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Old 04-28-14, 05:52 PM   #1
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CycleOps Power Beam Pro VS Wahoo Fitness Kickr Power Trainer

So I am trying to decide between from what I can tell, these being the two best Trainers out there, which will give me the best results and "bang for your buck".

From what it seems from Hardware Design, to Max resistance, the Wahoo Fitness Kickr may be the clear winner.

Does anyone know why CycleOps refers to the Max Wattage Resistance Capability as 1000+ Watts and not an actual number like Wahoo states 2000 Watts or what the Cycleops is actually capable of?

(Most of my working knowledge is stemming from DC Rainmakers' comparison of the trainers as well as other high end models.)

Is there any reason I should consider the Power Beam Pro over Wahoo? Or if you have any thing to state that may be note worthy, feel free.
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