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Horizon Fitness R3 Exercise Bike User Manual
H-SERIES
FOR MODEL:
R3
BIKE USER’S GUIDE
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
CONGRATULATIONS and THANK YOU for your purchase of this Horizon Fitness bike!
ASSEMBLY
Whether your goal is to win races or simply enjoy a fuller, healthier lifestyle, a Horizon Fitness bike can
help you attain it – adding club-quality performance to your at-home workouts, with the ergonomics
and innovative features you need to get stronger and healthier, faster. Because we're committed to
designing fitness equipment from the inside out, we use only the highest quality components. It's a
commitment we back with one of the strongest frame-to-brake warranty packages in the industry.
You want exercise equipment that offers the most comfort, the best reliability and the highest quality
in its class.
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
Horizon Fitness delivers.
5
Before You Begin
13
Bike Operation
14
Conditioning Guidelines
25
Troubleshooting & Maintenance
31
Limited Warranty
35
CONTACT INFORMATION
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
Assembly
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
4
Back Panel
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Important Precautions
BIKE
OPERATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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BIKE
OPERATION
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
At NO time should pets or children under the age of 12 be closer to the bike than 10 feet.
At NO time should children under the age of 12 use the bike.
Children over the age of 12 should not use the bike without adult supervision.
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
ASSEMBLY
UNPACKING
Unpack the product where you will be using it. Place the product on a level flat surface. It is recommended
that you place a protective covering on your floor. During each assembly step, ensure that ALL nuts and
bolts are in place and partially threaded in before completely tightening any ONE bolt.
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
• If you experience chest pains, nausea, dizziness, or shortness of breath, stop exercising immediately and
consult your physician before continuing.
• Maintain a comfortable pace.
• To maintain balance, it is recommended to keep a grip on the handlebars while exercising, mounting or
dismounting the machine.
• Do not wear clothes that might catch on any part of the bike.
• Do not insert or drop any object into any opening.
• Unplug bike before moving or cleaning it. To clean, wipe surfaces down with soap and slightly damp cloth
only; never use solvents. (See MAINTENANCE)
• This bike should not be used by persons weighing more than 300 pounds. Failure to comply will void the
warranty.
• This bike is intended for in-home use only. Do not use this bike in any commercial, rental, school or
institutional setting. Failure to comply will void the warranty.
• Do not use bike in any location that is not temperature controlled such as but not limited to: garages,
porches, pool rooms, bathrooms, car ports or outdoors. Failure to comply may void the warranty.
• Use the bike only as described in this manual.
There are several areas during the assembly process of a bike that special attention must be paid. It is very
important to follow the assembly instructions correctly and to make sure all parts are firmly tightened. If the
assembly instructions are not followed correctly, the bike could have frame parts that are not tightened and
will seem loose and may cause irritating noises. To prevent damage to the bike, the assembly instructions
must be reviewed and corrective actions should be taken.
Note: A light application of grease may aid in the installation of hardware. Any grease, such as lithium
bike grease is recommended.
BIKE
OPERATION
ASSEMBLY
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electrical shock or injury to persons:
IMPORTANT: READ THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE!
Before proceeding, find your bike’s serial number
located on the front stabilizer tube and enter it in the
space provided below. Also locate the model name
which is located on the front plastics.
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Read all instructions before using this bike. When using an electrical product, basic precautions should
always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before using this bike. It is the responsibility
of the owner to ensure that all users of this bike are adequately informed of all warnings and precautions. If
you have any questions after reading this manual, contact Customer Tech Support at the number listed on
the back panel of this manual.
Enter your serial number and
model name in the boxes below:
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
ASSEMBLY
SERIAL NUMBER:
MODEL NAME:
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It is essential that your bike is used only indoors, in a climate controlled room. If your bike has been exposed to
colder temperatures or high moisture climates, it is strongly recommended that the bike is warmed up to room
temperature before first time use. Failure to do so may cause premature electronic failure.
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* Also enter this serial number on your Warranty Card.
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I M P O R TA N T PRECAUTIONS
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BASE FRAME
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
REAR
END(A)
CAPS
BOLT
CONSOLE MAST
SPRING WASHER (B)
FLAT WASHER (C)
WATER BOTTLE CAGE
MAST BOOT
SEAT BACK
SEAT FRAME
BOLT (A)
SPRING WASHER (B)
FLAT WASHER (C)
LEVELER ADJUSTER
LEVELER
MAIN FRAME
ASSEMBLY
LOWER HANDLEBAR
SEAT BASE
SEAT GUIDERAIL
FRONT STABILIZER TUBE
ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
UPPER HANDLEBAR
REMOTE RESISTANCE TOGGLES
INTRODUCTION
ASSEMBLY STEP 1
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
INTRODUCTION
BASE FRAME
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
REAR END
CAPS
CONSOLE
FRONT CAP
LEVELER ADJUSTER
LEVELER
CAP
BASE FRAME
PEDALS
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
FRONT STABILIZER TUBE
MAIN FRAME
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
c 1 Console
c 1 Lower Handlebar
c 4mm L Wrench
c 1 Console Mast
c 1 Upper Handlebar
c 5mm L Wrench
c 1 Main Frame
c 5 Hardware Bags
c 5mm T Wrench
c 1 Base Frame
c 1 Rear Stabilizer
c 13/15mm Flat Wrench
c 1 Front Stabilizer Tube
c 2 Front End Caps
c 2 Pedals with Straps
c 2 Rear End Caps
c 1 Mast Boot
c 2 Levelers and Adjusters
c 1 Seat Back
c 1 Audio Adaptor Cable
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
c 1 Seat Base
BOLT (A)
SPRING WASHER (B)
WASHER (C)
A
Open HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 1.
B
Slide REAR END CAPS onto REAR STABILIZER TUBE.
C
Attach 2 LEVELERS and LEVELER ADJUSTERS (found in the hardware box) to the bottom of the REAR
STABILIZER TUBE and secure tightly.
D
Attach the REAR STABILIZER TUBE to the BASE FRAME using 4 BOLTS (A), 4 SPRING WASHERS (B) and 4
FLAT WASHERS (C).
E
Slide FRONT END CAPS into FRONT STABILIZER TUBE with wheels facing forward and attach using 2
SCREWS (D) with provided Phillips screwdriver.
F
Attach the FRONT STABILIZER TUBE to the MAIN FRAME using 4 BOLTS (A), 4 SPRING WASHERS (B) and 4
FLAT WASHERS (C).
c 1 Seat Frame
c 1 Water Bottle Holder
BIKE
OPERATION
c Phillips Screwdriver
SCREW
(D)
MAIN FRAME
FRONT END CAP
SCREW (D)
FRONT END CAP
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
PARTS INCLUDED
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
BIKE
OPERATION
TOOLS INCLUDED
BOLT (A)
SPRING WASHER (B)
WASHER (C)
HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 1 CONTENTS :
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WARRANTY
If you have questions or if there are any missing parts, contact Customer Tech Support.
