Assault AirBike Elite, Grey
|Item Weight||138.89 Pounds|
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- Solid steel frame
- Upper and lower body engagement
- Large supportive seat. Maximum user weight: 350 pounds
- Performance tracking via integrated LCD display
- Hiit interval programs. Dimensions (Assembled)-55L x 26.2W x 55H inches
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From the manufacturer
- Comfortable large seat to offer support on a lengthier ride.
- An integrated removable windscreen.
- Multiple position grip variations.
With a massive steel frame, solid steel cranks, corrosion resistance, and a solid aluminum seat post and slider, there is no question that this bike will go for years.
Ideal for Interval Training
The AssaultBike Elite features increased resistance when speed is increased along with the option for upper and lower body engagement or isolation. Finally, we’ve equipped this bike with the ability to pedal forward or backward for workout variation.
LCD Display with Performance Tracking
Monitoring your heart rate is straightforward, and you can quickly connect your mobile device for data tracking. Classic time, distance, and calorie goal programs are available.
Assault AirBike Elite Features
Two front wheels makes it easy to move throughout your home or gym. With a massive steel frame, solid steel cranks, corrosion resistance, and a solid aluminum seat post and slider,
LCD Display with Performance Tracking
Taking the air bike display into the future, this LCD display allows users to connect with Bluetooth and ANT.
Multiple Position Grip Variations
This bike gives you the option for multiple position grip variations. It's also otfitted with an exceptionally comfortable large seat to offer support on a lengthier ride.
|AssaultBike Elite||AssaultBike Classic|
|LCD||Hi Contrast with Improved Readability||Hi Contrast|
|Rest and Work LEDs||✓||No|
|Seat||Sport Seat Elite||Sport Seat|
|Pedals||All-metal Design||All-metal Design|
|Handlebars||Multi Hand position||Single Hand position|
|Wind Shield||Integrated||Available Add on|
|Cladding||Plastic Shrouds||Chain Covers|
This bike has been designed to give you the closest to a gym or box experience as you can have from home. With a solid steel frame and cranks, corrosion resistance, and a solid aluminum seat post and slider, there is no question that this bike will go for years. Designed for strength, durability, and hardcore use, you will find yourself coming back day after day for more burn.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 55.8 x 26.26 x 55 inches; 138.89 Pounds
- Item model number : Assault AirBike Elite
- Batteries : 2 AA batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : May 20, 2018
- Manufacturer : Lifecore Fitness, Inc.
- ASIN : B07D6BS1M3
Best Sellers Rank:
#619,993 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #1,047 in Exercise Bikes
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This bike has one purpose and one purpose alone -- work hard, train hard. It's a no-frills, smoke-you, put-in-the-work bike like you'd find in a Crossfit gym. This is a bike designed for those who might not be able to make it to their local box every day but don't want to stop training. They want to replicate that experience at home so they don't have an excuse. If this is you, then this is your bike. If it's not, I'd recommend one that's a lot cheaper -- they will all hold unfolded laundry the same.
First, as exercise equipment -- If you're familiar with this type of bike from Crossfit, then you're familiar with the hurts-so-good pain and suffering this machine can bring. It can be used for a full-body workout in many different types of ways -- arms, legs, full-body. It's just a matter of how hard you push, pull, and work. It's on point with the machines you find in a commercial box and just as engaging and difficult as a 'regular' box. That said, it has the heft to prove it.
This bike is a beast, weighing in at almost 150 lbs. They aren't joking when they said 'commercial grade' and this is a bike really designed for those with a current (or aspiring) home box setup. As others have mentioned, it does require some maintenance but I don't hold that against this at all. Indeed, it's a benefit. If the Army taught me anything, it's that good equipment requires upkeep. The only way you get away from maintenance is to engineer in 'slop' and slop is what causes things to wear, break, and need a replacement prematurely. This bike has no time or tolerance for such shenanigans.
While this one does have the enhanced electronics, it's still the straightforward computer setup you'd expect out of a Crossfit gym -- akin to a Crossfit bike or Concept2 rower. It's not the fanciest, but -- chances are -- those looking at this bike aren't in it for the gadgets. It works, it gives readouts, it pairs with your heart rate monitor. It's solid and I don't think it'll break soon.
In all, this is a legitimate commercial-grade bike that'll give you everything you'd expect from your local box. It's as hard-working as you, it has no tolerance for BS, and it won't sell itself out for frills over function. It's absolutely worth the price and might just outlast you.
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adequate screen, could have had a better display, but ok for what i need for my routine.
the friction noise[may be the chain?] is annoying,
It did take a while to assemble this, but there was a video online, so that helped a lot. It's very very heavy, and fortunately that is by design as it's durable. For the price I would have like a few more things with the control panel. It would have been nice if it had come with a pulse ear clip. It has Bluetooth and it's made to connect to a watch or a chest band pulse rate sender. For the price it's a little low tech by todays standards, the expensive stuff comes with color graphic screens, that connect via WiFi with various apps to make it look like you're running in a park, the mountains or a forest etc. This does not have that it just monitor statistics with LCD displays. I guess they did spend the money on the durability.
I'm not sure it's just not some overkill, but there seems to be a lot of maintenance needed at periodic intervals, it seemed like a new car break in manual. There are a bunch of small adjustment tools used to assemble, and you'll want to store them somewhere you'll not lose them. The bike as a better feel and better adjustments than some of the classic air bikes. You do get an exceptional work out with the arms and legs in motion. Unfortunately, for me I cannot attach my old interactive trainer to this as the arm movements would not allow its use.
Many of the newer bikes feature some form of interactivity, and while I liked the smooth ride and got a decent workout on this, I did not get the desire to use it regularly. That's basically the kiss of death for exercise products, and while this may fair better than others as to being completely abandoned, it could be made better for the price. At least they should consider an adaptive interface for connecting the sensor data, perhaps a USB or a bluetooth output to feed some upgrade or even a third party device that uses the type of interactive features I describe. One of my favorite gym bikes was always the one with the red lights that ran a program where the ride would be tougher as you climbed hills represented by LED's and easier as the road leveled out. It was a simple LED bar graph display, not as sophisticated as the ones with real graphics today, but still useful as an incentive to ride. I would still recommend this, but bare in mind that it would take someone very self motivated to use regularly if they are not normally prone to regular exercise.
When assembled (takes a couple of hours, the documentation is very good, it comes with all the tools that you will need) it is amazing.
Where to start?
You can connect your blue tooth device to this and blast your music whilst you pedal
No more adjusting the tension - the faster you cycle, the greater the air resistance, the harder it is to pedal.
No more boredom - the device will allow you to place any tablet and almost any laptop on the "dashboard" and you can watch videos, read reports, or do whatever you want whilst you pedal.
You can exercise your arms, legs or all of the above! Just choose what pushes and what pulls!
You can have it monitor your pulse - assuming you have a wireless heart monitor.
You can see distance, speed, calories burned and so much more. The screen tells you everything!
It weighs a lot. You do not want to be putting this away and bringing it out each time you want to use it... you will simply not want to use it, and that would be a shame.
This is a truly wonderful piece of exercise equipment - but don't forget its size and weight - you cannot leave this in the corner of a bedroom ore dining room, to bring out as needed.