Vitual cycling platform ROUVY has added duo and group subscription plans
Indoor training app ROUVY offers huge savings with new subscription model
The new method of subscription has the potential to reduce costs for each rider in the group by up to 55% with duo subscription being offered as well
Junior Tech Writer
Indoor training platform ROUVY has announced that as of today (11 October) as part of its rebrand it will be offering its users the ability to sign up as part of a group or as a pair – offering them substantial savings in the process.
Similar to other popular platforms Zwift and MyWhoosh, ROUVY offers a simulated world that links with smart indoor trainers to offer an immersive and real world-feeling indoor experience. It utilises high quality, real life video of routes as the displayed graphics whilst riding.
How much does ROUVY cost?
ROUVY currently charges its subscribers a rolling monthly fee of €14.99 which gives access to the extensive route library with over 1300 options to choose from. The new duo and group subscription models offer savings of up to 33% and 55% respectively.
Duo or group plans
The platform is now offering a duo package for a total monthly subscription fee of €19.99 making the cost per rider just under €9.99. It is the group subscription that offers the best savings per rider, with a group monthly subscription free of €32.99. This group subscription allows up to five individuals to access ROUVY reducing the cost per rider to under €7.
Savings of up to 55% are on offer for those that sign up as part of group of five
Petr Samek, CEO of ROUVY says about the release of the new subscription models, "With our new pricing model, we're opening doors to a broader range of cyclists, regardless of their commitment time frame. We made this change because we want to provide more options and better value to our diverse community of users, whether they are individual cyclists or a family of five. Everyone knows riding is better with your friends, so we are offering these packages to encourage riders to train together!"
For more information on indoor training platforms, make sure to check out our guide of the best apps for indoor cycling, where you can find out more about ROUVY and a whole host of other indoor cycling platforms.
Will this change to the ROUVY subscription model tempt you to subscribe? Or if you're already a subscriber is this something that you will be getting your riding buddies to adopt? Let us know in the comments below.
Junior Tech Writer
Alex writes for the GCN editorial tech with a passion for all things bike tech.