M5 Mag Trainer Instructions

M5 Mag Trainer Instructions
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info@jetblackcycling.com
JBT-M5
with APP
1) WARNING
• Read and follow all instructions concerning trainer setup and installation of your
bicycle into the trainer. Failure to securely attach the bicycle to the trainer could result
in serious injury to the rider or bystanders.
• Remove all oils and moisture from the roller and the tyre before use.
• Keep both hands on handlebar at all times.
• Do not over-tighten the adjustment knobs. Over tightening may cause damage to the
trainer or your bicycle frame. The clamp handles should be firm and secure. Do NOT
force!
• Regularly check your trainer, particularly the mounting system, for damage. If you think
your trainer may be damaged, do not use it and contact your supplier.
• Always take care when training to prevent children or pets moving close to the trainer.
2) CAUTION
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This trainer is intended for single-rider bicycles only.
Read and follow all instructions.
Before beginning each workout, be sure the bicycle is securely attached to the trainer.
Ensure you always use the trainer on a flat surface.
Do not put fingers, feet or dangling objects near any moving parts.
Do not attempt to dismount until all moving parts have come to a standstill.
Do not attempt to modify your JetBlack trainer.
Do not attempt to stop the resistance unit or flywheel manually.
Resistance unit can become hot enough to cause burns. Do not touch resistance unit
during use and for some period after use, until it has had sufficient time to cool.
• Keep children and pets away from the trainer during use.
• Before you start any exercise program you should consult a physician. Should you
become ill, feel dizzy, light-headed or nauseous while riding the trainer, stop riding
immediately and seek medical attention.
• The roller adjustment knob must be tightened correctly to prevent damage to the
trainer.
3) BICYCLE MOUNTING
INITIAL SETUP
This setup must be followed every time a bicycle with a different axle length is used.
BICYCLE SETUP
1. Your bicycle must be in good mechanical condition, if you are unsure please see your
local bicycle service centre for assessment.
2. Your bicycle wheel must be in good condition, true and free from any issues. The
wheel’s rim must have less than 2mm side to side movement and less than 1mm
vertical movement per revolution. If your wheel is outside of this, please visit your local
bicycle service centre to have it trued. Untrue wheels may cause vibration during use
and could cause permanent damage to the trainer or trainer roller.
3. To measure fitness improvement it is important to use consistent tyre pressures for
each workout.
For road bike tyres we recommend 110psi.
For mountain bike tyres please see that manufacturer’s guidelines written
on the tyre sidewall.
The trainer base power curves used in the JetBlack app are measured on a bike using
700x23c slick road tyres at 110psi with exactly 1.5 complete turns (three half turns)
of the roller adjustment knob after the roller first makes contact with the tyre. Lower
pressures can still be measured as long as they are used consistently.
Standard Nut and Bolt
• Ensure the nuts on your axle are tightened securely
• Check that the nut and axle nests into the axle support cups by more than 5mm (3/16
inch)
Quick Release Skewer
• JetBlack strongly suggests you use the supplied quick release skewer (for those
bicycles that use QR systems
• Replace the bicycle’s rear wheel quick release (QR) skewer with the one provided. See
your bicycle owner’s manual for instructions on how to properly adjust the QR skewer.
• The skewer lever must be on the non-drive side of your bicycle (the left hand side).
• Your skewer must be tight and your wheel must be aligned properly in the bicycle.
Thru Axle
• Bicycles that use a thru axle system in most cases do not nest the minimum of 5mm
(3/16 inch) into the axle support cups. If your thru axle does not nest more than 5mm
(3/16 inch), you should acquire a trainer specific trainer thru axle that is suitable for
your bicycle. These are sold separately.
• Install your trainer specific thru axle making sure to follow the manufacturer’s
instructions.
BICYCLE MOUNTING
1. Check your tyre pressure is inflated to whichever comes first; the tyre manufacturer’s
maximum recommended pressure or 110psi if your tyres will allow.
2. On the left hand side, adjust the silver threaded bolt and black plastic lock nut so that
they are all the way in, with no thread showing. This will give you plenty of room as you
move the bike into position.
3. Take your bike and gently lower your bike into the trainer frame. Align the bike and rear
wheel to the left side of the trainer so that the bicycle axle is firmly resting inside the
threaded adjustment bolt.
