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AL Roller

4.579710144927536 out of 5 stars
69 Reviews



AL Roller

Some riders may swear by trainers, but when it comes to training both bike handling skills and speed, rollers are hard to beat. SARIS offers its AL Roller with aluminum drums that spin near silently, so you can work on balance and endurance indoors without the whine of the trainer waking up everyone under your roof.


  • Compact rollers for quiet and versatile training
  • Aluminum roller drums are light and spin quietly
  • Precision-lathing on drums prevents distortion from heat
  • Resistance roller uses silent, magnetic resistance
  • Can be folded flat or stood on end for convenient storage
  • Rollers ad bike handling to training, improve balance
  • 16in wide wheelbase fits just about any size of bike
  • Rubber foot pads protect floor, keep rollers in place
  • Item #SRS1WUN
Contact Points
[minimum wheelbase] 37.5in, [maximium wheelbase] 44.5in
Recommended Use
training, indoor, outdoor
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Overall Rating

4.5 based on 69 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

March 21, 2023


great product and training tool. improvement in balance on the bike is noticeable and worthwhile


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5 out of 5 stars

August 24, 2020

Worth every cent !

Great construction, compact, company is like a well oiled machine I was informed about every aspect of the transaction...


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4 out of 5 stars

May 30, 2020

Great for technique and balance

I have owned these for around eight years and chose them over static trainers because I thought they would be more interesting to ride. Rollers are not that difficult, if I can learn to ride them, anyone can. I started with the set up in an internal doorway placing one hand against the vertical and one on the handlebars. It took a couple of sessions before I was confident to get both hands on the bike, but it felt an achievement and soon it became second nature. I was keeping upright and all I needed was the back of a chair on one side to help start and finish my sessions. The longer the wheelbase of the bike, the easier it will be to learn to ride rollers. I began with a mountain bike and then moved on to a shorter wheelbase road bike. It’s important to make sure that tyres are up to pressure otherwise they will squeak and increase resistance. I don’t have extra resistance on the rollers, I find that the gear changes on the bike are all I need to vary the strength needed to keep going. Rollers are not really about building strength. They provide a core workout because you constantly need to adjust balance and they give you a much better technique. I noticed after the first winter of using rollers that out on the road, I sat squarer on the bike and my pedalling was more efficient. It’s like having a technique coaching session. If you get it wrong, you lose your balance, so you develop a way of staying upright and that translates into much better technique on real rides. The only thing that I would change is the rubber feet design. The feet split after time and I think that is because the square metal ends are forced into round rubber feet. Otherwise these should last a long time. Don’t be afraid, get some rollers!


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4 out of 5 stars

May 28, 2020


This design seems like it would be both fun and a challenge. Although you probably get a better workout with the resistance type trainers, I believe enhancing one's balance and cadence will pay off in the long run.


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4 out of 5 stars

May 28, 2020

Solid rollers

I've had my rollers for about 2 years now. Love riding on these, gives me a great workout and has helped smooth out my pedal strokes.


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4 out of 5 stars

February 7, 2019

I would buy this product again

I use my road bike on the rollers they are well made

Crazy frog

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5 out of 5 stars

August 10, 2018

Great product that lasted has lasted a long time

Great training device that greatly improved my ability to ride in a group and to do it efficiently


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5 out of 5 stars

April 5, 2017

Great Product.

These rollers have been used on average 3x/week for 18 years. The resistance unit is installed and is a nice upgrade. Warrantied and replaced two cylinders during that time due to bearing failure and replaced one band. Not bad. I guess its time for CycleOps to work on a Smart Roller.


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5 out of 5 stars

April 4, 2017

Take you Indoor Riding up a Notch

Take your riding to the next level!! Rollers are not easy - no matter how many YouTube videos you watch... It takes practice and concentration. It's all worth it though. Smoother cadence, razor edge balance, awe and admiration from your training buddies (almost..)!! I've had an air trainer and a Fluid2 trainer, and this is by far the toughest indoor workout I've ever had. It took a couple weeks of trying and sitting against a wall to stay on, then another month to feel somewhat comfortable. After a season of riding indoors I'm still challenged and working at it - but I'm still riding it!! I've noticed an impressive smoothness in my riding, no side-to-side movement, smoother pedaling, The rollers are as quiet if not quieter than my Fluid trainer. Lighter and easier to take to LBS for training rides.


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5 out of 5 stars

April 4, 2017

Amazing Rollers!

These rollers have provided miles and miles of enjoyment and most of all, exercise. The best part of these is they don't take up much room. Allowing me to leave them set up. I can throw the bike on for a workout in an instant and ride. The rollers test your core strength to the max! Be careful the first time, but once you pick it up, and you will, it's easy and fun! I went from never riding rollers to being able to transition to no hands on rollers in about 5 rides.

Dan the Ardvark

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