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Question for a Kickr Snap Rider

Old 10-28-16, 05:02 AM
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Question for a Kickr Snap Rider

I'm looking at picking up a Kickr Snap; I'm sure it is capable of alot more watts than I am. My question is What is the full range of power settings that you have seen? I will be using it with my single speed and I want to be sure that is has a very easy setting for recovery periods between intervals. Thanks!
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It has more than enough resistance than you'll ever need. Short of being a very powerful world class sprinter, it will handle anything you throw at it.

It is an electronic trainer. You can adjust however much or little resistance you want.
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