As a keen indoor cyclist I have only a basic spin bike to use but with the use of wearable sensors for cadence (spin speed rpm( a heart rate monitor (arm band(and use of the www.fitdigits iCardio app I get audio feedback on my workouts.
I am investigating getting a decent smart bike however the accessibility of the screens is always a problem, I have read that Peleton has an accessible screen by the use of talkback and wondering if anyone out there has experience of any other smartbikes that may work well with iPhone or similar.
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Check out Concept2
I have the Concept2 roweERG. Concept2 also makes a flywheel bike. It uses the same IRG app that was redesigned with the assistance of the ACV to be as accessible as possible with voiceover. I can do and access whatever I want with it on my rower and would have to guess it would be the same for the bike. You can also email the company. They are good about responding.
Much appreciated for the info regarding accessible indoor cycling I will investigate.