MAXXUS
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PRO SPK-23 FITNESS CYCLE
OWNER’S MANUAL
Dear customer,
Thank you for purchasing MAXXUS® Pro SPK-23 Fitness Cycle. This product was
designed to meet your workout needs and provide you with a healthier life.
Before you begin using this product, please read the Owner’s Manual completely
and thoroughly and follow the instructions of all WARNING and CAUTION labels.
If you have any questions about this product or are in need of replacement parts,
please contact Customer Service by calling (909) 212-5555.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNING & CAUTION LABELS…..…………………….……….…………………………….….....P.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.………………………………….…………………………………………P.
PARTS LIST…………….………………………………………………………………………………..P.
EXPLODED DRAWING…..…………………………………………………………………………….P.
PACKING PARTS LIST…………………...…………..…………………………………….………….P.
ASSEMBLY.………………………………………....……………………………………….….……….P.
HOW TO USE THE BIKE……………………….…………..……..…………...……………….……..P.
HOW TO MAKE RESISTANCE ADJUSTMENTS………….…………………..……………………P.
SERIAL NUMBER LABEL….…………..………..……….………………………….……………...…P.
WARRANTY..……………………..……………..………….……………………………………………P.
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WARNING & CAUTION LABELS
The diagram below shows the locations of the WARNING and CAUTION labels.
Please note the locations of these labels and carefully follow the instructions as described.
(Note: The labels shown below are not of actual size.)
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before you start to assemble and operate this product, please carefully read the Owner’s
Manual in its entirety. Please follow all instructions in this Owner’s Manual as described.
Be sure to read through the Safety Instructions below and keep this Owner’s Manual for
future reference.
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Misuse of this product may cause serious injury.
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Consult your physician before starting any exercise program.
Please follow your physician’s advice on fitness training.
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Please follow all warnings, cautions, and instructions carefully while using this product.
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Only use original parts (except personal saddle) accompanying this product.
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This product is designed for adult use only.
Do not allow children to use this product or be around this product when in use.
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The maximum user's weight is 265lbs / 120kgs.
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Place this product on an even, non-slippery surface.
Keep this product away from dust.
Avoid placing and using this product in a damp environment.
 Please wear appropriate sports clothing while exercising.
Do not wear loose clothes that could become caught on the bike.
Please wear appropriate sports shoes for foot protection.
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To stop, reduce your pedal speed and switch the tension lever to gear 8.
It is not recommended to stop by discontinuing pedaling motion as that can cause
serious injury.
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Set tension lever to maximum level (gear 8) when this product is not in use.
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This product is not intended for therapeutic use.
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Inspect product components every 1~2 months to ensure levers and connections are
snug and tight for safe operation.
Replace any worn parts immediately.
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PARTS LIST
Item
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5
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7
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Description
Main Frame
Rear Foot Bar
Front Foot Bar
U-Zone Bar
Seat Post
Handle Post
Seat Slider
Handle Bar
End Cap
Adjustable Pad
Move Wheel
Hex Head Bolt
Nylon Nut
Washer
Hex Head Bolt
Cap Nut
End Cap
Bearing
Bearing
S Nut
Belt Wheel Rod
Left Cover
Right Cover
Spring
Elbow Pad Support
Rear Cover
Front Left Cover
Front Right Cover
Screw
Screw
Screw
Screw
Tapping Screw
Tapping Screw
Flywheel
Belt Wheel
Quantity
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
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2
2
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1
1
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Item
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44
45
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60
61
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Description
Fly Wheel Rod
Spring Washer
Nut
Adjustable Bolt
Lock Nut
Brake Pad
Stopper Set
Tension Lever
Screw
Inner Chain Cover
Screw
Belt
Belt Deck
Screw
Outer Chain Cover
Round Head Screw
Left Crank
Right Crank
Left Pedal
Right Pedal
Bolt
Cap
Plug
Knob
Flat Washer
Seat
Round Head Bolt
End Cap
Washer
Spanner
Spanner
Spring Washer
Nut
Elbow Pad
Bracket
Bolt
Quantity
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2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
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2
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1
4
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10
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EXPLODED DRAWING
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PACKING PARTS LIST
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ASSEMBLY
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Read the Owner’s Manual in its entirety before assembly.
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Remove all parts from the box.
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Check to confirm receipt of all parts and quantities shown in the Packing Parts List on
page 5.
(Note: Some parts may be pre-assembled.)
STEP 2
Slide the Front Foot Bar (3) to the front of the
Main Frame (1) adding two Washers (14), two
Spring Washers (68), two Cap Nuts (16), and two
Hex Head Bolts (15) as shown in Figure 1.
** Tighten all bolts used in STEP 2 with the
two Spanner Tools (66) & (67).
