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Sterzo Steering Block

Mfg PartNum:0180602
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The Elite Riser Block with steering functionality, is one of the most interesting additions to your indoor training sessions as it lets you control your handlebars as if you really were on the road.

Place the front wheel on the steering unit and enjoy the most realistic indoor ride you can have on your home trainer.

Note: For the smart version that connects to third-party apps, see the Sterzo Smart.

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Mfg PartNum: 0180602 


Wheel Size: 26-29 inch 

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by Anonymous

If you use Zwift and primarily ride road routes, you will want to purchase the "Smart" version for manual steering. The un-smart version works on mountain bike routes in conjunction with the iPhone's accelerometer, but does take practice with high curvy downhill speeds.

Reviewed 12/8/2020
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by Anonymous
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2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

This is not the version which connects to Zwift. Definitely not worth the money.

Reviewed 10/21/2020
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