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CycleOps Hammer Direct Drive Trainer

CycleOps Hammer Direct Drive Trainer

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5.0 stars
 (21 Reviews)
$1,199.99
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CycleOps Hammer Direct Drive Trainer

The Hammer Direct Drive Trainer redefines indoor training to create the ultimate riding experience. One that's versatile enough to handle the most intense interval sessions as it is the easiest of recovery rides. Simply put, the Hammer is the perfect addition to any athlete's toolbox.

This direct drive style bike trainer eliminates the tire-to-roller contact, and is capable of replicating any outdoor ride from conversational group rides to rolling hills to pain face inducing 20% grades. All of this is done with a smooth, road-like-feel thanks to a massive 20 lb. precision-balanced flywheel that replicates real world inertia better than anyone else. Paired with our innovative, rapid response electromagnetic resistance system and you've got a bike trainer that can cover large resistance changes in a blink of an eye at a whisper quiet 64 decibels. Plus, the Hammer's revolutionary axle compatibility gives you the freedom to choose any thru-axle or quick release bike now and for years to come. Simply add a cassette, pop off your rear wheel, connect to your favorite virtual training software and prepare to Hammer away.

- Noise level at 20 mph is 64 decibels, quiet enough to ride in a library.
- PowerTuned using PowerTap technology for accurate power readings.
- Thru-axle compatible for bike frames with fork widths of 142 or 148.
- Quick-release compatible for bike frames with fork widths of 130mm and 135 mm.
- Integrated dual ANT+ FE-C and Bluetooth 4.0 technologies.
- Compatible with a wide variety of devices and virtual training application, including CycleOps VirtualTraining, Zwift, TrainerRoad and many more. Contact us with questions about compatibility with other software.
- 20 lb precision balanced flywheel provides quiet, vibration free and true-to-the-road riding experience.
- Fast response electromagnetic resistance ensure most responsive resistance and maximum power available.
- Robust design is capable of handling up to 2000 watts at 20 mph and can simulate up to a 20% climbing grade.
- Direct drive design directly connects the bicycle to the resistance unit, eliminating tire wear.
- Integrated front wheel tray adds stability to ride without taking up any extra storage space.
- Internally cooling technology ensures accurate ride data even during the hardest of workouts.
- Integrated front wheel tray adds stability to ride and nests within the trainer when not in use.
- Folding legs provide widest footprint of direct drive indoor bicycle trainers on the market for added stability and easy storage.
- Includes a Shimano splined freehub for compatibility with Shimano 8-11 speed cassettes.
- Accessible and balanced handle allows for smooth, anyone-can-carry transit of the trainer.
- Over the air (OTA) firmware updates via Bluetooth 4.0 devices ensures the Hammer is up to date.
- 300 lb (136 kg) maximum load – excluding bicycle.
- Cassette not included.
- Dimensions when Open L*H*W: 31”x18.5”x19.5” (787.4x469.9x495.3 mm).
- Dimensions when Closed L*H*W: 8.5”x18.5”x19.5” (76.2x469.9x495.3 mm).
- Weighs in at 47 lb (21.3 kg).

 
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    5.0 stars

    (based on 21 reviews)

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    Pros

    • Easy to use  (18)
    • Easy to set up  (16)
    • Improves strength  (16)
    • Increases endurance  (16)
    • Improves agility  (4)

    Cons

    • Difficult to set up 
    • Heavy to transport 

    Best Uses

    • Individual sports  (10)
    • Speed training  (10)
    • Strength training  (7)
    • Team sports  (2)
    • Endurance training, training with power 

    Reviewed by 21 customers

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    5.0

    Great trainer!

    By Sammo

    from Billings, MT

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Improves Strength
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Easy To Use
    • Smooth
    • Increases Endurance
    • Good "road feel"

    Cons

    • Heavy to transport

    Best Uses

    • Strength Training
    • Speed Training

    Comments:

    I use this with Zwift and it makes indoor riding/training SOOO much more enjoyable. It's great being able to pick a cadence a let the trainer set the resistance.

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    5.0

    i want to buy product agran

    By jimmy

    from amnatcharoen thailand

    About Me

    Comments:

    good

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    5.0

    this is one intense indoor trainer!!

