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Maximize Your Fluid 365 Trainer

Congratulations on your purchase of your new ElliptiGO Fluid 365 Stationary Trainer! Here are some tips and tricks to get the most out of your new trainer.

Set-up, Assembly and Operation
We hope you found the assembly of your ElliptiGO Fluid 365 to be simple and straightforward. If you have not already had the chance to set-up your stationary trainer or if you need guidance on how to install or remove your bike, please refer to the Owner’s Manual or visit our support videos.

Dialing in your Stationary Trainer Experience
There are a variety of ways to personalize your stationary trainer set-up. The following are some accessories we suggest you consider:


Tracking Speed, Distance & Cadence
There are a variety of devices, including Garmin, Cateye, and Wahoo, that can be used to track your speed, distance and cadence which can then be uploaded to popular training apps like Strava or MapMyRide. We recommend the Wahoo Speed and Cadence sensor, mentioned above.

ElliptiGO Specific Stationary Trainer Workouts – New
By popular demand, we are excited to share our first set of ElliptiGO specific stationary trainer classes. Take a look, take a class and let us know what you think.

 

Interactive Virtual Training and Competition
Zwift: We get quite a few folks asking us about Zwift. It is a really cool online cycling and running platform (or better yet, video game), that enables users to interact, train and compete in a virtual world. Unfortunately, it’s not a platform we perfectly integrate with at this time. BUT… you can still use it and have fun. The ElliptiGO Fluid 365 Trainer is a classic trainer without any built-in electronics, so you’ll need a speed and cadence sensor (like the Wahoo suggested above) to connect to Zwift. This translates speed from the trainer into watts using an estimated power curve. Note: The ElliptiGO Fluid Trainers is not currently listed as an available option on Zwift, so we recommend that you select the Kurt Kinetic Road Machine during the set-up process. The power curves related to the Kurt Kinetic Road Machine don’t exactly match those of the Fluid 365, but it doesn’t mean you still can’t “play’. The first week is free and after that it is $14.99/month.