“Road feel” is what with regards to each and every indoor trainer chases in some fashion. It makes sense, as most of us prefer riding out of doors. Most companies use a weighted flywheel in conjunction with some more or less magnetic or fluid resistance to provide you with that elusive feeling. A couple of use a pc program to create the magnetic resistance. Only Kinetic by Kurt employs a resistance unit and frame designed to mimic the natural movement of riding out At the open road. They put both parts together within the Rock and Roll Trainer.Kinetic answers the resistance issue with their Road Resistance Unit. The roller itself is The primary a part of the answer. It is made of stainless steel and is 2.5in (6.35cm) in diameter, which is a great bit larger than much of the competition. The larger roller means less wear to your tire and it reduces the temperature of the spinning elements. The proper side has a 6.25-pound (2.84kg) flywheel, the heaviest around, which is what gives the sensation of momentum if you end up spinning on top of things, holding speed, and slowing down. At the left side is a unique two-part resistance unit, which is the heart in their system.The resistance unit is unique as It is made of two parts. The primary is the driver made of a small flywheel embedded with six rare-earth magnets. The other half is an absolutely sealed cast-aluminum fluid chamber that may be bolted to the housing containing the driver. The fluid chamber comprises an impeller with corresponding magnets. As you ride, the magnets within the driver spin the impeller through medical-grade silicone fluid to give you the resistance. And since there is not any drive shaft entering the fluid chamber, the Kinetic design gets rid of a common design weakness of most fluid-resistance units.Of course, the system builds heat; your energy has to head somewhere (on this case friction). On the other hand, the fluid acts as a coolant and the chamber has 80 cooling fins At the out of doors that act like radiator fins.