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Life Fitness C1 Go Upright Lifecycle
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- Plug-in (All major voltage configurations)
- Standard upright seat
- Energy Saver mode minimizes power drawn when the machine is turned on but not in use. The machine will turn off after 5 minutes of inactivity, and wakes up easily with a touch of the Energy Saver button on the console.
- Front mounted water bottle holder and built-in reading rack
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Experience the Life Fitness difference. The C1 upright Lifecycle exercise bike harnesses the research and innovation that have made Lifecycle bikes 1 in health clubs worldwide. Incredibly convenient, quiet, and smooth, the C1 is the perfect entree into the renowned family of upright Lifecycle bikes.
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After only 2 weeks use, the Life Cycle has failed. Something inside started making a loud clunking noise every revolution of the pedal, it shakes the whole bike. Since Amazon does not have a replacement, I'm returning it and going for another brand. This is a real shame! We all liked it a lot.
I have always enjoyed the Life Cycle at the gym. I've also enjoyed others that offer virtual tracks on an LCD. After doing some thorough research, there are many of the virtual workout bikes for sale that have had to be repaired, while the Life Cycle's are hard to find, especially the affordable models.
This bike is solidly built, VERY SMOOTH in pedal action, and comfortable. I've looked at all brands and have been comparing for months before pulling the trigger on this one.
Give yourself about 2 hours to assemble it. It is very easy, but you don't want to screw something up
Follow the directions!
Get a matt to put it on, especially on a hardwood floor, it does slide around.
It is heavy, so if you aren't ready to lift 100lbs here and there, get some help, especially mounting the parts that have to have wiring connected like the console.
Enjoy your commercial quality bike.
After another few months, the heartbeat sensors wouldn't work again. So we called and told them it was out and also let them know that our personal user settings were also losing its settings and we had to keep re-entering them in. There's no power outages to the unit so it shouldn't be losing its settings. The warranty rep thought it may be the console panel so they ordered one for us. It was several weeks before receiving the panel.
During the wait time, the unit also started making clunking noises when you peddled hard during higher resistance. So we called it in and told them to also check this out when they got the console to us. The rep came out several weeks later and swapped out the console panel and take the unit's plastic shrouding off and tighten the tension unit. The tension unit is used to keep the rubber belt tight against the flywheel and uses a heavy spring to pull the pulley down on the rubber belt. The pulley unit is held to the chassis with 3 screws and this came lose. After this service the heartbeat monitor worked much more consistently and the user settings were remembered properly. After this service, the bike was never quiet again. When it was new, it was very quiet and there were no creaks from the unit's plastic cover. Now when you peddled, the chassis plastic would creak and pop once in a while. I tried readjusting the screws, but it did no good.
After about 17 months of use, the clunking noise started up again. I was about to call the warranty service to have it fixed again when I realized the warranty only covered one year of labor, but parts are covered for an additional year. So I decided to fix this myself as it wasn't too hard to take apart from watching the service rep the last time. All you need is to purchase a "crank arm puller" and it will take the peddles and crank arm off so you can remove the screws from the plastic cover and take everything apart to get to the inside.
Once the cover is off, you'll see the pulley tension unit and the spring that applies tension by pulling the pulley down on the belt. Using care, remove the spring (I used a pair of pliers and pushed down on the spring). Then remove the 3 screws that hold the plate. I ended up making a thin cardboard washer by tracing the tension plate and putting it between the chassis and the plate to absorb the clunking. This worked like a charm and I made sure the plastic was put back properly and tightened the screws without torquing them overly tight.
The unit is now 100% quiet again and functioning like it was when new. For such an expensive unit, the Lifecycle sure breaks down a lot. When it works, it's a great unit. But be prepared to work on it when needed. If I had to do it all over again, I wouldn't buy a Lifecycle.