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On Test: Kurt Kinetic Rock & Roll Pro trainer, March 25, 2008

Kurt Kinetic's Rock & Roll is a unique looking trainer
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Current versions are dressed
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The heart of any trainer
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Kurt Kinetic uses an array of powerful magnets
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Eliminating the drive shaft
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The Pro version can be fitted
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…although the standard 2.7kg (6lb) is perfect
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The Rock & Roll frame
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Elastomeric cones isolate the upper carriage
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Big PVC feet keep the Rock & Roll firmly planted
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The big quick release lever
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The legs can be removed easily enough
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The Rock & Roll frame is ideally sized
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The optional Turntable Riser Ring
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Near-real time power measurements can also be had
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It's a good thing
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