Elite E-Motion rollers review
By mounting a free-moving, bungee-anchored roller frame on another subframe, Elite’s E-Motion rollers can cope with jerky out-of-the-saddle and max power efforts that would send you flying off most rollers.
Add the parabolic rollers and guide wheels at the front to keep you on track and you can go pretty mental on these once you’re used to them. Three different magnetic resistance settings mean proper resistance too. You really should get at least remote control resistance change and some kind of power/speed feedback for £750, though. The big frame doesn’t fold either.
This article was originally published in Triathlon Plus magazine.