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October 26, 2010

Finally, an exercise bike that doesn’t have to be hidden away when guests visit. The cycle’s body is made of carbon composites, fiberglass, and steel. An epicyclic transmission connects the pedals to a flywheel concealed within the large outer ring; resistance during workouts is generated by an electromagnetic system. The only problem: given its price tag, your guests might have to help with some generous donations.

Product: Ciclotte
Cost: Around $11,000
Availability: Now
Source: www.ciclotte.com
Companies: Ciclotte

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