Many smart bike trainer companies claim their bike trainer is the quietest in the market. CycleOps claims their H2 bike trainer is “is library-level quiet”. Elite also claims their DRIVO II is very quiet and “You won’t hear any noise while pedaling, just you and your bike chain.”
WHICH BIKE TRAINER IS THE QUIETEST IN THE MARKET?
In my opinion, the quietest bike trainers in the market today and I think most will agree on this unless there is a trainer out there that went under the radar and I didn’t test are:
A viewer left a comment or a question on the Stac Zero Halcyon video review I did last Fall questioning why the STAC Zero is referred to as the quietest trainer in the market?
In an attempt to answer his question, I put all three bike trainers against each other and measured the sound from each trainer to find the winner.
In the video below, you can listen to the noise from each trainer and decide for yourself which trainer is the quietest. Also, I will share the decibel measurement data from each trainer and there will be one clear winner.
Here is the video: