Wahoo Kickr Climb review

You can certainly raise your pain-cave game with the Wahoo Kickr Climb, but how much does it improve your indoor cycling experience?

Wahoo Kickr Climb review
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Cyclingnews Verdict

The Wahoo Kickr Climb is a luxury addition to your pain cave, but for those looking to train for a specific event, it really could be the key to success.

Pros

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    Fast enough to keep up with fast terrain change

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    Controlled enough to avoid bucking the front of your bike

Cons

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    Adjusts with 'trainer difficulty'

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    Doesn't feel as locked-in as a front wheel

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    Price

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The Kickr Climb is a device that raises and lowers the front of your bike, simulating climbs of up to 20%, and descents of -10%, in a bid to replicate the outside experience as closely as possible during indoor cycling. However, for just shy of £500, it's likely to be a highly-considered investment.

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