If any warning decals become worn, damaged, or missing, they should be replaced.
Contact information is located on the back panel of this manual.
BOLT (A)
20 mm
Qty: 8
SPRING WASHER (B)
15.4 mm
Qty: 8
WASHER (C)
18 mm
Qty: 8
SCREW (D)
10 mm
Qty: 2
For a complete exploded diagram, visit us at www.horizonfitness.com
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BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
END CAP
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
FRONT STABILIZER TUBE
SEAT ADJUSTMENT LEVER
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
A S S E M B LY S T E P 2
ASSEMBLY STEP 3
PEDAL STRAP
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
MAIN FRAME
BASE FRAME
CONNECT WIRES
LEFT PEDAL
ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
LEFT CRANK ARM
PEDAL STRAP
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
Open HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 2.
B
Connect wires from BASE FRAME to MAIN FRAME.
C
Slide MAIN FRAME into BASE FRAME.
D
Attach the BASE FRAME to the MAIN FRAME using 5 BOLTS (A), 5 SPRING WASHERS (B) and
5 WASHERS (C).
RIGHT CRANK ARM
Note: There is no hardware bag for this step.
A
DO NOT PINCH WIRES!
RIGHT PEDAL
BIKE
OPERATION
BIKE
OPERATION
A
Attach the Pedal STRAP to the PEDALS.
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
B Attach the Right Pedal onto the Right Crank Arm, tightening it clockwise with the provided
13mm/15mm Flat Wrench.
C Attach the Left Pedal onto the Left Crank Arm, tightening it Counter-Clockwise with the provided
13mm/15mm Flat Wrench.
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
Note: The Left Crank Arm is reverse threaded so it is very important that it is tightened
Counter-Clockwise. Tightening it the opposite way can damage the pedal or the crank arm or both.
HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 2 CONTENTS :
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BOLT (A)
20 mm
Qty: 5
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15.4 mm
Qty: 5
WASHER (C)
18 mm
Qty: 5
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YOU BEGIN
WASHER (C)
SPRING WASHER (B)
BOLT (A)
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SEAT LEVER
RECESS
RECESS
SEAT FRAME
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
SEAT LEVER
BOLTS
(E)
SPRING WASHERS (B)
SEAT GUIDE RAIL
BOLTS (E)
SPRING WASHERS (B)
ASSEMBLY STEP 5
LOWER HANDLEBAR
SEAT FRAME
LOWER HANDLEBAR
STEP D
STEP B
INTRODUCTION
WAVY WASHERS (G)
BOLTS (F)
EXPOSED WIRES
EXPOSED WIRES
COVERED WIRE
LOWER HANDLEBAR
COVERED WIRE
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
INTRODUCTION
A S S E M B LY S T E P 4
SEAT GUIDE RAIL
SEAT LEVER CLAMP
SEAT BASE
BOLTS (E)
SPRING WASHERS (B)
SEAT FRAME
SEAT BASE
SEAT FRAME
ASSEMBLY
WAVY WASHERS (G)
BOLTS (F)
PULSE GRIP WIRESSEAT LEVER CLAMP
SEAT FRAME WIRES
NOTE: Be sure to keep SEAT LEVER positioned upward as
shown. Orientate SEAT LEVER CLAMP with rounded edge
facing away from SEAT GUIDE RAIL as shown above.
WAVY WASHERS (G)
BOLTS (F)
PRE-ATTACHED WASHERS
ASSEMBLY
PULSE GRIP WIRES
SEAT FRAME WIRES
PULSE GRIP WIRES
WIRE CLIP
SEAT FRAME WIRES
WIRE CLIP
SEAT GUIDE RAIL
PRE-ATTACHED SPRING WASHERS
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
CAP
PRE-ATTACHED BOLTS
SEAT BACK
SEAT GUIDE RAIL CAP
SEAT BACK
BASE FRAME
A
PRE-ATTACHED
SPRING WASHERS
Open HARDWARE
BAG FOR
B
PRE-ATTACHED
BOLTS
Attach the
SEAT BASE
to the SEAT FRAME using 4 BOLTS (F) and 4 WAVY WASHERS (G).
STEP 4.
CAP
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
CAP
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
D
BOLTS through the rear of the SEAT GUIDE RAIL as shown above. Lock SEAT FRAME into place by
SlidePRE-ATTACHED
the SEAT FRAME
pushing
downRAIL
on SEAT
LEVER. NOTE: Seat lever will face forward when in locked position.
STOPPER
SEAT GUIDERUBBER
CAP
E
Attach the RUBBER
STOPPER
to the bottom of the SEAT GUIDE RAIL using 1 SCREW (H).
SCREW
(H)
F
Set assembled SEAT GUIDE RAIL on the grooves of the BASE FRAME.
G
Re-attach
the PRE-ATTACHED BOLTS, SPRING WASHERS and WASHERS through the BASE FRAME into each
RUBBER STOPPER
end of the SEAT GUIDE RAIL. DO NOT TIGHTEN UNTIL ALL FOUR BOLTS HAVE BEEN STARTED.
H
Snap SEAT GUIDE RAIL CAPS back onto each end of SEAT GUIDE RAIL.
BASE FRAME
SCREW (H)
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Open HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 5.
B
Connect the SEAT FRAME WIRES to the PULSE GRIP WIRES as shown above.
C
Press COVERED WIRE into WIRE CLIP just before EXPOSED WIRES as shown above. Tuck EXPOSED WIRES
under RECESS in LOWER HANDLEBAR.
D
Attach the LOWER HANDLEBAR to the SEAT FRAME using 4 BOLTS (E) and 4 SPRING WASHERS (B).
DO NOT PINCH WIRES!
E
HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 4 CONTENTS :
BOLT (F)
35 mm
Qty: 4
A
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
SEAT GUIDE RAIL
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
PRE-ATTACHED WASHERS
WAVY WASHERS (
BOLTS (
RAIL CAP
Remove SEAT
SEATGUIDE
GUIDE
RAIL CAPS, then remove the PRE-ATTACHED BOLTS, SPRING WASHERS and WASHERS
PRE-ATTACHED
SPRING
WASHERS
from both ends of the SEAT GUIDE RAIL and lift from base frame. Note the orientation
BASE FRAME of the seat guide rail.
C
WAVY WASHERS (G)
BOLTS (F)
WAVY WASHERS (G)
BOLTS (F)
SEAT GUIDE RAIL
BIKE
OPERATION
SCREW (H)
PRE-ATTACHED WASHERS
Attach the SEAT BACK to the SEAT FRAME using 4 BOLTS (F) and 4 WAVY WASHERS (G).
HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 5 CONTENTS :
WAVY WASHER (G)
18 mm
Side View Qty: 4
SCREW (H)
8 mm
Qty: 1
RUBBER STOPPER
Qty: 1
BOLT (E)
15 mm
Qty: 4
SPRING WASHER (B)
15.4 mm
Qty: 4
BOLT (F)
35 mm
Qty: 4
WAVY WASHER (G)
18 mm
Side View Qty: 4
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OPERATION
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INTRODUCTION
B
Slide the MAST BOOT onto the MAST as shown.
Tie the CONSOLE WIRES to the pre-attached
twist tie. Carefully pull console wires through
the CONSOLE MAST. Discard twist tie when
finished.
CONGRATULATIONS! on choosing your bike. You’ve taken an important step in developing and
C
Attach the CONSOLE MAST to the MAIN FRAME
using 4 BOLTS (A), 4 SPRING WASHERS (B)
and 4 FLAT WASHERS (C) from the sides and
1 SET SCREW (I) from the front.
• Weight Loss
• A Healthier Heart
• Improved Muscle Tone
• Increased Daily Energy Levels
D
Attach the UPPER HANDLEBAR to the CONSOLE
MAST using 2 BOLTS (K) and 2 SPRING
WASHERS (B).
E
Attach the CONSOLE MAST wires to the
CONSOLE wires and carefully tuck the
CONSOLE MAST wires into the CONSOLE MAST
before attaching the CONSOLE.
The key to reaping these benefits is to develop an exercise habit. Your new bike will help you eliminate
obstacles that prevent you from exercising. Inclement weather and darkness won't interfere with your
workout when you use your bike in the comfort of your home. This guide provides you with basic information
for using and enjoying your new machine.
MAST BOOT
SET SCREW (I)
ASSEMBLY
BOLT (A)
SPRING WASHER (B)
FLAT WASHER (C)
CONSOLE MAST
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
F
Attach CONSOLE to the CONSOLE MAST using
the 4 PRE-ATTACHED SCREWS (screws will
have to be removed from the console first).
BIKE
OPERATION
DO NOT PINCH WIRES!
CONSOLE WIRES
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
G
Attach WATER BOTTLE CAGE using
2 SCREWS (L).
H
Connect AC ADAPTOR to the AC ADAPTOR
INPUT, located at front of the main frame.
Connect ADAPTOR to a power outlet.
sustaining an exercise program! Your bike is a tremendously effective tool for achieving your personal
fitness goals. Regular use of your bike can improve the quality of your life in so many ways.
Here are just a few of the health benefits of exercise:
ASSEMBLY
UPPER HANDLEBAR
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
SPRING WASHER (B)
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Open HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 6.
LOCATION OF THE BIKE
Place the bike on a level surface. Do not place the bike in any area that will block any vent or air openings.
The bike should not be located in a garage, covered patio, near water or outdoors.
ADJUSTING LEVELERS
Adjust the 2 rear levelers so that the bike is level on the floor. Then adjust the third leveler located
under the BASE FRAME TUBE just so it is snug with the floor.
BIKE
OPERATION
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
BOLT (K)
A
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
CONSOLE MAST WIRES
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
ADJUST HEIGHT
LOCK ADJUSTMENT
WATER BOTTLE CAGE
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
SCREWS (L)
HARDWARE BAG FOR STEP 6 CONTENTS :
BOLT (A)
20 mm
Qty: 4
SPRING WASHER (B)
15.4 mm
Qty: 6
WASHER (C)
18 mm
Qty: 4
SCREW (L)
10 mm
Qty: 2
SET SCREW (I)
10 mm
Qty: 1
BOLT (K)
15 mm
Qty: 2
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INTRODUCTION
CONSOLE DISPLAY
ASSEMBLY
Do not operate the bike if the power cord or plug is damaged.
If the bike appears to not be working properly, do not use the bike.
A
K
CALORIES
INSTRUCTIONS
H
3 Press START to begin program.
G
PACE
WATTS
SPEED
L E V E L
1
2
3
4
S E L E C T
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
Your bike has a pair of transport wheels built into
the FRONT STABILIZER TUBE. To move, first remove
the power supply and firmly grasp the handle on
the rear stabilizer tube, carefully tilt and roll.
L
Use: UP and DOWN Arrow Keys.
To Advance press ENTER.
Use: UP and DOWN Arrow Keys.
To Advance press ENTER.
F
B
2 To Adjust PROGRAM SETTINGS
1 To Select PROGRAM
SET
LEVEL
INCLINE
MOVING
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
K
ASSEMBLY
Your bike is powered by a power supply. The power must be plugged into the power jack, which is located in
the front near the STABILIZER TUBE. There is also an on/off switch located on the back of the console.
S TA RT
PAUSE
5
/
6
A D J U S T
7
8
9
10
E
P R O G R A M
ENTER
CHANGE DISPLAY
STOP
HOLD TO RESET
I
C
D
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
POWER
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
A
Monitor Display: Time, Level, Heart Rate, Distance, Calories, Speed, Program Profiles.
B
START/PAUSE: Press to start/pause your workout.
C
STOP: Press to end/pause your workout. (Hold for 3 seconds to reset the bike).
To adjust the seat turn the handle up into its middle position making the handle feel loose. Then, slide the
seat to a position that puts you in a comfortable pedaling range (one that keeps a slight bend in your knee
while your legs are in the extended position). Lock the mechanism by rotating it down until handle tightens.
D
ENTER: Used to set your program and change program / display settings.
E
Up/down ARROW KEYS: Used to select / adjust your program and program settings.
F
RESISTANCE Keys: Used to reach desired resistance more quickly.
NOTE: It is recommended that you do not sit on the seat while adjusting its position.
G
FAN BUTTON: Used to adjust fan to 3 speed levels.
H
AUDIO IN: Plug your personal music player into the console using the included adaptor wire.
I
Reading Rack/MUSIC PLAYER HOLDER: Holds reading material or music player.
J
Fan: Personal workout fan.
K
SPEAKERS: Music plays through speakers when your personal music player is connected to console.
L
ON/OFF Switch: Located on back of console.
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Note: There is a thin protective sheet of clear plastic on the overlay of the console and should be removed.
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
BIKE
OPERATION
Our bikes are well built and heavy, weighing up to 200 lbs! Use care and
additional help if necessary when moving.
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OPERATION
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B I K E O P E R ATION
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2
Start Bike by pedaling or pressing any button.
3
Press START button and begin exercising.
Program will automatically default to Manual (P1), the time will count up from 0:00, and the resistance
will default to level 1.
The resistance level can be adjusted during the workout.
