Like any 'skill' you have to work at it, but ridig rollers is not as difficult as you might think (otherwise I wouldn't be able to do it)stevenb said:I'd love to have a go on them.
It's the getting on and starting bit and stopping/getting off it bit that scares me.
How do you do it? Stick it against a wall and support yourself?
User259iroloboy said:I have a set of the TACX Sporttrack (foldable) rollers, which are excellent. Tad more than £50 though, more like £70 if you shop around. Rollers are great for improving balance, but not much use for resistance, like a turbo, with rollers the only resistance you get is from the gears. But they are a lot less boring than a turbo, as you need total concentration.
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