The Official Training Bike of Le Tour de France automatically adjusts wind resistance based on what two features of the rider?
height and weight
Wind resistance is also added into the mix, the amount of which is determined by the bike’s Intelligent Wind Resistance system. It creates a rider’s “wind profile” based on their height and weight, then automatically sets the device’s magnetic resistance to replicate the amount of aerodynamic drag that the rider would be experiencing at the current point in their virtual journey.
Talking of climbing aboard, ProForm has designed the bike to be pretty adjustable, at least by stationary bike standards. You can adjust the height of the saddle as well as the layback. You can also raise and lower the handlebars, but you can’t move them closer or further from the saddle