Cycle Training

Whether you are setting out to get fit, searching for ways to improve your performance, looking to be the next Olympic champion or just want a realistic cycle ride without having to go out in the rain, the Wattbike is the answer. 

The Wattbike was created with British Cycling to provide an indoor bike for training and testing that is suitable for everyone from school children to Olympic gold medallists. Within seconds you can be accurately measuring your power output, cadence, your pedalling technique and heart rate.

The Wattbike is a revolutionary indoor bike that monitors your pedalling technique and power output with every turn, which means that you get more out of every training session. In addition to being able to train smarter and get fitter, one of the unique features of the Wattbike is the polar graph which can be used to improve pedalling technique and cycling performance by analysing each pedal revolution.

  • Cycle Fitness Testing
  • £75
  • 90min fitness testing session with WhittleFit coach Lawrence Cronk

    Precise testing allows for smarter training and racing

    Test includes:

    Warm up protocol
    Introduction to pedalling technique
    Ramp test to calculate max HR and peak power
    Left leg versus right leg power
    Calculate power and HR training zones
    Calculate power to weight ratio
    Cool down protocol

    Post test consultation explaining the test data and how it can be applied to your training

    Follow up tests last 60mins (£50)
  • Cycling Improvement Course
  • £300
  • 12x 1 hour sessions with WhittleFit coach Lawrence Cronk

    Progressive, challenging sessions focussing on improving power output

    Frequent 20 minute Functional Threshold Power (FTP) tests to track progress

    Following British Cycling approved testing protocols

    Improvements on the Wattbike translate directly over to your road cycling

  • Pedalling Technique Analysis
  • £50
  • 1 hour pedalling technique session with WhittleFit coach Lawrence Cronk

    Good pedalling technique is essential for cycling efficiency

    Identify weak spots in your pedal stroke

    Monitors left and right leg pedalling symmetry

    Takeaway drills to implement for on the road cycling