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Wahoo FitnessKICKR Training Desk


Item # WHA000J

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Item # WHA000J

Doing work.

You may spend all day in an office chair fiddling with spreadsheets and spilling coffee on your chinos, but your real work begins when you get home to the Wahoo KICKR Training Desk Set Up. It may resemble the cockpit of a treadmill because it's designed to serve the same purpose for your trainer, holding your laptop or propping up your tablet or smartphone so your data, training apps, or whatever media you prefer while whiling away the virtual miles stays front and center throughout your session.

A non-slip surface keeps everything where you place it, and built in cable-routing options ensure that your arrangement options aren't limited by power cord requirements. The desk's steel frame is an upgrade to rickety TV tray improvisations, and integrated wheels ensure that the stand's robust body is still easily moveable when your significant other, roommate, or the family cat get tired of tripping over your indoor training obsession.

  • An indoor training desk for when it's time to do work
  • Nonslip surface supports screens of all types
  • Included wheels for mobility between sessions
  • Compatible with any indoor trainer that fixes the bike in place

Tech Specs
Material[frame] steel, [finish] baked-on polymer, [desktop mat] rubber
Dimensions[base] 28 x 30in, [desktop] 28 x 14in, [height] 33-48in
Manufacturer Warranty1 year limited

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2


I bought one on Amazon for $100 less. It is sturdy, the wheels lock, and it looks exactly like this one.

>Rating: 5

It's a desk

I've put it through the wringer

It's a desk. Holds things just fine. The base is deeper than I realized, so it will add quite a bit of total depth to your setup with a bike and trainer, make sure your room has adequate space.

>Rating: 5

Love it! Needed Item

I've put it through the wringer

Really love this, high quality, mid weight, not heavy not flimsy light. Very stable and can def. multi-task. The rubber top surface is very tacky and keeps things in place, without worrying about it possibly falling off. Love that I can retract it when not in use. Works perfectly with the wahoo climber. Definitely worth the sale cost IMO

>Rating: 4

Great to multi task

I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

It really fulfills it’s purpose! I would recommend this if you are looking for something help you multi task!

>Rating: 4

I wish that the wheels could lock

Great desk but it would be nice if it did not roll so well.

>Rating: 5

Bike Trainer AND Treadmill desk

I've used it several times

Picked this Bike Trainer Desk for the easy (and quick) height adjustments. Allows use for a laptop and monitor while at the treadmill, and essentials for a workout on the Kickr bike trainer. To perfect this design, Wahoo should make the next version with swiveling castors that lock (easier to maneuver between treadmill and bikes). My Competitive Cyclist Geargead made ordering this a breeze. Thanks!

>Rating: 3


I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This definitely does the job it's supposed to do, but I'm not convinced it was actually worth the price. It's bigger than I originally anticipated, which is fine ... I just had to clear a little more space than planned. The wheels are nice for moving it around, because it's not light, but I wish there was a way to lock the wheels to keep it from rolling when you don't need it to. It's certainly better than a rickety TV tray from your local thrift store, or most other makeshift ways of being able to set your laptop or tablet up in front of you when you're Zwifting it, but I didn't find myself saying, "Yeah, this is awesome!"

>Rating: 3

Nice Design But Some Cheap Construction

I've put it through the wringer

This training desk pretty much functions as advertised: It's perfectly designed for training sessions, stable, and has a non-slip surface. A very sturdy desk overall. That said, it arrived broken. The desk has two push-buttons that are set in the platform that allow the platform to be raised or lowered to accommodate the height of your bike. The buttons are connected (cheaply) to locking mechanisms by long, skinny metal rods that run through the support arms. Apparently, one of the rods became disconnected during transport, and because the support arms are sealed there's no way to reconnect it. You can still "manually" adjust the desk by directly pushing in the locking mechanism with the tip of a small allen wrench. Not a big deal if you're not going to adjust the desk height very often, but kind of a pain if you want to adjust it regularly. It's one of those things that bugs you but probably not enough to go through the hassle of repackaging the desk and sending it back.

>Rating: 5

Love it

I've put it through the wringer

I use my laptop in the morning to check e-mails, etc while riding the trainer and using TrainerRoad. This stand is perfect as it is height adjustable and can be rolled closer or further away easily even on carpet. Super useful and well constructed. It is a bit pricey, but very convenient.