Real World Shifting
Shimano or Campagnolo electronic and manual shifting to match your real world cycling. Configured with the Stages Cycling app.
Select from a traditional 53/39t and 11-28t road setup to a 1×12 modern MTB setup, with lots of options in between.
Smooth, silent electronic resistance provides up to 2,200 watts of stunningly realistic road feel.
Dream Drive provides a sequential virtual drivetrain with up to 50 gears, up to a 55-11t high gear and a 1:2 low gear.
Tools for a Real Bike Fit on SB20
Saddle fore/aft and height can accommodate riders from 4’-10” to 6’-10” in seconds. Every adjustment is secure and free of creaking or slipping.
With four pedal positions you can easily adjust the SB20 for 165, 170, 172.5 or 175mm crank lengths in seconds. Custom Allen wrench included.
Reach and Stack
Quick-turn dials and levers allow you to adjust your stem length and height to nail your perfect handlebar position.
You can swap the standard road bar with your own preferred shape including MTB and aero bars.
Below are a sample of today's most popular indoor cycling apps, all compatible with Stages SB20 Smart Bike.
The most popular and market leader in virtual indoor cycling. You’ll automatically get access to the in-game Stages ride kit.
Connect to the Peloton app and enjoy its wide selection of ride and indoor cycling class content.
ROUVY brings the real world into your living rooms, your pain caves and all the other places you like to use for training.
Experience the best in action-packed virtual races, enjoy riding with friends on group rides and use structured workouts and training plans.
Control Modes on Stages SB20
Allows 3rd party apps like Zwift to control resistance to simulate real-world riding including climbs, descents and drafting.
Provides resistance that follows a workout file like in TrainerRoad. This keeps you in the prescribed resistance range.
Dial in the perfect resistance on your own in the Stages Cycling app and let the bike do all the work for you.
Change gears using the shift buttons (or use the brake levers) to create resistance during the ride.