Erin Reis uses Zwift, a virtual bicycle riding and racing simulator, at her home in Bend, Oregon. (Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)

Erin Reis uses Zwift, a virtual bicycle riding and racing simulator, at her home in Bend, Oregon. (Ryan Brennecke/Bulletin photo)

Zwift, a virtual exercise game, invades indoor cycling

The indoor cycling system gives hardcore cyclists a more engaging way to train year-round.

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