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Item # ELI000M

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Roll right.

The most basic of Elite's rollers, the Arion Roller still packs far more features than most of its competitors. Its frame, which is made of a light-but-tough fiberglass-reinforced polyamide plastic, folds up for easy storage or carrying. Once aboard, you'll appreciate the parabolic rolling cylinders that help to keep you centered, but not so much that they let you lose focus. The antistatic plastic used for the cylinders helps to reduce noise and tire wear, and the frame's structure doubles as a platform to make for easier and safer mounting and dismounting.
  • Lightweight synthetic frame
  • Folds for storage and transportation
  • Reduced noise and tire wear
Tech Specs
Tech Specs
[frame] fiberglass-reinforced polyamide
Recommended Use
road or mountain bike training
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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Avg. ride time: 5h 57m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

Well over 1000 miles and still fine

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I ride this for 30 minutes of intervals almost every morning. Its been great but need to tighten the bolts that hold the rollers occasionally as they will eventually work loose. Some loctite would probably fix that but I just keep an eye on it and tighten as necessary. So far only twice.

The perfect El Nino companion

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought this to keep pedaling during the El Nino in S. California when the trails are too muddy. Have about 75 miles over 10 or so uses on this roller. I set up my 29er MTB with slicks, works great. Like being able to take the bike as it sits, throw it on the roller and get to pedaling. The parabolic rollers help make the learning curve quick and to keep you centered when pedaling. Workout intensity is light to moderate but requires a focus on balance and smooth cadence. It has helped my form and cadence techniques for the real rides.

Does this work with A mountain bike?

Of course! Dude on a 29er using them: