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Cycling: Cycle revolution

A new age of indoor cycling is upon us, characterised by a more diverse range of bikes and consumers. Steph Eaves breaks down the options in this two-part series

By Steph Eaves, Health Club Management and Sports Management | Published in Health Club Management 2018 issue 8
Indoor cycling is entering a new phase of growth and innovation. Photo: Les Mills
Indoor cycling is entering a new phase of growth and innovation. Photo: Les Mills
Leaderboard technology and other metrics displayed during classes are bringing an element of gamification and competitiveness to indoor cycling - Steve Carter, Precor UK

Indoor bikes have always been a gym staple, and this shows no signs of changing. But the way people use bikes is changing, along with the expectations they have for them.

"Indoor cycling, after going through years of 'sameness', due to customers not being prepared to invest in the right bikes and a lack of imagination on the part of those delivering classes, is now developing breadth and depth at an amazing rate," says Duncan Black from Core Health and Fitness.

"There are now so many different options, from the 'rock star' instructor-led classes, to the gamified group display options, to sport-based training with multiple metrics," he continues. "I believe this is only the beginning of a new wave of training options that will drive a growth in popularity for indoor cycling that we've never seen before."

Serious cycling
The trend for training like an athlete has indeed taken off in a big way, taking the indoor cycling industry in some completely new directions.

"Indoor cycling has seen a shift," agrees Wattbike's Richard Baker. "It's more about sport-specific training, fitness goals and accurately testing, tracking and measuring performance. This has enticed a whole new consumer into the gym."

High expectations
While sport-specific training might not be for everyone, gym-goers, in general, are becoming more savvy in terms of the features they expect on a bike.

Precor UK's Steve Carter says: "Leaderboard technology and other metrics that can be displayed during classes are increasingly bringing an element of gamification and competitiveness to indoor cycling."

Along with this extra level of competition, consumers can now expect classes that are both entertaining and inspiring. "The instructor is key to the experience," explains master trainer Matt Gleed from Matrix UK. "Over the last five years, instructors have become rock star characters, driving the experience of the class. They’re not necessarily from a coaching background but they understand the motivation of calories burned and distances achieved."

Meanwhile, smart bikes are enabling gym-goers to ride virtually with friends and download training plans. "Connectivity is everything," says Baker. "Smart bikes and the desire for connectivity will only increase."

What's clear is that you have a lot of choices to make regarding indoor cycling and to make these decisions easier, we've rounded up all you need to know about the top bikes on the market.

Core Health & Fitness

Schwinn AC Power Indoor Cycle
£1595 + VAT

Duncan Black
Duncan Black

TOP FEATURE: New Schwinn Direct Power
measurement as delivered by 4iiii powermeter.
Accuracy to 1.5 per cent, which Core says is
60 per cent better than the closest competition.

Key features
• The bike has an in-built power generator
• Multi position handlebars have been designed to suit everyone from the beginner to the serious cyclist to ensure comfort at all times
• The bike has an upgraded saddle stem with additional plating to reduce wear and tear and provide a solid feel for the rider
• The bike offers accuracy to 1.5 per cent
• Fully customisable colours, logos, handlebars, dumbbell holders, bodybar holders and bike numbering tags are all available

KEY CLIENTS: Cyclebar and Boomcycle

Duncan Black, UK Sales Manager
"We believe that the Schwinn AC Power Indoor Cycle has the most accurate power measuring strain gauge on the market.

It's popular with riders, due to its ease of set-up and range of user sizes, which means operators are getting a low lifetime-cost product that will delight their customers.

The customisation options now available allow operators to get the bike their customers want – from a brand their customers know and love – but which looks like their own product."

Schwinn AC Power Indoor Cycle
Schwinn AC Power Indoor Cycle

Matrix

Bike: CXP Target Training Cycle
£1,895

Matt Gleed, Matrix UK master trainer
Matt Gleed, Matrix UK master trainer

TOP FEATURE: Targeted training using multiple metrics – watts, calories, heart rate and distance.

