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This item: Marcy Upright Mag Bike
Body Rider Fan Bike B002JB40MC
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|Special Features||Smooth and quiet magnetic resistance system||Heart rate monitor||Stable steel frame||8 Levels of tension control|
|Warranty Description||2 Year Limited||Information not provided||Frame: 1 Year||Information not provided|
|Item Weight||41 pounds||42.8 pounds||47.3 pounds||49.1 pounds|
|Dimensions||9 inches x 25 inches x 20 inches||46 inches x 31 inches x 19 inches||45.5 inches x 45.63 inches x 22 inches||25 inches x 21 inches x 11 inches|
Get an effective aerobic workout on this tall cycle with an adjustable seat that helps you achieve a perfect fit.
The Marcy ME 708 upright bike has smooth magnetic resistance with eight preset manual resistance levels.
For ease of operation an easy to read computer screen displays speed, distance, time and calories burned.
Increase or decrease the intensity of your ride with adjustable tension control.
Easy to Read Computer Screen
Easy to read computer that informs you of the speed, time, calories burned, and distance.
Adjustable seating for any user whether they are tall or short.
Pedals have straps that secure the users feet so they can comfortably use the equipment without the anxiety of losing their footing.
At the early age of 19, Walter Marcyan began training with barbells and soon after won the central AAU Light Heavyweight Lifting Championship. From 1934 through 1940, Walter Marcyan began entertaining audiences as a Vaudeville Strongman, performing incredible feats of strength and balancing acts.
In the early 1940’s, Walter Marcyan moved to Santa Monica, California where he began training at the newly established Muscle Beach: a famous training facility that still exists today and where many of the legendary pioneers of bodybuilding such as Jack LaLanne, Bill Pearl, and Arnold Schwarzenegger began their careers.
In 1946, Walter Marcyan opened the first of seven strength training gymnasiums, House of Health, in the Los Angeles area. He was the first to offer personal trainers to his members and emphasized the importance of strength training to men, women and children.
In the early 1950’s, Walter Marcyan participated in the first organized body building competitions. Based on his own personal experiences, Walter Marcyan began building his own strength training equipment for his gyms in Los Angeles.
In 1959, Walter Marcyan founded Marcy Gymnasium Equipment Company. Walter Marcyan believed that everyone should have the opportunity and the knowledge to exercise at home with their own, professional grade equipment. Walter Marcyan was an innovator and a visionary. His patented designs were years ahead of their time and still widely used in commercial and home applications today.
Now, 50 years old and still going stronger than ever, the legendary Marcy brand continues to make its mark by offering new and innovative products to consumers worldwide.
Can't seem to connect the wires of the bike and the display (had my male friend help too and he still couldn't get it to work)Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's been many years I've own an exercise bike and don't have a big budget so I found this to be the perfect pick for me. Is not too big and has a smooth ride. Read morePublished 5 days ago by K. AU
It was fairly easy to put together, with clear instructions. The action is all I hoped for. I am well satisfied.Published 6 days ago by John Clark
This is only good if you are recovering from an injury or something like that: the seat is really uncomfortable (particularly for a male) and the resistance is weak even if you set... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Galia
Excellent machine. I was over 250 have lost 49 pounds so far. Practical simple machine. Light weight. Compact . Portable. So happy I purchased.Published 6 days ago by YAHNIA
Not the greatest bike, but for the price it is very good (hence the 5 stars).
Someone said it's not made to stand on. It's a bit awkward at first, but you can. Read more
Bike works great, however; my screen never worked. It doesn't keep up with any kind of info.Published 7 days ago by Alyssa Boblett