SpeedX Leopard Smart Road Bike Tracks Your Progress in Real Time

Many fitness trackers can recognize your cycling, but if you want more professional tracking data for cycling, you may like to check SpeedX Leopard smart bike that tracks your progress in real time.

SpeedX Leopard Smart Road Bike

The Leopard is a premium, advanced and high-tech aero road bike that comes in six sizes, and using a unique Smart Bike Fitting System, you can effortlessly choose the most suitable model by uploading your own photo. As we can see from the images, the smart road bike shows off a pretty cool, streamlined design, and its frame and front fork are build with carbon fiber in order to deliver an ultra strong yet lightweight construction, and its ergonomic and full-hidden wiring design offers the rider the ultimate road experience.

SpeedX Leopard Smart Road Bike

More importantly, as a smart bike, the Leopard features an integrated SpeedX Smart Control that records your ride data including lap time, cadence, time, speed, calories, altitude, GPS, distance, slope, and weather, and with the help of ANT+ compatible devices, it also records your heart rate. Furthermore, it also offers professional analysis in real-time with its built-in 2.4″ screen, and its rechargeable battery lasts 40 hours of tracking and recording on a 30-minute full charge.

SpeedX Leopard Smart Road Bike

In addition, the Leopard also comes in a Pro version for amateur riders, which features Shimano Ultegra Di2, carbon fiber aero wheels, carbon fiber handle bar and Fizik R7 road saddle.

The crowdfunding campaign for SpeedX Leopard has raised over 1.4M fund on Kickstarter. You can pledge $1,299 to preorder the smart road bike ($1,899 for Leopard Pro). Both models will be shipped in July 2016. BTW, also don’t miss SmartHalo smart bike adapter and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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