|The Cyclus2 is an innovative state-of-the-art cycling ergometer packed with electronic and IT solutions, comprising of standardized performance tests, isokinetic mode, lateral oscillation, and training- and programming applications. Due to its versatility, functionality and user-friendliness it is used by sports scientists, high performance centres, coaches and top-class cyclists worldwide.
|Forped is a unique tool for cycling biomechanics diagnostics designed for experts to record 3-dimensional forces and torques at the pedals. The system is wireless with instant data acquisition to a smart device via a user-friendly app. It provides the user with a detailed insight into cycling mechanics.
|BodyCap develops and industrialises miniaturised sensors to capture physiological parameters.
The company is made up of engineers and health scientists whose complementary skills meet the needs
of health, medical and research fields. Its first product dedicated to Sport performance enhancement is called e-Celsius Performance®. This device is an ingestible pill that continuously monitors , records, and wirelessly transmits core body temperature.
|Akern is a leading company in the field of human body composition analysis.
Thanks to a close cooperation with major medical societies, universities and research centres, Akern has developed a wide range of ultra-sensitive bioelectrical markers for body hydration, nutritional status, recovery and performance.
Applications range from Clinical Nurition to Sports Medicine, Cardiology...
|The company GeBioM is active in the field of biomechanics for more than fifteen years. Originating from the School of Sports Science of Münster University, GeBioM is a competent partner for sport scientific problems.
We incorporated our experiences in biomechanics in the development of all gebioMized products.
|Contrary to popular belief the human heart doesn’t beat like a metronome. The time gap between individual heartbeats is known as heart rate variability (HRV) and is an accurate indication of your level of stress and recovery. By monitoring your HRV regularly you can improve the effectiveness of your training and overall health.
ithlete is the leading scientifically validated HRV mobile app, and teamed with our exclusive Finger Sensor offers the most convenient and intuitive tool available. Used by over 20,000 customers including professional teams and researchers, ithlete delivers the information you need to improve both your health and fitness.
|Innov-Training aims at providing cyclist coaches with a new, high-tech and easy-to-use tool, accurately and automatically analyzing an athlete's training session. This tool is actually unique in using the technology of machine learning, enabling to analyze large amounts of training data and linking the time spent in training to a flexible model of performance. In this way, considering the adversity of the training context and the individualized training responses, or preventing overreaching are no longer an issue of diagnosis
|Bioracer Motion is a spin off company of Bioracer. We focus on developing new technologies to enhance bike fitting and cycling in all its aspects. Based on over 35 years of bike fit experience, the Bioracer Motion 3D motion analysis system was developed. This high-tech innovation is the only system in the world that simultaneously analyzes both sides of the cyclist, using active wireless markers and ultra accurate cameras (120 frames per second), which provides a unique insight in one's cycling movement, symmetry and stability. With Bioracer Aero, the virtual windtunnel, we offer the bike fitter a fast and user-friendly system to improve the aerodynamic position of the cyclist.|
|With its high performance cycling shoe insoles SOLESTAR has established itself in the professional cycling industry within only a few years. Today, the company is the insole supplier of choice for many professional cyclists and teams. What makes the SOLESTAR cycling insoles so innovative lies in the patented Stabilization-Delta design of their insoles that optimizes the ergonomics of the cyclist and thereby enhances the riders performance.
Behind the idea of an insole concept specifically designed for cycling stands the German sports scientist Oliver Elsenbach. Since 2003 he has been advising professional cyclists in areas of training plans, seat positioning, and individual orthopedic insoles. Through his specialized work, he recognized the potential for insoles that are specially customized for the best performance in cycling. This work resulted in the development of the stabilization delta which is the basis of all SOLESTAR insoles. In 2010 the company SOLESTAR GmbH was founded with its headquarters in Berlin. A subsidiary in Cologne focuses on athlete support and product development.