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Production Code?
The production code number is
found in the location shown
below.
Please
write
the
production codes of your Bikes
into the Maintenance Activity
Checklists on page 18 and
page 19.
Production Code:
________________________
QUESTIONS?
At
TOMAHAWK,
we
are
committed
to
providing
complete
customer
satisfaction. If you have questions,
please contact your local
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CAUTION !
Read all precautions and
instructions in this manual
before using this equipment.
Keep this manual for future
reference.
Improper assembly,
maintenance or use can
void the warranty terms.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Precautions
page 3
Before You Begin
page 4
How to Assemble the Indoor cycle
page 5-8
How to Adjust the Indoor cycle
page 9
Pedal Strap Adjustment
page 9
Saddle Height Adjustment
page 9
Saddle Horizontal Adjustment
page 10
Handlebar Adjustment
page 11
Resistance Adjustment
page 12
How to Move the Indoor cycle
page 12
Preventative Maintenance
page 13
Daily Maintenance
page 13
Weekly Maintenance
page 13
Bi-weekly Maintenance
page 13-14
Monthly Maintenance
page 15-17
Maintenance Activity Plan & Checklists
page 18-19
Explosion Drawings of Structural Components
page 20-26
Spare Part Reference List
page 27
Limited Warranty S – X Series
page 28 - 30
The Tomahawk team thanks you for believing in our promise to
provide you the best in indoor cycling and make you part of the
Tomahawk Difference.
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the following important precautions and information
before operating the indoor cycle.
1.
It is the responsibility of the owner
to ensure that all users of the indoor
cycle are informed of all warnings
and precautions.
2.
Operate and maintain the indoor
cycle only as described in this
manual.
3.
Do not operate the indoor cycle until
it is properly assembled (see page
5-8).
4.
5.
Keep the indoor
from moisture
place the indoor
covered patio or
cycle indoors, away
and dust. Do not
cycle in a garage or
near water.
Place the indoor cycle on a level
surface. To protect the floor or
carpet from damage, place a mat
beneath the indoor cycle. Make sure
that there is adequate room around
the
indoor
cycle
to
mount,
dismount, and operate it.
8.
The indoor cycle should not be used
by persons weighing more than 350
pounds (158 kg).
9.
Always wear appropriate athletic
clothes and shoes while operating
the indoor cycle. Do not wear loose
clothes that could become caught
on the indoor cycle or shoes with
loose laces.
10. Before using the indoor cycle, make
sure that you are familiar with the
operation of the indoor cycle (see
pages 9-12).
11. The indoor cycle does not have an
independently
moving
flywheel
(wheel); the pedals will continue to
move together with the flywheel
until the flywheel stops.
12. Always
regulate
the
flywheel
resistance so that your pedalling
motion is controlled (see page 12).
6.
Regularly inspect and properly
tighten all parts of the indoor cycle
as recommended in this manual.
13. Keep your back straight while using
the indoor cycle; do not arch your
back.
7.
Children under the age of 18 should
only be allowed use of the indoor
cycle with parental consent and
guided by a specially trained
instructor.
14. If you feel pain or dizziness while
exercising, stop immediately, rest
and cool down.
15. If replacement parts are needed, use
only manufacturer supplied parts.
WARNING:
Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your physician. This is
especially important for persons over the age of 35 or persons with pre-existing
health problems. Read all instructions before using. The manufacturer assumes no
responsibility for personal injury or property damage sustained by or through the use
of this product.
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Congratulations for selecting the TOMAHAWK indoor cycle. The TOMAHAWK indoor
cycle offers an impressive array of features designed to enhance cardiovascular fitness,
tone muscles, and develop endurance. Whether users are beginners or experienced
athletes, the indoor cycle offers workouts that will help users to reach their individual
fitness goals.
IMPORTANT: Read this manual carefully before assembling or using the indoor
cycle. If you have questions after reading this manual, please contact your local distributor
or refer to the website www.indoorcycling.com. Before reading further, please familiarize
yourself with the parts that are labeled in the drawing below.
