Trixter X-Bike 800 Exercise Bike



The highly durable, commercial grade Trixter X-Bike 800 Exercise Bike is designed for use in group cycling programs, on the general CV floor and for personal training in the club and in quality home gyms as well as for home use. Comes complete with the revolutionary X-Bars to bring the natural movements of outdoor cycling indoors and for total-body fitness. The Trixter X 800 Exercise Bike is the complete body workout that emulates the natural action of real cycling. The upper and lower body action ensures a true to life body sway which is exactly like riding in the great outdoors. Plus it burns more calories, making it more worthwhile for you as well! This commercial indoor bike is ideal for all environments, including health clubs, hotels, offices and even the home, and performs superbly well in each. Incredibly stylish and functional, the Trixter X bike (manufactured by cycling legends GIANT – the Worlds largest manufacturer of bikes) is a revolution to the traditional class and exercise, and is sure to provide extra motivation and performance for the user, resulting in improved results! Features: Highly durable commercial grade indoor cycle designed for use in group cycling programs, on the general CV floor and for personal training in the club and in quality home gyms. High strength steel frame fitted with 18kg (40lb) flywheel, heavy duty steel cranks and two-way SPD/toe clip pedal system Micro adjustable rider compartment for precision fit, ‘Velo Plush’ saddle for unbeatable rider comfort and single sided SPD combo pedals with strapped toe clips 7 Levels of upper body resistance & 32 levels of pedalling resistance. Specs: Warranty: 3 years on the frame and 1 year on parts. Max user weight: 300lb Flywheel weight: 40lb Overall weight: 113lb Length: 41″ Width: 25″ Height: 38″

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