Key features
• All metrics can be seen on the home screen to easily keep track of progress
• Matrix Ride programming allows instructors to change the format of the class from classic ride-to-the-beat or calorie burn to a performance stream based on power and watts
• LED wrap lights with three colours to express each rider’s level of effort relative to their personalised metric target
• Wrap-around handlebars prevent console from being knocked and damaged
• Quick and easy to service – one bolt lets you access all major workings of the bike
• Factory calibrated – no recalibration necessary to maintain accurate metrics

KEY CLIENTS: PureGym, The Gym Group, Snap Fitness, Xercise4Less, The Savoy, IHG, Marriot, The University of Bath and The University of Hertfordshire

Matt Gleed, Matrix UK Master Trainer
"Before we designed the new cycle we did an in-depth review of the market and found many other bikes had been designed before the rise of boutiques, when people starting approaching it very differently.

Now, people want to train indoors in much the same way that they would outdoors. They're savvier, they want greater insight into their performance and are more aware of important metrics like FTP (Functional Threshold Power).

As a result, Matrix cycles have been designed to accommodate all riders. The new Training Cycles feature two new FTP tests, along with sub-maximal CV tests, so riders can compare their outdoor training with data from the Matrix bikes.

Matrix cycles are designed to be as close to road bikes as possible, helping people to train like athletes."

Matrix's aim is to enable people to train like athletes
Matrix's aim is to enable people to train like athletes

Keiser

M3i
£1975

Garry Spreadborough, UK Sales Director
Garry Spreadborough, UK Sales Director

TOP FEATURE: On-board computer, which can be synced with the Keiser M Series app.

Key features
• Rust-resistant design with stainless steel hardware and rear flywheel
• Re-designed Keiser bike pedal system
• Quiet and low maintenance belt drive system, eliminating the output of dust and need for lubricant that comes with chain-drive systems
• Magnetic eddy current system
• Lightweight –at 85lbs – and easy to transport
• Bluetooth wireless technology
• Four-way seat and handlebar adjustment

KEY CLIENTS: Everyone Active, Anytime Fitness, Serco Leisure, Pegasus Life, Digme Fitness, Orange Theory, énergie, Google, Exos and Fusion Lifestyle

Garry Spreadborough, UK Sales Director
"Indoor cycling has proven popular for well over a decade now. The increase in the boutique sector has meant that consumers expect first class, reliable and innovative equipment.

Keiser was the first to introduce power, magnetic resistance, a rear flywheel and Bluetooth.

The M3i carries the TUV certification for power production and calibration, making it the perfect bike for power training and functional threshold power testing – users can test on one bike and then train on another M3i bike safe in the knowledge that all bikes are identical."

Keiser's bikes have TUV certification for their calibration
Keiser's bikes have TUV certification for their calibration

Precor

Spinner Chrono
Spinning bike prices start from £899

Steve Carter, Precor UK MD
Steve Carter, Precor UK MD

TOP FEATURE: Direct power measurement at the power source, for accurate performance measurement.

Key features
• A self-powered generator that stores energy and supplies power to the console for up to three minutes after the rider stops pedalling
• A patent-pending magnetic resistance system designed to more evenly apply resistance as the rider adjusts the resistance knobs. This prevents abrupt jumps in resistance
• A Kevlar reinforced timing belt – gives the feel and responsiveness of an outdoor bike
• The direct-wired power sensor eradicates the need for recalibration
• The strain gauge power sensor is bonded directly to the resistance system to measure real wattage, giving high levels of accuracy
• A colour backlit console supports SPINPower programming and is also network-capable, using Bluetooth and ANT+. It features an easy-to-use interface that shows watts, cadence, heart rate, time, distance and also offers ten different interval settings
• The Spinner Chrono has a micro-adjustable fore-aft seat and 5-degree handlebar adjustments

KEY CLIENTS: Anytime Fitness, University of Edinburgh, Salt Ayre Leisure Centre, Jubilee Hall, Astley Sports Village, Egham Leisure Centre, Hutton Moor Leisure Centre

Steve Carter, Precor UK MD
"Precor developed the Spinner Chrono in response to the demand for accuracy.

It provides direct power measurement at the power source, delivering the most accurate way to measure personal performance on an indoor cycle.

Through power-based training programmes, the Spinner Chrono console gives members accurate, consistent measurements of their performance in terms of calorie burn, RPM and distance and improved tracking towards their goals.

This tech also enables clubs to provide accurate weight management packages and tap into a new revenue stream."