Resistance Knob
Emergency Brake Handle
Handlebar
Saddle
Adjustment Knob
Adjustment Knob
Adjustment Knob
Adjustment Knob
Brake Pad
Pedal/Toe Clip
Maintenance Cover
Flywheel
Chain Guard
Transport Wheel
Levelling Feet
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HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE INDOOR CYCLE
Due to the weight of the indoor cycle, it is recommended that two persons perform the
assembly. Set the studio cycle in a cleared area and remove all packing materials; do not dispose
of the packing materials until assembly is completed.
1. Identify the Rear Stabilizer (02 11 02).
Orient the Rear Stabilizer so the widest
parts of the Stabilizer End caps (02 11 06)
are at the rear.
1
A
While a second person lifts the rear of the
Frame, attach the Rear Stabilizer to the
Frame with two M10 x 60mm Bolts, four
M10 Washers, a Stabilizer Gasket (02 11 E
), two Plastic Washers (A), and two M10
Cap Nuts as shown (Stabilizer mounting kit
02 11 B).
M10 X 60mm Bolts
To avoid damaging the Rear Stabilizer, do
not over tighten the Cap Nuts.
2. Orient the Front Stabilizer (02 11 01) so
the widest parts of the Stabilizer End caps
are at the front.
While a second person lifts the front of the
Frame, attach the Front Stabilizer to the
Frame with two M10 x 60mm Bolts, four
M10 Washers, a Stabilizer Gasket ( 02 11 E
), two Plastic Washers (A), and two M10
Cap Nuts (Stabilizer mounting kit 02 11 B).
It is important that the plastic washers
(A) used on front and rear stabilisers
are mounted in the correct manner,
please also refer to page 24.
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A
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do not over tighten the Cap Nuts.
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3. Turn the rear Adjustment Knob (02
10 B) counter clockwise and insert the
Saddle Post (02 21 06 SX) into the
Frame. Next, bring the Saddle Post to
the desired height, and turn the
Adjustment
Knob
clockwise
to
retighten until it is snug.
3
Do not over tighten the Adjustment
Knob. Make sure the Saddle Post
does not slide while riding.
4. Loosen the M8 Bolt on the lower
side of the aluminium saddle bracket
(02 20 03) several turns without
removing it. Next, turn the upper part
of the Saddle Clamp (A) one quarter of
a turn, and set the rails of the Saddle
(01 21 VL-3134) in the grooves of the
Lower Saddle Clamp (02 20 03). Then,
lift the Upper Saddle Clamp, turn it
back to its original position, and set it
on top of the rails. Finally, firmly
retighten the Bolt and make sure that
the saddle is mounted in its most
horizontal position at the middle of the
rail.
4
A
M8 Bolt
For details please refer to page 25
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5. Turn the front Adjustment Knob (02
10 B) counter clockwise, and insert the
Handlebar Post (02 30 05 SX) into the
Frame. Next, bring the Handlebar Post
to the desired height, and turn the
Adjustment Knob clockwise to retighten
until it is snug.
02 10 B
Do not over tighten the Adjustment
Knob. Make sure the Handlebar Post does
not slide while riding.
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6. Set the stop block (02 30 06) in
indicated hole in the lower part of
Handlebar slider. Next, loosen
Adjustment Knob (02 10 D) in
Handlebar Post.
the
the
the
the
02 30 06
02 10 D
7. Remove the front M8 x 8mm grub
screw (02 30 06) from the upper part of
the Handlebar slider (02 30 02 SX). Slide
the Handlebar onto the Handlebar Post
until it stops.
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8. Reattach the front grub screw back
into the Handlebar until the end of the
grub Screw (02 30 06) almost touches
the Handlebar Post.
Finally, Slide the Handlebar to
desired position, and retighten
Adjustment Knob.
8
the
the
9. Identify the Right Pedal. Carefully
insert the Right Pedal into the Crank
Arm by turning by hand clockwise
assuring that it enters horizontally
aligned. Using a 15mm pedal wrench,
firmly tighten the Right Pedal clockwise
into the Right Crank Arm. Repeat the
same procedure for the Left Pedal but in
a counter Clockwise motion.
To avoid damaging the indoor cycle, use
only a 15mm pedal wrench to attach the
Pedals.
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10. Make sure that all parts are properly tightened before the indoor cycle is used. To
protect the floor or carpet, place a mat under the indoor cycle.
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HOW TO ADJUST THE INDOOR CYCLE
The indoor cycle can be adjusted for maximum comfort and exercise effectiveness. The
instructions below describe one approach to adjusting the indoor cycle; you may choose to adjust
the indoor cycle differently.
