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Bike-O-Vision Cycling DVD Video #21 Washington Cascades

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Product Description

On this ride you'll travel some of the lesser known corners of mid-Washington State's Cascade Mountain range. You'll see that some of the prettiest scenery in the U.S. is not just in parks but sometimes unexpectedly just around the next bend. This new virtual journey includes the longest hill climb in the series to date: a 60-minute ascent to the top of Chinook pass. To get there, you'll ride through a canyon along the churning Naches river, up through high spring meadows, further up through alpine peaks past trickling melting snow caps and finally pause to take in the breathtaking valley below, only to shoot down the other side with awesome vistas of Mt. Rainier and beyond.

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Enhance your indoor cycling workouts with our exciting down-the-road cycling videos in places throughout the US, Europe, Caribbean, Mexico, and British Columbia and stay cycling fit all year long. Simply pop a Bike-O-Vision cycling dvd into your TV or large screen player, put your stationary bike in front and you're on the road for a bike's-eye virtual journey. Produced in both DVD and Blu Ray formats. Start a collection of these journeys and you will never be bored with your daily cycling workout again! For more information about our cycling dvds and Blu-rays, to see previews of cycling videos, or get multi-dvd discounts, please visit our store at

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  • Actors: none
  • Directors: North Bay Productions
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: North Bay Productions
  • DVD Release Date: June 9, 2009
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002CXJI4W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,218 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I have most of the Bike-O-Vision Cycling DVDs and I can usually do them without wanting to give up, but this one almost got the best of me.

We started innocently enough going through winding streets of a sleepy little mountain village with what looked like little chalets dotted along the road. That seems like a L-O-N-G time ago now. It surely couldn't have been just 74 minutes, but that's what I read on the case.

We move on to a steeper grade. The scenery is SPECTACULAR, no, MAGNIFICENT! Anyway, I didn't want to take my eyes off of it, so that part was easy. At one point we go through an area where a farmer is working on his land, which is surrounded by rather ordinary hills in the background and we travel though some rather ordinary territory for a while before getting back to the outrageously beautiful scenery again.

At the end I thought maybe I had accidentally put the DVD in an endless loop and I was going around in circles. Wait a minute. I couldn't have because I don't remember seeing that waterfall. I know I didn't see all that snow. Okay, I'll look for the little chalets. If I see them again I'll know I am through for the day, or maybe that antique car. If I see that again, I'll know.

I think the problem was I had been doing the Bike-O-Vision DVDs regularly and was comfortable doing them, but got busy with my work and took a month or so off. The pounds started packing back on and I got out of shape! I had no idea how I had built up strength and stamina while I was doing these DVDs and some others that are another brand that I also enjoy.

Finally, a graphic came on the screen that said, "Mt. Ranier" and I knew we were finished. WRONG!!! It didn't stop there. Another segment started around the lake.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By BigDude on June 10, 2011
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I set my 37" HDTV right in front of my exercise bike and the DVD takes me right to the Washington Cascade Mountains. Makes working out fun, especially on those frigid Winter days when you don't want anything to do with the outdoors.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Sisler on January 19, 2012
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I didn't give this DVD 5 stars only because I was disappointed the time length of each ride wasn't designated somewhere in the menu, or before beginning,except for the 63 minute Chinook climb,which I haven't done yet. Granted, I can figure out how much time each shorter ride is by using the timer on my bike, or a watch, but I think the makers of the DVD should have included the times of the shorter rides as well.Other than that, I was impressed with the video's gorgeous scenery of mountains,rivers,water falls and forests. My mind was tricked into thinking I was riding along the Cascade mountain roads which did make my ride less tedious. Currently starting with 30 minute rides which I was able to complete with two of the segments. I'm a 50 yo female whose intention is to get back some stamina and strength that I lost over the past four years do to some health issues. I've always been more of a bike rider and outdoor walker, than a runner, or treadmill user. I was pleased to have found a video to accommodate my choice of exercise when the winter stepped in to slow down my walking routine. Planning to purchase a couple different rides in the future.
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