Watt Bike Pro

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The Wattbike is engineered to enhance  every kind of cycling, from rehabilitation, fitness testing to Olympic training and is suitable for riders of all abilities and ages, providing accurate and consistent performance data with scientific accuracy.


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£ 2,995.00

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The Watt Bike is used by The UCI World Cycling Centre, England Rugby,  British Sailing, The Army (see video below) , Universities, Occupational Health and Fitness Facilities. 

What makes Wattbike ground-breaking isn't just the realistic ride. Wattbike captures performance data up to 100 times per second across 29 parameters, whilst its performance computer delivers the kind of data that, until now, has only been available to the world's most elite athletes. And because every bike gives comparable data and has software that grows as you do, it means you can compare your performance with the best.

Two versions are available, the Pro and the Trainer. Identical in appearance, the Pro has a higher gear ratio and is suitable for higher level workouts and those with higher levels of fitness. The Trainer has a lower gear setting and is suitable for general use and long, endurance training sessions.

Note delivery charge £75 or assembled £195


  • Elapsed time is session
  • Ordinal number of turns in the session
  • Total number of turns per minute
  • Circumferential pedal velocity
  • Estimated road bike velocity
  • Estimated road bike distance in given time
  • Heart rate
  • Average force in single turn
  • Average force for the whole session
  • Peak force within one turn
  • Efficiency per pedal revolution
  • Average efficiency for the whole session
  • Power average per pedal revolution
  • Power peak for the whole session
  • Average power for the whole session
  • Work in J (Force x Distance in single turn)
  • Total work obtained by summing up work at the end of each turn
  • Left vs. right leg force in %
  • Right vs. left leg force in %
  • Total average left vs. right leg force in %
  • Total average right vs. left leg force in %
  • Time to reach left leg force in %
  • Time to reach right leg force in %
  • Total average time to reach left leg force peak
  • Total average time to reach right leg force peak
  • Left leg peak force pedal position in degrees
  • Right leg peak force pedal position in degrees
  • Total average left leg peak force pedal position in degrees
  • Total average right leg peak force pedal position in degree

Submaximal Ramp Test

This test is designed for people who take part in moderate activity on a regular basis (3 x 30’ per week). This includes regular gym users, people who run, cycle or those who play sports recreationally.

This test is designed to give a benchmark fitness level from which improvement in fitness can be monitored. As with the sub-maximal 10’ test, the test is terminated when the rider indicates they have reached level 7 on the Borg scale rate of perceived exertion (‘no-talk’ level).

The heart rate achieved at termination is deemed to be 85% of MHR and 60w is added to the Watts achieved at the termination level to determine MMP so that heart rate and power training zones can be calculated. As it is a sub-maximal test, it can be done regularly (monthly) to track fitness improvement and to re-establish heart rate and power training zones as fitness levels change. It is also a good test for people who are starting out on a training or fitness program.


Training sessions are available starting at £250 per session (2 hours) plus travel. 

Call 0118 324 0061 or email sales@fitech.co.uk for more information