IC6 - TeamICG Project Management
ENG
MANUFACTURED BY:
Indoor Cycling Group GmbH
Happurger Str. 86
90482 NUERNBERG | Germany
info@indoorcycling.com
www.indoorcycling.com
Phone: +49(0)911 / 54 44 50
IC6
MODEL NO:IC-TKIC6B1
CAUTION!
READ ALL PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE YOU START
USING THIS EQUIPMENT. PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
IMPROPER ASSEMBLY, USE OR MAINTENANCE CAN VOID THE WARRANTY TERMS.
ADDITIONAL LANGUAGES AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD AT WWW.INDOORCYCLING.COM
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ATTENTION
During the assembly process, the warning label on the bike must
be replaced by a warning label in the native language of the
country in which the indoor cycle is being used.
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ATTENTION
To download the owners manual in
your language, visit the IC6 support
section at: www.teamicg.com
EN
DE
Lataa omistajan käsikirja omalla
kielelläsi IC6-ohjeosiosta sivustolta:
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FI
Um das Handbuch in Ihrer Sprache
herunterzuladen, besuchen Sie bitte
den IC6 Support Bereich auf unserer
Webseite unter www.teamicg.com
Du kan laste ned bruksanvisningen
på ditt eget språk ved å gå til IC6
støttesiden på: www.teamicg.com
NO
Pour télécharger le manuel d‘utilisation
dans votre langue, consultez la section
Assistance IC6 sur: www.teamicg.com
FR
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SE
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PL
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ジからダウンロードいただけます。
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS P.5
GETTING STARTED P.6
HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE INDOOR CYCLE P.7-13
INSTALLATION AND SETUP P.14
DISPOSING OF BATTERIES P.15
HOW TO ADJUST THE INDOOR CYCLE P.16-18
HOW TO OPERATE THE INDOOR CYCLE P.19-21
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE P.22-25
MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY AND REQUIRED SCHEDULE P.26-27
SPARE PARTS P.28
WARRANTY P.29
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
The TOMAHAWK IC6 Bike is, according to EN ISO 20957 (1 & 10), a Class S product for
use in a controlled environment such as sports or fitness facilities
under the supervision of a trainer.
WEIGHT OF BIKE:
51 KG
MAX USER WEIGHT:
150 KG
USER HEIGHT:
SUITABLE FOR USERS BETWEEN APPROX. 155 AND 215 CM
REQUIRED FOOT PRINT:
APPROX. 132 X 52 CM
MAX SADDLE & HANDLEBAR HEIGHT: APPROX. 120 CM
WARNING!
Electronic components adhere to the EMV Directive 204/108/EC, EMV Directive 99/519/EC,
and DIN EN 60335-1 for electrical safety.
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IMPORTANT
PRECAUTIONS
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of serious injury due to improper
use of the equipment, carefully read and adhere
to the following important precautions and
information before operating the indoor cycle!
1. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that
all users are informed of all warnings and precautions
for proper use, and are only authorized to use the
bike independently after being successfully briefed
by a qualified trainer or instructor.
2. Do not operate the bike until it has been properly
assembled and inspected as described in this manual.
3. Keep the indoor cycle indoors, away from moisture
and dust. Do not place the indoor cycle outdoors in
a garage or covered patio or near water or pools.
Operating temperature of the Indoor Cycle has to
be between 15°C~ 40°C Celsius (59°~104°F) at max.
humidity of 65%.
4. Always place the bike on a stable, level surface.
If the bike is to be placed on a hardwood floor or
carpet, it is recommended to place a floor mat
beneath the bike, to protect the floor
from becoming damaged.
8. Children under the age of 14 shall only be allowed
to use the indoor cycle with parental approval and
supervision of a qualified Trainer or Instructor. Use of
the bike by persons over the age of 14 only after they
are briefed by a qualified trainer or instructor.
9. The indoor cycle must not be used by persons
exceeding weight of 330 lbs/150 kg.
10. Always wear appropriate tight-fitting cycling
or athletic attire and sturdy shoes, preferably
cycling shoes, while operating the bike. Unfastened
shoelaces may become caught in the drive system
and lead to injury.
11. The bike does not have an independently-moving
flywheel. The pedals will continue to move with the
flywheel until the flywheel stops. The movement can
only be stopped by using the emergency brake or
by reducing the pedaling frequency in a controlled
manner. Always ride with resistance load to ensure
that your pedaling motion is controlled. Do not
adjust handlebar or saddle during workout.
Do not pedal backwards.
12. If you feel pain or dizziness while exercising, stop
immediately. It is recommended that you consult
a doctor if the pain does not subside for an
extended period of time.
5. The level of safety of the Indoor Bike can only
be guaranteed if it is regularly checked for possible
damage as well as wear and tear (e.g. fixing
points, E-Brake, Pedals, toe straps, etc.). Consult an
authorized service provider or the manufacturer
direct to ensure the regular inspections are properly
carried out.
