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Velocomp's iBike Powerhouse is an intelligent companion for all of your cycling exercises

Velocomp's iBike Powerhouse is an intelligent companion for all of your cycling exercises
No doubt, there are plenty of people around the world that are trying dearly in keeping their New Year’s resolutions, like keeping fit and staying active, but as we’ve seen, there are plenty of gadgets that try to keep your motivation up.

Perhaps, if you happen to be a cycling enthusiast, you’ll probably be enticed by Velocomp’s upcoming iBike Powerhouse. At its core, it’s essentially a shock-resistant case that’s attached to a bike using a universal mounting system. Beyond that, it’s referred to as an intelligent cycling computer that automatically adjusts to your exercise goals. Actually, the iBike Powerhouse was designed in collaboration with cycling coach Hunter Allen, and works with an iPhone or iPod Touch.

Now what’s unique about it is the various goal-based plans offered with the accompanying app, where users can choose workouts that include iSlim, Express Fitness, Brazilian Butt, Kid Fit, Weekend Warrior, Zero to 50 miles in Three Weeks, and Healthy Heart. And if that’s not enough for your regimen, there’s always the additional in-app trainings that you can purchase to lengthen your routine.

Scheduled to be unveiled at this year’s CES event, the iBike Powerhouse is slated to retail for $269. Yes, it might seem steep on paper, but we’re sure there are going to be some exercise buffs that might find the entire thing engaging. Hey, it’ll help you out in keeping your resolution too!

source: Velocomp via Engadget

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