** You can use the Styrofoam (inner packing
material) as a support to keep the Front
Foot Bar (3) higher for easier tightening of
the bolts.
STEP 3
STEP 1
Insert the U-Zone Bar (4) into the holes of the
Front Foot Bar (3) adding two Washers (65) and
two Round Head Bolts (63) as shown in Figure 1.
Slide the Rear Foot Bar (2) to the rear of the Main
Frame (1) adding two Washers (14) and two Hex
Head Bolts (15) as shown in Figure 1.
** Tighten all bolts used in STEP 3 with the
Spanner Tool (66).
** Tighten all bolts used in STEP 1 with the
Spanner Tool (66).
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ASSEMBLY
STEP 4
Attach the Left Pedal (55) and Right Pedal (56)
to the Left Crank (53) and Right Crank (54) as
shown in Figure 2.
** Tighten the Left & Right Pedals used in
STEP 4 with the Spanner Tool (67).
STEP 5
Insert the Seat Post (5) into the tube of the Main
Frame (1) with Knob (60) as shown in Figure 3.
** Hand tighten ONLY.
STEP 6
Affix the Seat (62) on the bar of the Seat Slider
(7).
Next, slide this set onto the Seat Post (5) with Flat
Washer (61) and Knob (60) and then tighten as
shown in Figure 3.
** Hand tighten ONLY.
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ASSEMBLY
STEP 7
Insert the Handle Post (6) into the tube of the
Main Frame (1) with Knob (60) as shown in
Figure 4.
** Hand tighten ONLY.
STEP 8
There are two holes on either side of the Handle
Bar (8) for Elbow Pad (70) adjustments.
You can choose the hole which is suitable for you
and tighten the Elbow Pad (70) onto the Handle
Bar (8).
First, insert the bolts on the underside of each
Elbow Pad (70).
Next, slide the other end of the bolts into the
holes on the Handle Bar (8) and screw on
one Nut (69) on each side as shown in Figure 4.
** Tighten all bolts and nuts used in STEP 8
with the Spanner Tool (67).
STEP 9
IMPORTANT NOTE
Please make sure all Screws, Nuts, Bolts,
Pedals and Seat are tightened in correct
position.
Attach the Handle Bar (8) onto the Handle Post (6)
with one Flat Washer (61) and Knob (60) as
shown in Figure 4.
** Hand tighten ONLY.
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HOW TO USE THE BIKE
After assembling the bike and tightening all appropriate components as instructed, you can
now begin using bike.
Handle bar, seat, and elbow pad adjustments allow you to adjust the bike to fit your size
and body frame. Seat with spring on the underside brings you comfort while riding.
Streamline surface design of this bike fits in with ergonomics and increases comfort.
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HANDLEBAR ADJUSTMENT
(1) Forward / Backward:
Loosen the knob (60) on the handle post (6), slide the handle bar (8) forward or
backward and tighten the knob (60) to lock the handle bar (8) into position.
(2) Up / Down:
Loosen the knob (60) on the main frame (1), slide the handle post (6) up or down
and tighten the knob (60) to lock the handle bar (8) into position.
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SEAT ADJUSTMENT
(1) Forward / Backward:
Loosen the knob (60) on the seat post (5), slide the seat slider (7) forward or
backward and tighten the knob (60) to lock the seat (62) into position.
(2) Up / Down:
Loosen the knob (60) on the main frame (1), slide the seat post (5) up or down and
tighten the knob (60) to lock the seat (62) into position.
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SEAT REPLACEMENT
The included seat (62) meets the standard specifications for this bike and can easily be
adjusted and removed.
This seat is interchangeable with your own seat for added personal comfort.
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ELBOW PAD ADJUSTMENT
The movable elbow pad (70) design offers users different options for adjustable elbow
positioning. There are two holes on either side of the handle bar (8) for elbow pad (70)
adjustments. You can choose the hole which is suitable for your body type and tighten
the elbow pad (70) onto the handle bar (8).
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TENSION LEVER ADJUSTMENT
This bike allows you to burn more calories at the lower tension levels. The different
levels provide you with options to extend your workout and increase muscle tone.
The 1 to 8 range of tension levels offer options for users to train their body gradually.
Gear 1 is the lowest tension level; Gear 8 is the highest tension level (brake).
Slide the tension lever (44) for tension level setting.
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WATER BOTTLE & WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
The water bottle holder can be mounted anywhere of the handle bar (8).
You can install the water bottle holder at your discretion for added convenience.
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STOP / BRAKE
If you want to stop, reduce your pedal speed and switch the tension lever to gear 8.
It’s not recommended to stop by discontinuing pedaling motion as that can cause
serious injury.