SELECTING PROGRAMS
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Plug in and turn on/off switch to the “ON” position located on the back of the console.
Allows you to adjust the resistance level to your preference, without a preset program.
P2: Intervals 1
Improves your strength, speed and endurance by raising and lowering the resistance levels throughout your
workout to involve your heart and other muscles.
P3: Intervals 2
ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
1
P1: Manual
Improves your strength, speed and endurance by raising and lowering the resistance levels throughout
your workout to involve your heart and other muscles. Interval segments vary from Intervals 1 for workout
variation.
P4: Rolling 1
Creates the feeling of moving up and down hills by gradually increasing and decreasing the resistance.
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
1
Use the ARROW KEYS to scroll through programs.
2
Press ENTER to select a program.
3
Use the ARROW KEYS to set TIME, LEVEL, and WEIGHT.
Creates the feeling of moving up and down hills by gradually increasing and decreasing the resistance.
Longer intensity levels than Rolling 1.
Press ENTER to select each program setting.
Press the START button to begin program.
P6: Weight loss
P5: ROLLING 2
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Q U I C K S TA RT
P rogram Profiles
Promotes weight loss by raising and lowering the resistance level, while keeping you in your fat burning zone.
BIKE
OPERATION
BIKE
OPERATION
P7: WEIGHT LOSS PLUS
Promotes weight loss by raising and lowering the resistance level, while keeping you in your fat burning
zone. Greater intensity levels than Weight Loss.
P8: TEMPO 1
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
Place the palm of your hands directly on the grip pulse handlebars. Both hands must grip the bars for your heart
rate to register. It takes 5 consecutive heart beats (15-20 seconds) for your heart rate to register. When gripping
the pulse handlebars, do not grip tightly. Holding the grips tightly may elevate your blood pressure. Keep a loose,
cupping hold. You may experience an erratic readout if consistently holding the grip pulse handlebars. Make sure
to clean the pulse sensors to ensure proper contact can be maintained.
IMPORTANT: The heart rate function on this product is not a medical device. While heart rate grips can
P9: TEMPO 2
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
PULSE GRIPS
Program cues you to pedal at high, medium and low speeds for an exciting and challenging workout.
Program cues you to pedal at high, medium and low speeds for an exciting and challenging workout.
Longer intensity levels than TEMPO 1.
P10: RANDOM 1
Provides even more work out variety by mixing up your resistance levels.
P11: RANDOM 2
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
H E A R T R AT E
Provides even more work out variety by mixing up your resistance levels. Greater intensity levels than
Random 1.
provide a relative estimation of your actual heart rate, they should not be relied on when accurate readings
are necessary. Some people, including those in a cardiac rehab program, may benefit from using an alternate
heart rate monitoring system like a chest or wrist strap. Various factors, including movement of the user, may
affect the accuracy of your heart rate reading. The heart rate reading is intended only as an exercise aid in
determining heart rate trends in general. Please consult your physician.
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C O N S O L E O P E R AT I O N
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75% of Max Heart Rate: For advanced users and short to mid range cardio workouts. Burns fat,
tones muscles and challenges the heart.
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
80% of Max Heart Rate: For advanced users and short workouts. Burns fat, strengthens and tones
muscles, and challenges the entire cardiovascular system.
P13: CUSTOM 1
Design and store your own custom exercise program.
BIKE
OPERATION
P14: CUSTOM 2
Design and store your own custom exercise program.
INTRODUCTION
Bike a series of alternating resistance levels. Time-based goals with 10 difficulty levels to
ROLLING
choose from. GOLF COURSE
WEIGHT LOSS
RACE
Seconds
Level
INTERVALS 1
WARM
UP - 4 MIN
GOLF COURSE
30
90
90
30
30
90
30
90
90
30
30
90
COOL DOWN - 4 MIN
1 CUSTOM
2 1 3
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MANUAL 2
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CUSTOM 1
1 INTERVALS
1
THR ZONE 1
1
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4
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THR ZONE
13
1 WEIGHT
2 LOSS
VALLEY
5
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2 GOLF
2COURSE
THR ZONE
24
TOUR
6
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RACE1
1
1
1
2
1
2
CUSTOM 2
1 ROLLING
2
THR ZONE 2
2
2
RACE
PEAK
VALLEY
INTERVALS
Seconds
Warm up and cool down last 4 minutes each.
CUSTOM
MOUNTAIN
TOUR 1
CLIMB UP - 4 MIN
WARM
INTERVALS 2
30
60
60
30
30
60
30
60
60
30
30
60
COOL DOWN - 4 MIN
4
5
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2
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2
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1
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1
5
1 THR ZONE
2 23
3
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3
3
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6
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1 VALLEY
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2 TOUR2
3
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7
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4
2
2
Level
1 PEAK2
INTERVALS
CUSTOM 2
3
3
MOUNTAIN
1
CLIMB
1 THR ZONE
1 1
4
1
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
1
2
1
1
1
1
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
PEAK
2
INTERVALS
ASSEMBLY
70% of Max Heart Rate: For intermediate users and mid range cardio workouts.
While this range burns fat it really challenges the cardiovascular system and helps strengthen
the heart.
INTERVALS
PROGRAM:
INTERVALS 1 & 2
WEIGHT LOSS
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
ASSEMBLY
65% of Max Heart Rate: Used for beginner to intermediate users and mid to long range workouts.
Lower intensity and longer duration helps burn fat more efficiently.
MANUAL
ROLLING
BIKE
OPERATION
60% of Max Heart Rate: Used for beginners and longer workouts. Lower intensity and longer
duration helps burn fat more efficiently.
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Automatically adjusts the resistance level to keep your heart rate in your desired range.
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
P12: THR ZONE
INTERVALS
Allows ‘On The
Fly’ manual RESISTANCE changes. Time-based goal.
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
INTRODUCTION
MANUAL
PROGRAM:
MANUAL
P rogram P rofiles
Warm up and cool down last 4 minutes each.
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INTERVALS
ROLLING
PROLLING
ROGRAM: ROLLING 1 & 2
WEIGHT LOSS
PROGRAM:
WEIGHT LOSS
Challenges with
GOLFvarious
COURSE combinations of hills and valleys resistance. Time-based goal with 10 difficulty
levels to choose from.
