A trainer is designed to work on strength and endurance training and typically provide more resistance than rollers. Riding rollers promotes good balance and a smooth pedal stroke. Many people incorporate both in their off-season training. So, it depends on your training goals as to which one is right for you.
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- Why do my tires wear down faster on my trainer than when riding outdoors?
- Do you have weight limits for your trainers?
- The roller on my trainer is starting to wear where the tire touches. Is that normal?
- Can I upgrade the resistance unit on my current trainer?
- What is the maximum and minimum drop out spacing your trainers can accommodate?
- What is the difference between linear and progressive resistance?
- What's better, trainer or rollers?
- Where can I find replacement parts for my trainer?