Sunny Health & Fitness Indoor Cycling Bike – Product Review Video
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David Sweet says
Which model is this?
Janesa Johnson says
Sunny Health Fitness Deluxe Indoor Cycling Bike
Brian Farnsworth says
Would this bike be ok for people that are 5 foot tall. Also I heard the
handle bars have too much side play is this true.
I may be hearing him wrong but, seven seconds in did I hear him say it
would “provide a fun and INconvenient” workout?! Where did all the world’s
Do you want to increase sales of exercise bikes? Then find a way to get
ahead of your competitors by doing this: Implement a full 360-degree movie
player on the bike that allows Oculus Rift and other VR headsets to plug
into it. As you pedal the bike up to speed, the video plays at whatever
speed your wheels are turning at. If you stop pedaling, it keeps coasting
as a normal bike would do for a few seconds and slows down to a stop.
Amidst the video footage playing as you pedal, you can turn your head and
take in the sights and sounds of the beautiful environment you’re riding
through. If you do this, and do it first, using the latest 360-degree
camera rigs available already on the market, and you somehow build a movie
player that’s sort of a mini-computer, that fits onto the bike, and then
let people plug in their VR headsets to experience the full-motion
head-tracked stereoscopic environments, your bikes will fly out the door
faster than you can possibly stock them. I guarantee it.
VR is the gateway to a whole new emerging market place, and anything tied
to it will now see revenue production like in no other area. Imagine you
give people the ability for a small fee to purchase additional environments
to ride in, they can download the files onto their USB sticks and upload
them to your video playing solution. You could let them ride in Arkansas
during the Autumn change, the beautiful back countries, places they
couldn’t ride like Alaska during the setting sun or Aurora Borealis show at
twilight. They could ride in Colorado along death-defying cliffs in Fruita
through arches and rugged terrain. Of course, you’d have to have people
out riding these trails and creating these videos, but imagine how pumped
up people would be to ride your bikes every day if every day they could
ride in a new place. Don their visors, look around at the sights as they
rode. The files would be pretty big, so your player would need at least 1
TB to save the videos for a while, etc… Each movie might take up 100-200
GB. We could ride through Paris, France, or Yellowstone Park. There are
even computer-controlled fans out now that blow air at the gamer (in your
case, rider) to simulate wind flow. You’d need to add such accessories
into your VR Bike Kit solution so that the whole experience was captured.
You get on the bike, you start riding, and you feel the wind blow,
sometimes in gusts, sometimes gently, and with at least two fans, you can
get cross gusts occasionally depending on if you’re riding on the side of a
cliff somewhere, etc… Please past this comment on all exercise bike
videos you have, and you will see the support for the idea yourselves and
know that this is a game changer for you.
Sincerely — MegalithicBrain.