1
1
1
2
1
ASSEMBLY
3
2
4
2
5
3
6
WARM-UP
Cool-down
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
4
5
6
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8
9
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1
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2
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5
4
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4
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3
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2
1
2
3
1 CUSTOM
1 2 1
1
1
1
4
1
4
3
3
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5 1
THR ZONE
4
5
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10
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5
5
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5
5
5
4
8
4
5 2
THR ZONE
5
5
8
8
9
9
10
10
9
9
8
8
5
5
5
4
CUSTOM
3 2
VALLEY
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
60
PEAK
2
INTERVALS
LEVEL
1
1
1 THR ZONE
2 13
3
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
2
3
1
1
1
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3
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3
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4
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5
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1
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2
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7
4
4
4
4
5
5
6
6
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5
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4
4
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2
1
8
1 THR ZONE
2 23
MANUAL
1
2
3
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4
5
5
5
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6
6
6
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5
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5
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2
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2
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10
2
3
INTERVALS
2 VALLEY
2
4
PEAK
60
30
30
30
30
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OPERATION
1
2
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1
1
1
1
MOUNTAIN
1
CLIMB
1
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9
5
3
3
7
8
9
10
7
8
9
Warm up and cool-down last 4:00 minutes each
10
7
WEIGHT
LOSS
INTERVALS
PROGRAM:
WEIGHT LOSS PLUS
Cool-down
60
5
2
ROLLING
TOUR
PROGRAM SEGMENTS - Repeat
4
1
5
ROLLING 2
Warm-up
TOUR
4
60
13
5
4
60
12
6
7
60
11
8
2
60
10
7
1
60
9
6
1
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8
5
1
60
7
4
1
60
6
3
60
60
5
2
8
9
Warm-up and cool-down last 4:00 minutes each.
10
5
4
4
COOL-DOWN
60
4
CUSTOM 1
PROGRAM SEGMENTS
60
60
CUSTOM 1
1
2
3
3
3
LEVEL
60
2
3
SECONDS
SECONDS
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
LEVEL
PROGRAM SEGMENTS - Do not repeat
MOUNTAIN
Challenges with
various combinations of hills and valleys resistance. Time-based goal with 5 difficulty
GOLF
CLIMBCOURSE
levels to choose from.
RACE
WEIGHT LOSS PLUS
WARM-UP
PROGRAM SEGMENTS - Repeat
COOL-DOWN
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
60 CUSTOM
60 1 60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
LEVEL
1
3
4
5
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7
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16
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18
19
20
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1
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2
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3
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5
5
3
4
6
6
5
4
3
2
2
1
1
4
2
1
2
CUSTOM 2
1
1
2
2
5
4
5
6
6
4
5
7
7
6
5
4
2
2
1
1
3
1
2
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2
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6
3
3
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2
2
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3
THR ZONE 1
2
3
3
5
3
8
7
8
9
9
7
8
10
10
9
8
7
3
3
2
2
SECONDS
2
1
THR ZONE 2
BIKE
OPERATION
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Warm-up
RACE
WEIGHT LOSS
RACE
ASSEMBLY
ROLLING 1
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
Motivates withWEIGHT
different
LOSS combinations of resistance. Time-based goal with 8 or 7 difficulty levels to
choose from.
GOLF COURSE
INTRODUCTION
INTERVALS
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
INTRODUCTION
MANUAL
Warm up and cool-down last 4:00 minutes each
VALLEY
PEAK
INTERVALS
MOUNTAIN
CLIMB
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PROGRAM: TEMPO 1 & 2
3"/%0.
PROGRAM:
RANDOM 1 & 2
3&7&34&53"*/
Provides even more
workout variety by mixing up your resistance intervals (resistance levels). Time-based
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goal with 7 or 4 difficulty levels to choose from.
Program cues you to pedal at high, medium or low speed for an exciting and challenging
3"/%0.
workout (resistance levels). Time-based goal with 8 difficulty levels to choose from.
60
60
WARM-UP
90
45
90
30
45
90
30
45
90
30
45
90
L
M
L
H
M
L
H
M
L
H
M
L
60
60
60
WARM-UP
60
COOL-DOWN
ASSEMBLY
Level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
1
1
1
2
3
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
4
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
5
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
6
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
3
1
1
1
5
1
2
3
3
7
6
7
5
6
7
5
6
7
5
6
7
3
3
2
1
6
1
2
3
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8
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8
6
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3
2
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1
2
3
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9
8
9
7
8
9
7
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8
9
4
3
2
1
8
1
2
3
5
10
9
10
8
9
10
8
9
10
8
9
10
5
3
2
1
PROGRAM SEGMENTS - Repeat
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
LEVEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
1
1
2
2
1
3
5
2
4
5
2
3
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
3
1
3
6
2
4
6
2
3
6
1
2
1
1
1
3
2
2
3
3
2
4
6
3
5
6
3
4
6
2
2
1
1
1
4
2
3
3
4
2
4
7
3
5
7
3
4
7
2
3
1
1
1
5
3
4
4
4
2
4
7
3
5
7
3
4
7
2
3
3
2
1
6
3
5
4
5
3
5
8
4
6
8
4
5
8
3
4
3
2
1
7
4
5
5
5
4
6
8
4
7
8
4
6
8
4
4
3
2
1
Warm-up and cool-down last 4:00 minutes each.
RANDOM 2
WARM-UP
TEMPO 2
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
60
60
60
60
WARM-UP
COOL-DOWN
SECONDS
Warm up and cool-down last 4:00 minutes each
SECONDS
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
60
ASSEMBLY
60
30
60
90
30
60
90
30
60
90
30
60
90
L
M
L
H
M
L
H
M
L
H
M
L
60
60
60
60
COOL-DOWN
PROGRAM SEGMENTS - Repeat
COOL-DOWN
SECONDS
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
LEVEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
1
1
2
2
1
4
3
5
2
7
4
1
6
3
1
1
1
1
BIKE
OPERATION
Level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2
1
2
2
3
2
5
4
6
3
8
5
2
7
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
3
2
2
3
3
3
6
5
7
4
9
6
3
8
5
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
4
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
1
1
1
4
2
3
3
4
4
7
6
8
5
10
7
4
9
6
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
5
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
3
4
5
2
1
1
1
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1
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1
3
6
5
6
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6
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5
6
4
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6
3
1
1
1
5
1
2
3
3
7
6
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7
5
6
7
5
6
7
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3
2
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1
2
3
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3
2
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1
2
3
5
10
9
10
8
9
10
8
9
10
8
9
10
5
3
2
1
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
SECONDS
RANDOM 1
TEMPO 1
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BIKE
OPERATION
INTRODUCTION
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GUIDELINES
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
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Notes:
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
•
There is a 4-minute warm-up built into this program at level 1 resistance.
•
After 4 minutes the resistance will automatically adjust to bring your heart rate within 5 beats of the
target number you selected at the beginning of the program.
•
If there is no Heart Rate detected, the unit will not change resistance levels up or down.
•
If your Heart Rate is 25 beats over your Target Zone the program will shut down.
