I was intrigued by the new Evo Indoor Cycle when I saw it at this past IHRSA. The first thing I noticed was there's no big flywheel… and it moves side to side.
Once I discovered that there was an educational component to the Evo, I knew I needed to learn more and share what I've learned with you.
Here's a video that demonstrates how the frame moves very similarly to an outdoor bicycle. I briefly rode an Evo at the show and it's very different from a Real Ryder. It just moves naturally underneath you and doesn't require you to force or man-handle it… it just responds to you.
Jack Nunn is the Master Trainer of TriCore Indoor Cycling and he joins me on this episode of the podcast to give you an initial understanding of the Evo Indoor Cycle, their education program and what they have planned for the future.
John is a member on the AFS (Association of Fitness Studios) Advisory Council.
Holding certifications from; Schwinn, Heart Zones, Team ICG and Life Time Fitness, John's held regularly scheduled cycling classes between 1998 and 2015 when he moved to Florida.
When the weather permits, you'll find him riding and leading outdoor groups by himself or with his Tandem partner (wife) Amy.
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