Tacx Antares T1000 Roller
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- Trustpilot review 9.3 out of 47.622 reviews
Pros & ConsPros & Cons
- The conical rolls allow you to stay in the roll's centre more easily. This makes riding on the roller much safer.
- Training without handlebar drops improves your balance.
- Foldable to a very compact size for easy transport.
- No option to set resistance.
|Connectivity||Basic turbo trainer|
|Suitable for type of cassette||Shimano / SRAM / Campagnolo|
|Compatible with disc brakes||Yes|
|Available software||Tacx Desktop App|
|Maximum Hill Incline||N/A|
|Wheel Size||26 inch / 27.5 inch / 28 inch / 29 inch|
On the Tacx Antares you're able to cycle freely which allows you to improve your coordination and technique. The heavy, conic rollers make it almost impossible to slip off the trainer. Training without support demands absolute concentration, and this also improves your balance. The Antares is retractable, measures in retracted position only 80 cm, so it is easy to transport.
Many riders think it is hard to ride without support. They choose the Tacx Antares plus the bike support, which allows you to attach your front fork (without front wheel) to the rollers, so you can still use the rollers.
The Tacx is quite a simple way to keep up the good work and to make the muscles supple. It makes the movements completely natural. The movement comes from the hips, just like on the road or on the track.
The Tacx Antares was the official warming-up trainer during the 2012 Olympics in London.
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