In this video we will show how to mount your bike to the KICKR trainer using the 130/135 mm axle as well as the 142/148 mm thru ale adapters. If you missed the KICKR Setup: Unboxing and Initial Setup check it out here: 🤍youtu.be/1RXATMoTu6Q For KICKR Setup: Pairing and Calibrating check this out: 🤍youtu.be/I7jqzjgyJwE If you have questions or concerns please reach out to our support team: 🤍support.wahoofitness.com
How about adapters? Don't you need a different adapter for the quick release solution?
Thanks a lot for tout great video. This is really usefull. I have a question, I'll receive a new bike having 14 speed... Do you know if it will be possible to adapt it on the HT !?
Maybe I missed it. I'm trying to put a bike with a skewer axle on the trainer. This video is absolutely useless. We all know how to install a wheel, dude. The adapter part is what I was looking for. Try again.
not sure why nobody mentioned plastic stopper for disc breaks as a Step 1.
I'm wondering if my bike is not wide enough. I've got a Scapin Eos Team of 2007 and it doesn't fall into place like it should be. At least, not like shown in the video.
What about the 142 mm adapter. Does it go on the inside or outside of the frame? Doesn't help if you don't show all the details.
Can you put a gravel bike on a Wahoo Kickr 2018 with no issues? Thanks
worse video i think I have ever seen...no proper explanation!
Hello, I have acquired a wahoo kickr Core roller, I have a 2020 oiz m10 with a Shimano 12v cassette, I wanted to know if I can put a 12v Cassette without changing the core, I had been told that I could put SRAM NX or Sunrace and I would not have to change the core, I'm a little lost and wanted to be sure before buying the cassette, thanks.
This doesn't help because it doesn't show how to get the wheel off in the first place
Chris again!!! How about you reply to my support emails... Please... Stop... Ignoring... Me.... The kickr is 1200 in Australia. It's not nice to ignore cuwtoemrs who have written you support emails and provided results on the tests you asked them to complete... Be polite please. Respond to customer support emails.