BIKE
OPERATION
SELECTING CUSTOM PROGRAMS
1 Select CUSTOM PROGRAM using the ARROW KEYS and press ENTER.
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
2 Set TIME using the ARROW KEYS and press ENTER.
• IF THE PROGRAM IS PREVIOUSLY STORED – After you set the time and press START/STOP the previously
stored program will begin.
3 Set WEIGHT using the ARROW KEYS and press ENTER
After WEIGHT is set press ENTER to save the program and USER’S WEIGHT into memory.
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
Set the RESISTANCE PROFILES using the ARROW KEYS and press ENTER after each RESISTANCE PROFILE
is set to the desired level (repeat until all 15 segments are chosen).
*Note: If STOP is pressed it will take you back to previous segment.
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IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
ASSEMBLY
Press the enter or start key to start workout.
The American Heart Association recommends that you exercise at least 3 to 4 days per week to maintain
cardiovascular fitness. If you have other goals such as weight or fat loss, you will achieve your goal faster with
more frequent exercise. Whether it’s 3 days or 6 days, remember that your ultimate goal should be to make
exercise a lifetime habit. Many people are successful staying with a fitness program if they set aside a specific
time of day to exercise. It doesn’t matter whether it’s in the morning before breakfast, during lunch hour or while
watching the evening news. What’s more important is that it’s a time that allows you to keep a schedule, and a
time when you won’t be interrupted. To be successful with your fitness program, you have to make it a priority in
your life. So decide on a time, pull out your day planner and pencil in your exercise times for the next month!
HOW LONG? (Duration of Workouts)
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
ASSEMBLY
Set TIME using arrow keys and press enter.
HOW OFTEN? (Frequency of Workouts)
For aerobic exercise benefits, it’s recommended that you exercise from between 24 and 60 minutes per session.
But start slowly and gradually increase your exercise times. If you’ve been sedentary during the past year, it may
be a good idea to keep your exercise times to as little as five minutes initially. Your body will need time to adjust
to the new activity. If your goal is weight loss, a longer exercise session at lower intensities has been found to
be most effective. A workout time of 48 minutes or more is recommended for best weight loss results.
HOW HARD? (Intensity of Workouts)
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OPERATION
3 Set TARGET HR.
The HEART RATE window will flash showing the default target heart rate of 80 beats per minute.
Select your target heart rate (from the chart on page 30) using the UP / DOWN keys and press ENTER.
NOTE: Target heart rate is selected in multiples of 5 beats.
Always consult your physician before beginning an exercise program.
How hard you workout is also determined by your goals. If you use your machine to prepare for a 5K workout,
you will probably work out at a higher intensity than if your goal is general fitness. Regardless of your long
term goals, always begin an exercise program at low intensity. Aerobic exercise does not have to be painful to
be beneficial! There are two ways to measure your exercise intensity. The first is by monitoring your heart rate
(using the grip pulse handlebars or a wireless chest transmitter - may be sold separately), and the second is by
evaluating your perceived exertion level (this is simpler than it sounds!).
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2 Set WEIGHT using arrow keys and press enter.
PERCEIVED EXERTION LEVEL
A simple way to gauge your exercise intensity is to evaluate your perceived exertion level. While exercising, if you
are too winded to maintain a conversation without gasping, you are working out too hard. A good rule of thumb
is to work to the point of exhilaration, not exhaustion. If you cannot catch your breath, it’s time to slow down.
Always be aware of these warning signs of overexertion.
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
1 Select THR ZONE using the UP/DOWN Arrow keys and press ENTER.
CONDITIONING GUIDELINES
Press START or ENTER to begin the program.
*NOTE: To reset the memory press and hold the ENTER button for 5 seconds.
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S electing a T H R Z O N E program
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TIPS
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
TA R G E T H E A R T R AT E Z O N E C H A R T
STRETCHING
What is Target Heart Rate Zone?
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Stand near a wall with the toes of your left foot about 18" from the wall, and
the right foot about 12" behind the other foot. Lean forward, pushing against
the wall with your palms. Keep your heels flat and hold this position for a
count of 15 seconds. Make sure that you do not bounce while stretching.
Repeat on the other side.
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
ASSEMBLY
60
%
93
65
2. STANDING QUADRICEP STRETCH
Using a wall to provide balance, grasp your left ankle
with your left hand and hold your foot against the back
of your thigh for 15 seconds. Repeat with your right
ankle and hand.
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ASSEMBLY
Before using your product, it is best to take a few minutes to do a few gentle stretching exercises. Stretching
prior to exercise will improve flexibility and reduce chances of exercise related injury. Ease into each of these
stretches with a slow gentle motion. Do not stretch to the point of pain. Make sure not to bounce while doing
these stretches.
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Always consult your physician before beginning an exercise program.
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GUIDELINES
For a 42-year-old user: Find age along the bottom of the chart (round to 40), follow age column up to
the target zone bar. Results: 60% of maximum Hear Rate = 108 Beats Per Minute, 75% of maximum
Heart Rate = 135 Beat Per Minute.
3. SITTING HAMSTRING & LOWER BACK MUSCLE STRETCH
Sit on the floor with your legs together and straight out in front of you. Do
not lock your knees. Extend your fingers towards your toes and hold for a
count of 15 seconds. Make sure that you do not bounce while stretching. Sit
upright again. Repeat one time.
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& MAINTENANCE
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Example:
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IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
STRETCH FIRST
BEATS PER MINU T E
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Target Heart Rate Zone tells you
the number of times per minute
your heart needs to beat to
achieve a desired workout effect.
It is represented as a percentage
of the maximum number of times
your heart can beat per minute.
Target Zone will vary for each
individual, depending on age,
current level of conditioning,
and personal fitness goals. The
American Heart Association
recommends working-out at a
Target Heart Rate Zone of between
60% and 75% of your maximum
heart rate. A beginner will want to
workout in the 60% range while
a more experienced exerciser will
want to workout in the 70-75%
range. See chart for reference.
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IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
WARM UP
The first 2 to 5 minutes of a workout should be devoted to warming up. The warm-up will limber your
muscles and prepare them for more strenuous exercise. Make sure that you warm-up on your product at a
slow pace. The warm up should gradually bring your heart rate into your Target Heart Rate Zone.
COOL DOWN
WEEK #
D AY
INTRODUCTION
WEEKLY GOAL
D AT E
D I S TA N C E
CALORIES
TIME
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
THE IMPORTANCE OF A WARM-UP & COOL DOWN
WEEKLY LOG SHEETS
COMMENTS
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
ASSEMBLY
Never stop exercising suddenly! A cool-down period of 3-5 minutes allows your heart to readjust to the
decreased demand. Make sure that your cool down period consists of a very slow pace to allow your heart
rate to lower. After the cool-down, repeat the stretching exercises listed above to loosen and relax your
muscles.
