Rouvy, a mixed-reality simulation platform for indoor cycling, has reported its numbers for the month of January 2019.
“We started a new tradition in 2018 – to report to our users and industry with a portion of detailed statistics,” said Yuriy Ryashko, Marketing Executive at Rouvy. “The global community of Rouvy athletes continues to demonstrate a high and stable growth.
“The amount of available training video content is growing impressively as well. Rouvy enables anyone to put a GPS camera on a car or bike and process a favourite or race video route for [use] indoors within hours. Additionally, cutting-edge newly available multi-rider racing in augmented/mixed reality mode gives us a competitive advantage. We are looking forward to having another great year in 2019.”
Training totals uploaded in January 2019:
- Total distance in km: 2,337,737 (2.3m km)
- Average training time: 45 minutes
- Average distance/activity: 16.5 km
- Sources of rider power: smart trainers 88% / power meters 4% / classic trainers 8%
- Geographic coverage: 129 countries
Most active users by nation
- Czech Republic: 162 km
- Belgium: 151 km
- South Africa: 138 km
- Poland: 117 km
- USA: 111 km
- Number of all routes on the platform: 23,368
- Total distance of all virtual routes: ~1,600,000 km
- Upload of new routes: 16 routes each day
- Number of geo-synced video routes: 2,577
- Total distance of video routes: 65,500 km
- Upload of new video routes: 2 routes each day
- Grand Tour and triathlon video routes: 70+ famous race destinations
Rouvy is an indoor cycling platform with augmented overlays over geo-synced, real-life footage. The latest release incorporates animated 3D objects within GPS-synced video routes. According to the company, this brings riders from all over the world virtually together on the most popular race courses.