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CycleOps Bike Trainer Replacement Parts

by Patrick Davis

CycleOps Bike Trainer Replacement PartsTrainer season is here in the midwest. Temps are dropping and snow is looming in the near future. This doesn't mean cycling has to stop. It just means the next few months are filled with blasting tunes, movie watching, and fun trainer rides.

Trainers are, for the most part, made to last forever. They have great warranties and, unless Mark Cavendish locks in, these things will get most riders through decades of riding. Over time, however, some parts might not work as great as when they were new.

If you own or are thinking of purchasing a CycleOps trainer you are in luck. They make a great product that lasts for a long time and works every time. In addition, they make it easy to get ahold of the bits and pieces needed to keep you training.

CycleOps Lifetime Warranty

One thing to mention is the lifetime warranty CycleOps offers on their products. As a local shop and online company we have had customers need warranty help in both settings. In our experience, CycleOps does a great job fixing or replacing the product and keeping the customer happy. Make sure to keep your receipt because the warranty applies to the original owner only. Also, it applies to hardware parts that do not wear out through use.

CycleOps Replacement Parts

If you have worn out or lost parts, before shopping for a new trainer, turn that “piece of crap trainer” back into an important training tool. Take a look at this list of products we have that wear out over many miles of use.

CycleOps Replacement Parts: Trainer Foot1. Trainer Foot. Those little rubber feet on the legs of the trainer are pretty darn important. Not just as a buffer between metal and floor, but little do many people know these act as a leveling tool. They are drilled off-center so you can twist them around and get a balanced trainer even on an unlevel surface. The problem with these little feet is they sometimes fall off and get lost. These trainer feet are compatible with “classic series” trainers. This includes the Fluid2, Magneto, Mag, Mag+, and Wind trainers. For about $5 you can get a replacement. (Part number: 13899)  Buy Now

2. Trainer Bolt Action Kit. These trainers can put up with a lot of abuse before needing a little TLC. As with anything, when there are moving parts, things get worn down. The locking mechanism on these trainers plays an important role in keeping your bike safely locked in.

When do you know these pieces need replaced?

  • The knob does not stay in the slider due to it getting stripped out.
  • The slider does not hold the skewer properly. Sometimes with improper use the slider end can get worn down and not hold tightly.
  • Your trainer skewer looks nothing like a skewer anymore. These things get abused and need replaced from time to time.

CycleOps Trainer Bolt Actions KitKit with spring slider: This replacement Bolt Action Assembly Kit is for CycleOps classic series trainers built in 2014 and newer (black frame). The kit includes the slider tube with internal spring, the lever handle, and a trainer skewer. (Part number: 21710)  Buy Now

CycleOps Trainer Bolt Action KitKit with plain slider: This replacement Bolt Action Assembly Kit is for CycleOps classic series trainers built before 2014 (gray frame). The kit includes the slider tube, the lever handle, and a trainer skewer. (Part number: 20921)  Buy Now

CycleOps Replacement Parts: Trainer Skewer3. Trainer Skewer. This is the part most likely to get lost over the summer. You took it off last spring to put on the nice lightweight skewer that color matches your bike. Unfortunately, that fancy skewer isn't made to withstand the forces of the trainer, nor is it shaped correctly to make a secure fit. Pick up a couple extra trainer skewers, one for each bike that you will put on the trainer.  Buy Now

CycleOps Replacement Parts: Trainer Knob Kit4. Trainer Knob Kit. Are you having troubles tightening the trainer roller to your tire? A lot of older generation trainers have this knob style tightener and with use it may eventually need replacing. The kit comes with knob, knob nut, and L-bolt. It is pretty easy to swap out and get back to riding. This is for all classic series trainers, not the pro series. (Part number: 19883)  Buy Now

CycleOps Replacement Parts: Trainer Clutch Knob Kit5. Trainer Clutch Knob Kit. Do you have a current clutch knob  that does not work well, or want to upgrade from the old trainer knob or cam lever? Never worry about number of knob turns when trying to get consistent feel from ride to ride. Simply turn the knob until it clicks. This is compatible with all classic series trainers. (Part number: 9713)  Buy Now

CycleOps Replacement Parts: Mag Triner Remote6. Shifter for Mag Trainers. This is either an add-on or replacement part. Mag trainers have multiple levels of liner resistance. There are two ways to change resistance to match different workout types. Riders can change resistance levels by getting off and adjusting it on the unit itself. However, getting off your bike ruins the flow of the ride. This lever quickly and easily attaches to your handlebars. All Mag (not Magneto) trainers can be retrofit to work with this adjuster. (Part number: 9703)  Buy Now

