Saris MP1 Nfinity Trainer Platform: Unboxing // Ride // Review

First seen as a prototype at Eurobike 2018, and without a name, Saris are now shipping the MP1 Nfinity Trainer Platform for indoor cycling. After a many hours and a few hundred virtual kms, this is my take on the experience of using the MP1 indoors.

Overview:
• Technology: Saris Nfinity (Premium product line)
• Max Fore-Aft Travel: 9.5” ~24cm
• Max Side-to-Side Angle: 6°
• Compatible with all major brands and models of bike trainers.
• Materials: Steel, aluminum and birch
• Weight: 62 lb / 28Kgs• Dimensions: 15cm x 160cm x 90cm
• BOX Measurements: 165cm x 100cm x 19cm
• Fully* assembled in box (you’ll still need to install the front wheel bracket)
• Grip tape strategically placed to assist in walking on the trainer platform.
• Tested to the combined weight (rider, bike and trainer) of 350 lb / 158Kgs
• Built-in front wheel block for road and MTB.
• Current price: $US1199 (yes… I do discuss this!)

 

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Shane Miller

3 thoughts on “Saris MP1 Nfinity Trainer Platform: Unboxing // Ride // Review

  1. Great review as always! I’ve actually been using one of those side to side rockers with little balloons on each side. What I realized is the bike and trainer together causes an inevitable imbalance of weight towards the left where the flywheel is, and I have to balance that by inflating one balloon more than the other. Is there such a mechanism in the MP1 to address the weight imbalance, or is it a non-issue at all?

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