Kinetic inRide 3 Power Sensor

Kinetic inRide 3 Power Sensor


The all new dual-band Kinetic inRide 3 Power Sensor allows owners of most classic Kinetic Rock and Roll or Road Machine fluid trainers to capitalize on the benefits of training software like Zwift* and TrainerRoad. The unit installs in minutes and immediately connects you to training apps with an iPhone, iPad or Android device.

The Kinetic inRide 3 sensor is compatible with apps like Kinetic FitZwiftTrainerRoadRouvyKinomap, The Sufferfest and FulGaz via ANT+™, ANT+™ FE-C, and Bluetooth® FTMS on connected smart phones, tablets and laptops. No additional sensors or add-ons are needed.

New ANT+ connectivity allows training data to broadcast directly to Garmin™ devices or training apps that allow the use ANT+ dongles on desktop computers.

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Product Features

  • Easy to install on any Kinetic fluid trainer.

  • Dual band: pairs with devices using ANT+ or Bluetooth Smart®

  • Fully compatible with ANT+ FE-C and Bluetooth® FTMS communication standards.

  • Transmits speed, cadence, power data and more to connected apps.

  • Uses Kinetic fluid resistance units, apps do not automatically control the trainer, rider must speed up to increase resistance.

  • Includes a FREE 1-month subscription for the Kinetic Fit power-training app.

  • Unconditional two-year warranty on inRide sensor.



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Hands-on: Kinetic inRide V3 and Smart Trainers now support dual ANT+/Bluetooth Smart

"Simply put, if you have a Kinetic fluid trainer of any vintage, the updated Kinetic inRide sensor is the best deal in the trainer/power meter realm today. There’s nothing anywhere near $50 that can provide accurate data and do so properly across all the major protocols. They nailed it." Read the review


Titanium Geek

"Frankly, this is an unbeaten level for adding power to your trainer.” 5 star rating and a TG Recommended. Read the review

Shane Miller - GP Lama

“I’ve heard these things are pretty good, but I didn’t expect it to be this good.” Watch the review