The Precor Spinner Chrono
The Precor Spinner Chrono

Wattbike

Wattbike Pro/Trainer
£2250

Richard Baker, 
Wattbike Managing Director
Richard Baker, Wattbike Managing Director

TOP FEATURE: A performance monitor, which enables the accurate measurement of over 40 performance parameters.

Key features
• The bike is engineered to deliver ±2 per cent accuracy across the full power range of 0-3760W
• Offers real ride feel technology that replicates the resistance and sensation of riding on the road
• Analysis tools allow riders to visualise how they apply force through each stroke, allowing technique optimisation
• A combination of air and magnetic resistance is used to deliver smooth, incremental increases
• The bike has a fully customisable ride setup

KEY CLIENTS: Nuffield Health, Everyone Active, David Lloyd, Places for People Leisure and Virgin Active

Richard Baker, Wattbike managing director
"The Wattbike was created in partnership with British Cycling and developed for elite athletes.

It's the first piece of elite equipment made available to the masses, enabling them to train on the exact same equipment as the athletes, rather than a piece of equipment that was simply inspired by elite athletes, but without technical features.

The Wattbike is very versatile and can be used for any need. Whether it’s testing, rehabilitation, HIIT, group exercise or general fitness conditioning.

We build the bikes to be robust, to withstand even the most intense training. And they're self-powered so can be placed anywhere they're needed.

There's evidence to show that having Wattbikes available increases both membership sales and retention."

Wattbike's Pro/Trainer
Wattbike's Pro/Trainer
http://www.leisureopportunities.com/images/36352_242712.jpg
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Cycling: Cycle revolution

A new age of indoor cycling is upon us, characterised by a more diverse range of bikes and consumers. Steph Eaves breaks down the options in this two-part series

By Steph Eaves, Health Club Management and Sports Management | Published in Health Club Management 2018 issue 8
Indoor cycling is entering a new phase of growth and innovation. Photo: Les Mills
Indoor cycling is entering a new phase of growth and innovation. Photo: Les Mills
Leaderboard technology and other metrics displayed during classes are bringing an element of gamification and competitiveness to indoor cycling - Steve Carter, Precor UK

Indoor bikes have always been a gym staple, and this shows no signs of changing. But the way people use bikes is changing, along with the expectations they have for them.

"Indoor cycling, after going through years of 'sameness', due to customers not being prepared to invest in the right bikes and a lack of imagination on the part of those delivering classes, is now developing breadth and depth at an amazing rate," says Duncan Black from Core Health and Fitness.

"There are now so many different options, from the 'rock star' instructor-led classes, to the gamified group display options, to sport-based training with multiple metrics," he continues. "I believe this is only the beginning of a new wave of training options that will drive a growth in popularity for indoor cycling that we've never seen before."

Serious cycling
The trend for training like an athlete has indeed taken off in a big way, taking the indoor cycling industry in some completely new directions.

"Indoor cycling has seen a shift," agrees Wattbike's Richard Baker. "It's more about sport-specific training, fitness goals and accurately testing, tracking and measuring performance. This has enticed a whole new consumer into the gym."

High expectations
While sport-specific training might not be for everyone, gym-goers, in general, are becoming more savvy in terms of the features they expect on a bike.

Precor UK's Steve Carter says: "Leaderboard technology and other metrics that can be displayed during classes are increasingly bringing an element of gamification and competitiveness to indoor cycling."

Along with this extra level of competition, consumers can now expect classes that are both entertaining and inspiring. "The instructor is key to the experience," explains master trainer Matt Gleed from Matrix UK. "Over the last five years, instructors have become rock star characters, driving the experience of the class. They’re not necessarily from a coaching background but they understand the motivation of calories burned and distances achieved."

Meanwhile, smart bikes are enabling gym-goers to ride virtually with friends and download training plans. "Connectivity is everything," says Baker. "Smart bikes and the desire for connectivity will only increase."

What's clear is that you have a lot of choices to make regarding indoor cycling and to make these decisions easier, we've rounded up all you need to know about the top bikes on the market.

Core Health & Fitness

Schwinn AC Power Indoor Cycle
£1595 + VAT

Duncan Black
Duncan Black

TOP FEATURE: New Schwinn Direct Power
measurement as delivered by 4iiii powermeter.
Accuracy to 1.5 per cent, which Core says is
60 per cent better than the closest competition.

