Wahoo KICKR Indoor Bike Trainer
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Whether you are riding a virtual course or performing a structured wattage workout, the KICKR will deliver a unique training experience unmatched by any trainer on the market. The KICKR Power Trainer is can be controlled via a iDevice with BTLE enabled, BTLE Mac Book, or a Windows PC with ANT+ dongle. Whether you are coasting down a hill or hammering up a steep col, the KICKR will make you feel like you are outside on the road. Training with power is the most efficient way to train. The KICKR is the only trainer on the market that measures power directly at the hub, providing you consistent, reliable power. The KICKR’s unique wheel off design means consistent, reliable power measurement. Direct-Drive: The KICKR’s unique wheel off design saves your tires but it is also what makes the KICKR special. The wheel off design allows us to measure your power output at the hub, with no tire or roller clamp to disturb your readings. The result is consistent, accurate power. Fits All Bikes: Wahoo's swing arm adjusts the trainer to fit any size bike from 24" to the monster 29'er. (Let's see another trainer do that!) Bluetooth 4.0 & ANT+: Broadcast data directly from your KICKR direct to your smartphone using Bluetooth 4.0. If you don't train with your smartphone, the KICKR communicates your speed, distance and power data into your bike computer
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- Controllable resistance - can spin as hard as I want
- Removable wheel - won't have to buy tires just for riding a trainer, keeping my floor dust free too
- Open interface - More apps coming!
- This thing is as sturdy as a rock
- This thing is heavy!
- Removable wheel - con for some because it can be a pain in the butt
- App selection is limited yet and the ones that work OK are not free - you would expect some decent software to come when you pay 1100 dollars for something but what you get is Wahoo Fitness app which is limited on the iPhone and you really have to pay for everything else. Worst, most services are subscription based. I had some success with free applications or manually adjusting resistance using Wahoo app to simulate interval training but to get something exciting be prepared to spend your hard earned money.
- Really need a recent Apple mobile device. PC support is limited and if it's not a Mac (I don't have one) you need to buy an Ant+ dongle which not as fully featured as BTLE
But the future looks very bright!
It's been almost 4 month now. The KICKR is still kicking ass (figuratively). Been using it 3-5 times a week. Tried a few apps and ended up using mostly 2 - subscription-based Virtual Training from CycleOps (who sell their own training equipment and technically are Wahoo competitor but good portion of their clients seem to ride KICKRs) and iMobileIntervals. I had a minor issue when I couldn't recalibrate my KICKR but Wahoo support helped me with a workaround, so it was a non-event. One somewhat upsetting part is that it's the middle of the winter indoor season and there were literally no new apps to try but I like Virtual Training a lot so it hasn't been a big deal.