Bike-O-Vision - Virtual Cycling Adventure - Yosemite & Death Valley National Parks - Perfect for Indoor Cycling and Treadmill Workouts - Cardio Fitness Scenery Video #20
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First you coast down into Yosemite Valley, then pedal along the Merced River and way up to Glacier Point, ending with panoramic sweeps of iconic half dome, the world's 2nd and 3rd tallest waterfalls, and the entire Yosemite Valley below. Death Valley's arid desolation contrasts remarkably with Yosemite's forested peaks, and note that both contain 99% new locations than earlier Bike-O-Vision titles, which is easy due to the parks sprawling size. Need some wide-open spaces? Death Valley is about the size of Connecticut. In addition, this 103- minute journey contains a bonus ride in the nearby Alabama Hills, which is the location of numerous classic films like Charge of the Light Brigade, Gunga Din, and High Sierra, as well as TV westerns like Rawhide and Lone Ranger! All new footage from full-screens of similar names. All new footage different than the original (full screen) dvds of these locations! Now produced in Widescreen and Blu Ray formats.
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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 Bike-O-Vision.com
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Don’t get me wrong, I love Yosemite, but if the first part of this has too much up-and-down and curvy roads for you, you can always just skip a few chapters ahead to the long flat serenity of Death Valley, which looks like something straight out of a western movie. And speaking of westerns, I know I’ve seen some of the rock formations in in the Alabama Hills in some old movies, can’t say exactly which ones, but like that ending chapter nevertheless. Very interesting and recommended!