Wahoo have used the global platform of Eurobike, the world’s largest annual cycling trade show, to launch their assault on the booming ‘bike style’ stationary trainer market.
The Wahoo KICKR BIKE is a complex unit that features a hydraulic ram to simulate gradient. The rider can adjust the unit at six different contact points.
Gear shift configurations, drive train similarities and gear ratios are also customisable via the unit’s mobile app.
The fixed training device features a 7kg flywheel and belt-drive system. It is obviously fully compatible with Zwift and, along with other bike style units from Tacx, Stages and Wattbike, has proven popular at the Zwift stand at Eurobike.
The Wahoo KICKR BIKE is expected to retail for $US3500 – Australian pricing has not yet been made available. The Wahoo KICKR BIKE is expected to be available in early 2020.