Foldable Semi-Recumbent
Bike
Item# 1110
Owner’s Manual
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions carefully before using this product. Retain this
owner’s manual for future reference.
The specifications of this product may vary from this photo, subject to change without
notice.
IMPORTANT: FOR NORTH AMERICA ONLY
To request product service and order
replacement parts, please call our
customer service department at:
1-866-924-1688
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time,
or email us at: service@paradigmhw.com
Please visit our website at www.paradigmhw.com.
Please have the following information ready when requesting for service:
Your name
Phone number
Model number
Serial number
Part number
Proof of Purchase
*Before returning this product to the store please contact
customer service at the contact number.
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.
1189 Jellick Ave.
City of Industry, CA 91748, USA
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARRANTY -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
WARNING LABEL PLACEMENT ----------------------------------------------------- 4
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ------------------------------------------- 5
PARTS LIST -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
TOOLS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
OVERVIEW DRAWING ----------------------------------------------------------------- 8
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS --------------------------------------------------------- 9
ADJUSTMENTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
STORAGE ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
OPERATING THE COMPUTER ------------------------------------------------------ 15
MAINTENANCE --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
TROUBLESHOOTING ------------------------------------------------------------------ 16
WARM UP ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17
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PARTS REQUEST FAX FORM ------------------------------------------------------- 19
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that this product is
free from defects in material and workmanship when used for the purpose intended, under
the conditions that it has been installed and operated in according to Paradigm’s Owner’s
Manual. Paradigm’s obligation under this warranty is limited to replacing free of charge,
any parts which may prove to be defective under normal home use. This warranty does
not include any damage caused by improper operation, misuse or commercial application.
From the date of purchase, the product is warranted to be free from defects for 1 (one)
year. All parts and workmanship, including upholstery, foam, ball bearings, pulleys, cables,
shocks, all tension mechanisms, wheels, pedals and hardware are to be free from defects
for 90 days. This warranty is offered only to the original owner and is not transferable.
Proof of purchase is required. This warranty is offered only to the original owner and is not
transferable.
Ordering Replacement Parts
Replacement parts can be ordered by calling or emailing our customer service department
service@paradigmhw.com
1-866-924-1688
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PST).
When ordering replacement parts please have the following information ready:
1. Owner’s Manual
2. Model Number
3. Description of Parts
4. Part Number
5. Date of Purchase
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WARNING LABEL PLACEMENT
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90598 01110
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Serial No.: 1 245111000001
11245111000001
A BRIQUE EN CHINE
MADE IN CHINA/F
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Basic precautions should always be followed, including the following safety
instructions when using this equipment: Read all instructions before using this
equipment.
1.
Read all the instructions in this manual and do warm up exercises before using this
equipment.
2. Before exercise, in order to avoid injuring the muscle, warm-up exercise of every
position of the body is necessary. Refer to Warm Up pages. After exercise,
relaxation of the body is suggested for cool-down.
3. Please make sure all parts are not damaged and fixed well before use. This
equipment should be placed on a flat surface when using. Using a mat or other
covering material on the ground is recommended.
4. Please wear proper clothes and shoes when using this equipment; do not wear
clothes that might catch any part of the equipment; remember to tighten the pedaling
straps.
5. Do not attempt any maintenance or adjustments other than those described in this
manual. Should any problems arise, discontinue use and consult an Authorized
Service Representative.
6. Do not use the equipment outdoors.
7. This equipment is for household use only.
8. Only one person should be on the equipment while in use.
9. Keep children and pets away from the equipment while in use. This machine is
designed for adults only. The minimum free space required for safe operation is not
less than two meters.
10. If you feel any chest pains, nausea, dizziness, or short of breath, you should stop
exercising immediately and consult your physician before continuing.
11. The maximum weight capacity for this product is 300 lbs/136 kgs.
WARNING: Before beginning any exercise program consult your
physician. This is especially important for the persons who are over 35 years old or
who have pre-existing health problems. Read all instructions before using any
fitness equipment.
CAUTION: Read all instructions carefully before operating this product.
Retain this Owner’s Manual for future reference.
