Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob
VISIT OUR OTHER SITES: THE AWESOMER | 95OCTANE

Like Us on Facebook

Technabob is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Disclosure.

Varibike: Trains Your Arms as Much as Your Legs

 |  |  |  |  |  August 27, 2013


Cycling has always been a good way to exercise, but the Varibike aims to make it even better, by working out a larger number of muscle groups simultaneously.

varibike propulsion leg arm bicycle photo

The Varibike was designed as a work-out solution as well as a therapy solution. It coordinates and creates new synapses in the brain by using leg and arm propulsion. It has an intuitive inclination steering system, which will help build muscle. Thanks to selective pedaling, individual muscle groups are allowed to recover and regenerate during a ride.

In addition to the workout improvement, the makers of the Varibike say the increased input from both arms and legs can propel their bike up to 30% faster than conventional pedal-powered bikes.

varibike propulsion leg arm bicycle alone photo

The Varibike FR2 costs €3,999 (~ $5,350 USD). The FR3 adds separate freewheels to each arm crank, which allows you to use them side-by-side, in a rowing motion. It costs €4,499 (~ $6,019 USD).

varibike propulsion leg arm bicycle riding photo

[via Gizmag]



How Ice Cream Cones Are Made

How Ice Cream Cones Are Made

Take Five: Harmonica Cover

Take Five: Harmonica Cover

Making a Mood Ring Keyboard

Making a Mood Ring Keyboard

Bowler 2022 Challenge Racing Series Uses Customized Defenders

Bowler 2022 Challenge Racing Series Uses Customized Defenders

Callaway Chevy Silverado SC602 Gains a Supercharger and Keeps its Warranty

Callaway Chevy Silverado SC602 Gains a Supercharger and Keeps its Warranty

This Custom Pininfarina Battista Electric Hypercar Was Inspired by NYC

This Custom Pininfarina Battista Electric Hypercar Was Inspired by NYC

Advertisement