$225Brand New 21-DVD pack ... plus bonus (regular price- $272)
"Indoor Cycling Was Never This Good Before Bike-O-Vision!"
PLUS a FREE cycling Music CD, 74 min. in length, all instrumental music in many upbeat (130 BPM) styles.
This set includes journeys: #1 European Sampler, #2 Puerto Rico, #3 California Wine Country, #4 California Coast, #5 Yosemite & 49'ers Gold Country, #6 Death Valley & Southern Nevada, #7 Florida, #8 St. Croix USVI, #10 All Across America, #11 Washington State, #12 Oregon, #13 Southern California DVD, #14 Northern California DVD, #15 Grand Canyon & Sedona AZ, #16 Zion Nat. Park & So. Utah, #17 Western Mexico, #18 Victoria & British Columbia, and #19 Hawaii's Big Island, #20 Santa Fe & Northern New Mexico, #21 Washington Cascades, #22 Pennsylvania Dutch Country. DVDs are each 75-82 minutes long with upbeat music and produced between 2005 and 2009 in standard definition video.
Bike-O-Vision's virtual journeys drive your workouts forward using down-the-road scenes. Watching outdoor beauty and the road coming towards you spurs your cycling on for enjoyable exercise. Stay cycling fit all year long!
Easy: Just pop a cycling DVD into your TV or large screen player, put your stationary bike in front, and get "on the road" for a bike's-eye view down locations in Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean or all across America.
Introduced in the Wall Street Journal, Bike-O-Vision's virtual journeys make great gifts because each cycling journey is an individually motivating journey for a cyclist. The rides will take them down highways and byways around the world and they'll always enhance a cyclist's workout. More cycling = greater fun, health and fitness! The gift that keeps on giving.
Cyclists of all ages say they're inspired to exercise more often watching Bike-O-Vision. You get pristine outdoor scenery with no distracting pop-ups, commentaries or riders on-screen to spoil the views ahead. Upbeat instrumental music with every ride.
NOTE: There are two common TV screen shapes that most people will recognize — the squarish shape of conventional TVs, and the widescreen shape of today's flat screen HDTVs. The term used to describe TV screen shape is aspect ratio — conventional TVs have a 4:3 aspect ratio known as "standard screen" or "full screen"; and widescreen, flat panel HDTVs have a 16:9 ratio. Both our full and wide screen dvds display equally well on both TV types.