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Feedback Sports Omnium Portable Trainer Includes Bag

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  • $500.00
  • Regular price $550.00

About Feedback Sports Omnium Portable Trainer

The Feedback Sports Omnium Portable Trainer utilizes Internal Progressive Resistance (IPR): delivering a real-road feel with minimal noise.

This simple fork-mount design is optimized for pre-race warm-up, travel, and those days when life (or the weather) gets in the way of your ride.


Internal Progressive Resistance

Includes adapters for standard QR, 12×100, 15×100 & 15×110 (boost) thru axles

Adjustable wheelbase and fork-mount height for various bicycles (Road, MTB, CX)

No tools required to assemble or store — simply unfold and fold.

Bearings are greased and sealed, requiring no maintenance

Includes heavy-duty tote bag for transport and storage

Compatible with Zwift, The Sufferfest, TrainerRoad and Kinomap.


Total weight: (6.35 kg)

Folded dimensions: (66 cm x 18 cm x 20 cm)

Includes adapters for standard QR: 12 x 100, 15 x 100, & 15 x 110 (boost) thru axles

Accommodates wheel sizes: 600c – 700c, 26″-29″

Aluminum drums: 4.0″ diameter, double-wall design

Rider weight limit: 102kg

Wheel base from: 840mm to 1200mm

3-Year Warranty

More About The Manufacturer Feedback Sports

Based in Golden, Colorado, Feedback Sports was founded by avid cyclist/racer Doug Hudson in 2004 with his development of the Alpine Digital Scale to weigh bicycles. The scales were successfully distributed through another Colorado company named Ultimate Bike Support, which Feedback Sports acquired in 2008, adding bicycle work stands and storage stands to the Feedback product mix. Their mission is to create products that they believe in, while forging long-lasting relationships with their customers and the cycling community. Their passion for cycling led to an appreciation for high-performing, well-tuned machines and this flows into the products they make. The name 'Feedback Sports' comes from an engineer’s use of feedback loops and cycles to improve and stabilize systems.