Whether you've got a spring race that's going to require some serious winter base mileage or cycling is your year-round passion, investing in the right indoor oasis is crucial to coming out stronger than ever when the snow melts. Upgrade your at-home base camp and train with Wahoo's KICKR SNAP PowerTrainer to make you feel like you're riding outside and getting the most out of your suffer sessions. While some days certainly call for spinning the pedals mindlessly while binge watching your favorite show, if you want to get better by spring, sync up the KICKR SNAP with your favorite training app and do some work. One of the friendlier trainers on the market, the KICKR SNAP works with just about every major training app, ANT+, Bluetooth, as well as Android, Windows, or Apple devices, so you can track your workout and control the trainer from one place. Talk to it using any of the above and watch as it displays speed, distance, and power on your chosen screen without having to be hooked up to additional finicky sensors. While it puts you through a workout, enjoy the realistic sensation delivered by a 10. 5lb flywheel that anchors the system, helping you feel more like you're outside even if the view out the window says otherwise.
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