4. Note: If the roller is touching the tyre and not letting the axle nest into the axle support
cup you may need to lower the resistance unit by winding the roller adjustment knob
anti clockwise. See Diagram 2.
5. Carefully lift your bike into position, aligning the rear QR skewer with the axle clamp
cones. While holding the bicycle steady, slide the right side QR skewer nut into the
axle clamp cone. Using the adjustment knob and the release clamp, tighten the clamp
cones until they come into contact with the bicycle’s QR skewer ends. Make sure that
the QR skewer aligns with the notch in the clamp cones. Rotate the clamp cone cup to
centre the bicycle’s rear wheel over the centre of the roller on the resistance unit. See
diagram 1.
6. After contact is made, tighten the drive side (right hand) adjustment knob until the bike
is securely held – an additional few complete turns of the handle.
7. When you have completed these steps make sure the black locking ring is rotated
clockwise until it is firmly against the trainer frame. This will lock the threaded bolt in
place, preventing it from tightening or loosening during use.
8. Check the bicycle is secure in the trainer frame. The bicycle must not move separately
from the trainer. Test this by holding the bicycle saddle and moving it from side to side
and up and down. If the bicycle moves please return to initial setup. See Diagram 3.
9. Finally check that the roller is tightened to exactly 1.5 turns (three half turns) after the
tyre first makes contact with the roller. See Diagram 5.
IMPORTANT:
Ensure that your tyre is centred on the roller to within 10mm (3/8 inch) from the centre
of the roller. Your tyre must have a minimum 5mm (3/16 inch) clearance from the metal
(silver coloured) roller frame. See Diagram 4
4) USING YOUR TRAINER
5) BIKE REMOVAL
GETTING THE BEST FROM YOUR TRAINER:
Do not ride your trainer with less than 1.5 complete turns (three half turns) of the roller
adjustment knob after the roller first makes contact with the tyre. It is important that the
tension between the tyre and the roller is set correctly every session for two reasons. (1)
It ensures that the tyre will not slip on the roller which could cause permanent damage
to the trainer and your tyre. (2) It ensures the resistance of your trainer is consistent for
every training session allowing you to track performance.
The trainer base power curves used in the JetBlack app are measured on a bike using
700x23c slick road tyres at 110psi with exactly 1.5 complete turns (three half turns) of the
roller adjustment knob after the roller first makes contact with the tyre. If your setup is
different you will have a slightly different resistance, but as long as you keep the setup
identical between each training sessions you will be able to monitor your performance.
To make your indoor workout as quiet as possible, set the trainer on a JetBlack Trainer
Mat and use a rear tyre with a smooth tread pattern. Once attached, the bicycle slopes
downward slightly. To level, use the optional JetBlack Riser Block under the front tyre.
Undo the roller adjustment knob on by turning it anticlockwise 1.5 turns to back the roller
away from the tyre. Hold your bike with one hand and with the other hand undo the drive
side adjustment knob, turning it towards your bicycle frame. Now unscrew the outer
adjustment knob until the axle support cups are unscrewed away from the bicycle. Now
you may carefully remove the bike forwards or upwards, until it clears the trainer frame.
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CONSISTENT REPEATABLE TRAINING SESSIONS:
1. Increasing the tension of the roller from our recommended 1.5 turns to 2 full turns
will increase the resistance approximately 10-15%. So if you are using the trainer for
tracking your power performance, you should resist adjusting the roller up to 2 full
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2. For every 20 psi your tyre deflates you will lose approximately 5% resistance. You must
check your tyre pressure before every ride making sure it is inflated to whichever
comes first the tyre manufacturer’s maximum recommended pressure or 110psi if your
JBT- 13
tyres will allow.
TRAINER
JBT-17B
Changing Trainer Resistance
JBT-15B
This trainer has five levels of resistance to help keep variety in your
workout program.
To change the level adjust the lever located on the top of the resistance unit to obtain
JBT-15C
the desired level.
Level one offers the least resistance while level five offers the most.
JBT-17C
Changing gears on your bike will also have an effect on your exertion levels.
