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Galaxia Training Rollers

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Nice and easy.

Rollers are seen as old school by some and intimidating by many, but the Tacx Galaxia Rollers have a built in Swing System and concave roller profiles to make them easier and more fun to ride. With normal rollers, you might find yourself bucked to the floor if you weren't careful about standing up or changing pace during intervals, but the Swing System on the Galaxia features rockers at the base that let the unit move forward and back with you to absorb any sudden movements. The result is a more natural riding feel, and combined with concave rollers that help you stay centered, the Galaxia Rollers lower the learning curve and up the fun factor compared to traditional fixed-frame options.


  • Swing System absorbs motion for easy pedaling while standing or sprinting
  • Roller diameter is 100 mm at center
  • Compatible with wheel sizes from 26" to 29"
  • Retractable to 80 cm in length for storage
  • Claimed weight is 18.1 lbs
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Challenging to stay upright,Big learning curve,if u can do track stands your Golden,if not its best to be in a hallway
by Road Bike Mike
Cycling Enthusiast
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The fact that the front roller is driven by rear rollers makes the front end very squirrley, hold on. Being in a hallway

allows me to bounce off walls to stay upright,kinda of a bummer but more practice on it will make perfect they say.

Reviewed 1/30/2018
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Ok but not the best
by Anonymous
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Very noisy

Not enough resistance

Nice parabolic shape and movement with increased effort

Setup not hard but not as easy as some

Reviewed 11/6/2017
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