Hi all. Anyone use cycle trainers at home? Think that's the right term for them, here's what I mean if that's not the right term: http://www.wiggle.co.uk/p/cycle/7/CycleOps_Classic_Mag_Turbo_Trainer/5360012878/#more Was thinking about buying one as I don't enjoy doing cardio at the gym, and quite often I don't have time to go for a ride as I have to drive somewhere to go for a ride as the road (yes there's just one!) is horrible and there are very few paths. I want to do some more cardio work and I enjoy cycling on the weekend so I thought this well help improve my leg power and fitness, and be fairly easy as I can just stick it in my room. Couple of questions about them: - Do they work for mountain bikes or are they only for road bikes? I'm looking to get a road bike but currently only have a mountain bike. - How easy are they to attach/detach from the frame as it wont be on there permanently and I will have to take it off fairly regularly. - Are the cheap (~£100, like the one linked above) trainers any good? I.e are they stupidly loud/don't provide enough resistance/only one level of resistance etc. Can't really afford anything more than the bottom range ones. Thanks for any help.