Cycling Trainers CycleOps Training Rollers
Cycleops Training Rollers
Cycling Trainers CycleOps Training Rollers. It doesn’t come with a stage crew to change the scenery as you go, but since you’re floating across the rollers instead of spinning wildly on a fixed rear wheel, you actually have to engage your core, balance, and pedal with a smooth, round stroke to stay on the rollers. Since it’s such a simple design, the CycleOps trainer is seriously durable and easy to set up. Just move the front roller along the stiff and foldable steel frame so that it sits under your front wheel and you’re good to go.
Kinetic Z Rollers
Cycling Trainers Kinetic Z Rollers. The Z Roller folds into one-third of its original length for easy storae and transportation. The design combines lightweight aluminum drums with durable steel bearings for light weight and smooth, quiet operation. It also adjust to accommodate wheelbases from 97 to 110 centimeters.
Kreitler Alloy 4.5 Rollers
Cycling Trainers Kreitler Alloy 45 Rollers. Whether its desperately trying to find some form in early February, or even warming up before a race, make this the year you appreciate the focus and improved form that can only come from riding rollers. And if you’re in the market, you might as well get some good ones that’ll last and built with precision and that’s exactly what you get with Kreitler’s Alloy 4. 5 Rollers.
Kuat Trio Fork Mount Roof System
Kuat Trio Fork Mount Roof System. Take the Kuat Trio Fork Mount Roof System. Most fork-mounted racks only really work with quick-release axles–although a dedicated rider can fandangle a thru-axle workaround–but the Trio has a special design that holds quick-releases and thru-axles with equal ease and security. It’s also compatible 9mm, 15mm, and 15mm Boost axles, so it’ll hold just about any bike in your fleet.