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#431

Couple changes, different angle


#432

This is pretty much the exact setup I use. I have some hue and Lifx lights that are controlled as well to help set the “mood” so to speak.


#433

I like those bike wall mounts. Did you make them yourself or buy them?


#434

A carpenter was doing some work for me. I did a sneaky and asked him to make these! Very practical.


#435

Class pain Cave. Love all the medals and race numbers and the Motivational text on the walls.


#436


So I only have an old wooden shed to use for my indoor training. I live in a small country town in Australia and it gets quite hot!!! The shed is 70 years old and falling apart but I found some old paint lying around so I gave the walls a lick. Trying to convince the wife to let me bring this stuff inside… Maybe a silent trainer??? Any tips would be appreciated!!!


#437

Great setup, like the black board idea.


#438

New setup, in from the garage to basement. Need to add another fan.


#439

Just need a foam mat, cheap $30 from Bunnings.


#440

Love the stand. We use those at work for lighting rigs.


#441

Last year I used Sufferfest…this year I will prep for tri season with TrainerRoad.


#442

@Smithy Love the chalk board idea. +1 eat plants

Kickr Core is super quiet. I used to have to work out in my garage and it crushed motivation. That’s a pricey upgrade, though.

One thing that helped me in the garage was having some place to toss clothing without interrupting my workout (e.g. having to be careful where I put it) or tossing it on the dirty ground. That way, I could leave my apartment and know that I’d be able to layer up/down as much as necessary based on whatever temperature it was going to be outside at the time.


#443

Pfft! Luxury.

:wink:


#444

I think the results here are skewed. The people with really nice pain caves love to share them. The people with dungeons, generally don’t.

I say us dungeon masters start sharing our pathetic, dark, cluttered messes and without shame!


#445

is this dungeon enough?

ok my set up is not really that bad… but more a work in progress


#446

Nice @EdMuggles, is that a DR650 there?


#447

heehee yep, 70,000km and still going strong :stuck_out_tongue:


#448

With a name ending with “dawg” you absolutely had to have asthma :wink:


#449

old fixie on a Kurt Kinetic, with a Power Tap hub. Used bike, used trainer, new hub was less than the cost of a nice smart trainer. No parts to sweat nuke.

a 48 x 17 gives me everything I need during the winter. I don’t do sprints, but this gearing allows me to do anything from zone 1 to low zone 6.


#450

Begs the question… Why the Brake Hoods then?

I hold onto the top or drops when doing TR workouts!