Wahoo is combining the Wahoo KICKR SNAP with Wahoo X subscription in the US for only $29.99 per month. This package is a 12-month subscription commitment, and with that, you get the KICKR SNAP smart wheel-on trainer and full access to Wahoo RGT and Wahoo SYSTM. A subscription to Wahoo X alone is $14.99/month, and the KICKR SNAP usually retails for $400.
Doing a little bit of math, this isn’t a bad deal if you are looking into a low-cost entry into indoor training. I’ve talked more extensively about Wahoo X in this video if you are looking to learn more about what Wahoo SYSTM and Wahoo RGT offer.
Wahoo X is Wahoo’s new subscription service that was announced by wahoo last spring that combines Wahoo RGT and Wahoo SYSTM together. With one single sign-on and one single subscription, you will have access to all of the features and content for both Wahoo SYSTM and Wahoo RGT.
Wahoo SYSTM is a training platform for cyclists and triathletes that offers personalized workouts paired with video-based cycling content, pro rides content and on-location video content. On top of that, they also offer yoga, strength, and mental training all can be integrated into customizable training plans which you can create to help plan out your training season.
Wahoo RGT is a virtual cycling platform with virtual routes that are based on real-world locations. Wahoo RGT gives you a lot of flexibility to select which route to ride on at any given day. You can also create your own routes, you can setup group rides, events, and races, and invite others to join you.
The KICKR SNAP is a great wheel-on trainer with 10.5 lbs flywheel that gives you one of the best road feel in any wheel-on trainer. It can simulate up to 12% gradient and supports up to 1500 watts, and measures power with +/-3% accuracy. The KICKR SNAP also supports Bluetooth and ANT+ FE-C protocols making it compatible not only with Wahoo X, but any indoor cycling training app that supports these protocols, like Zwift, TraineRoad, Xert, and many others. The KICKR SNAP is also compatible with Wahoo’s KICKR Climb and Headwind.
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