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Under 2 minutes to Kipling & the Gardiner. Terrific access from High Park, Bloor West, The Kingsway, and Etobicoke, and commuters from Oakville & Mississauga.
On site: showers and towels, bike storage, and abundant free parking.

Online: program available for the at-home user.
A variety of class times throughout the week to suit your busy schedule.

Online HomeCycling available 24/7.
All riding is done on your own bike, using the industry's most robust indoor bike trainer: CompuTrainer.
Led by instructors who care about your performance, and who are competitive athletes themselves.
Your fitness is assessed and individual training zones determined for use in your WattsUp Cycling classes.

Dear WattsUp: Let me start by saying a huge THANKS! Over the past 11 months I have become so much stronger on my bike, more importantly, so much stronger in confidence! Everybody at WattsUp has been such amazing coaches - positive, insightful and always encouraging me to be the best I can be on that day. The workouts are structured with a specific objective which means each workout builds on the previous one - AMAZING.

This year for the first time ever I started the outdoor season feeling so very strong. I was ready for my goal triathlon and as a result finished the event with a huge smile on my face - happy with each km I rode. The brick workouts we did definitely added to both my fitness level AND my mindset for the event. I am so excited to be starting the program this month. It's challenging, motivating and actually in a crazy kind of way - lots of fun. You guys are amazing - THANKS!

At age 49, I have a lot of experience with being "off the back" and getting dropped on the hills. My goal this year was to get dropped less in general, and to eventually ride confidently with the 26-28 km/h group with my club, and also to hopefully improve on my time at the Subaru Centurion C50 ride in September (2016).

I have done spinning classes in the past and have also been exposed to power-based training. I wanted to take the next step in commitment to becoming a better bike rider. So I thought structured weekly training at WattsUp would be a perfect fit. When I walked in to my first weekly training session at Halloween (2015), I thought to myself, "this year is going to be different, my season starts now." Entry into the program started with my first ever lactate threshold test which objectively established my power zones, providing me a starting point for my very first class.

After a winter of consistent indoor training at WattsUp, I did, in fact, move up to the new group on club rides this summer. And in the Centurion C50, despite a very rainy day, I improved my time by 18:07 over my previous best! My average speed went from 26.4 to 29.2 km/h! I moved up 17 percentile points in the overall category, even though I was now racing with an extra 294 racers who normally do the C100. (The C100 was cancelled due to weather conditions.) I'm extremely pleased with seeing an improvement. The work continues, however I am very impressed that training actually worked for me at my age. WattsUp was the difference.

I joined Watts Up in November 2015 with the intention of maintaining my cycling fitness over the winter. I had never been on a CompuTrainer and was interested in trying it. After having my initial test/assessment, I had my own level of fitness to work with and improve on. I really enjoyed the classes, even as they grew harder over the winter. I grew stronger. It was also very motivating to ride with a group. By the time spring arrived I was in the best shape ever! I highly recommend WattsUp, there is lots of support and information available for new cyclists. Thank you WattsUp! I'll be back this winter!!!

I have always liked to ride my bike but often found myself struggling to keep up with other cyclists in my group, after committing to the WattsUp program...I LOVE to ride my bike. I am now able to ride with poise and confidence in any group I choose. The team at WattsUp are professionals in every sense and have helped me to discover what it really means to be a cyclist.

I starting riding at WattsUp last year as part of the Toronto Triathlon Club and it was an incredible experience. I couldn't have made it through not only through my first race but others since, without having been part the classes and learning so much from Kevin, who was so patient with me, preparing me for my first triathlon season.