PEDAL STRAP ADJUSTMENT
Sit on the saddle and position your feet on the pedals, with the balls of your feet directly above
the spindles of the pedals (see the drawing below). Adjust the pedal straps so the toe clips
(cages) are snug but not too tight. Note: In the case of a Bike being fitted with Combi-pedals
(optional on the S series and Standard on the X Series), the pedals feature toe clips on one
surface and SPD cleats on the opposite surface. If desired, use the SPD cleats with cycling shoes
instead of the toe clips.
Straps
SADDLE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
Sit on the saddle and slowly pedal until the right pedal is in the lowest position. Your knees
should be slightly bent without a dropping of the hips. To avoid hyper extending your knees,
make sure that your legs are not completely straight.
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SADDLE HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT
Proper horizontal adjustment of the saddle is very important in avoiding injury to the knees. Sit
on the saddle and move the pedals until the crank arms are in horizontal position.
Using your forward most leg as a marker, your kneecap should be directly above the center of
the pedal so that a straight line is created between knee and center of the pedal (see the dotted
line in image below). To adjust the horizontal position of the saddle, first dismount the indoor
cycle. Next, loosen the rear adjustment knob, slide the saddle forward or backward as required,
and then retighten the knob.
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HANDLEBAR ADJUSTMENT
Begin with the top of the handlebar at relatively the same height or just slightly higher than the
top of the saddle (dotted horizontal line A in the drawing below) and at a neutral fore/aft
position (see dotted vertical line B in drawing below). If your knees touch the handlebars or if
you experience back discomfort while pedalling for extended periods of time, the height of the
handlebars can be adjusted. First, dismount the indoor cycle. Next, turn the front adjustment
knob counter clockwise, slide the handlebar post up or down, and then retighten the adjustment
knob.
B
Handlebar Mid-point
A
Handlebar
)
Fore – Aft (
Adjustment knob
Handlebar
Up-Down
Adjustment knob
Next, the horizontal position of the handlebars should be adjusted. If the handlebars are too
close to the saddle, your breathing may feel restricted; if the handlebars are too far from the
saddle, you may experience back discomfort. To adjust the horizontal position of the handlebars,
first dismount the indoor cycle. Check for proper handlebar position by positioning your elbow so
that it is touching the front tip of the saddle at a 90 degree angle (
) and checking that the
fingertip of your middle finger is touching the handlebar at the mid-point. If it is not as described
then loosen the Fore-Aft adjustment knob and slide the handlebars forward or backward until
your middle finger is touching the handlebar at the mid-point, and then retighten the handle.
The handlebar offers a wide variety of hand positions for personal preferences. Changing your
hand position can change the angle of your back, neck, and arms. To minimize the stress on
your muscles during your workouts, change your hand position frequently.
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RESISTANCE ADJUSTMENT
The preferred level of difficulty in pedalling (resistance) can be regulated in fine increments
by use of the resistance knob. To increase the resistance, turn the resistance knob clockwise. To
decrease the resistance, turn the knob counter clockwise.
IMPORTANT: To stop the flywheel (wheel), pull the emergency brake handle upward. The
flywheel should quickly come to a complete stop.
WARNING:
The indoor cycle does not have a
free moving flywheel (wheel); the pedals will continue to
move together with the flywheel until the flywheel stops.
Reducing speed in a controlled manner is required.
Resistance Knob
Emergency
Brake Handle
HOW TO MOVE THE INDOOR CYCLE
Due to the weight of the indoor cycle, it is recommended that two persons move it.
While one person lifts the back of the indoor cycle, the second person firmly holds the handlebar
and tips the indoor cycle forward until it rolls on the wheels. Carefully move the indoor studio
cycle to the desired location and then lower it. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of injury, use
extreme caution while moving the indoor studio cycle. Do not attempt to move it over
uneven surfaces.
If the indoor cycle rocks
on the floor after being set
down, turn the levelling
feet (see diagram) underneath
the front or rear stabilizer until the rocking
the rocking motion is
eliminated.
Leveling Feet
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Regular maintenance must be performed on the indoor cycle for optimal performance
and longevity. Please read and follow all instructions below. If the indoor cycle is not maintained
as described, components may wear excessively and the indoor cycle may become damaged.
Improper maintenance will void the warranty terms. If you have questions about maintenance,
contact your local distributor or refer to www.indoorcycling.com
Note: Many maintenance procedures require lubricant spray. Manufacturer recommends
WD40, Brunox or any other solvent free lubricant.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
1. Make sure that the indoor cycle is level. If the indoor cycle rocks on your floor, turn the levelling
feet underneath the front or rear stabilizer until the rocking motion is eliminated (see HOW TO
MOVE THE INDOOR CYCLE on page 12).
2. After each user finishes exercising, the indoor cycle should be disinfected and cleaned to
maintain a hygienic environment. First, apply a disinfectant spray to the handlebars and the
saddle. Using a lint-free cloth, dry the handlebars and the saddle. Next, apply a small amount of
disinfectant to a lint-free cloth and clean the adjustment knobs and the adjustment handles. Avoid
using strong detergents on the indoor cycle frame.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
1. Apply a small amount of the lubrication spray to a lint-free cloth, and thoroughly clean the
frame, the handlebar slider and seat sliders the flywheel and the plastic parts of the indoor cycle.
2. (Picture A) For optimal performance of the Resistance
system, and to minimize wear on the brake pad, the
solvent free lubricant spray should be applied to the
brake pad using the lubrication holes on the plastic part
of the brake pad. If fuzz or lint appears on the brake pad,
the brake pad has become too dry—lubricant spray should
be applied more frequently. Make sure brake pad is
thoroughly soaked from end to end with lubricant spray.
Then, wipe the excess off.
BI-WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
1. (Picture B) The indoor cycle should not be used if the
Emergency Brake system is not working properly. While
sitting on the saddle and pedalling, test the brake by
pulling the emergency brake handle upward. The
flywheel should come to a quick and complete stop.
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2. To maintain the easy adjustability of the
saddle post, the saddle post should be
cleaned and lubricated.
Turn the rear adjustment knob counter
clockwise and slide the saddle post out of
the frame. Apply a small amount of
lubricant spray to a lint-free cloth, and
clean the saddle post (A). Next, apply a
small amount of lubricant spray inside of
the rear frame sleeve. Then, reinsert the
saddle post into the frame and adjust it to
the desired height.
Next, loosen the rear adjustment knob and
slide the saddle carriage as far backward as
possible. Apply a small amount of lubricant
spray to a lint-free cloth, and clean the top
of the saddle slide (B). Then, slide the
saddle carriage as far forward as possible
and clean the top of the saddle slide.
Finally, adjust the saddle to the desired
position.
2
B
A
3
3. To maintain the easy adjustability of the
handlebar post, the handlebar post should
be cleaned and lubricated. First, turn the
front adjustment knob counter clockwise
and slide the handlebar post out of the
frame. Apply a small amount of lubricant
spray to a lint-free cloth, and clean the
handlebar post (A). Next, apply a small
amount of lubricant spray inside of the front
frame sleeve.
B
A
Then, reinsert the handlebar post into the
frame and adjust it to the desired height.
Next, loosen the front adjustment knob and
slide the handlebar carriage as far
backward as possible. Apply a small amount
of lubricant spray to a lint-free cloth, and
clean the top of the handlebar slide (B).
Then, slide the handlebar carriage as far
forward as possible and clean the top of the
handlebar
slide.
Finally,
adjust
the
handlebar to the desired position.
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
1
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
1. To maintain the smooth function of the
adjustment
knobs
controlling
the
handlebar and saddle (4 knobs), the metal
threads (A) on the adjustment knobs
must be lubricated.
2. To maintain the easy adjustability of
the Resistance system, the threads on the
lower end of the brake rod should be
lubricated.
A
2
First, turn the Resistance knob clockwise
until it stops. Next, look under the right or
left side of the frame and locate the brake
rod, which has two Lock nuts on its lower
end. Apply a small amount of synthetic
grease (white lithium grease) to the
threads on the brake rod above the two
lock nuts. Then, turn the resistance knob
counter-clockwise until it stops.
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3a. Chain driven Bike
3
Check the amount of play in the chain. To do
this, first sit on the saddle, place your feet on
the pedals, and move the pedals until the
crank arms are horizontal. Next, pull up the
emergency brake handle and hold it. Then,
stand on the pedals and rock forward and
backward. There should be no more than
1/8th inch (2–3 mm) of play in the chain. If
there is too much play in the chain, or if the
chain makes a clicking noise, pull off the right
and the left maintenance covers (A).
