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We have a little info on this at http://www.tririg.com/...?c=omni&page=faq - towards the bottom of the page. And we're working on a more comprehensive page about testing, because it's something people have asked about and seems like generally people are in the dark about this stuff.
It's worth noting that there are some companies TODAY making radical frames that advise their customers NOT to ride the bike in a trainer. So I would guess that they know their frame doesn't pass the ISO tests. My guess is that the BP Stealth, as old as it is, is not going to stand up to today's tests, and if it were my bike, I'm not sure I'd ride it in the trainer.
And just to be clear, the TriRig Omni is totally safe to ride on a trainer.
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