Cycling: Cool Your Pain Cave with an Air Mover

Indoor cycling endurance training

Christmas has been and gone, and Santa brought the great new cycling gear that you asked for. Now that the new year has set in you’re dying to try it out on the roads and work off all those mince pies, but the cold weather and dark nights have put paid to that.

Cycling at Home

Now it's time to set up your pain cave. You’ve found a bit of space at home for your turbo trainer; maybe in the spare room beside an old sofa-bed, or in the garage amongst some tools and a broken washing machine. Maybe you’re lucky enough to have a whole space dedicated to indoor cycling. Whatever kind of set-up you have, you’ll need to keep it ventilated and cool. Because the cooler you are, the more prolonged and sustained your endurance. Making your session all the more effective.

Keeping Cool

Our Vacmaster Air Movers are the perfect solution, and as such are becoming increasingly popular amongst cycling enthusiasts. The Air Mover’s motor drives 266 litres of ambient air per second quietly, effectively and efficiently. It has three air flow settings and three tilt positions; 45 degrees, horizontal, and vertical for precise, focused air flow.
Air Mover Fan in cycling studio
The Air Mover also comes in a set of three for larger spaces, and with their 3.7m integrated cable and extension socket, up to twelve can be safely linked together at one time.

Other Uses

When the Air Mover isn’t being used as a cooling system, it can be used for drying wet carpets, plaster, concrete or paint. During the warmer months it’s perfect for keeping indoor spaces comfortable; it’s especially popular in gyms and dance studios, so users get the best from their workout. Check out this forum to see what our customers are saying about the Air Mover.

If you’d like to know more please don’t hesitate to contact us at sales@cleva-uk.com , we’d love to hear from you!