The company says its newest range of trainers includes two new range of products that target different areas of the rider’s life.
Metra says it has partnered with the University of Wisconsin-Madison to develop its range of Range Trainers, which the company says have a range of functions that can help individuals get in shape and stay fit.
The Range Trainer is a small device that can be carried on your hip, hip belt or belt loop and attaches to your belt loops or your hip belt.
The device attaches to a strap that can easily be inserted into your belt and can provide a variety of different ways of activating the device.
The Range Train is also available in a variety different colors.
A range of other products are available in the range.
These include the new RTC-30 Trainer, a smaller device that attaches to the back of a backpack, and a trainer designed specifically for women.
The Range Trainer also has an optional Bluetooth module that provides the user with a voice-activated audio-chat system that is activated by the user’s voice.
Each device comes with a battery pack that will keep the device charged and can be used for up to two days on a single charge.
There are also two different sets of battery packs available.
One pack contains up to a 2,000mAh battery and can power the device for up at least three days.
You can get the Range Train Trainer at select retail locations in the U.S. starting June 1.