Quick Motion Rollers

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Quick Motion Rollers

Postby dwtrux » Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:09 pm

Who has used the Misuro B+ with the quick motion rollers. Looking for comments and experiences.

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Re: Quick Motion Rollers

Postby dwtrux » Mon May 15, 2017 3:56 am

Actually using Misuro now with my Quick Rollers, which come with an inset location for the sensor and the magnet already installed in the roller. Could not have been easier to set up once I downloaded app to ipad and iphone, identified the type of trainer, set it to Bluetooth and "began pedaling". It seems to be accurate in calculating my cadence and speed and matches my old Cateye Double Wireless readout.

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Re: Quick Motion Rollers

Postby dwtrux » Sun Feb 11, 2018 6:12 pm

Trying to connect Quick Motion, Misuro and Zwift. So far no luck. Zwift says that Misuro only geared to Muin trainer. I get the cadence connected through Power set up on Zwift and selecting Misuro B+ but no power or movement of virtual rider. It did connect one time as a Speed and Cadence sensor but the speed was way too high, power was 400 watts, but the rider did move. Wish it would connect to Zwift for alternation with My E Training app.

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Re: Quick Motion Rollers

Postby Elite Admin S » Fri Feb 16, 2018 11:51 am

Quick motion is a multilevel trainer.
As for all the trainers of this type, misuro is not capable to "sense" which level you set on the trainer. So, it cannot send power out.
You should be able to connect it to Zwift as a speed & classical trainer. But you have to set a circumference value equal to the roller circumference (264mm) and I'm not sure that this is possible with Zwift. Please contact Zwift customer care about this point.

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Re: Quick Motion Rollers

Postby dwtrux » Sat Feb 17, 2018 1:13 am

As I posted in the Misuro B+ and Zwift thread - figured it out with Zwift.

Using Quick Motion, Misuro B+ and Zwift - these are the steps:

1. Set Misuro B+ to 8 blinks for 292mm/parabolic rollers [6 blinks-264 Arion rollers gave too high a read out on both My E Training and Zwift app] [also my Misuro B+ was set to 1 blink when I originally paired it using the Configure app on My E Training - speed and cadence seemed to match my bike computer speed and cadence so I assumed that it was properly set up.]
2. Start Zwift app on iOS device with Bluetooth
3. Begin rolling to active Misuro B+ sensors
4. Select Power Source [not Speed Source] in Zwift
5. You should have virtual rider moving in game and the power output, speed and cadence will be the same as on My E Training.

Also, you can't use both Zwift and My E Training app at same time. First one to get BT signal controls.

Hope this helps. :D
Last edited by dwtrux on Wed Feb 28, 2018 8:49 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: Quick Motion Rollers

Postby Elite Admin S » Thu Feb 22, 2018 11:01 am

As I wrote you in the other post, you won't get correct power in this way (I'm writing also here for other users). ;)
The curve of the parabolic is different from the one of the quick motion.


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