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Wattbike Studio doubles usage at Holme Pierrepont, home of the National Water Sports Centre

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Wattbike Studio doubles usage at Holme Pierrepont, home of the National Water Sports Centre

Holme Pierrepont Country Park opened its Wattbike indoor cycling studio in September
Wattbike Studio doubles usage at Holme Pierrepont, home of the National Water Sports Centre

Since installing the new Wattbike indoor cycling studio in September, Holme Pierrepont Country Park, a Serco Leisure site that is home of the National Water Sports Centre, has seen a significant increase in cycle studio usage.

Previously, the traditional group cycling classes had a 40-50 per cent occupancy rate. With this studio repurposed as a Wattbike studio, including full graphics and Wattbike branding as well as a big screen for interactive classes, the occupancy has now grown over 70 per cent usage.

Jack Garner, contract manager at Holme Pierrepont Country Park, comments: “Usage and footfall has noticeably increased since launching the Wattbike studio, with nine new members signing up on the back of our launch event. We are proud to be one of the UK's National Sports Centres, with elite partners, while also accommodating the regular gym users. Therefore we needed something that would appeal to every customer from National Governing Bodies, the English Institute of Sport and also the local community of Nottinghamshire.”

“The technology in the product has the ability to offer a world class environment which will achieve many of the Centre's strategic aims whilst also increasing the activity and training of the local cycling community.”

Simon Overing, sales director at Wattbike, adds: “Installing the Wattbike studio at Holme Pierre Country Club has made a real impact on their cycling studio usage. This demonstrates how Wattbike can help you make a real, lasting and trackable change to your business.”

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