A new breed of indoor bike-sharing gadgets are now being touted as a household gadget, with a new generation of indoor trainers now on the market.
Indoor bike trainers are devices designed to increase indoor fitness.
But they are also designed to allow people to exercise indoors in places like homes, restaurants and bars, while also allowing them to stay active on the go, and while being able to control their device remotely, according to a press release from Outdoor Technology.
Indoor bikes, as they’re called, can be installed on a person’s wall or ceiling, but not attached to a wall or roof.
They are also much more flexible than indoor bike shoes, and can be used for outdoor activities such as climbing, skiing, running and even cycling.
The most common indoor bike models, such as the CycleMaster or the CycleRite, are designed to provide a constant motion source, but also to help people stay in shape.
They can be set up with a treadmill, elliptical trainer, running track or even a heated swimming pool.
The more people who own and use them, the more people they will help to build up their outdoor fitness.
“We are really seeing a revolution in the outdoor bike industry and in the indoor industry as a whole,” said Mike Fosse, director of technology and products at Outdoor Technology, a San Francisco-based manufacturer of indoor bikes and other outdoor gadgets.
“There is no question that we are seeing a lot of innovation from a very, very early stage.
There’s no doubt that this is a very exciting time for indoor bike development.
It is also a very important time for the indoor market.”
A recent survey from Outdoor Tech found that more than a third of Americans said they would consider buying an indoor bike if they could.
A lot of the technology, including fitness trackers, are aimed at helping people keep fit, but are also becoming a household device for some.
“The trend is going to be for people to take it to their home and use it there, and the number of devices is going up exponentially,” Fossey said.
The popularity of indoor cycling is a result of the increased interest in exercise, which has become a major public health concern.
In addition to the potential benefits, indoor bikes also are a great way to improve fitness and make people feel more at ease, Fosseys said.
“It’s a way to build fitness and keep it going, so you can’t get rid of it.
It’s just a nice way to exercise,” he said.
People have also started to realize that the benefits of exercising indoors are far-reaching.
According to a 2016 study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, indoor cycling has helped to reduce the incidence of the common cold by 45%.
The researchers also found that indoor cyclists also reduced the number and severity of injuries related to the common illness, which resulted in up to a 10% reduction in hospitalizations.
Despite all these benefits, however, the devices are still a relatively new trend.
One of the biggest hurdles to indoor cycling adoption has been the lack of clear guidance on how to get the most out of them, according to Fossels.
“Indoor cycling is really a new technology,” he explained.
“We’ve been doing indoor biking for about two decades.
It has been very challenging to get it to market.
So, we’ve been working on that for a very long time.”
The indoor bikes currently on the marketplace are typically sold in large, brightly lit, indoor markets, where they are used to encourage people to get out and exercise.
In addition, the manufacturers of indoor bicycles have to contend with a number of legal and regulatory issues.
For instance, a manufacturer of an indoor trainer must register with the US Food and Drug Administration and have its products labeled as safe for use in indoor environments.
And there are strict rules about where indoor bikes can be sold, whether they’re used in residential areas, and even what they can and cannot do in public spaces.
Fosse said that as the indoor cycling industry continues to grow, there is a need for clearer regulations.
“What we’re trying to do is get the indoor bike industry more regulated,” he said.
It’s clear that indoor bikes are getting more popular.
As the number grows, so does demand, as more people want to be active outside.
Fossey is optimistic about the future of indoor biking.
We are in a great position now because of all the things that are happening around indoor cycling, he said, adding that the technology is still young, and he hopes the indoor bikes market will continue to grow.