CycleOps Replacement Parts: Wheel Adapter7. 20/24” Wheel Adapter. The wheel adapter is great for putting a kids bike or recumbent on a trainer. This adapter changes the flywheel and drum height to match a 20" or 24" tire. With some simple tools and this kit, the whole family can be riding in no time! Can be used with classic series trainers (Wind, Mag, Mag+ Magneto, and Fluid2). (Part number: 9705)  Buy Now

CycleOps Replacement Parts: Roller Belt8. Roller Belt. Maybe you use rollers instead of a trainer. Is your roller belt fraying, slipping, or broken? This monster rubber-band-looking replacement will get you riding again quickly. Installation is very simple. All models of CycleOps rollers use the same belt so there are no questions of compatibility. (Part number: 14040)  Buy Now

If the part you need isn't listed above, please ask in the comments or give us a call.

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Katherine is our Content Champion. She has done triathlons in the past, and now focuses on mountain biking and long-distance gravel riding. She still has a soft spot in her heart for weird multi-sport events like indoor triathlon and aquabike. She also teaches indoor cycling.

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  • Katherine

    I'll be the first to admit that I had absolutely no idea that those feet work like that. That's pretty cool.

  • Daren Munroe

    I have been looking for the "other" side of the bolt action kit. Does anyone know if that is even available?

  • David brown

    You guys are the only place to list spare parts for CycleOps trainers. I need to replace the lock washer shown in the picture above. My son removed and lost mine. I can use the trainer but it is wobbly without having the lock washer.

  • Charles Sweiderk

    L-bolt broke on my magneto trainer

  • Gerry

    I am looking for the black bushing that goes around the action bolt. Without it the action bolt wobbles.

  • Bob Hamilton

    I have older model fluid trainger. Broke plastic handler for locking down bike wheel. Is there a replacement part for this?

  • http://mikeway.wordpress.com Mike

    I was curious if those feet would work as replacements for rear feet. The feet have disappeared off of the rear (part closest to the resistance unit) of my trainer, and I need replacements. I believe that this was manufactured prior to 2013.

  • john mclean

    Hi Katherine that last link doesnt appear to work as i too require rear feet for my cycleops jet fluid pro

  • David Paulson

    Cool Blog

  • Tammy Thomas

    Hi! The metal part that my tire rests on while on the
    trainer has worn plum through. Can this be replaced? Thanks!

  • amy

    Is there any way to get new bearings for the shaft?

  • paul

    My cycleops jetfluid pro.
    The cam adjustment handle and screw (some threads have been stripped).
    Is this covered by warranty?

  • paul

    My Cycleops Jetfluid Pro - the spring within the cam operation does not work very well?
    Is this something that would be covered by the warranty? I have not seen a spring, I just feel the tension not releasing in a smooth manner. Also the long bolt seems to have some stripped threads caused by the nut - again this has not been touched as this machine was only ever used by my wife with her one bike - so no changes in settings were needed. Thanks

  • D albert

    I'm looking for the part that grabs on to the skewer on the left side

  • Blake Densley

    I have an older cycleops fluid trainer and I may be dumb, but the skewer doesn't seem to fit the housing correctly. I bought a new skewer from cycleops to see if that was the issue, but it is not. I have a picture attached. There is a significant gap on the side of the skewer with the quick release when the housing is around it. Is the skewer supposed to sit deeper in that housing? Any suggestions? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/30b124bda4aa7d23a219ef9717cec8a0773fc6b9574192cf8cf5cedf7ff41d32.jpg

  • Darren Jermyn

    Hi there. Do you sell the part in the picture below? It connects the L-bolt to the knob on the Cycleops Wind Trainer. I can't find it anywhere online. I'm pretty sure I see it in your parts picture above but I don't know what is it called. Thanks in advance.

  • PE Colin

    hello, I have an older cycleops fluid trainerpro, and i have loose the part that grabs on to the skewer on the left side. I have still the plastic sleeve. Are you selling it? Thanks and best regards.

  • https://www.facebook.com/app_scoped_user_id/1593601692/ Elizabeth Loeb McCane

    I've lost the bushing that holds the outside end of the plain slider in place. I can still use the slider but it's tricky and hard to slide.

  • Tracy Santagate

    I am looking for a replacement power cord for CycleOps 400 Pro Indoor Stationary Trainer Spinning Bike...does anyone know where I could find one?

  • Paul Wolf

    I got a Cycleops 200e from someone on Craig's List, for about $150. It worked great except for the electronics, and seemed to be the best made stationary bike I ever owned. I go through them a lot because I never sit in the seat, but ride standing up on the pedals like I'm on a mountain bike. So, this is how I broke the sprocket on the flywheel in the front. They look like they're made of aluminum, embedded in something like bakelite. Apparently the part is not available, even from Saris, and I would have to get one off another 200e flywheel. In other words, the bike is dead. Any ideas?