I cycle a track bike and want to do some training over the winter. After a bit of research I've decided to go with rollers.
I haven't used them before but I'm sure with a bit of perseverance I'll get the hang of it.
My budget is €400 max inc. delivery and I think that resistence will be necessary considering the lack of gears.
So far I've boiled it down to:
- CycleOps Aluminium Rollers with Resistance Unit
- Elite V-Arion Parabolic Inertial Rollers with Integrated Resistance Unit.
I like how simple the CycleOps look and the option of using outdoors but am mildly worried that the non-parabolic rollers will be a lot more difficult and that I wouldn't be able to watch tv etc. eventually.
Would you say that parabolic rollers only lessen the learning curve and are much the same as standard rollers after, or are they always easier?