Nautilus is introducing a stationary bike that can simulate the side-to-side rocking of regular outdoor bicycles. The Bowflex VeloCore can be ridden in two modes – lean and stationary (meaning fixed) – thanks to a proprietary lock-out device, whose patent is pending. A touch screen links to the JRNY subscription library of motivational programs, such as the “Explore the World” videos, with virtual coaches, fitness assessments and workout recommendations. The JRNY subscription includes Bowflex radio, supports such streaming services as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu, and can connect to third-party cycling apps such as Peloton and Zwift. There is a Bluetooth armband to track the rider’s heart rate, dual bottle holders and cradles with three-pound dumbbells. The VeloCore retails for $2,199 with a 22-inch console and for $1,699 with a 16-inch console. Both models are available on and at selected retailers.