In case you’ve been a customer of Saris products as long as I have, you might still think of them as a bike rack company (Saris) and also an indoor trainer company (Cycleops). Well, I learned that those days are gone and everything is under the Saris name now. I like that, it makes it simpler. As a big fan of their Fluid trainers I was happy to see they’re still in their product line along with smart trainers like the $799 belt-drive H3 shown here on their MPI movement platform ($950). I’ve ridden different trainers and rollers that simulated outside riding but nothing with the smooth and easy fore aft and side to side motion of this Saris deck. The photo gives you an idea how it works. The first rack shown is their Door County, which boasts an electric lift for helping with heavier bikes like electric ones. Just press the button on the side and the rack lowers to easily roll the bikes on and then lifts to full height on its own. The rack folds and even has wheels on the bottom for easy storage when it’s not on your vehicle. Also shown is their MHS rack for Modular Hitch System. A rack-of-all trades, you can purchase multiple accessories which plug and play onto the rack for whatever adventure you’ve got planned.