2022 CADEsport Kickstarter – 3.jpeg Online cycling fitness game offers physical equalisation system that allows players of varied strengths to play together; now looking for Kickstarter funding
Online cycling fitness game CADEsport, which looks like it could be an alternative to Zwift, is looking for funding on Kickstarter (link is external) ahead of a planned release very soon.
CADEsport has been developed by Cycligent, the company that brought us Zwift-based CVR virtual racing a few years ago.
Cycligent describes CADEsport as “the latest, fairest, and most inclusive virtual cycling experience on the planet.”
“CADEsport is different [from anything else out there] because of our innovative physical equalisation system which allows players of varied physical strengths to play together equally in a virtual environment,” says Cycligent’s Vanessa Mauerhan. 2022 CADEsport Kickstarter – 2.jpeg “CADEsport also has real-world physics, including steering, braking, drafting, and crashing. Our users can select their bike and components for each activity down to the air pressure in their tyres, so they have the optimal rolling resistance and grip for the activity they are doing.”
The virtual cycling platform has been several years in development and is almost ready for release.
Cycligent says, “CADEsport allows people of all abilities to ride, race, and work out together without separating them into categories, entering their weight, or worrying about trainer or power meter accuracy. “CADEsport achieves this through its proprietary Pro Power system, which adjusts everyone’s power to that of a pro cyclist.” How does that work?“Pro Power is based on the last […]