The cassette itself will run you between -0 for a run of the mill Shimano Ultegra variant.
You can install any of the major cassette types (Shimano 9/10/11 speed, plus an adapter for campy), so this does give you flexibility.
Next, we’ll take out the feet and plunk them on the lower leg: Next we’ve got the little red knob that locks the lower leg in place. It has two safety systems on the unit, a small red locking lever as well as a bigger red rotating knob.There’s actually no calibration of the unit, nor roll-down process for it.It’s basically identical to the higher end Tacx NEO trainer in that regard.First up is the feet, which allow you to adjust height of the trainer above the ground by rotating the feet into different positions. Finally, the unit itself: Don’t worry, you’ll get a zillion shots of that trainer by the time this review is done.Next we’ve got the power supply: Then there’s doohickies for the cassette and different axle standards. Following that we’ve got Elite’s software, if you so choose to use it. Lastly, while not in the box, I know folks will be looking for specs like max wattage and stuff.