If you've spent any time at all on a trainer, you know it's a static, boring trip through old cycling videos, loud music, and sweaty basement time. The Kinetic Rock n Roll 2. 0 Trainer doesn't change all of that, but it does provide a more road like feel at the flywheel, and a significantly more comfortable, realistic motion to the bike as you pedal. It used to be that if you wanted a bike to feel like you were riding it indoors, you opted for rollers. We love roller tricks as much as the next group of bike nerds, but sometimes you just want to hop on, do your workout, and feel like you almost rode outside. That's where the Kinetic Rock n Roll 2. 0 comes in. The top part of the trainer moves as the bike moves to simulate power inputs on the road, which is especially noticeable during hard, out of the saddle workouts. Additionally, the resistance unit uses a flywheel with six rare earth magnets embedded, which provide the resistance. This is attached to an impeller that spins through silicone fluid inside the sealed fluid chamber. These two features add up to a wheel that spins like you're outside, and a bike that rides like you're outside, so while it can't change the weather, it can help change your workouts.