The on-screen bike routes stimulate recognition and provide a distraction, so that people cycle longer and are relaxed while improving their health. That’s how Bike Labyrinth improves quality of life.
Because Bike Labyrinth can be used independently, users don’t require constant supervision while cycling. That gives users a higher sense of autonomy and simplifies your and your staff’s job.
Bike Labyrinth can be connected to any hometrainer or exercise machine, e.g., a THERA-Trainer, MOTOmed, or another pedal exerciser.
The realistic cycling experience with first-rate visuals encourages people to keep moving longer.
Bike Labyrinth is a system that allows people to take interactive bike tours through cities and nature reserves at home and abroad. The screen on which the cycling routes are displayed is connected to a hometrainer or other exercise machine. When the cyclist stops pedaling, the bike route on the screen pauses too. The 'footage’ is lifelike and realistic, and at pivotal moments, the cyclist decides which way they’ll go. The result is a unique experience. Bike Labyrinth makes routine exercise easy and relaxed – and it helps bring the feel of the outdoors in.
That depends. Most routes are between 15 and 20 minutes, but longer tours are also available. Plus, if you come to the end of a route, you can always start a new one. And you can also switch tours midway.
Absolutely! Bike Labyrinth has an option that allows residents to bike on their own. Naturally, that depends on the resident, but in general – yes! However, Bike Labyrinth also makes for a great icebreaker, a fun way to kickstart a conversation.
Filming a unique route doesn’t have to be complicated, but good preparation is half the battle. Read our article on how to film your routes to ensure you get it right.