The exercise computer includes several training programs, including interval, weight loss, mountain race, target heart rate (read through contact heart rate sensors built into the handlebars), and manual--each with 16 levels of resistance. The LCD is easily readable and the LED panel helps guide you through your workout. You'll enjoy such comfort features as a spine-smart seat design with integrated lumbar support, and easy accessibility to water bottle holder.
- Tension system: Automatic adjustment with 16 levels
- Flywheel Size: 12 inch diameter/19 pounds balanced
- Belt: Reinforced Poly-V Belt
- Pedals: Self Balancing with Easy Adjust Straps
- Cranks: Three-Piece Crank Set
- Dimensions: 42 by 25 by 53 inches
- Weight: 105 pounds
- Maximum user weight: 350 pounds
- Warranty: frame and ECB brake - lifetime; parts - 3 years; labor - 1 year
About Recumbent Exercise Bikes
Despite the competition from trendy new fitness inventions, exercise bikes continue to be popular options for home exercise. They offer the same aerobic benefits of riding a bicycle at any time, in any weather, without leaving the comfort and safety of home. Exercise bikes don't take up much space, require little or no balance or coordination, and can provide an effective workout for all levels of users, from beginners to serious competitors. While the same could be said for a number of other types of home fitness equipment, the exercise bike is one of the few that allows you to watch television or read a magazine while you work out.
The term recumbent literally means "lying down." Exercising in a recumbent or reclining position allows the user to have full ergonomic back support, without causing strain on the arms, neck and shoulders, all of which can be common effects of using an upright bicycle. For many people, having convenient access to quality exercise equipment is critical to sticking with a long-term exercise program.