I wouldn’t sell short just how well the TR workouts operate on a wahoo bolt without modification.
Granted, I usually only take longer SS, threshold and such outside - but even for 1-2 min intervals, it is very doable. The head unit functionality is fantastic… You can pause workout while riding to training ground, pause an interval or recovery if needed, back up to repeat an interval, all with it mapped out on display. LEDs or large text fields give clear quick indication of on target or not with automatic lap average values to track through the interval.
Wahoo has nailed the hardware side of this perfectly IMHO but blew it on leaving the upload job to third parties. TR is ideal candidate to leverage it. On a safe rural road, the compliance is easier to track than a cue sheet, not mentally taxing, etc. It just needs a less klugey loading method than sketching them up in a free training peaks account to load them in.
Until then, I can’t see value add of this over the current best known method of recreating workouts in another software to get them into our head units. Am a bit puzzled by this direction and hope it’s not a sign that the software and hardware companies are not playing well together