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Cyberbike Magnetic Edition


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  • Adjustable resistance - Makes it easy to find an intensity level for effective exercise at any stage of fitness.
  • Adjustable handle bars and seat - For customized use.
  • Connects to the GameCube port on a Nintendo Wii (not included) - For taking your workout to the next level. Compatible with most GameCube games, including Mario Kart.
  • Includes Wii exercise game - With 3 modes (story, fitness and multiplayer) to make exercising fun.
  • A high replay value in the fitness and multiplayer modes means hours of fun and fitness for all members of the family.


Product Description

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Take your workout to a new level with this Big Ben Magnetic Edition Cyberbike that includes a Wii exercise game to make exercising fun. The adjustable resistance makes it easy to find an intensity level for effective exercise.

Cyberbike Magentic Edition
Use a real tension controlled cycle
Use a real tension controlled cycle
Cycle through adventure
Cycle through adventure
Play through three game modes
Play through three game modes

Synopsis

Cyberbike Cycling Sports is the first video game to utilize the Cyberbike Magnetic Edition, an original stationary bike peripheral designed exclusively for the Nintendo Wii. The game and accessory, which utilizes a tension-controlled knob with magnetic resistance, is suitable for all fitness levels. The game and high-quality bicycle accessory will launch in the United States this summer. With three different modes – story, fitness and multiplayer – Cyberbike Cycling Sports has an environmentally conscious theme, challenging players to pedal to clean up planet Cyclo. Players will pilot four different modified bicycles – a bicycle, submarine, wagon and helicopter – to rid planet Cyclo of pollution that threatens its demise. On the ground, in the air, or underwater, three game modes (story, fitness, or multiplayer) allow the entire family to get fit while having fun.


What's Included:

  • Big Ben Magnetic Edition Cyberbike
  • Wii exercise game
  • Assembly tool
  • Owner's manual

Key Features:

  • Adjustable resistance - Makes it easy to find an intensity level for effective exercise at any stage of fitness.
  • Adjustable handle bars and seat - For customized use.
  • Connects to the GameCube port on a Nintendo Wii (not included) - For taking your workout to the next level. Compatible with most GameCube games, including Mario Kart.
  • Includes Wii exercise game - With 3 modes (story, fitness and multiplayer) to make exercising fun.

Product Description

Cyberbike Cycling Sports is the first video game to utilize the Cyberbike Magnetic Edition, an original stationary bike peripheral designed exclusively for the Nintendo Wii. The game and accessory, which utilizes a tension-controlled knob with magnetic resistance, is suitable for all fitness levels. The game and high-quality bicycle accessory will launch in the United States this summer. With three different modes – story, fitness and multiplayer – Cyberbike Cycling Sports has an environmentally conscious theme, challenging players to pedal to clean up planet Cyclo. Players will pilot four different modified bicycles – a bicycle, submarine, wagon and helicopter – to rid planet Cyclo of pollution that threatens its demise. On the ground, in the air, or underwater, three game modes (story, fitness, or multiplayer) allow the entire family to get fit while having fun.

The NTSC (US) game/bike will not work on a PAL (Europe) system.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 32.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0058CSF8E
  • Item model number: 273200
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,139 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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He also said that it would not be compatible with any of the gamecube games.
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77 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Lipplog on July 12, 2011
PROS:

1.) As an exercise bike/game simulator combo, the Cyberbike is great for the price.

2.) While some have complained about the low-level of resistance on the pedal settings, I prefer it with low to zero-resistance which is healthier on the knees.

3.) The seat is better than the average bike seat that comes on your average store-bought bicycle.

4.) The game that comes with the Cyberbike is actually not that bad.

5.) BEST THING ABOUT IT: Works perfectly with old GameCube games. I bought a bunch of racing/flying games used off amazon and they are AWESOME: Crazy Taxi, Extreme G3, F-Zero GX, Wave Race: Blue Storm. HINT - There is a little switch on the CyberBike that switches the controls from CyberBike to GameCube. You must remember to flick this switch back and forth depending on what game you're playing.

6.) While I love Sports Resort and WiiFit Plus, I hate how these games force me to "stop and rest" by making my Mii collapse just as I'm about to break a sweat. (I'm assuming they're afraid of lawsuits from heart attacks?) The game that comes with CyberBike thankfully does not have this feature.

CONS:

1.) The Cyberbike is an "analog" controller. Which means it won't work with Wiimote/Nunchuck-only games. Just Classic Controller or GameCube compatible games only. So even if I wanted to, I couldn't use the CyberBike with Sports Resort or WiiFit Plus. :o(

2.) I wish the adjustable seat was a notch or two higher.

