SportCrafters Omnium Trainer

The traveling trainer.

Few sights get our heart rates up faster than a bank of trainers set up in a shaded corner of a parking lot half an hour before start time, and few trainers are as easy to transport and set up as the SportCrafters Omnium Trainer. With a quick-release faux axle up front and a pair of Made-in-Indiana drums in the back, the Omnium lets you pop your race machine in for warming up or down without worrying about instability or rear tire wear.

The ARC Power Modulation feature also means that whether you're warming up for an event that begins in minutes or getting a head start on your training during the depths of winter, you'll experience dynamic resistance that mimics road riding. ARC involves internal magnets that migrate toward the drum walls as you spin the rear wheel up, so resistance increases with speed for an on-the-road feel while you're on the trainer.

  • Ideal for pre-race warm up
  • Lightweight and durable aluminum frame
  • ARC Power Modulation reproduces road-like feel
  • Collapses for easy storage or transportation
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  • Q & A

Does it come with a traveling bag like the FEEDBACK SPORTS OMNIUM PORTABLE TRAINER?

Lawrence,



This trainer does not come with a travel bag

Does this trainer accommodate a thru-axle as well as a q/r?

Hi Dave. Currently Sportscrafters does not have an option for a thruaxle. They plan on developing one, but in the mean-time they suggest using something along the lines of the Thule Thru-Axle adapter to use with Thru-axles.

Does this trainer have resistance?

Yes, that's what the ARC is all about. It increases resistance as it spins faster. They sell a separate trainer without resistance that is geared towards track cyclists who want to spin super fast.