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PARTS LIST
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PARTS LIST
Part #
Description
001 Rear Frame
002 Front Frame
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
Sensor with Wire
Flywheel
Belt Wheel with Crank Axle
Bearing Bracket A
Bearing Bracket B
Bearing 6003RS
C-ring Ø17
Belt Wheel
Bearing 6000Z
Axle
Eyebolt
Tension Bracket
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
2
2
7
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
Washer Ø6.2
Nylon Nut M6
Nut M10
Washer Ø10.2xØ25
Wave Washer Ø17
Idle Wheel Axle
Nylon Nut M10
Bearing 6902Z
Axle Ø15.8x94.5L
Hexagon Socket Bolt M8x15
Rubber Cushion
Washer Ø8.2xØ25x2.0t
Screw M6x10
4
2
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
5
1
2
6
4 062
Safety Pin B
1
029
030
031
032
033
Rear Stabilizer
Computer Bracket
Seat Post
Seat Cushion
Left Pedal
Right Pedal
Computer
Oval Wire Plug 27x23xØ8x13H
Front Stabilizer End Cap
Seat Post Plastic Bushing
Tension Control Knob
Seat Height Adjustment Knob
M16
Connection Wire A
Front Frame Support Tube
Computer Post
Left Shroud
Right Shroud
Top Shroud
Round Plastic Bushing
Safety Pin A
Left Crank
Right Crank
France Nut
Crank Cover
Phillips Round Head Drilling
Screw M4x20
Phillips Round Head Tapping
Screw M4x20
Hexagon Nut Cap M8
Curve Washer Ø8.2xØ22.2
Hexagon Socket Bolt M8x45L
Flat Washer Ø8.2xØ25x1.5t
Flat Washer Ø8.2
Qty
1
1
set
1
1
1
2
2
4
6
1
2
1
2
2
5
6
4
8
3
1
1
1
1
1
034
Nylon Nut M8
4 068
Screw M4x10
Wave Washer Ø15
C-ring Ø15
Nut M6
Hexagon Socket Bolt
M8x100L
Screw M5x20
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
Qty Part #
Description
1 035
Magnet Bracket
1 036
Magnet
063
064
065
066
067
7
1
Part #
Description
069 Washer Ø18xØ5.3
070 Spring Ø8x20
071 Belt A
072 Belt B
073 Hexagon Socket Bolt M6x12
074
075
076
077
078
079
Qty
1
1
1
1
4
Part #
085
086
087
088
089
4
2
1
1
1
2
080
Spring Washer Ø6.2
Screw M5x15
Screw M6x20
Back Cushion
Back Cushion Frame
Back Cushion Tube End Cap
15x30
Spring Washer Ø8.2
090
091
092
093
094
095
081
082
Carriage Bolt M8x50L
Handlebar
2 097
1 098
083
084
Hexagon Socket Bolt M8x40L
Wheel Cap
3 099
2
4 096
Description
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Front Stabilizer
1
C-ring Ø10
2
Hexagon Socket Bolt M8x77L 1
Hand Pulse Sensor
2
Phillips Round Head Screw
2
M4x20L
Wire Plug Ø15xØ3x11H
4
Hand Pulse Wire
1
Connection Wire B 350MM
1
Connection Wire C 330MM
2
Connection Wire D 270MM
1
Handlebar Foam Grip
2
Front Frame Support Tube
End Cap Ø22.2
Plastic Bushing 20x40
Front Frame Support Tube
Holder
Handlebar End Cap Ø25.4
HARDWARE PACKING LIST
(58) Hexagon Socket Bolt M8x15
3 PCS
(33) Flat Washer Ø8.2
3 PCS
TOOLS
Wrench 13-15
1 PC
Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver
1 PC
8
2
4
1
2
95
82
96
30
83
88
9
16
83
32
91
90
49
89
99
7
84
32 34
25
23
87 32
80
26
31
79
18
28
27
3
78
58
60
27
32
29
30
32 29
34
57
98
90
84
1
59
21
93
81
77
13
45 72
58
44
32 34
47
48
50 49
51
46
85
35
76
66
45 64
52
2
10
97
70
17
90
68
9
69
67 32
11
60
97
21
22
21
5
33
58
14
51
12
92
6
86
86
62
90
37
71
29
30
65 56
11
63
36
20
74
73
15
94
75
4
54 52
55
43 39
61
8
40
42
19
24
27
43
41
43
42
25
26
53 42 38
41
40
43
61
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OVERVIEW DRAWING
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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62
Tool:
29
22
30
Wrench 13-15
1
2
29
30
85
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Step 1
Stand up the base of the machine by separating the Rear and Front Frames (1, 2).
