Wahoo Kickr Bike Is So Realistic You May Never Go Outside Again

Joseph Delves Wednesday, September 4, 2019 - 10:24 Tilting and bobbing to replicate climbing and descending, Wahoo’s VR bike is the missing piece US$3,500 Just launched at Eurobike, Wahoo’s new Kickr Bike is an automated trainer that tilts and bobs to replicate climbing and descending. Keen to annex a good chunk of your floor space, it’s composed of a full-size and ultra-adjustable bike mounted to an actuator that raises or lowers the whole assemblage to simulate slopes of up to 20%. Based around the same kind of smart resistance unit found on the brand’s more traditional trainers, this can produce over 2,200 watts to push against, while also measuring your power output with lab-quality accuracy. On top of this, it’s smart shifting system can even replicate the exact ratios from most existing groupsets. Image 4 of 11 Image 4 of 11 Also physically adjustable to match the specs of your ...

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