Wahoo extends discounts on Kickr V5 smart trainer, Kickr Bike 1.0 and V1 Elemnt Roam bike computer

Wahoo have slashed prices on some of their best products, offering big savings this Cyber Monday

Cycling headunit containing wahoo elemnt roam
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Wahoo's range of fitness products are some of the highest quality in the industry, and with Black Friday and Cyber Monday in full swing, now's a great time to cop a bargain. The company have recently upgraded their Kickr turbo trainer, Kickr exercise bike and Elemnt Roam, leaving the older models at hugely discounted prices. 

Below are some of the best deals, including 47% off a V1 Kickr Bike in the US and 37% off a V1 Elemnt Roam bundle in the UK. 

We've also compiled all the best Cyber Monday deals from across bikes, tech and clothing into one easy-to-access place. Check it out to see how you can enjoy big savings on much-needed gear this weekend. 

Quick discounts links

Wahoo Kickr V5 (opens in new tab)

Buy the Wahoo Kickr V5 from Wahoo

The V5 indoor trainer was one of the best models on the market and the latest V6 trainer is, in many ways, just an iterative update. You might want to consider how the Wahoo Kickr V5 (opens in new tab) stacks up against its arch rival, the Tacx Neo 2T (opens in new tab) before buying, to ensure you're getting the right model for you. You can check out our full smart trainer buying guide (opens in new tab) here.

US: Was $1,199.99 now $799.99 (save 33%) (opens in new tab)

UK: Was £999.99 now £699.99 (opens in new tab)

launch story and how the two bikes compare (opens in new tab)

Buy the Wahoo Kickr Bike V1 from Wahoo

Similar to the indoor trainers, Wahoo's first Kickr bike was one of the very best on the market – and the latest update isn't so radically different from the previous generation. You can read our launch story and how the two bikes compare (opens in new tab) here, or our guide to the best smart bikes (opens in new tab) over here.

US: Was $3,799.99 now $1,999.99 (save 47%) (opens in new tab)

UK: Was £3,199.99 now £1,999.99
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really liked the Roam when we reviewed it (opens in new tab)

Buy the Wahoo Elemnt Roam V1 from Wahoo

We really liked the Roam when we reviewed it (opens in new tab) and, although it has since been surpassed, it is still a solid head unit that will cover most people's needs – and at highly impressive price right now 

US: Was $379.99 now $199.99 (save 47%) (opens in new tab)

UK: Was £299.99 now £199.99 (opens in new tab)

Wahoo Kickr V5 smart trainer

Wahoo Kickr V6 and Bike V2

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The Wahoo Kickr is still one of the best smart turbo trainers over ten years after it was originally launched. 

The fact that we're now onto Version 6 shows how Wahoo has been incrementally upgrading the Kickr over that time. The changes from the Wahoo Kickr V5 are relatively modest though, making the current discount on the V5 a tempting option.

Go for the V5 and you still get calibration-free +/-1% power accuracy, the ability to simulate climbs up to 20% and up to 2200 watts resistance, along with 5 degrees of side-to-side movement via Kickr Action Feet and the option to hook up to the Kickr Climb and Kickr Headwind.

The newer Kickr V6 has built-in wifi, whereas the V5 has Bluetooth and ANT+ connectivity only, so your internet connection had to go through a head unit like the Wahoo Elemnt Roam, a smartphone, a tablet, a computer or a Direct Connect dongle. That doesn't materially affect the V5's performance relative to the V6 though.

Other than that, the V6 is designed so that if you pause during a workout it will increase the resistance gradually, whereas the V5 starts you again at full resistance level. There's also a new built-in odometer with V6.

For the user, we reckon those changes are nice-to-haves rather than deal breakers, so if you're looking for a new smart turbo trainer, a third off the Kickr V5 in the US and over a quarter off in the UK seem like deals worth snapping up.

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Buy the Wahoo Kickr V5 from Wahoo

US: Was $1,199.99 now $799.99 (save 33%) (opens in new tab)

UK: Was £999.99 now £699.99 (opens in new tab)

Wahoo Kickr Bike 1.0 smart bike

Wahoo Kickr V6 and Bike V2

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The savings on the previous model Wahoo Kickr Bike are even more dramatic than on the Kickr. If you've got the space for one of the best exercise bikes, it's way up there, with features like the ability to tilt to simulate gradients and easy adjustability. It borrows plenty of its features from the Kickr trainer like its large flywheel and you can set up the shifters and gear ratios to simulate your outdoor bike.

Once again, the upgrades from the older Kickr Bike 1.0 to the new Kickr Bike 2.0 are relatively modest, with wifi connectivity the main one, along with a Direct Connect port, Easyramp and an odometer. Oh, and max resistance is upped from 2200W to 2500W - useful if you've got the legs of a pro sprinter.

launch story and how the two bikes compare (opens in new tab)

Buy the Wahoo Kickr Bike V1 from Wahoo

Similar to the indoor trainers, Wahoo's first Kickr bike was one of the very best on the market – and the latest update isn't so radically different from the previous generation. You can read our launch story and how the two bikes compare (opens in new tab) here, or our guide to the best smart bikes (opens in new tab) over here.

US: Was $3,799.99 now $1,999.99 (save 47%) (opens in new tab)

UK: Was £3,199.99 now £1,999.99
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Wahoo Elemnt Roam V1 bike computer

Wahoo Elemnt Roam

(Image credit: Future)

The Wahoo Elemnt Roam has also had an upgrade in October this year. On the outside, the new model looks almost identical. We rated the V1 Wahoo Elemnt Roam one of the best cycling computers available when we reviewed it, so again a hefty discount makes it a great option to scoop up while it's available.

Although they look almost the same, the newer Roam has a lot more memory at 32GB against 4GB. There's also a 64-colour screen as against 8-colours, although Wahoo hasn't really upgraded the colour usage much from the V1. There are some neat new features as well, like the ability to broadcast a route to other Wahoo users.

But again, we reckon that with the available Cyber Monday discount, which gives you a price similar to the full RRP of many entry level computers, it's well worth looking at the older model.

There's even more of a reduction on the Wahoo Elemnt Roam bundled with a Tickr heart rate monitor, a speed and a cadence sensor for a complete set-up.

really liked the Roam when we reviewed it (opens in new tab)

Buy the Wahoo Elemnt Roam V1 from Wahoo

We really liked the Roam when we reviewed it (opens in new tab) and, although it has since been surpassed, it is still a solid head unit that will cover most people's needs – and at highly impressive price right now 

US: Was $379.99 now $199.99 (save 47%) (opens in new tab)

UK: Was £299.99 now £199.99 (opens in new tab)

US: Was $499.97 now $249.99 (save 47%) (opens in new tab)

Buy the Wahoo Elemnt Roam V1 bundle from Wahoo

If you don't already have all the sensors you need knocking about, this is a good way of picking them up on the cheap!

US: Was $499.97 now $249.99 (save 47%) (opens in new tab)

UK: Was £394.97 now £249.98
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