Remove the Safety Pin A (22) from the Front Frame (2) and the Safety Pin B (62) from the
Computer Post (17). Pull the Rear and Front Frames (1, 2) apart from each other. Align
pin holes for inserting the Safety Pin A (22) then insert the removed Safety Pin A (22) into
the holes on the Rear and Front Frames (1, 2) to lock the frames in place.
Align pin holes for inserting the Safety Pin B (62) then insert the removed Safety Pin B (62)
into the holes on the Computer Post (17) and Front Frame (2) to lock the Computer Post
(17) in place.
Remove two M8 Hexagon Nuts Cap (29) and two Ø8.2xØ22.2 Curve Washers (30) from
the Front Stabilizer (85).
Remove two M8 Hexagon Nuts Cap (29) and two Ø8.2xØ22.2 Curve Washers (30) from
the Rear Stabilizer (3).
Attach the Front & Rear Stabilizer (85, 3) to the Front & Rear Frames (2, 1) each with two
M8 Hexagon Nuts Cap (29) and Ø8.2xØ22.2 Curve Washers (30) that were removed.
Tighten nuts with the Wrench provided.
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9
9
15
15
4
Tool:
94
74
73
17
Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver
Step 2
Remove four M6x12 Hexagon Socket Bolts (73) and four Ø6.2 Spring Washers (74) from
the Computer Bracket (4).
Connect the Connection Wire A (15) from the Computer Post (17) to the wire that comes
from the Computer (9). Plug Connection Wire D (94) from Computer Post (17) into
receptacle on the back of the Computer (9).
Slide the Computer Bracket (4) into the Computer Post (17). Re-install four M6x12
Hexagon Socket Bolts (73) and four Ø6.2 Spring Washers (74) that were removed.
Tighten bolts with the Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver provided.
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6
33
93
58
5
92
2
92
Tool:
93
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Wrench 13-15
Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver
Step 3
Align bolt holes on underside of Seat Cushion (6) with holes on top of Seat Post (5), then
attach with three Ø8.2 Flat Washers (33) and three M8x15 Hexagon Socket Bolts (58).
Tighten bolts with the Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver provided.
Connect the Connection Wires B (92) from the Seat Post (5) to the Connection Wires C
(93) from the Front Frame (2).
Insert the Seat Post (5) into Seat Post Plastic Bushing (12). Adjust seat position and insert
the M16 Seat Height Adjustment Knob (14). Turn the M16 Seat Height Adjustment Knob
(14) in a clockwise direction to tighten.
Hardware:
(33) Flat Washer Ø8.2
3 PCS
(58) Hexagon Socket Bolt M8x15
3 PCS
12
80
77
92
31
91
32
34
78
5
92
81
82
91
30
83
Tool:
Wrench 13-15
Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver
Step 4
Remove four M8x45L Hexagon Socket Bolts (31) and four Ø8.2 Spring Washers (80) from
the Back Cushion (77). Then attach the Back Cushion (77) onto the Back Cushion Frame
(78) with four M8x45L Hexagon Socket Bolts (31) and four Ø8.2 Spring Washers (80) that
were removed. Tighten bolts with the Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver provided.
Remove two Ø8.2xØ25x1.5t Flat Washers (32), two M8 Nylon Nuts (34), and two M8x50L
Carriage Bolts (81) from the Back Cushion Frame (78). Then attach the Back Cushion
Frame (78) onto the Seat Post (5) with two Ø8.2xØ25x1.5t Flat Washers (32), two M8
Nylon Nuts (34), and two M8x50L Carriage Bolts (81) that were removed. Tighten bolts
and nuts with the Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver and Wrench provided.
Remove two Ø8.2xØ22.2 Curve Washers (30) and two M8x40L Hexagon Socket Bolts (83)
from the Handlebar (82). Then attach the Handlebar (82) onto the Back Cushion Frame
(78) with two Ø8.2xØ22.2 Curve Washers (30) and two M8x40L Hexagon Socket Bolts (83)
that were removed. Tighten bolts with the Allen Wrench with Phillips Screwdriver provided.