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TRAINER
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TRAINER SPARE
PARTS
JBT- 13
JBT-17B
JBT-15B
JBT-15C
JBT-17C
JBT-21C
JBT- 13
When used according to the manufacturer’s instructions and cared for with common
sense, your JetBlack trainer will provide a lifetime of training.
Wipe any sweat off after a workout.
Keep the machine away from any corrosive substances, such as salt or other potentially
hazardous substances.
If the roller darkens or shows black tyre build up you may clean it off with a cloth. This
tyre build up can be cleaned with a rag by friction rubbing the roller with a side to side
motion. The rubbing motion with a clean rag will lift the tyre build up off the roller. Do not
use alcohol or any cleaning solvents on the hydrogel roller. A clean cloth and friction is all
that is required.
7) STORAGE
Caution! The trainer will become hot during use. Keep children and pets away and allow
trainer 15 minutes to cool down before transporting or storing your trainer.
To store or transport your trainer:
Grasp the trainer frame by the adjustment bolts/axle support cups and then lift so that you
may fold the legs together.
Be careful when folding the legs to avoid pinching your fingers.
Store the trainer indoors, out of the rain and away from temperature extremes.
Keep the trainer away from any corrosive substances, such as salt or other potentially
hazardous substances.
8) WARRANTY
JBT-53
JBT-21B
6) CARING FOR YOUR TRAINER
JetBlack offers the original owner a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects
manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship. Units which use batteries or
computer display unit come with a one year warranty on these products. This warranty
is not applicable to damage caused by misuse, abuse, neglect, accident or unauthorized
modification. If the unit is disassembled by the consumer, this warranty is void.
It is the responsibility of the purchaser to retain receipts for proof of purchase in the event
that warranty is required. Returning goods to JetBlack or the place of purchase is done at
the owner’s expense.
If you experience problems with your trainer, please email us at
info@jetblackcycling.com
JBT-53
JBT-21C
JBT-21B
JBT- 13
JBT-21C
JBT-21B
JBT-69
JBT-21B
JBT-21C
JBT-69
M1 - TRAINER PARTS
ITEM CODE DESCRIPTION
JBT-13
JB Frame Bushing ForM1Trainer
- Threaded For adjustment Bolt
- TRAINER PARTS
JBT-15B ITEM
JBCODE
AxleDESCRIPTION
support cup Drive Side
Frame Bushing
For Trainer - Threaded For adjustment Bolt
JBT-15C JBT-13
JB AxleJBsupport
cup Non-Drive-Side
JBT-15B
JB Axle support cup Drive Side
JBT-17B JBT-15C
JB AxleJBbolt
With
Knob
And Axle Support Cup Drive Side
Axle support cup Non-Drive-Side
AxleWith
bolt With
KnobAnd
And Axle
Support
Cup Drive
JBT-17C JBT-17B
JB AxleJBbolt
Knob
Axle
Support
CupSide
Non-Drive-Side
Axle bolt With Knob And Axle Support Cup Non-Drive-Side
JBT-21B JBT-17C
JB FootJB
For
Trainer Base - Finned Design (LH)
JBT-21B
JB Foot For Trainer Base - Finned Design (LH)
JBT-21C JBT-21C
JB FootJB
For
Trainer
Base
Design
Foot
For Trainer
Base-- Finned
Finned Design
(RH) (RH)
JBT-22
JB Skewer
For Trainer(not
(not Pictured)
JBT-22
JB Skewer
For Trainer
Pictured)
JBT-53
JB Resistance unit assembly (M1 Mag)
JBT-53
JB Resistance
unit assembly (M1 Mag)
JBT-69
JB Resistance unit adjustment Bolt w’ Lock nut and knob (Fluid/Mag)
JBT-69
JB Resistance unit adjustment Bolt w’ Lock nut and knob (Fluid/Mag)
FREE JETBLACK TRAINING APP
New and exclusive to JetBlack!
Free app for iOS or Android with Multiple coaching sessions crafted by Olympic cycle
coach Murray Healey.
• Upload your workout to Training Peaks and Strava!
• Test and monitor yourself with an in built Fitness/Zone test and Training Zone
calculator
• View: Gear Recommendations, Goal Cadence, Session Time, Session Profiles. Optional
accessories allow upgrades to include, Speed, Cadence, Heart Rate, Power (watts)
and Calories Burnt
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