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Elite Real E-motion rollers

Elite real E-motion rollers have been around for a few years but now also include PC integration which wirelessly synchronises your pedalling cadence and power with the course displayed on the screen. The unit itself takes standard roller design to a new level with its sliding sub frame that has about 18cm of fore and aft movement built in to smooth the lunging /fading forces you might produce if you don’t have the smoothest riding style. There are also small skate-wheel type ‘bumpers’ positioned at the extremities of the front roller to keep you from an inglorious dismount.  The rollers have three levels of electronically controlled magnetic resistance built in to provide a realistic ‘on the road’ feel.

Elite have also released new software that includes a Conconi power test, personal training programs and data importing functionality from Google maps and other GPS data sources to allow you to ‘virtually’ ride any road in the world.

RRP: $1,750.00

Distributed by: Cassons

www.cassons.com.au

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A good sprint depends on one part pure power output and one part good technique.

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