Happy to share this “paincave” with you. It’s a temporary use of space rather than my real paincave
That’s just not fair …
Humble place of mine. PC is over the left side window and connected with 10m HDMI cable. ANT+ dongle and Bluetooth dongle are both with PC. Sensors and keyboard/mouse work fine even though glass window is blocking them. 100W blower fan(remote control available) is placed under the desk and it’s fantastic. Better than circulator fan because it blows wind much wider range over my torso.
I bet you are!
There is nothing in that photo that communicates the notion of pain or cave
Just moved to a slightly bigger apartment so got a office for work and to keep the bikes + do my trainer workouts.
Focus with this room was to have good fan placement, a nice speaker, as well as having the computer or iPad in a good height when doing the training. Also nice to have the window right by the bike come winter time, to get the cool air in.
I’m single, so the living room/dining room is one giant cave. Kurt Kinetic trainer and Elite quick motion rollers (plus old school rollers in the corner). Gravel bike is missing (cause I sorta broke it and it went to the hospital)
Definitely lets those that visit know your priorities! Looks awesome!
Get something over that carpet ASAP. Nice setup, but protect that carpet or you will get to experience a funk that you won’t like one bit!
Until he lights that chimneyless pizza oven
Very nice tho👌
Is that AC floor vent on a seperate unit?
+1 respect for crotch head unit
Took me a minute. @davidtinker why is your unit there?
I race with mine in my back pocket so I don’t look at it. Or I use my watch, turned so I can’t see it.
This makes me miss my single days - well done.
I was getting a lot of drop outs when it was on the stem and I needed to see it. I was using a dumb trainer with PowerTap wheel and no s/w while watching stuff on my MacBook.
I got motivated and needed a pandemic project. Decided to turn my garage into a pain-cave.
Similar story here - not riding outside due to lockdown, and then my wife bought a treadmill which triggered the motivation to build a dedicated pain cave in our garage/carport. Pretty stoked with the outcome…