ERG Mode: Does Gear Selection Matter?

Indoor turbo sessions over the course of the last few years have had a complete makeover. At one time it was standard procedure to wear out bike tires and withstand hours in a fixed position. With the addition of smart trainers to the market, cyclists and triathletes alike are moving many of their outdoor...

Recreating Routes in Your Living Room

It’s an common adage: practice makes perfect. But it’s difficult to prepare for races when the actual route takes place halfway across the world. Or if your schedule doesn’t give you appropriate time to hit the course. Whatever the reason, indoor smart trainers (like the KICKR) have helped riders access unique training plans that can dynamically recreate courses and conditions in high...

How to Use Planned Workouts on Your ELEMNT

What does your workout look like this afternoon? How about tomorrow… or next week? If you’re anxiously Googling workout ideas right now because you have no idea – put your phone down. Relief has arrived. What are Planned Workouts? In the spirit of all things Wahoo, we want to make cycling more enjoyable every...

How to Set Up Live Track on Your ELEMNT

A Live Track update for your bike computer is here, and it will change the way you communicate with loved ones, friends and coaches. Live Track can be used on the ELEMNT, ROAM, and BOLT. It will refine the way you can track and share locations, get past and future route information, and see...

Planning the Perfect Winter Cycling Plan

Riding in the winter does have to be all doom and gloom. The daylight is shorter, but that doesn’t mean your cycling has to take a hit!  While many of our minds associate winter riding with your traditional, “base mileage,” it doesn’t have to be all low intensity…nor should it! Finding a good balance...

5 Hacks to Up your KICKR Indoor Trainer Ride

Getting back into gear for the new year isn’t always as easy as it sounds, and getting the motivation to hop on the bike trainer can sometimes be an even bigger challenge. Here’s five things to keep on hand at all times to make your time in the pain cave more comfy. Ice Cold...

Cyclocross Skills Clinic: Cornering

The Cyclocross season has come around quick, too quick, which means hurdles, off camber bends, fat banks and even mud is coming at you even quicker, especially if you’re coming into the season flying with a load of road form. Cyclocross is about being technically skilled, as much as it is about being strong,...

Cycling Cadence: What is it & How to Improve Yours

Cadence in cycling is defined as the number of revolutions per minute (RPM) you complete at a given speed. The power you are able to produce on the bike is the product of torque (force on the pedal) x angular velocity (or your pedal speed). Based on this formula it is easy to see...

The Ultimate Guide for Tracking Your Cycling Heart Rate

Heart rate training can be a vital tool for cyclists. It can help you get stronger, faster and fitter – all while preventing overtraining and burnout. But that’s only if you know what to look for, how to find it, and how to track it. However, before you start tracking your heart rate, it’s important...

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