Dedicated cyclists and racers know that balance and holding your line are two critical fundamentals. Cycle-Ops Rollers allow you to practice these skills while riding indoors, so you can get serious about your form at any time of year. The solid steel frame construction, extra wide stance, and 8 floor contact points, allow you to ride with confidence and get on and off your bike easily. Our precision roller drums make for a smooth and quiet ride.
Going to sell my trainer and pick up a set of rollers. Do you need trainer tires like on trainer for rollers? I had rollers years ago and never heard training tires or had issues with regular road tires my rollers.Read More »
Well, used rollers actually. Picked them up today. It took about 10 minutes or so to get to riding them without holding onto the wall. That first time removing my left hand away from the wall and onto the bars was a leap of faith, but it just kind of flowed from there. I rode fairly fluidly for a ... Read More »
Regarding rollers…so I switched from a stationary resistance trainer to rollers about a month ago and I have come to some conclusions. At this point I have about 18 or so hours on them and am reasonably comfortable now. Unlike a stationary trainer the mind numbing boredom is gone. MOSTLY because you ... Read More »
Calling all internet tough guys and girls. Since most of us have no problem sprinting at over 70kph or riding at 45+ averages over 5 hour rides, this should be a walk in the park.
Hard mode(Sven Nys):
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Harder (Si ... Read More »
I have seen a few homemade rollers scattered on the internet, and while many look simple - the feat of attaining a perfect center to the press-fit bearings seems difficult to say the least.
Most of the tutorials are usually followed up with numerous retorts of why not just by a cheap set of facto ... Read More »