Saris MP1 Nfinity Trainer Platform review

After three months of extensive testing - which included a mammoth 361km ride on Zwift, nine WTRL premier league time trials and a host of interval sessions - we've got the final verdict on the Saris MP1 Nfinity Trainer Platform

Saris MP1 Nfinity Trainer Platform review
(Image: © Aaron Borrill)

Cyclingnews Verdict

A realistic - albeit expensive - motion simulator for indoor training and racing

Pros

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    Realistic side-by-side, fore-aft movement

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    Compatibility with most turbo trainers

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    Non-slip grip tape

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    Easy-to-clean laminated veneer surface

Cons

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    Aesthetics could do with some tweaking

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    Very pricey

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As indoor cycling and eRacing have evolved so has the need to improve the realism associated with it. After all, there has been a natural spike in indoor-related cycling equipment of late with everything from the best exercise bikes to proprietary plug-in gadgets such as the Wahoo Kickr Climb and Headwind coming to the fore - and now this, the Saris MP1 Nfinity Trainer Platform. 

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Aaron Borrill