• Mike Berg

    I’ve been using Roll Recovery for several years now, and for me it takes the place of the foam roller for the most part. It is easy to travel with and can be used sitting in a car. I don’t need to go to the masseuse nearly as often. For stage races using the roller and then leg compression has worked great!

  • Jason de Puit

    Another alternative is a Tiger Tail, Quite portable and makes it a bit easier to target certain areas when compared to a foam roller. Also allows you to adjust the pressure fairly readily:

    Essentially its just a rolling pin though!

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  • Jim

    My wife swears by the Magic Wand for massage. She always up in the bed room with that thing.

    • RayG

      Well, if nothing else works for her….

  • Justin Benson

    I too find it very easy to use, and both my foam roller and spikey ball have been banished to the corner of the room. The foam roller is NOT portable unlike the Roll Recovery unit, which I can take easily anywhere.

    Just 5 mins a day on each leg (and glute) is resulting in a lot less time paying for deep tissue massage.

    Clearly has some top riders (and others) endorsing

    Oh, and you noted the difference in cost $249AUD (delivered) versus $119USD retail, but failed to note that you’ll pay approx $44USD for shipping. So on current FX rates, the comparison is really $249 v $227 (both in AUD) for a like for like “to your door” comparison.

  • Cracks

    Like others I’m surprised by the lazy writing and strange criticisms in this CyclingTips Roll Recovery R8 review (there are factual errors in the article along with lazy, unfair price comparisons — AUD v’s USD?) but I know I’m biased so I asked some of the best athletes in the world what they think of the R8 and if they agree with CyclingTips’ criticisms. Here’s what Brad Beven, Robbie McEwen, Ben St Lawrence, Liz Blatchford, Dave Byrne, and Blake Hose have to say…


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