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Wahoo FitnessKICKR Power Trainer


Item # WHAC01M

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Item # WHAC01M

KICKR Power Trainer

With the updated KICKR Power Trainer, Wahoo offers a straightforward alternative to rocker-plate technology, improves power accuracy, and ease calibration. To keep us from having to source a rocker-plate for our home trainer, Wahoo resourcefully adds five-degrees of side-to-side movement to the KICKR thanks to the new AXIS Action Feet, which replace the standard fixed feet on the KICKR. It’s a simple, convenient, and practical improvement to achieve a more realistic and tunable training experience. During pedaling, the feet allow the trainer to sway back and forth, which Wahoo claims also reduces rider fatigue. Included with the KICKR is a set of AXIS Feet with three stiffness levels, allowing a tunable amount of movement based on your riding goals. Lock the feet out for a typical session or go fully open for full-tilt, virtual races, or any combination that feels comfortable.

On the surface, the new KICKR appears unchanged from the previous generation; however, updated hardware improves power accuracy from +/-2% to +/-1%. With the sharp rise of online racing, precise power readings are critical for preserving the authenticity and reliability of data coming in from racers worldwide. And with the increased accuracy, you’ll have more confidence that you are training to the target numbers. Further extending the accuracy of the new KICKR is a self-calibrating feature that removes the need for manual calibration.

Wahoo maintains features that have made the KICKR its flagship indoor trainer. The electromagnetically controlled flywheel feels natural and road-like, and continuous, wireless communication with online apps and virtual cycling courses creates an immersive training experience. The KICKR replicates a maximum of a 20% incline and can generate 2200-watts of resistance should you ever be able to reach that supernatural ability. The direct-mount style trainer includes an 11-speed cassette and adapters for quick-release and thru-axles. However, XD/XDR cassettes require a separate freehub purchase. And the KICKR supports three, simultaneous Bluetooth connections and is compatible with ELEMNT computers, KICKR HEADWIND, and KICKR CLIMB for a complete indoor training setup.

  • Updated indoor smart trainer for the dedicated cyclist
  • KICKR AXIS Feet enhance ride feel with five-degrees of side to side motion
  • Precision power readings nail accuracy to within +/-1%
  • Calibration-free setup removes the need for manual calibrations
  • Low-noise operation is ideal for small homes and apartment living
  • AXIS Feet work with previous KICKR models (not KICKR Core)
  • Self-calibration is not backwards compatible

Tech Specs
WirelessANT+, ANT+ FE-C, Bluetooth
Operating SystemiOS, Andriod, Windows
IncludesKICKR, AXIS Stiff and Easy Feet, 11-28t cassette, AC Power Adapter, Quick Release Skewer, Disc Brake Caliper Spacer, 1.8mm Spacer, Drive Side Adapter for 130mm and 135mm Quick Release, Reversible hub spacer for 130mm and 135mm Quick Release, Drive Side Adapter for 12x142 and 12x148 Thru Axle, Reversible hub spacer for Thru Axle
Dimensions[legs open] 20 x 28 x 17in, [legs closed] 20 x 9 x 17in
Recommended Usetraining
Manufacturer Warranty[limited] 1 year

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    Is it compatible with Garmin head units? Say the 810?

    Hi William, The Garmin 810 does not have FE-C protocol so it will not control the trainer, however if you are using the Garmin to record your workout then yes it will do that. If you are looking to have a head unit control the trainer to do specific targeted workouts you will want to look at getting a 530,830, or 1030. Cheers


    What derailleur setups does this trainer support out of the box? I currently use Campy record.

    Hi Randy, Great questions. The trainer comes with a HG freehub body with a Shimano / SRAM style 11 spd cassette. It will work with Campy 11 spd systems but would not be as smooth. If you plan on using Campy you will want to swap out the driver body. Item # WHA0005 will allow you to run a campy cassette. Be sure to check to make sure you order the correct one for the trainer you have. In this case you want to select the one "KICKR 2018+". The bullet points in the description on that page will say it's for earlier models but as long as you select the one that says 2018 plus it is the correct one.