Avid cyclists might be familiar with some of Wahoo Fitness’ cyclist focused exercise products and apps. The company has announced a new stationary trainer called the Wahoo Fitness Kickr. The device uses an iPhone to control the resistance on the exercise trainer.
This isn’t a standalone exercise bike; rather it appears to replace the rear wheel on your own bicycle. The resistance can be changed to simulate coasting downhill or climbing a 15% grade. The device uses Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ technology.
The device uses a flywheel and promises to accurately replicate the feel of actually biking on a road. The company also claims the device is one of the quietest on the market. Launch is set sometime in November at an undisclosed price.
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