CycleOps' Climbing Riser Block offers 3 levels of elevation to lift your front wheel and provide a workout simulating climbing hills. For steeper climbing workouts, 2 climbing blocks (sold separately) may be placed on top of each other for many different adjustment levels.
Do you want to work on your rhythm, make your muscles more flexible or refine your coordination and technique? Then use the Antares rollers. You can cycle freely, just like on the road or track. If you find it difficult to cycle unsecured you can use the Antares bracket. The Antares is collapsible and is easy to transport. Some cyclists keep finding it hard to ride without a restraint. They choose the Tacx Antares and use the support for Antares to secure the bike, without the front wheel, and still cover the mileage in front of them. Riding on ‘the Tacx’ is a relatively easy way to up your track pace and make your muscles more supple. This makes for completely natural movements. You keep pedalling from the hips, just as you would on the road or track. A high pedalling frequency, that is needed for the right feeling in the legs, is also possible. The Tacx Antares is the official warming-up trainer at the 2012 Olympic Games.
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