The games are awful. Would have been awful 20 years ago (did they ever make 4-bit games?, lol). Clearly this is made by an exercise company that knows nothng about computers and games and found someone, probably in Lithuania or something like that, to make some games on the cheap (or the owner's son said he could do it). I literally could have programmed something better for them in a couple of months. The game box is a little piece of krap with only an RCA output which is OK since the games have such poor graphics that it doesn't really matter. I have resisted the urge to open it up but I am sure it has a 30-year old legacy 8-bit CPU (probably Z80 or 6800).
Also, the pedal resistance is magnetic and very "jerky". My $200 exercise bike from 10 years ago is a much better ride.
I am extremely disappointed with this product. For $400 they could have had a flywheel design instead of a cheapo magnetic one. And if hey had something close to a clue they could have done something better with the games. It only needs to be basic like trails through the forest or something like that with marginable graphics, but they didn't even come close to that.