Newport Beach, California (PRWEB)
September 19, 2017
Introducing VirchyBike LITE, the revolutionary indoor bike with integrated virtual reality riding, digital cycling classes, and a personalized workout management system. VirchyBike LITE is designed for households and is accompanied by sleek AI-powered software.
“Indoor cycling is one of the most popular cardio exercises, so there are many indoor bikes in the market. However, many are expensive and ineffective at motivating users to work out consistently. We believe that indoor bikes should promote fun and dynamic exercise,” says Founder and CEO, Jaehyun Shin, who has a passion for fitness technology. “With VirchyBike, we strive to maximize the indoor cycling experience.”
The VirchyBike LITE bike connects to the mobile application through Bluetooth and has a number of advanced features. In comparison to the monotonic exercise of typical indoor bikes, the VirchyBike software offers riding course videos that feature roads from all around the world and seamlessly sync with the user’s pedaling speed, resistance and gear switches. Users can also choose to purchase an accompanying fan as a virtual wind system that makes the riding experience increasingly realistic.
Through accurate physical fitness tracking, real-time AI coaching and personal physical tests, VirchyBike LITE caters specifically to individual fitness levels and workout patterns. The software accurately tracks workout data and then schedules, suggests and manages the services and programs based on the user’s workout preferences and history. Virchybike LITE can also be adjusted both horizontally and vertically to fit a wide range of body types and riding styles.
With the Virchy Studio, users can take virtual cycling classes with a wide array of instructors. The application’s auto-resistance control allows resistance on the bike to change according to their instructors’ orders, and riders can compare their performance with instructors through figures shown on the screen. Additionally, VirchyBike LITE users have access to RORA, a virtual reality racing game that provides an immersive riding experience through a head-mounted display.