Well the trainer is good fun , the one in the shop is a bit worn out so didn't pedal particularly smooth but it's nice to see all the info on a screen in front of you . I jumped on and banged out 90rpm at something like 300 power uphill until it got a bit too warm and I started to sweat . my mate who was showing me said I could change gear " gears ! "
Wasn't set up for me so seat was too low and I kept slipping the pedals to the middle of my feet but certainly good fun . I think I will have to get one ( at trade ) . Oh I think the interview went ok , you never can tell though . It's permanent in the workshop which is great as I was worried about having to sell new bikes ( not that I'm a retro grouch , I just don't think you need 6"+ travel to just ride along )
"It also has a seat. I don’t use it, but you probably will for the first few years until you build up the muscle."