Looks like I am facing a period of forced abstinence from cycling - I've just sprained my wrist, and will shortly be having jaw surgery which means I won't be allowed to cycle afterwards for a couple of months, until my jawbones heal. However, there's nothing wrong with my legs or bike. Is it worth getting a turbo trainer so I can at least get some sort of cycling done? If they allow me to cycle stationary, I won't need to lean on my hand, and there's presumably very little risk of me falling off (which is why cycling will be verboten after the surgery) Do they take any sort of bike? I have a hybrid with 700C wheels and 28mm tyres.. will it fit on a standard trainer? Any good makes to look out for, or recommendations? Budget is about £100 or so, I suppose. Help?