Hello, I’ve decided my rollers are now surplus to requirements.
Cycleop Aluminium Rollers, now fitted with ‘overdrive’ progressive resistance drum. The belt was switched to an orange Kreitler one ages ago.
You can google the details, but the resistance drum is either on or off depending on which way round you fit it (easy swap). I’m including the original non-resistance drum which spins even more freely than the resistance drum in the off position, IYSWIM.
I’m also including the original magnetic resistance bar that can be fitted to the rear of the rollers, so you can choose your method of resistance or even double up if you want. Frankly, I don’t have that sort of power.
All bearings are fine, minimal marks on frame and rollers as you’d expect.
Here are photos and someone’s real life power measurements for the resistance drum (the black curve) and details for the old mag unit too (the green curve):
Collection only from EC1.
Do you really need a reason? Swimming is a lot of fun.
(Any old excuse for a bump. :) )
No that it is of lethal importance, but I don't see, get, how this video has something to do with the sale, rollers, aluminium and Cycleops. And not that I didn't think and try to understand hard and long enough before quoting.
Not understanding make me sad.
It referenced the buyer. MC Paul Barman bought my rollers.
Sorry for the dredge. You are probably the only person I have met in real life to have heard of MC Paul Barman. Chapeau!
I first heard Housemate Troubles when I was having housemate troubles 🙄
You've met me so that's 2
Mind blown. You think you know someone etc etc
I'm old school, I live in a toadstool.
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