Connect the Hand Pulse Wire (91) from the Handlebar (82) to the Connection Wire B (92)
from the Seat Post (5).
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Tool:
8
Wrench 13-15
7
23
Step 5
The Cranks, Pedals, Pedal Shafts and Pedal Straps are marked “R” for Right and
“L” for Left.
Insert the pedal shaft of Left Pedal (7) into threaded hole in the Left Crank (23).
Turn the pedal shaft by hand in the counter-clockwise direction until snug.
Note: DO NOT turn the pedal shaft in the clockwise direction, doing so will strip the
threads.
Tighten the pedal shaft of Left Pedal (7) with the Wrench provided.
Insert pedal shaft of Right Pedal (8) into threaded hole in Right Crank (24).
Turn the pedal shaft by hand in the clockwise direction until snug.
Tighten pedal shaft of Right Pedal (8) with the Wrench provided.
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ADJUSTMENTS
Adjusting the Tension Control Knob
To increase the load, turn the tension control knob in a clockwise direction.
To decrease the load, turn the tension control knob in a counterclockwise direction.
Adjusting the Seat Height
Turn the seat height adjustment knob in a counterclockwise direction until the seat post
can be slid up or down and then slide the seat post up or down direction to the suitable
position. Lock the seat post in place by tightening the seat height adjustment knob in a
clockwise direction.
NOTE: When adjusting the height of seat post, make sure the plastic bushing does
not exceed the mark line on the seat post.
STORAGE
22
62
62
17
98
22
2
16
1
1
2
For your convenience, the bike can be folded up and placed in a storage area.
1. Remove the Safety Pin A (22) and the Safety Pin B (62) from the bike.
2. Push the Rear and Front Frames (1, 2) together until they meet.
3. Push the Front Frame Support Tube (16) into the Front Frame Support Tube Holder
(98).
4. Align pin holes for inserting the Safety Pin A (22) then insert the removed Safety Pin A
(22) into the holes on the Rear and Front Frames (1, 2) to lock the frames in place.
5. Push the Computer Post (17) downwards and align pin holes for inserting the Safety
Pin B (62) then insert the removed Safety Pin B (62) into the holes on the Computer
Post (17) and Front Frame (2) to lock the Computer Post (17) in place.
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OPERATING THE COMPUTER
SPECIFICATIONS:
TIME ----------------------------------------------------- 0:00-99:59 MIN: SEC
SPEED -------------------------------------------------- 0.0-999.9 ML/H
DISTANCE --------------------------------------------- 0.0-999.9 ML
CALORIE ----------------------------------------------- 0.0-999.9 KCAL
ODOMETER ------------------------------------------- 0.0-999.9 ML
PULSE -------------------------------------------------- 40-240 BEATS/MIN
COMPUTER FUNTIONS:
AUTO ON/OFF: If you leave the computer idle for 4 minutes, the power will shut off
automatically.
SCAN: Press the button until the screen displays SCAN; the computer will automatically
scan the function of TIME, ODOMETER, CALORIE, PULSE , SPEED, and DISTANCE,
every 6 seconds.
TIME: Displays your elapsed workout time in minutes and seconds. The computer will
automatically count up from 0:00 to 99:59 in one second intervals.
SPEED: Displays your workout speed in miles per hour.
DISTANCE: Displays the accumulative distance traveled during each workout up to a
maximum of 999.9 miles.
CALORIE: The computer will estimate the cumulative calories burned at any given time
during your workout. The computer will count up from 0.0 to 999.9 calories.
ODOMETER: Displays the total accumulative distance traveled during each workout up to
a maximum of 999.9 miles. The data values of ODOMETER can not be reset to zero by
pressing and holding the button more than 2 seconds. If user takes out the batteries from
the computer, the ODOMETER data values will reset to zero.
PULSE: The computer will display your pulse rate in beats per minute after holding both
hands on handlebar grip sensors during exercise. To ensure the pulse readout is more
precise, please always hold on to the handlebar grip sensors with two hands instead of
one.
RESET: pressing and holding the button more than 2 seconds will reset all functional
values to zero except the odometer data values.
