Pair a smart trainer and feel the change in the Mars terrain with the automation of a smart trainers resistance control.
Automatic pedal resistance by the game to your legs.
A realistic and immersive feel.
More accurate than a speed sensor.
See examples of Smart Trainers here
Pair a non-smart/classic trainer or rollers with a power meter or speed sensor to virtualize your speed on Mars.
Inexpensive to get started.
Pedal resistance must be changed manually.
A very enjoyable ride with friends over Mars terrain.
See examples of Speed Sensors here
See examples of Power Meters here
New Exploration Experience
In SOL, all the Mars maps you ride are created from heightmap imagery thanks to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Using this data we make it possible for you to explore, learn and feel the real contours of the Mars terrain. This is an experience you cannot get from a news article or a robotic rover photo.
In 2021, NASA's Perseverance rover will look for signs of ancient Mars life and collect rock and soil samples to return to Earth and study. Follow humankinds journey to Mars with us, SOL includes the latest Mars news and technology, from the first drones developed by NASA to future mechanical-pressure spacesuits designed by MIT.