This exercise bike was designed by our teams of cardio fitness training enthusiasts. You can use it anywhere at home very easily.
Want to ride in front of the window (or the TV) but dont have an outlet nearby? No need for an outlet: the Bike500 console is self-powered by your movements. Plus: comfortable and easy to mount!
|HEART RATE||Without belt|
|NUMBER OF PROGRAMME(S)||7 programmes|
|FLYWHEEL WEIGHT||6 kg|
|NUMBER OF LEVELS OF RESISTANCE||15 levels|
|CONNECTED||Smartphone / tablet|
|MOVING COMFORT||Small wheels|
|LEVEL OF PRACTICE||INTERMEDIATE|
|LOCATION OF PRACTICE||INDOORS|
|The story of the Bike 500||“The cord is too short”, “The cord is too long, I keep tripping on it”, “I can't put it outside, since there's no outlet”, or simply, “Oh, I didn't know I needed to plug it in!” We got the idea of a self-powered exercise bike by listening to our sports users. We chose your favourite bike in our range (the Comfort) and provided it with a self-powering system. A true team effort between you, our partners, and us :)|
|How do you measure your heart rate?||Your 500 exercise bike comes with heart rate sensors integrated to the handlebar. 1. Place your hands on the sensors. 2.Your heart rate will appear on the screen of your console after a few seconds. Simple and reliable! The Hand-Pulse function (measures heart rate through the hands) should not be used by people wearing a pacemaker.|
|7 training programmes on the console:||Want to get back into shape? Tone your body? Improve your performance or lose weight? Our coaches offer 7 training plans to suit your goals. "To have fun and stay motivated, feel free to vary your workouts."|
|How do you track and improve your progress?||To analyse your statistics and track your progress, this bike is compatible with the E-Connected app. How does it work? - Each week you set a goal to achieve, whether it's time spent on your bike, distance travelled, or calories burnt. - As you exercise on your Bike500, you will see yourself approach your goal. App available on iOS and Android, rated 4/5|
|How do you adjust the bike?||To ensure a good pedalling position, start by adjusting your saddle height: Standing next to the bike, adjust it to hip height. And the handlebars? Depending on your height, higher handlebars will keep your back straighter. Lower handlebars will allow you to slightly lean your back forward (for greater power). Be sure to tighten the toe clips to fit your feet. Our team recommends retightening the screws on the bike every 6 months.|
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