13. All data shown on the display, especially
the Watt values generated by the integrated
power sensor serve merely as information
and to help guide training. Only exercise
within your physical limitations.
6. Carry out all maintenance, care and service
procedures as described in this manual on a regular
basis. Defective parts must be replaced immediately,
and the device must not be used until the repairs
have been carried out.
Only use original parts from the manufacturer.
Repairs must only be carried out by manufacturer
authorized service technicians.
WARNING!
If you have pre-existing health problems or a disability,
it is recommended that you consult your physician, in
order to find the training method which is best suited
to you. Incorrect or extensive training can result
in serious health injuries.
7. Unsupervised children should be kept away from
the training device at all times.
The manufacturer expressly assumes no responsibility for health
risks, personal injury, property damage or consequential damages
sustained by or through the use of this device, unless it is a case of
consequential damage which can be traced back to faulty material
and/or manufacturing, and which come under the responsibility of
the manufacturer.
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GETTING STARTED
DEAR CUSTOMER,
We would like to thank you for your confidence and purchase. With the TOMAHAWK Indoor Cycle,
you have chosen a high-quality product, which is designed according to the latest technical
developments and thus fulfils the highest standards in quality and reliability.
This high level of reliability can however only be ensured with regular care and maintenance.
Adhering to the maintenance procedures outlined in this manual will ensure a maximized
stability and prolonged lifespan with a minimal maintenance effort. This will guarantee longstanding, interruption-free operation.
Instructions on operation and managing training for the WattRate® TFT Computer can be found
in the computer user manual also included with delivery.
SADDLE
THUMB LEVER FOR
HORIZONTAL
SADDLE ADJUSTMENT
ADJUSTMENT KNOB FOR
VERTICAL SADDLE ADJUSTMENT
FLYWHEEL
RESISTANCE LEVER/
EMERGENCY BRAKE
THUMB LEVER
FOR HORIZONTAL
HANDLEBAR
ADJUSTMENT
HANDLEBAR
ADJUSTMENT KNOB FOR
VERTICAL HANDLEBAR
ADJUSTMENT
SHROUD
TRANSPORT WHEELS
DUAL SIDED SPD PEDAL
LEVELING FEET
WARNING!
You will find the production code for the Tomahawk IC6 Bike on the tag plate which is located on top of the lateral frame
tube of the Indoor Bike. Please enter this production code into care and maintenance lists.
It is a strict requirement to provide the production code in all warranty claims.
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HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE
INDOOR CYCLE
TORQUE WRENCH
17 MM
2
PEOPLE
WARNING!
Avoid high fluctuations in temperature whilst transporting the bike from the store to the installation site.
If there are nevertheless large fluctuations in temperature, please allow the bike to adjust to the surrounding
temperature before proceeding with assembly.
1.
2.
50 NM
50 NM
WARNING!
Please ensure that bolts are tightened with the specified force to minimize loosening during use. If bolts are loosened
after initial assembly, we recommend using medium-strength LOCTITE® 243 when reassembling.
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HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE
INDOOR CYCLE
DANGER OF INJURY!
DO NOT REMOVE THE SAFETY PIN BEFORE
THE HANDLEBAR HAS BEEN MOUNTED ON THE
UPPER HORIZONTAL HANDLE BAR SLIDER!
THE VERTICAL HANDLEBAR STEM OF THE INDOOR CYCLE IS SPRING LOADED AND WILL EXTEND QUICKLY UNLESS THE
HANDLEBAR IS MOUNTED ONTO THE STEM. EXTENSION OF THE STEM WITHOUT THE MOUNTED HANDLEBAR MAY
CAUSE INJURY OR/AND DAMAGE TO THE INDOOR CYCLE.
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INDOOR CYCLE
TORQUE WRENCH
6 MM BALL HEX SOCKET
3.
3 MM
2
PEOPLE
4.
30 NM
MOUNT THE HANDLEBAR TO THE STEM WITH
2 COUNTER SUNK HEX BOLTS. TIGHTEN TO
30 NM WITH A TORQUE WRENCH. THE BOLTS
ARE PRE-COATED WITH A THREAD LOCK
WHEN TIGHTENED FOR THE FIRST TIME. IF THE
BOLTS SHOULD LOOSEN, GLUE BOLTS WITH
LOCKTITE (R) 2701 UPON RETIGHTENING.
5.
LOCK THE THUMB LEVER.
REMOVE THE LIMIT STOP WITH A 3 MM HEX KEY.
NEVER PULL THE HANDLEBAR TOWARD THE SEAT
WHEN THE LIMIT STOP IS REMOVED. THIS WILL
DAMAGE THE INTERNAL CABLE!
