Get Ready for Class in 3 Simple Steps
No matter what bike you have we can help get you setup!
Indoor Cycle with Built-in Sensors
Spivi Home collects data from bike sensors. If your bike has built-in power, speed, or cadence sensors you are ready to workout.
Indoor Cycle with Add-on Sensors
If you have an older bike or a bike with no sensors on it, you can easily retrofit it with a cadence sensor and heart rate monitor.
Road Bike with Bike Trainer
If you have a road bike with a trainer you can connect to Spivi Home via ANT+. Easily connect your smart trainer and start riding today
Have a bike but no sensors?
You can still ride along to the workouts however, you will not be displayed on the virtual road and you will not receive a workout summary with your stats.
We highly recommend users have a bike with a sensor to have the most impactful ride.
Don’t have a bike yet?
Review the guidelines below and visit our compatibility page to learn what to buy
Let Spivi Home put you on the virtual road
High-end bikes broadcast power (watts) and cadence to Spivi Home. Some will also broadcast heart rate information that is captured directly from the bike's console.
Standard bikes and older bikes may require a cadence sensor in order to broadcast RPM (and virtual speed) to Spivi Home.
Most high-end bikes and sensors connect to Spivi Home wirelessly via ANT+ using a USB ANT+ stick (Mac/Windows) or via the internal Bluetooth (Mac, iPad, and most Android tablets), or using a BLE dongle (Window PC).
Some bikes, such as the Precor Spinner Chrono, the Keiser M3i, and RealRyder ABF8 with power crank, support Bluetooth technology to communicate so it should be easy to pair them on a Mac, iPad or Android tablets. A BLE dongle is required for Spivi Home when used with Windows PC.
If your bike is not equipped with sensors, you can attach a Bluetooth cadence sensor to the crank-arm which is the base of the bike's pedal.
Spivi Home for Windows based computers and laptops
Spivi Home for Mac computers and laptops
Spivi Home for Android Based Tablets
Spivi Home for iPad
(iPhone version is coming soon)