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WHEN BIKE IS NOT IN USE
When the bike is not in use, set the tension lever to maximum level (gear 8) to prevent
the flywheel from moving.
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HOW TO MAKE RESISTANCE ADJUSTMENTS
 STEP 1
Slide the Tension Lever (#44) for resistance setting.
There are 8 gears (1 through 8) of resistance.
Gear 1 has the lowest level of resistance and gear 8 has the highest level of resistance.
 STEP 2
If you want the resistance to be less, then move the gear to the lowest level of
resistance (gear 8), and slightly adjust the Shift Lever Wire (Pillar and Hexagon Screw)
as seen below.
(A) (B)
Loosen Pillar (A) slightly to increase the resistance.
Double check if the Hexagon Screw (B) beside Pillar (A) is tightened.
If it becomes loose while adjusting Pillar (A), re-tighten the Hexagon Screw (B).
** The more loose Pillar (A) is, the more resistance.
** The more tight Pillar (A) is, the less resistance.
IMPORTANT NOTE
Please slightly adjust Pillar (A) each time (about 2 threads at a time) to find the resistance
which meets your need. If you adjust Pillar (A) too much, the resistance will become greater
at the lower gears and the higher gears will not be usable.
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HOW TO MAKE RESISTANCE ADJUSTMENTS
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 STEP 3
After Steps 1 and 2 and if the resistance is still needed to be decreased or increased,
please follow the instruction below.
(E)
(C)
(D)
Press Spring (C), then U-shaped Plate (D) will become loose.
Take off the U-shaped Plate (D).
Loosen the Hexagon Screw (E) slightly to decrease the resistance.
Put back the U-shaped Plate (D).
** The more loose the Hexagon Screw (E) is, the less resistance.
** The more tight the Hexagon Screw (E) is, the more resistance.
IMPORTANT NOTE
Please slightly adjust the Hexagon Screw (E) each time (about 2 threads at a time) to find
the resistance which meets your need.
If you adjust the Hexagon Screw (E) too much, the resistance will become greater at the lower
gears and the higher gears will not be usable.
Normally, the resistance adjustment is resolved in the above 3 steps.
If the problem still exists, please proceed to Step 4.
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HOW TO MAKE RESISTANCE ADJUSTMENTS
 STEP 4
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Before you proceed further with this step, please make sure you have completed the
above Steps 1, 2, and 3.
If bike still needs more resistance adjustment, then complete Step 4.
Picture (F)
Picture (G)
Loosen the screw which is tightened on the black cap (as seen circled in blue in Picture
(F)).
Take off the screw and insert into the hole which is nearest the seat in Picture (G).
Then tighten the screw to decrease the resistance.
** Original setting: The screw is tighten on the middle hole (b).
** Change the screw to the hole nearest the seat (a), the resistance decreases.
** Change the screw to the hole farthest the seat (c), the resistance increases.
You will find the parts (shown in the above pictures) on the left-hand side and right-hand
side of the bike.
As the parts are on both sides, they are not interchangeable.
To avoid mix up, please complete one side at a time.
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SERIAL NUMBER LABEL
The diagram below shows the location of the Serial Number Label. The serial number is
indicated on the label affixed to the lower part of the Main Frame.
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(Note: The label shown below is not of actual size.)
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WARRANTY
This Limited Warranty applies in the United States to products distributed under the
MAXXUS brand name. This warranty extends only to the original purchaser and stands at
one (1) year from the date of purchase. This warranty is not transferable to anyone who
subsequently purchases the product from the original purchaser.
During the warranty period, MAXXUS has the option to replace or repair a part(s) that was
discovered damaged or has become damaged due to a manufacturer defect only, and may
be done so with serviceable used parts that are equivalent to the new parts in performance.
This warranty does not cover: faulty set up procedures, assembly errors, alterations,
modifications, misuse, abuse, accidents, improper maintenance, damage or malfunctions
caused by moving or dropping the product, unforeseen home damage, acts of nature, or
repairs not provided by MAXXUS customer service.
Questions to determine the validity of a defect claim may be done by a MAXXUS service
technician. MAXXUS reserves the right to change manufacturers of any parts to cover any
existing warranty. To obtain warranty parts, you must contact customer service (see page 1).
Any evidence of alternative or erasing will be cause for immediate void of this Limited
Warranty. This warranty does not extend to any product not purchased from an authorized
reseller or dealer. Product on which the serial number has been altered, defected, or
removed is not eligible for warranty service.
MAXXUS makes no other warranties, expressed or implied, including any implied
warranties or merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. MAXXUS expressly
claims all warranties not stated in this Limited Warranty. Neither MAXXUS nor any of its
affiliates shall be responsible for incidental or consequential damages.
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