Training and exercise using the same bike?

One feature that really distinguishes Allerbi from other indoor bikes is its capability for both training and exercising. That sounds easy but is never easy. Why?
To clarify, the training here refers to serious cycling training targeting speed, distance and race, etc., so its intensity is at much higher level.
As the purposes are different, training and exercising have different requirement on a bike.
* Training is mostly around power if not all, it needs highly accurate data and better road simulation for analysis and training plan, especially for race preparation.
* Excising, for most people, is about calories and the motivation to ride often and long, the accuracy and amount of riding data is not as important.
The different requirements leads to challenges on resistance generation and control, data collection and information display among many other things.
Relying on hardware and software, Allerbi has met the challenge!
From hardware point of view, here are some key points:
* Removal of the heavy flywheel
* Implementation of freewheel
* New patent-pending computer controlled resistance device
* Addition of virtual shift, brake and sensor
* Separation of control monitor and display screen
* Fully adjustable bike geometry
We have a blog specifically on hardware, you can have a look at here.
As for software, all we can tell is that Allerbi has several million lines of computer code running at back end. We also have blog on core program and user interface, you can have a look at here and here.
The bottom line, Allerbi can handle both training and exercise, it really makes one bike for whole family become possible.

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