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Fisher-Price shows connected exercise bike for toddlers at CES

Published January 5, 2017

LAS VEGAS (BRAIN) — Toy maker Fisher-Price says it has a solution for stationary, device-connected kids: put them on an exercise bike. 

The Think & Learn Smart Cycle is a toy bike that works with a companion app so toddlers can play educational games while pedaling. A free app is available for Android or iOS devices that pairs the bike to a tablet or streaming TV device. The device shows a game in which the kids can move, virtually, by pedaling or turning the handlebar.

The tech site TheVerge.com says it's like "SoulCycle for kids."

Additional games will be $4.99 each. 

The Smart Cycle costs $149.99 and will be available in June 2017.

Topics associated with this article: Consumer Electronics Show

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