3.) While the bike works fine, it does feel a bit flimsy. I'm 5'9, 160 lbs, so it's no problem. But anyone bigger might feel a bit unstable.

P.S. Since buying the CyberBike, I've learned how to hack the Wii to add everything from Nintendo 64 games (e.g. Paperboy) to old arcade (Mame) games. But for the best performance, I recommend buying your favorite old GameCube games for 5 bucks used and your stationary exercise bike will be fun rather than boring.
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98 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Egyud on July 28, 2011
I love it. I have been waiting for this for years. I am not a gamer (my kids are) but I have enjoyed the WiiFit type of games. Fortunately for me the US release date fell just before my birthday and my family made sure I got one.
The bike itself is a pretty good one. You can adjust the tension. The game itself will not change the tension during play but there are times when you have to peddle much faster to get yourself out of certain situations. You can get quite a good workout with the included game. One strange thing about the game is that it seems to have been designed for the Cyberbike, but when you set up the game you have to choose between using a Wiimote or a Gamecube controller. If you're using the Cyberbike you have to choose Gamecube controller. Just before each game it gives you instructions as to what buttons to use for each action. These are only instructions for the standard Gamecube controller. It tells you to use the C-Stick to move forward. Well, if you're on the Cyberbike you need to peddle. There is a C-Stick available on the bike but you will not use it when in Cyberbike mode. It's as if the game has no idea that the Cyberbike exists as a controller. So it takes a little while to figure out how to use it in the game. My kids helped me translate some of the GC controller instructions to Cyberbike.
As for the game, it can be a lot of fun and very difficult at times. I find myself not only peddling hard but really trying to think about what to do next. Some games need you to peddle faster to move forward faster. The helicopter game requires you to peddle faster to go higher. In that game you use the A button to move forward. As you shift games you have to shift your thoughts about how to make your vehicle work for you. I've been through all the games now at least once.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By M. L. Dehm on July 7, 2011
I looked forward to this controller and accompanying game for quite while so had fairly high hopes. I'm glad to say it is pretty good. Not perfect but not sorry I bought it.
Took about 20 minutes to put together out of the box. I'm sure other people would take far less time. I found the illustrations for assembly poor and the instructions hazy.
At first it didn't seem to work no matter how hard I pedaled. Got very frustrated until I discovered that there is a sliding button on the console to select between Gamecube mode and Cyberbike mode.
The seat is VERY uncomfortable. It is going to have to be replaced or padded or something.
I thought the steering was a bit slow to respond. You did not have to pedal hard to get up any speed. I'm going to have to up the resistance. I also noticed occasional instances of motion sickness where I had to take my eyes away from the game to recover.
All that being said, I had a blast riding through the cartoonish country roads and skidding along mine train tracks. Time flew by.
I really think this game would appeal to anyone who enjoys Walk It Out.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Grrgoyl on November 13, 2011
Verified Purchase
I'm an avid cyclist for 2 years now, looking for a suitable substitute for the winter. I would love one of those set-ups with the video course and an apparatus to change my bike's resistance to simulate a real ride indoors but I'm lacking a few grand in the budget. For the price, the Cyberbike is surprisingly adequate.

Mind you, every review about the disappointingly low resistance is correct -- the highest setting is only mildly tougher than the lowest. I might add more later (ankle weights or resistance bands), but I can tell you what you lack in resistance you'll make up in cardio. At times you have to pedal FAST during games and you WILL sweat. (This is only true of Mario Kart (which is a real blast on the bike). The bundled game is more laidback and probably won't have a lot of replayability. I'm a little scared to try Need for Speed: Nitro; might give me a heart attack. But I think it's awesome that you can use it with these other games at all).

Quibbles: There's a lot of play in the handlebars and steering is very imprecise, but you get a feel for it over time. BIG problem is the stiff, unforgiving saddle. I had shrugged off others' complaints about this, thinking myself plenty conditioned after a season on my road bike, but no, this thing is murder on your butt. Will definitely have to look into a replacement (not sure it's possible) or a padded cover.

The good: Pretty close to silent operation. I could probably use it in the dead of night and not bother anyone. It's got a nice solid construct, all steel except the main body casing. But my favorite thing about it is playing a game while pedaling -- you're not even aware you're exercising, a vast improvement from the mindless tedium of regular stationary bikes.
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