Finding the motivation to train indoors when it’s warm outside is difficult, if a little nonsensical at first. Surely, your hard work on the Wattbike during the winter means you can spend the summer
Whilst its roots are firmly planted in elite cycling, the Wattbike Pro/Trainer has gained a huge fitness following in recent years, being used in gyms, studios and by personal trainers across the country.
From accuracy to Zwift, here’s everything you need to know about the #Unrivalled Wattbike Atom. A - Accurate data This is the basis of targeted and effective training. The Atom leaves nothing to chance
It’s easy to think the only way to become fitter, stronger or more powerful is to beast yourself on the Wattbike - day in, day out. High intensity sessions are tough workouts designed to push your body
We’re obsessed with performance and are always striving to bring you the very best experience possible. That’s why we wanted to let you know about some exciting changes we’ve made to the Wattbike
The Giro d’Italia’s iconic climbs are long, steep, daunting and legendary for the punishment they dish out. This year the riders face the mighty Monte Zoncolan, regarded as the hardest climb in Europe;
With 3 months to go until Haute Route Alpe d'Huez, we asked coach and former British criterium champion Dean Downing to share his tips for Haute Route success. Stay motivated by riding with others. Training
The Spring Classics are the hardest and harshest of races. Exciting and unpredictable in equal measure, the Classics are a fight on a bike. During spring in northern Europe, the sun sometimes shines hot
A lot of preparation is likley to go into your pre-ride meal plan, but your post-workout fuelling is just as important. Your road to recovery will not only be determined by what you eat, but also when
One of the benefits of regular cycling and an active lifestyle leaves you with an appetite that can allow you to eat at will. However, in recent years more and more athletes are choosing a vegan lifestyle.
Whilst the thought of New Year's resolutions and goal setting may sound overrated, defining what you want to achieve is an extremely powerful process that will help you stay motivated and grow as an athlete
Winter can be a challenge for cyclists. Icy roads, plummeting temperatures and darker days all make cycling outside a little less appealing. But train through winter and you’ll reap the physiological
In the final two weeks before an event there is little extra training you can do to improve your fitness, instead the focus is on being as fresh and prepared for race day as you can be. If you have been
Functional Threshold Power, or FTP, is a serious stat bandied about by many cyclists. If you’ve heard of FTP but aren’t sure why it is important or how to measure it, follow our simple guide to discover
Written by Mark Fenner Establishing an off season used to be quite easy when I lived in the UK as the natural seasons of the year could be used to determine the all-important time off and the subsequent