British Army winter Wattbike competition

1 min read

The first annual Army Winter Wattbike competition was held on the 22nd of January at the Royal Army Physical Training Corps facility in Aldershot. 40 Army Physical Training Instructors gathered on the day to battle it out against each other on the Wattbikes over a series of events. The competition was started by Captain Mark Greenwood to keep PTIs inspired and motivated, and our Power Cycling software was used on the day to bring a competitive edge to the event. 

There are currently over 2000 Wattbikes within British Army units across the country, and over 100 specially trained Royal Army Physical Training Instructors who use the Wattbikes on a daily basis to improve fitness, rehab injured personnel, and test troops. 



Also in Blog

How to test your fitness level with Wattbike
How to test your fitness level with Wattbike

5 min read

There are lots of benefits to testing your fitness level, both to optimise your training and to enhance your performance. Here’s everything you need to know about why Wattbike is the perfect fitness testing partner.
Rehabilitation & Off-Season - Leicester Tigers Miniseries
Rehabilitation & Off-Season - Leicester Tigers Miniseries

2 min read

In part four, Aled Walters discusses how the Wattbikes are used for rehabilitation protocols and off-season preparation.
Through the season - Leicester Tigers Miniseries
Through the season - Leicester Tigers Miniseries

4 min read

In part three, we look at how the Wattbike is utilised throughout the season; from rehabilitation and the off-season to pre-season preparations and match-day routines.