Why do you Watt? Share your story #WhyIWattbike

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Wattbikers. We want to hear from you. Why do you Watt?

As we power through another national lockdown, we want to celebrate what inspires you to get on your Wattbike. 

Whether it's escapism, stress relief, weight loss, mental wellbeing or your desire to push your training to the next level, we want to know your reason why you Watt. 

We know the smart trainer can be your best friend, but just like any personal trainer, it can also be your worst enemy. But after all the sweat and gears it gets us the results we want and pushes us to our limits, and that’s why we love it, right?

So, to get 2021 off to a positive start, we would love for you to email us your story and share why you Watt on social media. Tell us what fuels your determination to get on your Wattbike and inspire others with your story.

Email your story to yourstory@wattbike.com with the following details

  • Your name, age, profession
  • The reason why you Watt in 20 words or less
  • Picture of yourself training on the Wattbike

Don’t forget to share your workouts on social media and tag us @Wattbike #WhyIWattbike 


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