Posts tagged "road+cycling"

Sarah Adams

Wattbikes Top 10 Cycling Challenges for 2015

Posted by Sarah Adams about 3 weeks ago

It’s January, a time for setting resolutions like losing weight or exercising more. Resolutions that, lets face it, most people don’t keep past the end of January. This year, instead of making a vague resolution that you know you won’t keep, why not set yourself an achievable goal? To give you some inspiration, we’ve listed what… Read full post


It’s my favourite time of the year, the cyclo-cross season!

Posted by paulcox on Nov 17, 2014

It's my favourite time of the year, the cyclo-cross season! I've had a steady season on the road with a win, a KOM jersey from HotChillee's London-Paris and ended the season on a high with a 1-2 with my team-mate in a stage race. While I enjoy riding on the road my main focus is cyclo-cross therefore I have used these races to build my general… Read full post

Ben Addison

The Wattbike is the Peloton Training physiologist’s weapon of choice

Posted by Ben Addison on Sep 17, 2014

This guest blog comes courtesy of Peloton Training. ---------------------------------- An all-too-often favoured training technique of many recreational cyclists is to go out and just ride. Completing our pre-chosen course in the quickest time we can within the boundaries of reasonable comfort is often the goal. Or perhaps we’ll go out and we… Read full post

Matt Moran

Matt Bottrill: It’s been one hell of a year and something I will never forget

Posted by Matt Moran on Sep 16, 2014

Wattbike Ambassador Matt Bottrill has had what can only be described as an extraordinary year with another weekend bringing another title, this time the RTTC Circuit Time Trial Championship. A who's who of British domestic time-trialling was in attendance in Wales to take on a course of 20 miles. This was an event Matt had been looking forward to… Read full post

Matt Moran

2014 Alpine Challenge: Review

Posted by Matt Moran on Sep 12, 2014

One week after the Alpine Challenge seemed like a good time to reflect on what was a fantastic event based out of Annecy. With a change in the route in 2014 there were new challenges for riders who had taken part before and the usual nerves from those doing their very first HotChillee event. There’s no doubt that the highlight of the first day’s… Read full post

Matt Moran

Alpine Challenge 2014: Day Two - Beauty and The Beast

Posted by Matt Moran on Sep 05, 2014

If we saw The Beast yesterday then Day Two of HotChillee's Alpine Challenge delivered us the Beauty. Sunshine, mountains and a blue sky kept us company over some challenging terrain. After a fairly brutal timed climb on the Semnoz twenty-four hours ago we were treated to something a little gentler in the form of the Col des Aravis. But first we… Read full post

Matt Moran

Alpine Challenge 2014: Day One - The Semnoz delivers on its reputation

Posted by Matt Moran on Sep 04, 2014

Day One of the HotChillee’s 2014 Alpine Challenge got off to a quick start with a time-trial on the Col de la Forclaz which would seed the riders into speed-based groups. From the off it was great to see so many riders on the road wearing Wattbike jerseys, friends both old and new. Not to mention the numerous riders telling us how much they loved… Read full post

Richard Baker

Smart Riders. Smart Training. Great Results.

Posted by Richard Baker on Aug 21, 2014

This video from Cycle Studio in Balgowlah Heights, Sydney, really hits the nail on the head when it comes to training on a Wattbike in a studio. No gimmicks, no disco lights and no press-ups, just a real cycling experience indoors. Every rider is training at the right intensity based on their own personal fitness so is getting the perfect workout. The… Read full post

Matt Moran

Bike history none but a Wattbike addict was born

Posted by Matt Moran on Aug 14, 2014

Guest blog by Ruth Ward Well some say I was crazy but a friend had mentioned something about a bike sportive called La Marmotte and if I wanted to do it I should sign up quickly or there would be no spaces left. Nothing like a bit of pressure to make you do something completely irrational! Bike history...none. Last ride on a bike...when I was a child.… Read full post

Matt Moran

Put that ride in the box marked ‘Special’

Posted by Matt Moran on Aug 13, 2014

The Prudential RideLondon 2014 action kicked off with the Cycling Show at ExCel where we saw record crowds visit the Wattbike stand for last-minute riding tips, discussions on how training with power can make riders of all abilities go faster and to take a look at pedalling technique. Quite a few of our visitors loved the Wattbike so much they placed… Read full post