Exercise cycling classes have come all the rage in the past few years, with companies offering large group classes where you “travel” on stationary exercise bikes. And it is a superb way to stay fit and have fun doing it. Fisher-Price’s just announced Think & Learn Smart Cycle wants to do the same for young kids.

This vision merges exercising with an interactive learning platform through technology. As you are linking a physical activity with educational applications and experiences. The Smart Cycle itself will connect with a tablet, like an iPad, or a television. The content of the application will be paired with the speed of the pedaling on the bike or even the style of the pedaling.

The Think & Learn Smart Cycle has Bluetooth connectivity built-in, which is how the bike connects to the application. And there will be several applications, for iOS and Android, at launch that partner with popular children’s brands.

Fisher-Price is planning for the Think & Learn Smart Cycle to cost $149 when it lands in the Fall. The companion applications that work with the Think & Learn Smart Cycle will be priced around $4.99.

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