Key features
• The bike has an in-built power generator
• Multi position handlebars have been designed to suit everyone from the beginner to the serious cyclist to ensure comfort at all times
• The bike has an upgraded saddle stem with additional plating to reduce wear and tear and provide a solid feel for the rider
• The bike offers accuracy to 1.5 per cent
• Fully customisable colours, logos, handlebars, dumbbell holders, bodybar holders and bike numbering tags are all available

KEY CLIENTS: Cyclebar and Boomcycle

Duncan Black, UK Sales Manager
"We believe that the Schwinn AC Power Indoor Cycle has the most accurate power measuring strain gauge on the market.

It's popular with riders, due to its ease of set-up and range of user sizes, which means operators are getting a low lifetime-cost product that will delight their customers.

The customisation options now available allow operators to get the bike their customers want – from a brand their customers know and love – but which looks like their own product."

Schwinn AC Power Indoor Cycle
Schwinn AC Power Indoor Cycle

Matrix

Bike: CXP Target Training Cycle
£1,895

Matt Gleed, Matrix UK master trainer
Matt Gleed, Matrix UK master trainer

TOP FEATURE: Targeted training using multiple metrics – watts, calories, heart rate and distance.

Key features
• All metrics can be seen on the home screen to easily keep track of progress
• Matrix Ride programming allows instructors to change the format of the class from classic ride-to-the-beat or calorie burn to a performance stream based on power and watts
• LED wrap lights with three colours to express each rider’s level of effort relative to their personalised metric target
• Wrap-around handlebars prevent console from being knocked and damaged
• Quick and easy to service – one bolt lets you access all major workings of the bike
• Factory calibrated – no recalibration necessary to maintain accurate metrics

KEY CLIENTS: PureGym, The Gym Group, Snap Fitness, Xercise4Less, The Savoy, IHG, Marriot, The University of Bath and The University of Hertfordshire

Matt Gleed, Matrix UK Master Trainer
"Before we designed the new cycle we did an in-depth review of the market and found many other bikes had been designed before the rise of boutiques, when people starting approaching it very differently.

Now, people want to train indoors in much the same way that they would outdoors. They're savvier, they want greater insight into their performance and are more aware of important metrics like FTP (Functional Threshold Power).

As a result, Matrix cycles have been designed to accommodate all riders. The new Training Cycles feature two new FTP tests, along with sub-maximal CV tests, so riders can compare their outdoor training with data from the Matrix bikes.

Matrix cycles are designed to be as close to road bikes as possible, helping people to train like athletes."

Matrix's aim is to enable people to train like athletes
Matrix's aim is to enable people to train like athletes

Keiser

M3i
£1975

Garry Spreadborough, UK Sales Director
Garry Spreadborough, UK Sales Director

TOP FEATURE: On-board computer, which can be synced with the Keiser M Series app.

Key features
• Rust-resistant design with stainless steel hardware and rear flywheel
• Re-designed Keiser bike pedal system
• Quiet and low maintenance belt drive system, eliminating the output of dust and need for lubricant that comes with chain-drive systems
• Magnetic eddy current system
• Lightweight –at 85lbs – and easy to transport
• Bluetooth wireless technology
• Four-way seat and handlebar adjustment

KEY CLIENTS: Everyone Active, Anytime Fitness, Serco Leisure, Pegasus Life, Digme Fitness, Orange Theory, énergie, Google, Exos and Fusion Lifestyle

Garry Spreadborough, UK Sales Director
"Indoor cycling has proven popular for well over a decade now. The increase in the boutique sector has meant that consumers expect first class, reliable and innovative equipment.

Keiser was the first to introduce power, magnetic resistance, a rear flywheel and Bluetooth.

The M3i carries the TUV certification for power production and calibration, making it the perfect bike for power training and functional threshold power testing – users can test on one bike and then train on another M3i bike safe in the knowledge that all bikes are identical."

Keiser's bikes have TUV certification for their calibration
Keiser's bikes have TUV certification for their calibration

Precor

Spinner Chrono
Spinning bike prices start from £899

Steve Carter, Precor UK MD
Steve Carter, Precor UK MD

TOP FEATURE: Direct power measurement at the power source, for accurate performance measurement.