HOW TO INSTALL THE BATTERIES:
1. Remove the battery cover at the rear of computer.
2. Place two "SIZE-AAA" batteries into the battery housing.
3. Insure batteries are correctly positioned and battery springs are in proper contact with
batteries.
4. Re-install the battery cover.
5. If the display is illegible or only partial legible, remove batteries and wait 15 seconds
before reinstalling.
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MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
The bike can be cleaned with a soft cloth and mild detergent. Do not use abrasives or
solvents on plastic parts. Please wipe your perspiration off the bike after each use. Be
careful not get excessive moisture on the computer display panel as this might cause an
electrical hazard or electronics to fail.
Please keep the bike, specially, the computer console, out of direct sunlight to prevent
screen damage.
Please inspect all assembly bolts and pedals on the machine for proper tightness every
week.
Storage
Store the bike in a clean and dry environment away from children.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM: There is no display on the computer console.
SOLUTION: Remove the computer console and verify the wire that comes from the
computer console are properly connected to the wires that come from the computer post.
SOLUTION: Check if the batteries are correctly positioned and battery springs are in
proper contact with batteries.
SOLUTION: The batteries in the computer console may be dead. Change to new
batteries.
PROBLEM: There is no heart rate reading or is erratic / inconsistent.
SOLUTION: Make sure that the wire connections for the hand pulse sensors are secure.
SOLUTION: To ensure the pulse readout is more precise, always hold on to the handlebar
grip sensors with two hands instead of just with one hand only.
SOLUTION: Gripping the hand pulse sensors too tight. Try to maintain moderate pressure
while holding onto the hand pulse sensors.
PROBLEM: The bike makes a squeaking noise when in use.
SOLUTION: The bolts may be loose on the bike, please inspect the bolts and tighten the
loose bolts.
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WARM UP
The WARM-UP is an important part of any workout. You should begin every session by
stretching your muscles to prepare your body for more strenuous exercise. This will help
increasing your circulation and pulse rate, and deliver more oxygen to your muscles.
HEAD ROLLS
Rotate your head to the right for one count, you should feel a
stretching sensation up the left side of your neck. Then rotate your
head back for one count, stretching your chin to the ceiling and
letting your mouth open. Rotate your head to the left for one count,
then drop your head to your chest for one count.
SHOULDER LIFTS
Lift your right shoulder toward your ear for one count. Then lift your
left shoulder up for one count as you lower your right shoulder.
SIDE STRETCHES
Open your arms to the side and lift them until they are over your head.
Reach your right arm as far toward the ceiling as you can for one
count. Repeat this action with your left arm.
QUADRICEPS STRETCH
With one hand against a wall for balance, reach behind you and pull
your right foot up. Bring your heel as close to your buttocks as
possible. Hold for 15 counts and repeat with left foot.
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INNER THIGH STRETCH
Sit with the soles of your feet together and your knees pointing
outward. Pull your feet as close to your groin as possible.
Gently push your knees toward the floor. Hold for 15 counts.
TOE TOUCHES
Slowly bend forward from your waist, letting your back and
shoulders relax as you stretch toward your toes. Reach as far as
you can and hold for 15 counts.
HAMSTRING STRETCHES
Extend your right leg. Rest the sole of your left foot
against your right inner thigh. Stretch toward your toe
as far as possible. Hold for 15 counts. Relax and then
repeat with left leg.
CALF/ACHILLES STRETCH
Lean against a wall with your left leg in front of the right and
your arms forward. Keep your right leg straight and the left
foot on the floor; then bend the left leg and lean forward by
moving your hips toward the wall. Hold, then repeat on the
other side for 15 counts.
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PARADIGM
PARTS REQUEST FAX FORM
Please fax this form to (1-626-810-2166)
OR YOU CAN EMAIL CUSTOMER SERVICE REQUESTS TO
service@paradigmhw.com
NAME: ________________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: _____________________________________________________________
CITY ______________ STATE ______________ ZIP __________________
TELEPHONE: (Day) ______________________________________________________
(Night) _____________________________________________________
(Email Address) _____________________________________________
SERIAL#: __________________________________________________
MODEL#: __________________________________________________
PURCHASE DATE: ______________________________________________________
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PART #
DESCRIPTION
“YOUR ORDER WILL BE PROCESSED WITHIN 3 BUSINESS DAYS”
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