representing High Inertia) - the metal ball will roll much further and gain momentum with the same amount of assistance. High Inertia trainers do not provide the rider with the workout needed to achieve the best results - as it constantly assists their pedal stroke therefore, results from a Low Inertia trainer come out on top every time.


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