Key features
• A self-powered generator that stores energy and supplies power to the console for up to three minutes after the rider stops pedalling
• A patent-pending magnetic resistance system designed to more evenly apply resistance as the rider adjusts the resistance knobs. This prevents abrupt jumps in resistance
• A Kevlar reinforced timing belt – gives the feel and responsiveness of an outdoor bike
• The direct-wired power sensor eradicates the need for recalibration
• The strain gauge power sensor is bonded directly to the resistance system to measure real wattage, giving high levels of accuracy
• A colour backlit console supports SPINPower programming and is also network-capable, using Bluetooth and ANT+. It features an easy-to-use interface that shows watts, cadence, heart rate, time, distance and also offers ten different interval settings
• The Spinner Chrono has a micro-adjustable fore-aft seat and 5-degree handlebar adjustments

KEY CLIENTS: Anytime Fitness, University of Edinburgh, Salt Ayre Leisure Centre, Jubilee Hall, Astley Sports Village, Egham Leisure Centre, Hutton Moor Leisure Centre

Steve Carter, Precor UK MD
"Precor developed the Spinner Chrono in response to the demand for accuracy.

It provides direct power measurement at the power source, delivering the most accurate way to measure personal performance on an indoor cycle.

Through power-based training programmes, the Spinner Chrono console gives members accurate, consistent measurements of their performance in terms of calorie burn, RPM and distance and improved tracking towards their goals.

This tech also enables clubs to provide accurate weight management packages and tap into a new revenue stream."

The Precor Spinner Chrono
The Precor Spinner Chrono

Wattbike

Wattbike Pro/Trainer
£2250

Richard Baker, 
Wattbike Managing Director
Richard Baker, Wattbike Managing Director

TOP FEATURE: A performance monitor, which enables the accurate measurement of over 40 performance parameters.

Key features
• The bike is engineered to deliver ±2 per cent accuracy across the full power range of 0-3760W
• Offers real ride feel technology that replicates the resistance and sensation of riding on the road
• Analysis tools allow riders to visualise how they apply force through each stroke, allowing technique optimisation
• A combination of air and magnetic resistance is used to deliver smooth, incremental increases
• The bike has a fully customisable ride setup

KEY CLIENTS: Nuffield Health, Everyone Active, David Lloyd, Places for People Leisure and Virgin Active

Richard Baker, Wattbike managing director
"The Wattbike was created in partnership with British Cycling and developed for elite athletes.

It's the first piece of elite equipment made available to the masses, enabling them to train on the exact same equipment as the athletes, rather than a piece of equipment that was simply inspired by elite athletes, but without technical features.

The Wattbike is very versatile and can be used for any need. Whether it’s testing, rehabilitation, HIIT, group exercise or general fitness conditioning.

We build the bikes to be robust, to withstand even the most intense training. And they're self-powered so can be placed anywhere they're needed.

There's evidence to show that having Wattbikes available increases both membership sales and retention."

Wattbike's Pro/Trainer
Wattbike's Pro/Trainer
http://www.leisureopportunities.com/images/36352_242712.jpg
Indoor cycling has been around a long time, but new tech and design innovation means this market is white hot. We round up the different models on the market...
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Featured supplier: Myzone vs. wrist trackers
According to ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal, wearables trumped the top spot for trends in 2019. However, the question between Myzone or wrist trackers still stands.
Featured supplier news
Featured supplier: Solent University’s brand new Sports Centre receives high performance flooring and functional rig solutions from EXF
Leading bespoke fitness equipment manufacturer, EXF Fitness has recently completed an installation project at Solent University in Southampton.
Opinion
promotion
Member retention is a growing problem for long-established gym chains, who are battling the growing budget and boutique gym market.
Opinion: Are you trying to beat budget gyms at their own game?
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Nautilus - Glute Drive
Core Health & Fitness
Inspired by the increasing trend of glute exercises seen in various and dangerous executions in the gyms today. Read more
More videos:
Company profiles
Company profile: Merrithew™ - Leaders in Mindful Movement™
Merrithew™ enriches the lives of others with responsible exercise modalities and innovative, multidisciplinary fitness offerings ...
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Company profile: Precor
For more than 35 years, Precor has driven fitness forward. We continue that heritage every ...
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Property & Tenders
Diary dates
23-25 Jul 2019
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Diary dates
05-06 Sep 2019
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Diary dates
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