The New Year marks new beginnings for many, but for Vix Box - Creative Director at Shift Active Media - 2016 is the year of the “new world” as she awaits the arrival of her baby. We invited Vix to
Today we're pleased to announce that reigning World, Commonwealth and National road race champion Lizzie Armitstead has come on board as our latest Wattbike ambassador. Lizzie is an athlete truly at the
Want to try the Wattbikes at your gym but not sure where to start? Lacking in motivation and want to try something new? Workout not entirely cycling focused? We’ve compiled three sessions that are perfect
At Wattbike we’re keen to help you unleash your potential through structured training and effective indoor workouts. But no matter how hard you intend to train, factors like fear and self-doubt can
In August, 19 year-old Tom Davies from Battersea became what is believed to be of the youngest people to cycle around the world solo, clocking up 18,000 miles and raising more than £50,000 for numerous
Have you set your goals for 2016 yet? We all know that a clear and specific goal gives you focus and helps you maintain motivation when times are tough. If you’re struggling to set your goal, take a
Damien Shaw is the current National Irish Road Race Champion who went from casual competitions to beating the pro’s in just two years. His fast rise to success has put him firmly on the podium as one
Wattbike Ambassador Dean Downing is finally back in the saddle after a long spell off the bike whilst recovering from an injury. In this guest blog, Dean talks about how hard it is to get back on track
Almost every cyclist, whether they know it or not, wants to improve their performance. Whether you want to improve your endurance for a sportive or enhance your speed for a time trial, it all boils down
Our ambassador Matt Bottrill has achieved some great things on the time trial circuit, culminating in a bronze medal at the amatuer world championships in September. After a successful career on the bike,
It's been an incredible few weeks on the rugby scene and now the Rugby World Cup finals are just a few short hours away. In the midst of all this action, we are pleased to announce that Victor Matfield,
Wattbike Ambassador Lucy Gossage recently returned from the Ironman World Championships, in this guest blog, Lucy shares her experience at Kona: I had a lot of demons to conquer out in Kona this year.
Why is power to weight a useful metric to measure when cycling? In simple terms, your power to weight ratio is simply the amount of power you can output per kilogram of weight. Once you’ve worked out
Written by Wattbike Ambassador Lucy Gossage. Time trials hurt. 100 mile trials hurt a lot! They’re mentally tough. They’re physically tough. They’re lonely. And they take a while. But in my book
You've completed your last event of the summer, but now you're wondering how to improve your performance and make marginal gains ahead of next years events. Altitude training could be the perfect antidote.