Nautilus Inc., a Vancouver-based, home-fitness equipment company, announced two new editions to its Schwinn product lineup on Monday.
The Schwinn IC4 Bike and the Schwinn 810 Treadmill are both designed to connect with Nautilus’ app, Explore the World, which allows users to move through virtual courses that adjust to their speed. In a press release, the company listed the Irish countryside and the beaches of Australia as two virtual course examples.
The Bluetooth-enabled machines can also connect with third-party fitness training apps such as Peloton or Zwift.
The IC4 Bike retails for $799, the 810 Treadmill for $699. The Explore the World app is scheduled to be released Nov. 15.
The new releases are in keeping with Nautilus’ push to expand its product lineup with machines that place a greater emphasis on connectivity and personalized workouts. In an investor conference call in May, Nautilus officials stated that several such products were scheduled for release in the second half of 2019.