    By kmamula

    from pittsburgh pa

    About Me Casual/Recreational Rider

    Pros

    • Easy To Set Up
    • Improves Strength
    • Improves Agility
    • Increases Endurance
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Speed Training
      • Strength Training

      Comments:

      i love this trainer. it really makes riding indoors intense!

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      5.0

      very good product

      By phill

      from Brockton MA

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Comments:

      indoor training

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      5.0

      Best riding tool I've ever purchased

      By John the bike wrench

      from Grand Forks, ND

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

      • Improves Agility
      • Easy To Use
      • Increases Endurance
      • Improves Strength

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Individual Sports

        Comments:

        I used the Hammer in conjunction with online riding programs, and could not be happier with the results. The road like feel and smooth, but noticeable resistance changes with the slightest elevation change on my computer made indoor training fun and effective. The noise level is quiet enough that it did not wake my kids sleeping in the room next to the trainer when I had to ride late in the evening. Resistance changes were very smooth and increased to the point I had to shift into granny gear on some extreme climbs. Setup is as easy as changing a cassette and replacing a skewer. I connected an ANT dongle and streamed the virtual ride to my TV for a more enjoyable ride. The trainer was very stable during sprints and folded up easily enough to fit in the closet when company visited and we needed the extra space. Using the Hammer definitely helped my outdoor riding this spring, and I can't wait to see what I can do after a full winter of riding with this machine!

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        5.0

        Love it!

        By Ali

        from Boston, MA

        About Me Competitive Cyclist

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Increases Endurance
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Improves Strength

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Individual Sports

          Comments:

          Excellent trainer! I've had many different brands and types of trainers. This is by far my favorite smart trainer I've owned. Fewer wires, easy to set up, easy to travel with despite it's weight.

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          5.0

          Best Indoor Riding Experience

          By DPG

          from Fort Collins

          About Me Casual/Recreational Rider

          Pros

          • Increases Endurance
          • Improves Strength
          • Easy To Use
          • Easy To Set Up

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Individual Sports

            Comments:

            Great indoor riding experience with fantastic road feel. Very easy to set-up. I'm using CVT with a nice mixture of rides available. Highly recommended.

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            5.0

            Smooth, reliable, accurate.

            By Matt

            from Chesterfield, MI

            About Me Competitive Cyclist

            Pros

            • Improves Strength
            • Easy To Use
            • Increases Endurance

            Cons

            • Difficult To Set Up

            Best Uses

            • Individual Sports
            • Speed Training
            • Team Sports

            Comments:

            The setup for this is only slightly more difficult than the wahoo kickr, but that is where my preference for the kickr ends. Side by side the noise difference between the kickr and hammer is nearly indistinguishable, but the interesting thing is that the hammer doesn't seem to vibrate the floor beneath it as much as the kickr. I could run this unit upstairs in the morning and (probably) not wake up anyone else in the house. The road feeling on the hammer is superior to the kickr as well. With the kickr if you stop pedaling during an interval it feels like you have to sprint in order to get the flywheel moving again. The hammer smoothly brings you back to the target wattage. And lastly (for this review) the hammer just feels more solid than the kickr. I'm not afraid to get out of the saddle and push some big watts while in the hammer. The kickr on the other hand feels a bit more flimsy. Really happy with this purchase.

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            5.0

            I would definitely recommend

            By sitesee

            from GreenBay, Wisconsin

            About Me Casual/Recreational Rider

            Pros

            • Easy To Use
            • Easy To Set Up
            • Improves Strength

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Individual Sports

              Comments:

              Love it. Almost want to use over actually biking. Would like a cross America virtual ride as an option.

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              5.0

              Great machine

              By Eric

              from Ft Worth, TX

              About Me Avid Cyclist

              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Easy To Set Up
              • Improves Strength

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Speed Training
                • Strength Training

                Comments:

                My first smart trainer and chose the Hammer over the Kickr based on reviews of both. It's pretty quiet, but I don't live in an apartment, so it's not and issue. I've read the Kickr can be loud. The set up is easy and found that it "likes" the ANT+ connection better that Bluetooth when it comes to my PC. Just my experience. It talked to my iPad via Bluetooth without a problem. The road feel is pretty good, but there is no such thing a coasting downhill! The resistance eases up, but you still have to pedal. Just the way it is. It comes with a bunch of training profiles and video rides. Just rode around a section of Iceland the other day. Pretty cool. I'll follow up with more as I ride it more. My primary reason for buying it was to do hill work and intervals.

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