B
A
Loosen the axle nut (B) on both ends of the
flywheel axle two full turns. Next, loosen the
lock nuts (C) facing the head of the Allen bolt
on each side of the flywheel.
Then, turn both (right and left sides) of the
adjustment screws (D) on the inside of the
flywheel bracket 1/4 of a turn at a time
(tighter or looser) until the chain is properly
adjusted. Make sure to turn both
adjustment screws exactly the same
amount to avoid misalignment of the
flywheel. Finally, retighten the two lock nuts
and the two axle nuts, and reattach the
maintenance covers. Re-check the amount of
play in the chain as described at the beginning
of this step. If necessary, readjust the chain.
Do not over tighten the axle nuts (B) to
avoid damage to the flywheel bearings.
Unusual noises or vibrations are indications
that the chain has been over tightened or that
the flywheel is at an angle.
Right side view
C
D
3b. Belt Driven Bike
Check if belt is firmly tighten and does not slip
while riding under resistance load. In case
that the belt slips, proceed using the same
technique as described above. Please note
that a belt drive gear never shows slack.
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4. Check the chain for proper lubrication.
To do this, run your fingers along the
chain (not shown) in the service opening
provided (A). Make sure that the chain
is not in movement during this checkup!
4
A
If the chain feels dry, slowly turn the
flywheel with one hand while equally
applying a small amount of bicycle chain
grease along the chain. To avoid injuring
your hands, keep your hands away from
moving parts.
5. The brake pad will become worn as a
result of repeated use. The indoor cycle
should not be used if the emergency
braking system is not working properly
(see page 13)! Should you feel that the
Resistance
system’s
functions
are
deficient, it is essential to fine-tune the
Resistance system before the bike is used
again! Please check the setting of the
brake system as follows: First turn the
resistance regulator on the brake system
as far as it will go to the left (minimum
braking effect). If the setting is correct,
the brake pads should be flush with the
flywheel and barely touching so that it’s
possible to cycle with a hardly noticeable
amount of resistance. The brake pad can
be adjusted using a 10 mm wrench.
Next, check the brake pad for signs of
wear. If the brake pad does show signs of
excessive wear, thoroughly soak the
brake pad with lubricant spray using the 2
lubrication holes (B), and then wipe the
excess off.
6. Some parts of the indoor cycle may
become loose as a result of repeated use.
Check pedals, toe clips, and pedal straps,
and make sure that they are properly
tightened. Next, check all exposed
screws, bolts, and nuts, and make sure
that they are properly tightened. Finally,
check the saddle to make sure that it is
not lose damaged.
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Maintenance Activity Required Schedule
Activity
Feet leveling, disinfection and cleaning
of the bike
Servicing brake pads, detailed cleaning
of the entire bike
Check emergency brake function
Clean and lubricate saddle and
handlebar sliders / posts
Check adjustment knobs
Check brake system, lubricate
Check chain play
Check chain lubrication
Check brake pad for signs of wear
Check pedals, toe clip and straps for
signs of wear
Check all connections and fixings if they
are secure and correctly tighten
Details
found on
page…
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Daily
Weekly
Bi weekly
Monthly
X
X
13
14
X
X
15
15
16
17
17
17
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Examples of Maintenance Plan Charts for in house service technicians:
(Examples of Weekly / Bi-Weekly / Monthly)
Weekly Maintenance Checklist
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No.
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Bi-Weekly Maintenance Checklist
Bike
No.
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Bike
Observations
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Result
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SPARE PARTS
Drive Gear Parts
For optional belt
drive please refer
to page 23
Brake Parts
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Flywheel
For optional belt
drive please refer
to page 23
Chain Guard
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E-motion Kit
02 43 05 (red)
02 43 06 (white)
02 43 07 (green)
02 43 08 (yellow)
Frame
2004 RA SX
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Belt Drive Kit
Sensitive Cycling Kit
02 32 10
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Rear Stabilizer
Front Stabilizer
02 11 E
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Protection Plates
Saddle support
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Handlebar
02 10 B
Pedals
01 40 A
01 40 A 1
(Combi-Pedals with SPD Clips)
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SPARE PARTS LIST
Part no.
