Multiple German sites aim to improve performance with Wattbike

March 17, 2021 1 min read

In Germany, multiple elite training sites and gyms are adopting Wattbikes into their equipment arsenal with the aim of improving performance. Recent installs include two Pro/Trainers being delivered to the Olympic Rowing Training Centre in Dortmund, and three Pro/Trainers being installed at the Olympic Training Center in Saarbrücken.

In addition to this, Kineto Premium Fitness, a high-end health club located outside Düsseldorf, just installed four Wattbike Pro/Trainers and also received product education from our German distribution team. This site is also looking to install a full Wattbike Zone, so stay tuned for more images from the site once this has been completed.

Another health and fitness club that has joined the Wattbike Tribe is Holmes Place Essen, where six bikes have been installed with a full Wattbike Zone. This site is now offering Wattbike classes, so if you live close by check out their schedulehere.


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