Bike-O-Vision Virtual Cycling DVDs
|Get your Passport to World Cycling!
...and the best motivation for indoor cycling workouts anywhere! We have over 50 exciting cycling journeys through North America, Europe and the Caribbean. Each cycling video is 64 to 112 minutes long in DVD and Blu-Ray.|
| Since being introduced in the Wall Street Journal's Dec 2005 and 2006 Christmas gift editions we've produced more than 50 journeys for indoor cycling workouts and travel around the world.
No Pain, All Gain with Bike-O-Vision! Just pop a Bike-O-Vision cycling dvd into your TV or large screen player, put your stationary bike in front and you'll forget you're not on the road enjoying exciting bike's-eye adventures in the US, Europe, Caribbean, Mexico or British Columbia!
Our videos spur you on to see what's around the next corner. Our scenery is motivating you to push forward. Like a good diet, making gain shouldn't be fast and painful but rather steady and sure. That's when it works long term.
Take a look at our video previews to make sure they are the style for you at BIKE-O-VISION.COM |
USPS SHIPPING: Orders of 2 to 12 DVDs ship USPS Priority Mail $5.30 in US. and 13 to 55 dvds ship for $11.30 in US.
INTERNATIONAL USPS SHIPPING: For 1 to 10 dvds ship for $29.95 to Europe and $23.95 to Canada. 13 to 54 dvds ship internationally for $69 and $40.95 to Canada. International orders are NOT accepted for return so watch our video previews on our home website first to make sure they are the right style for your workout: Bike-O-Vision.com.
We sell European "PAL" (Region 2) DVDs, see our "Full-Screen" titles #1-22.
All DVDs are inspected for visual flaws before they are sent. Used, scratched DVDs are not accepted for return.
Please try our DVD video previews BEFORE you buy to insure they are the type of cycling video style you want at Bike-O-Vision.com.
Defective dvds can be returned or exchanged. Email us for "Return Authorization".
What are "FULL or WIDE Screen DVDs?" There are two common TV screen shapes, the squarish shape of conventional TVs and the widescreen shape of today's flat screen HDTVs. Conventional TVs have a 4:3 aspect ratio known as "standard screen" or "full screen" and widescreen HDTVs have a 16:9 ratio similar to a movie screen ratio. Full and Wide screen dvds display equally well on either TV screen shape.
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