Description
01 40 A 1
01 40 A
Drive gear parts
Chain
Chain ring
Chain ring bolt
Right crank
Left crank
Flange nuts for crank
BB assembly MD20
Ball bearing SKF 6004Z
Brake parts
Brake adjustment knob
Adjustment ball
Emergency brake handle
Bell crank
Brake pad
Upper brake rod
Lower brake system
Brake adjustment drum
Flywheel
Flywheel axle
Chain tensioner
Flywheel bearing 6001Z
16 cogs flywheel sprocket
S-Series flywheel
X-Series flywheel
Smart Drive (X-Series)
Chain Guard
outer Chain guard
Plastic cover
inner Chain guard
Plastic washer
Left cover
Allen bolt M4x15
Pedals
Combi-Pedals (Optional on S)
Standard Pedals on S Series
020110
Accessories
EYE Computer
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
D
F4
90
CrMo R
CrMo L
CS
CMD20
C 2 RS
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
A SX
02
01
06
04
03 A SX
05 SX
03 B
02
02
02
02
02
02
02
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
H
02
HL
E
08 S
08 X
08 SD
02
02
02
02
02
02
42
42
42
99
43
99
02
04
01
05
03
03
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02
02
02
02
43
43
43
43
05
06
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08
2004 RASX
02 10 A
02 20 05
02 20 04
02 10 C
02 40 B
02 32 10
01 21 S
02 32 00
02
02
02
02
02
11
11
11
11
99
E
02
06
05 B
11
02
02
02
02
11
11
99
11
01
B
10
A
02 21 05 SX
02 21 06 SX
02 10 B
02 10 A
0121VL3134
02 20 03
02
02
02
02
30
30
30
10
05 SX
02 SX
06
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E-motion Kits
E-motion Kit Red
E-motion Kit White
E-motion Kit Green
E-motion Kit Yellow
Frame
S or X-Series Frame
Vertical insert sleeve
Rubber stop saddle tube
Rubber stop handleb. tube
Push block
Belt drive kit
Belt drive kit
Sensitive Cycling
Sensitive Cycling Kit
Sensitive Cycling saddle
Sensitive Cycling Module
Rear stabilizer
PVC gasket
Rear stabilizer
Plastic end cover
Rubber foot stand
Rear protection plates
Front stabilizer
Front stabilizer
Stabilizer mounting kit
Front protection plates
Transport wheel
Saddle support
Horizontal saddle support
Vertical saddle support
Adjustment knob
Vertical insert sleeve
Velo Saddle
Saddle clamp
Handlebar
Vertical handlebar stem
Handlebar
Stop block
Adjustment knob
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LIMTED WARRANTY
S & X Series
(page 1)
Cytech GmbH warrants that all new equipment will be free of manufacturing defects in workmanship and
materials, becoming effective on the date of original installation. Parts repaired or replaced under the terms of
this warranty will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period only. Warranty may vary by
region or country.
LIMITED WARRANTY S-SERIES INDOOR CYCLE
Limited Warranty
Parts are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the duration of the warranty period
as described below.
5 Year warranty: Frame construction, welding, seat and handlebar sliders; rubber sprocket, roll ring*
3 Year warranty: Brake system, Adjustment Knobs, Crank Arms, Drive Gear components, Bottom Bracket
assembly, Flywheel hub assembly, Powder Coating
2 Year warranty: Combi-Pedals with SNCM 220 CNC (axle)*, Chain,
1 Year warranty: Saddle, Standard pedals (axle) Insert Sleeves for Saddle and Handlebar posts
Following parts are not covered under warranty and considered wear items:
Pedal straps, Brake Pads, Pedal Binding System, Toe clips, Seat Cover
(* optional items)
Limited warranty does not apply to:
1. Repairs performed on Product with missing, altered, or defaced serial numbers
2. Repair pick-up, delivery, or freight charges other than those specified below
3. Labor costs
LIMITED WARRANTY X-SERIES INDOOR CYCLE
Limited Warranty
Parts are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for the duration of the warranty period
as described below.
