Wattbike Heritage
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Wattbike Heritage

Since its development in conjunction with Peter Keen - former director of performance at UK Sport and British Cycling - the Wattbike has become a global icon within elite sport. Wattbike has played a part in the talent identification of many riders currently at the top of their game and continues to be used as a talent identification tool within the world's top cycling and sports federations. It is used as a front line talent screening tool for multiple sports by UK Sport as well as the Japanese Institute of Sport as they prepare for Tokyo 2020. 

In February 2015, the UCI World Cycling Centre (WCC) welcomed Wattbikes to their centre in Aigle, Switzerland. The Wattbikes are currently used as a training and testing tool for pro-athletes using the facility, in addition to performing a key role in the talent identification for Junior and U23 athletes throughout the UCI WCC global satellite centres. 

“The Wattbike has been proven as an effective training aid and will enable athletes attending this world-class facility and our satellite centres to get more from their training time.”

Belinda Tarling - UCI WCC

Being the pioneers of training with power means that in addition to cycling federations across the world, many elite athletes also choose the Wattbike as their training tool of choice. Find out why below:

Joanna Rowsell

"My Wattbike is a really important training tool. I use it for specific sessions that I simply can’t do on the track or road and it’s become an essential part of my training."

Lucy Gossage

"The Wattbike has helped me achieve the second fastest 100 mile time trial on record"

 

Nic Gill

"It's easy to forget life before Wattbike. It makes my job so much easier. It's the most precise, high quality, personalised training tool I have found. Whether it's performance on the road, the pitch or just life in general, the Wattbike is the magic ingredient. I can't recommend it highly enough."

New Zealand Rugby Team Strength & Conditioning Coach (2007-Present)

Toyoki Takeda

"Winning the 2014 Grand Prix Final - the biggest prize in Japanese Keirin - was the culmination of a very specific 15 month Wattbike training regime and a lifetime's dedication. Training on the Wattbike has improved my power and speed considerably. At the age of 40 I never imagined I could make such gains."

Japan's No1 Professional Keirin Athlete



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