Wahoo Bicycle Monitors Reviewed

What We Have Covered

Calling all Wahooligans! Wahoo Fitness is a leader in sports fitness technology. Founded in 2009 by Chip Hawkins, the company specializes in equipment that takes fitness to the next level. From cycling to running and monitors to sensors, Wahoo products appeal to athletes at all levels.

The headquarters is based in an unassuming building outside of Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. And as of 2014, Wahoo had an intimate staff of 35 employees, and most of them are competitive athletes themselves.Popularity and demand may see an expansion in the ranks soon.

The employees are definitely hands-on in many design and research elements of the products. But the production magic actually happens in Taiwan for the majority of the company’s products.

Wahoo BlueSc

Wahoo Fitness Blue SC Speed, Distance and Cadence with FREE Apps

When you want to measure your pedal cadence and cycle speed, you may want to go with a Wahoo BlueSc sensor. Use it with your smartphone or your Garmin Edge via ANT+ technology. It’s weatherproof, low-drag, and fits most bikes. And it’s a great option for anyone who trains indoors on a turbo trainer or rollers.

Wahoo Fitness RFLKT

Wahoo Fitness RFLKT Review

The Fitness RFLKT and your smartphone work together to turn into a bike computer powerhouse. The device takes GPS information from your phone while it’s safely tucked away in your pocket.

In turn, you can use the RFLKT to control your cycling app, timer, and data screens. You can even control your music playback from this little device. No, it isn’t a bike computer. But it sure acts like one.

Andrew Wyatt

Andrew Wyatt

Andrew Wyatt from Texas has been the best-selling author in 2014. He was the most appreciated writer in 2015. Different organizations have honored him with different awards and memberships as well. He is a tech shop owner and completed graduation in Electrical Engineering.

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