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
ASSEMBLY
INTRODUCTION
TIPS
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
WEEKLY TOTALS :
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
WEEK #
D AY
SUNDAY
• Weight Loss - lower intensity, longer duration workouts
• Improve Body Shape and Tone - interval workouts, alternate between hi and low intensities
• Increased Energy Level - more frequent daily workouts
• Improved Sports Performance - high intensity workouts
• Improved Cardiovascular Endurance - moderate intensity, longer duration workouts
THURSDAY
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
If possible try to define your personal goals in precise, measurable terms, and then put your goals in writing.
The more specific you can be, the easier it will be to track your progress. If your goals are long term, divide
them up into monthly and weekly segments. Longer term goals can lose some of the immediate motivation
benefits. Short-term goals are easier to achieve. Your console provides you with several readouts that can
be used to record your progress. You can track Distance, Calories or Time.
WEEKLY GOAL
D AT E
D I S TA N C E
CALORIES
TIME
COMMENTS
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
BIKE
OPERATION
BIKE
OPERATION
An important step in developing a long-term fitness program is to determine your goals. Is your primary
goal for exercising to lose weight? Improve muscle? Reduce stress? Prepare for the spring racing schedule?
Knowing what your goals are will help you develop a more successful exercise program. Below are some
common exercise goals:
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
ACHIEVING YOUR FITNESS GOALS
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
WEEKLY TOTALS :
WEEK #
D AY
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
TIPS
WEEKLY GOAL
D AT E
D I S TA N C E
CALORIES
TIME
COMMENTS
SUNDAY
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& MAINTENANCE
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& MAINTENANCE
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
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IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
MONTH
WEEK #
DISTANCE
MONTHLY GOAL
CALORIES
INTRODUCTION
Your Horizon Fitness bike is designed to be reliable. However, if you do experience problems with your bike,
please reference the troubleshooting guide listed below.
TIME
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
INTRODUCTION
TROUBLESHOOTING
M O N T H LY L O G SHEETS
PROBLEM: The console does not turn on.
SOLUTION: Verify the following:
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
MONTH
WEEK #
ASSEMBLY
PROBLEM: The console turns on but the Time/RPM’s do not count.
SOLUTION: Verify the following:
M O N T H LY T O TA L S :
DISTANCE
MONTHLY GOAL
CALORIES
TIME
• Turn off machine and unplug power cord. Remove the console and check that all connections to the console are
secure and not damaged or pinched.
• If doing the above does not fix the problem, the speed sensor and/or magnet may have become dislodged or
damaged.
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
ASSEMBLY
• The outlet the machine is plugged into is functional. Double check that the house breaker has not tripped.
• The correct adapter is being used. Only use the adapter provided or authorized by Horizon Fitness.
• The adapter is not pinched or damaged and is properly plugged into the outlet AND the machine.
• The power switch is turned to the ON position (may not apply to all models).
• Turn off the machine and unplug power cord. Remove the console and check that all connections to the console
are secure and not damaged or pinched.
PROBLEM: The resistance levels seem to be incorrect, seeming too hard or too easy.
SOLUTION: Verify the following:
BIKE
OPERATION
BIKE
OPERATION
• The correct adapter is being used. Only use the adapter provided or authorized by Horizon Fitness.
• Reset the console and allow the resistance to reset to the default position. Restart and retry the resistance levels.
PROBLEM: The bike makes a squeaking or chirping noise.
SOLUTION: Verify the following:
M O N T H LY T O TA L S :
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
DISTANCE
MONTHLY GOAL
CALORIES
TIME
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
MONTH
WEEK #
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
• The bike is on a level surface.
• Loosen all bolts attached during the assembly process, grease the threads, and tighten again.
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ASSEMBLY
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
NOTE: Outside interference sources such as computers, motors and fluorescent lights may cause the heart rate
reading to be erratic.
If the above troubleshooting section does not remedy the problem, discontinue use and turn the power off.
BIKE
OPERATION
CALL CUSTOMER TECH SUPPORT AT THE NUMBER ON THE BACK PANEL.
WHEN YOU ARE NEAR THE EQUIPMENT
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
The following information may be asked of you when you call. Please have these items readily available:
• Model Name
• Serial Number
• Date of Purchase (receipt or credit card statement)
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
• Gripping the heart rate handlebars too tight. Try to maintain moderate pressure while holding onto the
heart rate handlebars.
• Constant movement and vibration due to constantly holding the heart rate grips while exercising.
• When you are breathing heavily during a workout.
• When your hands are constricted by wearing a ring.
• When your hands are dry or cold. Try moistening your palms or rubbing them together to warm.
• Anyone with heavy arrhythmia.
• Anyone with arteriosclerosis or peripheral circulation disorder.
• Anyone whose skin on the measuring palms is especially thick.
• Low light environments can also affect proper readings.
ASSEMBLY
YOU MAY EXPERIENCE AN ERRATIC HEART RATE READOUT UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
Our bikes are some of the quietest available because they use belt drives and friction free magnetic
resistance. We use the highest grade bearings and belts to minimize noise. However, because the resistance
system itself is so quiet, you will occasionally hear other slight mechanical noises. Unlike older, louder
technologies, there are no fans, friction belts, or alternator noises to mask these sounds on our bikes. These
mechanical noises, which may or may not be intermittent, are normal and are caused by the transfer of
significant amounts of energy to a rapidly spinning flywheel. All bearings, belts and other rotating parts will
generate some noise which will transmit through the casing and frame. It is also normal for these sounds
to change slightly during a workout and over time because of thermal expansion of the parts.
WHY IS THE BIKE I HAD DELIVERED LOUDER THAN THE ONE AT THE STORE?
All fitness products seem quieter in a large store showroom because there is generally more background
noise than in your home. Also, there will be less reverberation on a carpeted concrete floor than on a wood
overlay floor. Sometimes a heavy rubber mat will help reduce reverberation through the floor. If a fitness
product is placed close to a wall, there will be more reflected noise.
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Check your exercise environment for sources of interference such as high power lines, large motors, etc.
ARE THE SOUNDS MY BIKE MAKES NORMAL?
HOW LONG WILL THE DRIVE BELT LAST?
The computer modeling we have done indicated virtually thousands of maintenance free hours. Belts are
now commonly used in far more demanding applications such as motorcycle drives.
CAN I MOVE THE BIKE EASILY ONCE IT IS ASSEMBLED?
Your bike has a pair of transport wheels built into the front stabilizer. It is easy to move your bike by rolling
it on the front transport wheels. It is important that you place your bike in a comfortable and inviting
room. Your bike is designed to use minimal floor space. Many people will place their bikes facing the TV or
a picture window. If at all possible, avoid putting your bike in a unfinished basement. To make exercise a
desirable daily activity for you, the bike should be in a comfortable setting.
