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CKU28 Sport Fitness

The CKU28 fitness machine simulates a racing motorcycle, including enough regulations and settings so that each rider can find the original position of their racing motorcycle.


Motorcycle-shaped design to simulate the conditions encountered at high speed so that the rider can get into a concentrated race-like state of mind.


For easier transfer, the CKU fits inside a platform that acts as its bottom. It can also be folded and has wheels, resulting in great packaging.


The two partners, Javier Ullate and Àlex Crivillé, have used their experience to develop the effort and sensations that the CKU invokes.

How does a CKU 28 Sport Fitness work?

Using a CKU is a simple and intuitive experience.

It is a fitness device and it was developped for indoor training purposes, simulating the reactions of a real racing bike. It tilts when the rider accelerates and brakes. And in the corners, the rider leans and CKU returns to the normal position as the rider accelerates.

The main setup interface is a small touch screen in the handlebar. Once on the bike, that screen asks for the rider’s weight in order to accurate its reactions.

The device includes a TV screen. There’s no feedback between the CKU and the screen as it shows MotoGP officialy licensed on board recordings. By request, CKU could show footages from any rider, any standing position, any circuit and also from any special moment.

Professional riders use to choose their own point of view while for marketing purposes, footages recorded from the rider in second position are specially suitable as the user can take a reference on the race leader.

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Why is the CKU28 the best simulator on the market?

It is a unique and pioneering product.

Created by a team of professionals who love racing motorcycles.

Valentino Rossi, Tito Rabat and Maverick Viñales already have their own personal CKU.


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CKU is an advertising device for all kinds of fairs and events. CKU has been exhibiting in Europe’s most important fairs at the stands of a dozen companies such as Fiat, Yamaha, AMV or Nilox. And also in TV programmes including MotoGP from the British TV channel BT Sport or in company press events such as Repsol or Movistar.