5 Year warranty: Frame construction, welding, seat and handlebar sliders; rubber sprocket, roll ring, Brake
system, Adjustment Knobs, Crank Arms, Drive Gear components, Bottom Bracket assembly, Flywheel hub
assembly, Powder Coating
2 Year warranty: Combi-Pedals with SNCM 220 CNC (axle), Chain, Insert Sleeves for Saddle and Handlebar
posts, SDS clutch (Smart Drive System)
1 Year warranty: Saddle, Standard pedals (axle), Insert Sleeves for Saddle and Handlebar posts
Following parts are not covered under warranty and considered wear items:
Pedal straps, Brake Pads, Pedal Binding System, Toe clips, Seat Cover
Limited warranty does not apply to:
1. Repairs performed on Product with missing, altered, or defaced serial numbers
2. Repair pick-up, delivery, or freight charges other than those specified below
3. Labor costs
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LIMTED WARRANTY
S & X Series
(page 2)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY (S & X SERIES)
Terms and Conditions:
1. The expressed warranty is provided according to the guidelines listed below and applies on the S and X Series only while:
a) proper assembly and maintenance as required in the Care and Maintenance Manual has been followed.
(Important note: Improper assembly of the Product or improper maintenance will void the warranty
terms)
b) it remains in the possession of the original purchaser and proof of purchase is demonstrated,
c) it has not been subject to accident, misuse, abuse, improper service or modification, and
d) claims are made within the warranty period
2. If a legitimate warranty claim is determined the local Product distributor will deliver or ship to you any new or
rebuilt replacement part or component, or, at the option of the manufacturer, replace the Product. Any shipment
cost incurred by the commercial client for the purpose of inspection of part by the local Product distributor will
only be reimbursed after legitimacy of the claim is established by the manufacturer. Method of shipment must be
approved in writing by local Product distributor prior mailing. In the case of non-legitimate claims the purchaser
carries the cost of the replacement parts and the shipping.
3. This warranty does not cover damage or equipment failure caused by failure to provide required maintenance
as outlined in this manual. Any failures or damage caused by unauthorized service, misuse, accident, negligence
or improper assembly or installation; debris resulting from any construction or repair activities in the Product’s
environment; rust or corrosion as a result of the Product’s location; alterations or modifications made without
written authorization; or failure on your part to use, operate, and maintain the Product as set forth in this manual
will void this warranty. All terms of this warranty are void if the Product is moved beyond the country to
which it was originally sold and are then subject to the terms provided by that country’s local authorized
Cytech GmbH representative.
4. Cytech GmbH. Limited Warranty service can be obtained by contacting your local Product distributor. You can
also reach us directly for support at www.indoorcycling.com.
5. Product limited warranty is void when Product is installed in a country other than where sold.
Your Responsibility
The purchaser is obligated to examine the goods immediately on delivery, for defects, otherwise the goods are
considered approved and accepted. Retain proof of purchase; install, use, operate, and maintain the Product as
specified in this manual; notify Customer Service of any defect within 10 days after discovery of the defect; and, if
instructed, return any defective part for replacement, or, if instructed, return the entire Product for repair.
Placing a Warranty Claim
Simply contact your local Product distributor, provide them your name, address, and the serial number of your
Product. A representative will assess the situation and take appropriate measures. If applicable you will be told
how to get a replacement part.
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LIMTED WARRANTY
S & X Series
(page 2)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY (S & X SERIES)
Exclusive Warranty
Cytech GmbH nor its distributors are responsible or liable for indirect, special, or consequential damages arising
out of, or in connection with, the use or performance of the Product or damages with respect to any economic
loss, loss of property, loss of revenues or profits, loss of enjoyment or use, costs of removal or installation, or
other consequential damages of whatsoever nature. Unauthorized Changes to Warranty
The terms of this Limited Warranty cannot be changed, modified, or extended by anyone including local Product
distributors without the signed acceptance by Cytech GmbH.
Country Laws
This warranty gives you specific legal rights according to European regulations and you may have other rights
which vary from country to country.
Some countries may not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. Accordingly, the
above limitation may not apply to you. The warranty extended hereunder is in lieu of any and all other warranties
and any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose is limited in its scope and
duration to the terms set forth herein.
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CYTECH GmbH
World Headquarter
Happurger Straße 84-88
90482 Nürnberg
Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 911 54 44 50
Fax: +49 (0) 911 54 44 529
E-Mail: info@indoorcycling.com
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