BIKE
OPERATION
sure that the cables are securely inserted into the console.
CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
PROBLEM: There is no heart rate reading.
SOLUTION: Remove the console and verify that the heart rate cables are attached properly, making
COMMON PRODUCT QUESTIONS
In order for Customer Tech Support to service your bike, they may need to ask detailed questions about the
symptoms that are occurring. Some troubleshooting questions that may be asked are:
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& MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
• How long has this problem been occurring?
• Does this problem occur with every use? With every user?
• If you are hearing a noise, does it come from the front, back or inside? What kind of noise is it (thumping,
grinding, squeaking, chirping etc.)?
• If you are having a resistance problem what is occurring? Is the resistance always too hard or too easy?
Does the resistance respond when pushing the buttons on the console? Does the resistance constantly cycle
through the levels during the workout?
• Has the machine been maintained per the maintenance schedule?
• Does the problem occur when using the handlebars? Without using the handlebars?
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Answering these and other questions will give the technicians the ability to send proper replacement parts and
the service necessary to get you and your Horizon Fitness bike running again!
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H E A R T R AT E T R O U B L E S H O O T I N G
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BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
AFTER EACH USE (DAILY)
BIKE
OPERATION
Turn off the bike by unplugging the power cord from the wall outlet
• Wipe down the bike with a damp cloth. Never use solvents, as they can cause damage to the
bike.
• Inspect the power cord. If the power cord is damaged, contact Horizon Fitness.
• Make sure the power cord is not underneath the bike or in any other area where it can become
pinched or cut.
To remove power from the bike, the power cord must be disconnected from the
wall outlet.
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GUIDELINES
WEEKLY
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
Clean underneath the bike, following these steps:
• Turn off the bike
• Move the bike to a remote location.
• Wipe or vacuum any dust particles or other objects that may have accumulated underneath the
bike.
• Return the bike to its previous position.
EVERY MONTH
• Inspect all assembly bolts and pedals on the machine for proper tightness.
• Clean any debris off of the pedals.
LABOR • 1 YEAR
Horizon Fitness shall cover the labor cost for
the repair of the device for a period of 1 year
from the date of the original purchase, so long
as the device remains in the possession of the
original owner.
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ASSEMBLY
What IS NOT covered:
• Normal wear and tear, improper assembly or maintenance, or installation of
parts or accessories not originally intended or compatible with the equipment
as sold.
• Damage or failure due to accident, abuse, corrosion, discoloration of paint
or plastic, neglect, theft, vandalism, fire, flood, wind, lightning, freezing, or
other natural disasters of any kind, power reduction, fluctuation or failure from
whatever cause, unusual atmospheric conditions, collision, introduction of
foreign objects into the covered unit, or modifications that are unauthorized or
not recommended by Horizon Fitness.
• Incidental or consequential damages. Horizon Fitness is not responsible or
liable for indirect, special or consequential damages, economic loss, loss of
property, or profits, loss of enjoyment or use, or other consequential damages of
whatsoever nature in connection with the purchase, use, repair or maintenance
of the product.
• Equipment used for commercial purposes or any use other than a single family
or Household, unless endorsed by Horizon Fitness for coverage.
• Equipment owned or operated outside the US and Canada.
• Delivery, assembly, installation, setup for original or replacement units or labor
or other costs associated with removal or replacement of the covered unit.
• Any attempt to repair this equipment creates a risk of injury. Horizon Fitness is
not responsible or liable for any damage, loss or liability arising from any personal
injury incurred during the course of, or as a result of any repair or attempted
repair of your fitness equipment by other than an authorized service technician.
All repairs attempted by you on your fitness equipment are undertaken AT YOUR
OWN RISK and Horizon Fitness shall have no liability for any injury to the person
or property arising from such repairs.
BEFORE
YOU BEGIN
ELECTRONICS & PARTS • 1 YEAR
Horizon Fitness warrants the electronic
components and all original parts for a period
of 1 year from the date of original purchase, so
long as the device remains in the possession
of the original owner.
What IS covered:
• Repair or replacement of a defective motor, electronic component, or defective
part and is the sole remedy of the warranty.
BIKE
OPERATION
ASSEMBLY
HOW DO I CLEAN MY BIKE?
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
Who is covered:
• The original owner and is not transferable.
BRAKE • Lifetime
Horizon Fitness warrants the brake against
defects in workmanship and materials for the
lifetime of the original owner.
Cleanliness of your bike and its operating environment will keep maintenance problems and service
calls to a minimum. For this reason, Horizon Fitness recommends that the following preventive
maintenance schedule be followed.
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FRAME • LIFETIME
Horizon Fitness warrants the frame against
defects in workmanship and materials for the
lifetime of the original owner.
We use sealed bearings throughout our bikes so lubrication is not needed. The most important
maintenance steps are to tighten all assembly bolts and wipe your perspiration off the bike after
each use.
Clean with soap and water cleaners only. Never use solvents on plastic parts.
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CONDITIONING
GUIDELINES
WHAT KIND OF ROUTINE MAINTENANCE IS REQUIRED?
WEIGHT CAPACITY = 300 lbs
SERVICE/RETURNS
• In-home service is available only within 150 miles of the nearest authorized
repair center.
• All returns must be pre-authorized by Horizon Fitness.
• Horizon Fitness’ obligation under this warranty is limited to replacing or
repairing, at Horizon Fitness’ option, the product at one of its authorized service
centers.
• A Horizon Fitness authorized service center must receive all products for which
a warranty claim is made. These products must be received with all freight
and other transportation charges prepaid, accompanied by sufficient proof of
purchase.
• Parts and electronic components reconditioned to As New Condition by Horizon
Fitness or its vendors may sometimes be supplied as warranty replacement parts
and constitute fulfillment of warranty terms.
• This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and your rights may vary from
state to state.
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
The safety and integrity designed into the machine can only be maintained when the equipment is
regularly examined for damage and repaired. It is the sole responsibility of the owner to ensure that regular
maintenance is performed. Worn or damaged components should be replaced immediately.
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C U S T O MER TECH SUPPORT
DO NOT RETURN TO THE RETAILER
if you have any problems during
assembly or if parts are missing.
For fast and friendly service, please contact one of our
trained customer technicians via phone, email or our website.
Customer Tech Support Hotline: 1-800-244-4192
Email: comments@horizonfitness.com
Website: www.horizonfitness.com
Every employee at Horizon Fitness takes pride in providing you with a high quality product.
We want to know if you have a problem and we want to have an opportunity to correct it for you.
Note: Please read the troubleshooting section before contacting Customer Tech Support.
To receive additional product information, visit us at www.horizonfitness.com
1 6 2 0 L a n d m a r k D r,
Cottage Grove, WI 53527
Tel: 1.800.244.4192
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