Tag Archives: Indoor Cycling

Wattbike launches next-generation Atom

Wattbike is launching its “new and improved” Atom in the UK. The next-generation Wattbike Atom uses a custom-designed electromagnetic resistance system. Instead of using motors to move the magnets up and down, the new system changes the current to the magnet to change braking force instantly, meaning not only does …

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BikeBiz May/June edition now available

The digital edition of BikeBiz May/June is now available. Inevitably, our latest issue looks at how the industry has adapted to COVID-19 and hears from Raleigh UK, SPOK’D, Yellow Jersey and SwissStop. This month’s sector guides are children’s bikes, cycle computers and indoor trainers and power meters. A tenfold increase …

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Canyon ZCC partners with Verve Cycling for power data validation

Cycling esports team Canyon ZCC has partnered with Verve Cycling. Canyon ZCC and Verve Cycling have joined forces to ensure all team bikes are equipped with the InfoCrank, providing fully validated power measurements for all online races. The announcement comes as the Canyon ZCC team takes part in the Zwift …

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Indoor cycling trends during COVID-19

Newly-launched research company Cycling Insight has shared indoor and virtual riding trends during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The significance of the search trend spike for turbo trainers from 15th March 2020 correlates to the start of the COVID-19 lockdown. The term ‘Turbo Trainer’ has 12,100 March monthly UK Google searches, up …

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Rapha supports Zwift in Tour for All virtual fundraiser

Rapha has partnered with Zwift to help raise funds for Médecins Sans Frontiéres (Doctors Without Borders) through the Tour For All, a multi-stage virtual tour. It has produced a series of limited edition products to celebrate the tour. All profits from the collection will be donated to the MSF’s COVID-19 …

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The Sufferfest launches new ‘Half Monty’ fitness test

The Sufferfest and Wahoo have unveiled a “revolutionary” new ramp-style fitness test, dubbed Half Monty. The test has been developed and refined over the past year to give athletes a less-demanding testing protocol that provides insight into their fitness, allowing more efficient training and the ability to more easily evaluate …

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Zwift Classics return for 2020

The Zwift Classics are returning for 2020, offering a significant cycling distraction in the wake of COVID-19. Six unique races will take place in a different Zwift world throughout London, Richmond, Watopia, Bologna, Yorkshire and Crit City. Starting on 5th April, community members will have four days to complete each Zwift …

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The Sufferfest releases new indoor training plans

The Sufferfest, part of Wahoo Fitness, has released a suite of training plans designed for athletes who are staying indoors due to the current COVID-19 outbreak.  The four-week ‘All In’ training plans are completely indoor-based and place increased emphasis on yoga, strength, and mental training. Each indoor plan offers a …

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New Wattbike Icon now available to public

Wattbike’s new indoor training bike, designed for commercial use, is now being offered to individuals. Designed to improve the performance of athletes of all ages and abilities, and most often seen in gyms, health centres and elite sports institutions, the Wattbike Icon has been introduced to complement the Wattbike Pro …

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