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Direct drive transmission
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This has been great. I bought it at the beginning of winter and have used it almost everyday. The volume is great. There are no unusual weird high pitch noises or grinding sounds from this trainer. Noise levels seem to be pretty progressive. But it never feels too loud when you're hammering, especially with all the blood rushing past your ears. Ride feel has been great. I was worried about the light flywheel not having a realistic feel, but the progressive resistance really help feel like you're riding outside. It's not a powered trainer so you miss done of the adjustable features on Zwift, but I've never had a problem with the feel of it while training or doing a zwift race. The only time it feels like a traineris when you have to stop and start. There's a big of chugging when you do that too remind you you're on a trainer. Other than that, I'm very satisfied with the resistance feel, especially for the price. Stability isn't an issue. You can't throw your bike around like you do outside, but it helps you stay on control. I've never felt like I'm going to tip even when sprinting our leaning over to pick something up. Granted, I'm a smaller rider, but I don't think it should be an issue for most. Set up was easy. Instructions for building it and the connectivity features were a little sparse. But most who have built furniture or set up a hone router should have no problem. It also has all the hardware for current road bike standards so that's appreciated. I did buy an ant+ dongle as I felt that's a better connection for my set up. But that's no fault of the trainer. Overall, I'd definitely recommend this to anyone living somewhere where you have to ride indoors during the winter. Take the money you save from not buying a smart trainer Ann's get yourself a new kit or do a spring training camp. You're gonna want to show up all your riding buddies with your winter fitness.