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Kettler Ergoracer GT Indoor Cycling Bike

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  • Adaptable manual or programmable 25-to-600-watt electro-magnetic resistance
  • Kettler usb interface allows downloads of interactive software and pre-set programs
  • Allows for perfect ergonomic, mechanical and electronic adjustments
  • Quick adjust vertical & horizontal gel racing saddle, stem and seat post
  • Siemens electronic display with 8 training programs including hrc

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Product Description

The Ergoracer GT is the perfect combination of an exercise bike and a proven road bike. The corrosion-proof, galvanized frame is extra narrow to simulate the streamlined profile of a top road bike. Coupled with cage/SPD pedals, adjustable triathlon and drop bars, multi-position stem and seat post and topped with an ergonomic racing gel saddle, the Ergoracer GT reproduces the feel of a world class road bike. The electronic package is just as sophisticated as the other components. The cardio fitness computer offers over 8 different training programs while the 40lb flywheel guarantees perfect balance. The Ergoracer GT is definitive blend of a classic road bike and state of the art bicycle trainer.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 47 x 21 x 47 inches ; 164 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 169 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0006VVK98
  • Item model number: 7988-990
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,062,599 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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One of the best features is that you can coast.
Coach Larry
The eddy current wheel is very smooth, quiet, and provides plenty of resistance when you dial up the watts.
A. Morabito
For me this is really a great bike, and I am very happy.
ane

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A. Morabito on January 16, 2007
I bought the Kettler Ergo a couple of years ago to do indoor training when the weather gets bad. Quickly -

Pros: *Very solid feeling. The eddy current wheel is very smooth, quiet, and provides plenty of resistance when you dial up the watts. Good adjustment possible on both seat and handle bars.

Cons: *For the money, you'd expect software included. I paid over $1,500 and that rankled me that it is not included. *Outdated serial port interface on unit. Few new computers have these. I just recently purchased a Serial-USB converter cable. Finally I can see if I can get the 3rd party software to see if it will work.

Overall: Very satisfied. I prefer a solid, quiet trainer that works to a noisy, cruddy one with good software.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ane on April 11, 2009
I got my bike almost two years ago. I did a very extensive market research before I decided to buy this bike. I am 40 y.o. 6',4'' 190 lb, I use the bike three to four time a week. The bike is very sturdy, very stabile, very quiet and smooth, very adaptable, simply a pleasure to ride. The seat, the front are very adjustable, it fits nicely for me, my wife and my 12 year old soon. I pedal about 50% standing-up and about 50% sitting, I get about 1200 cal in 45 min with an average heart rate 140-150 hbpm. For me this is really a great bike, and I am very happy. It is also gives a very similar feeling to a real bike, i.e. on a flat surface, or on a mild incline. The bike is about 170lb, however they are very nice front wheels that allow you to move it easily around the house. I like that.

However, I think if I am younger, or if I am a more serious athlete the resistance that this bike offers might not be enough. Except for the first 5-10 warm-up, I do all my spinning at 400-600 watts, what is 65 to 100% max for this bike. I would really like if this bike has about 20% more resistance, something that can mimic 8 % incline. To increase resistance sometimes I do my biking with a 10-20 lb vest. Unfortunately it can get too hot under such west. A good alternative are ankle weights.

The display is nice and big, well organized. If you stop pedaling at any moment it will give you an average value for all of your workout parameters . I do miss an option that will plot my workout parameters in time. However very few bikes have that.

I give this bike 5 stars, since it gives me everything I want and I really enjoy it, however for professional athletes this might not be enough. Alternative option is vision-fitness bike that costs about 30% more.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Coach Larry on August 29, 2008
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Usage: I put in about 10 hours/week during winter months on this. I have a good number of miles on it at this point. This is a great indoor cycle for the $. One of the best features is that you can coast. Other trainers make you keep pedaling while the flywheel is spinning. I think that is not cool.

The computer on this is great. Really big numbers.
Bars are a little funky. I removed the forearm rests and it was much more comfortable.
Pedals are nice. Double-sided.
Plenty of adjustment on saddle and bars. Will fit a huge range of people.
Only thing missing for serious training is a true power (wattage) output reading.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert B. Macy on January 24, 2010
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The Kettler GT is very well built and can take the hard push of anybody big or small.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Swatek on November 27, 2009
Handlebars a disaster. Created by someone who never rode a bike. Can't stand and pedal like a spinning bike. It is quiet. Good for spinning while sitting only. Serious spinners will be disappointed. Keiser M3 a better option. Ride before buying the Kettler.
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