Get ready to take your cycling performance to the next level.
Place the Smart Cyclo sensor on your back and capture your cycling position in real-time. Use our platform and app to analyze and improve your cycling position. Suitable for indoor and outdoor rides.
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Available in November 2023.
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Yes, it can be used both indoors and outdoors.
When used outdoors it can track body posture, location, speed, distance, power, heart rate, cadence, balance, inclination, and provides data and statistics about cycling position and how it affects the athlete’s performance.
When the Smart Cyclo app is used indoors, the app also calculates the instant speed based on the captured body posture and its CdA, the height and the weight of the cyclist and the weight of the bike.
The first version will be available in the summer of 2023.
Smart Cyclo can be used by any cyclist and triathlete. Especially for the athletes that want to monitor, analyse and correct their body posture on the bike Smart Cyclo is the right solution.
Smart Cyclo focuses on the key element of cycling performance and velocity, the cycling posture. The wearable sensors of Smart Cyclo track the posture in real-time, while the app analyzes the various positions and conducts comprehensive data analysis. This provides valuable insights into how different postures impact cycling variables such as power, heart rate, cadence, and ultimately speed.
You can download the app on Google Play and App Store
Smart Cyclo was designed and developed to be used by all level beginners and elite athletes. Beginners have a lot to gain from the platform, which aims to help them correct their cycling posture and decrease air drag coefficient. The elite cyclists may work on fine adjustments on their body posture during their training and race, a winning-race factor.
Coaches can use the Smart Cyclo platform to provide training plans to Smart Cyclo athletes, monitor their progress and give them feedback either on their performance or on certain cycling variables such as their body posture on certain circumstances or on specific segments of the road.