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Problems setting up bike trainer

I have this bike trainer (FORZA F-2 MAGNETIC BICYCLE TRAINER NEW BIKE) and the instructions are terrible. I can't seem to set it up with my bike.

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Put the bike in while the trainer is opened. tighten the bolts around the skewer. that should be straight forward... good luck

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How do I get a Raleigh Rapide (circa early 1980's) to hook up to this trainer? The rear wheel axle does not have a quick disconnect and I can't remove the axle to replace with the supplied skewer

A QR rear axle CAN be retro-fitted to your wheel by a bike shop and it would make wheel removal for repair much easier. If you DO go this route make sure to get an old-school rounded QR where the handle is not overlapping the end of the axle.

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Just the same, won't the trainer grip the (assumed) nuts holding your wheel? It might mar the insides but I would think it would hold.

I just looked at the hardware on my old-school trainer and I think it would accomodate a 9/16" or 5/8" nut. I don't own any standard wheels to check it with.

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Can i use a rear skewer with bolt ends on my cannondale quick 6? will they ruin my frame? i purchased a used forza bike trainer and it did not come with a skewer. i am not sure what kind of skewer to...

Look at this old-school skewer and find one at a local bike shop or ask a friend who owns a couple of bikes. He probably has some unused ones just lying around.

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Skewer is missing from used Blackburn Tech Mag 6 bicycle trainer. Is it needed or can I simply mount the bike using the quick release skewer already on the bike?

I don't see a skewer supplied with the trainer. If the mechanisms for securing the bike axle are intact you can use your original skewers. I'd look at how well they mate before committing though, especially if your skewer is after-market or proprietary design. The old school chrome skewer with a rounded head is the best. The first one shown here is the universal design.

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Skewer is missing from purchased used Blackburn Tech Mag 6 bicycle trainer. Is it needed or can I simply mount the bicycle using the quick release skewer that is already on the bike?

Go to your local bike shop and get one, or have them order you one. It is better to use the one that comes with the trainer, they are not that expensive

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I have a Cannondale road bike. There is a quick

You may need to remove the wheel, undo the quick release axle from the opposite side and then use the axle that comes with your trainer.

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How do I attach bike to trainer

you need a "bullit" skewer, (if you don't have one already) on your back wheel.
This is rounded at both ends to sit in the clamps on the turbo trainer.Make sure that the wheel unit on the trainer is low enough so that you can mount your bike. clamp in the back wheel, not too tight as you will cause damage to your hub. Raise the wheel on the trainer to the back wheel of your bike, again, not too tigt as there will be a lot of heat from the friction of the wheel against it, but tight enough to prevent slipping. get on your bike and prepare to sweat like hell!!!
I hope this was of some help,

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