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Ask a Gear Guru: What Are the Best Fans for Indoor Cycling?

Ask a Gear Guru: What Are the Best Fans for Indoor Cycling?

This article originally appeared on Triathlete If you’ve been fortunate enough to ride outside this summer and fall, the cold, hard reality of wintertime is…

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This article originally appeared on Triathlete

If you’ve been fortunate enough to ride outside this summer and fall, the cold, hard reality of wintertime is slowly approaching, and as the days get shorter, the wind gets windier, and the weather gets gnarly, it’s time to head back inside for some trainer time. Or maybe you’re one of the millions of Peloton, Echelon, or home SoulCycle converts finding the challenge of an inside ride at home. Though indoor training has become decidedly more fun in the last few years, it’s still really really hard and really really sweaty. Unless you’re hardcore enough to put your trainer or stationary bike out in the snow, there’s a good chance that you’ll be heating up in the first ten minutes and doused in sweat until you stop. For this, you’ll need a good fan. Before we take a look at the best indoor cycling fans — the home appliance kind, not the ones who cheer for you–let’s get educated. Portability Is Key

Bear in mind that many fans are built to cool an entire room, not necessarily a single person doing something super hot in one part of it. Even fans with a targeted blast might not be ideal for indoor cycling if the angle and direction of the fan is blocked by your riding accoutrements. For instance, if you’re looking for the best fan for Peloton, Echelon, or home SoulCycle, you’ll likely be dealing with a big screen right in front of […]

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