By Bryan J. Ball | Managing Editor of BentRiderOnline.com
"The best way I can describe the feeling I got when training with the new Progressive Roller is “eerily realistic.” It does exactly what it claims to do. If you leave your trike in low gear and pedal a medium cadence, it feels as if you’re just cruising down the bike path. But if you bang up a couple of gears and start hammering, it feels sort of like you’re pushing into a stiff headwind trying to hold 25 mph."
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After they saw Sven Nys pick up a water bottle off his roller frame, a couple local cyclists started challenging the limits of roller tricks. If you don't watch the whole thing, at least fast forward to 5:37... you'll understand why. If you have any crazy roller stunts you'd like us to post, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org!
By Mike Durner | Coach, Military and Veteran Cycling - U.S. Olympic Committee
Why is training on rollers beneficial for handcycle athletes? Coach Durner provides some insight, as well as an example workout that can improve technique.
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