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Blue Matic T2650
The Blue Matic is the intermediate model of the Blue cycletrainers. Its maximum resistance is 700 Watt. The Blue Matic has a magnetic brake with permanent-magnets. You set the resistance selecting one of the ten different positions via the handlebar resistance lever. During your training session the resistance increases as you cycle faster or switch to a heavier setting. The robust frame stands firmly on the ground and it is very user friendly because the trainer can be assembled in no time at all.
- Software PC/laptop -
- Operation Handlebar resistance lever
- Resistance unit Magnetic
- Braking positions 10
- Descent simulation -
- Max brake power (10 sec.) 700 Watt
- Sprint power (1 min.) 600 Watt
- Mass inertia 8 kg 1
- Suitable for all bikes, if necessary with axle skewers or nuts
Wheeldiameter 26"- 29" and 700c; 29" with trainer tyre
1 Flywheel effect: the higher the value, the more realistic the cycling experience
The magnetic brake has a simpler braking system and is therefore ideal for straightforward training sessions such as warming up before a race and endurance training. The road is simulated using different positions that you adjust yourself.
The Blue Matic’s magnetic brake consists of two discs with 8 permanent-magnets each. With the 10 position handlebar resistance lever you can change the position of the magnets in the brake unit in relation to each other. While training the resistance increases when you cycle faster and/or in a heavier mode. The maximum resistance is 700 Watt.
Blue Matic T2650
Cycletrainer with magnetic brake & handlebar resistance lever. Skyliner, Tacx films optional (with Video Player).
Max brake power 700 Watt
A magnetic brake regulates the resistance using several adjustable positions. This allows you to simulate a climb.
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The white lines in the graph shown above indicate the power, cycling speed and slope. The blue areas indicate the operational range: which resistance can the different resistance units apply at certain speeds and gradients and how realistic is the cycling experience?