• Activate Your Core

    Core Active Sway Frame™ Technology

    • The Evo sways naturally with each pedal turn
    • Incorporate more core muscles with each push
    • Build a strong core while rapidly cutting fat
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  • Breaking Convention

    NO Chains, NO Belts.

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    Orb™ Technology
    Patent Pending Planetary Drive System

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    Less Maintenance
    Ride harder, longer.

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  • Time to Tone

    Cardio & Core Workouts Combined

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Learn how the Evo Fitness Bike mimics a natural pedaling motion.
See how the Evo Fitness Bike eliminates the need for belts and chains.

Relay Fitness Group Product Catalog 2012

IHRSA 2014 - San Diego

Come check out the new Evo Fitness Bikes at the IHRSA Show, booth #135 in San Diego, California on Thursday, March 13-14, 2014. Start 2014 with a new way to get into shape! These new EVO bike models will be at the show: G, G+, and X.

 

HFB/Interbike 2013

Interbike 2013Come check out the Evo Fitness Bike at HFB/Interbike in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 18-20, 2013. Start 2013 with a new way to get into shape!

How to Manage the Highs and Lows of Fitness Training

How to manage fitness training stress.

If you've trained your hardest for any amount of time, be it days, months, or years, chances are that you've hit a snag at some point. Managing the highs and especially the lows of your training cycle can make or break your results. Learn the best ways to manage the tough times with these simple tips.

Adding Core Strength to Your Indoor Cycling Program

Hybrid Training for Indoor Cycling by Susan JansonIf you're looking for an intense 60-minute workout, you can't beat indoor cycling classes. But if you're looking for something that incorporates more muscles and areas of fitness (strength, flexibility, mobility, agility, etc)? Enter Hybrid Training Programs. Find out how Kick It Up gym owner Susan Janson switches up her indoor cycling classes with hybrid programing.

The Top 10 Mistakes in Indoor Cycling

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Are you making one of the most common mistakes in indoor cycling? Find out now! Some of these mistakes can lead to injuries, others make your workouts inefficient and can prevent you from having the best workout possible.

The Top 10 Reasons Why Cyclists Should Start Indoor Cycling

Why should cyclists use indoor cycling for their training?Indoor Cycling classes are an ideal place to work on proper cycling technique and provide a traffic-free environment that can go a long way toward replacing the on-the-road experience. It’s a great place for cycling novices to improve ten aspects of cycling that will quickly make them a better rider.

Latest Workouts

  • Indoor Cycling Tutorial: Seated Hill Climb

    The Seated Hill Climb exercise is one of the most difficult and useful indoor cycling exercises you can do. As every cyclist knows, high-resistance training while seated translates into real world cycling benefits on hills.

  • Complete Indoor Cycling Endurance Session

    Complete Indoor Cycling Endurance Session by Sandy Lopez

    Sandy Lopez, owner of Club Fitness Addiction in Huntington Beach, California, demonstrates a complete, high-intensity endurance workout using the Evo Fitness Bike. Utlizing a variety of conventional and unconventional indoor cycling exercises, Sandy is able to incorporate upper body and core muscles for maximum calorie burn.

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