LOOSEN THE THUMB LEVER AND PUSH THE
HORIZONTAL SLIDER TO THE FORWARD POSITION.
6.
INSERT AND FASTEN THE END CAP WITH A CAP HEAD
SCREW AND 3 MM HEX KEY.
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INDOOR CYCLE
2
PEOPLE
2.5 & 6 MM
7.
8.
LOOSEN THE SAFETY PIN AND REMOVE
IT USING A 6 MM HEX KEY.
LIFT THE HANDLEBAR TO POSITION 6 AND
SCREW THE POP PIN KNOB COMPLETELY INTO
THE FRAME TO LOCK THE HANDLEBAR STEM.
9.
10.
2.5 MM
MOUNT THE RESISTANCE/BRAKE LEVER
CAREFULLY ON TO THE VERTICAL HANDLEBAR
STEM USING A 2.5 MM HEX KEY.
SLIDE THE CABLE THROUGH THE OPENING
IN THE LOWER CONSOLE BRACKET.
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HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE
INDOOR CYCLE
2
PEOPLE
2.5 & 3 MM
11.
12.
3 MM
FASTEN THE BRACKET WITH TWO
BOLTS WITH 3 MM HEX KEY.
REMOVE THE BACKING FROM THE ADHESIVE ON BOTH
SIDES OF THE BRACKET
13.
14.
2.5 MM
POSITION THE CABLE AND CONNECTOR INTO THE
CONTOUR OF THE BRACKET SO THE CONNECTOR IS
FLUSH WITH THE BRACKET.
POSITION THE BRACKET COVER ON THE
BRACKET AND FASTEN WITH COUNTERSUNK
BOLT WITH A 2.5 MM HEY KEY.
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INDOOR CYCLE
2
PEOPLE
15.
3 MM
16.
SLIDE THE SPACER BETWEEN THE BRACKET AND
HANDLEBAR.
SLIDE THE BIKE COMPUTER ONTO THE COMPUTER
BRACKET.
17.
The computer user manual is enclosed separately and
contains information for setup and operation.
3 MM
FASTEN THE BIKE COMPUTER INTO PLACE FROM THE
UNDERSIDE OF THE HANDLEBARS WITH ONE BOLT.
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INDOOR CYCLE
15 MM PEDAL
WRENCH
18.
HAND TIGHT
L
55 NM
2
PEOPLE
WARNING!
Attach the pedal marked R on the right
crank and tighten by turning clockwise (standard
right-hand thread). Attach the pedal marked L on the
left crank and tighten by turning counter-clockwise
(left-hand thread). Please make sure that both pedals
are fastened with sufficient force (55 NM), to ensure that
the bolt does not become loose during use.
The threads are provided with TufLok® at the factory
to prevent them from becoming loose during use.
If bolts are loosened after initial assembly, we
recommend using medium-strength LOCTITE® 243
when reassembling.
R
19.
Test the function of the adjustable
handlebar and seat.
Move the resistance/brake lever up
and down multiple times.
Move the handlebars and seat up and
down and the back and forth. Test the
function of the thumb levers on the sliders
and the function of the pop pin knobs.
TEST FUNCTION OF HANDLEBAR AND SEAT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT, HORIZONTAL SLIDERS AND EMERGENCY BRAKE.
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INSTALLATION
AND SETUP
Instructions stated in this manual must be performed during initial installation of the
TOMAHAWK Indoor Cycle in order to ensure optimal performance and a long lifespan. Please
read and follow the following instructions carefully. If the Indoor Cycles are not installed and
configured as described, the components may be subjected to excessive wear and tear and the
bike may become damaged. If you have any questions regarding installation, please contact
service@indoorcycling.com.
Please note: Lubricants are required for some maintenance procedures. Please only use an
acid- and solvent-free spray lubricant and white lithium grease.
1. Make sure the bike is level. If bike rocks on the floor, turn the levelling feet underneath the
front and/or rear stabilizer until the rocking motion is eliminated. Make sure that the levelling
feet are not screwed out further than 10 mm.
2. Verify emergency brake function to make sure that it is working properly.
3. Check that both crank arm Allen bolts, with which the cranks (on the right and left side of the
bottom bracket) are fastened, are secure (tightening torque 60 NM). These bolts are provided
with TufLok® at the factory to prevent them from becoming loose during use.
If the bolts become loose, we recommend applying medium-strength LOCTITE® 243 and then
reattaching the crank fixing bolts with a tightening torque of 60 NM.
4. Wipe down bike frame with a rag moistened with acid and solvent-free spray lubricant.
5. Some parts of the bike may become loose during shipment. Check crank arms and all exposed
screws, bolts and nuts, and make sure that they are all secure and properly tightened.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
1. Provide the customer with basic maintenance instructions, and direct them to detailed
maintenance instructions.
2. Have the sign-off sheet for the manual, explanation of maintenance procedures and
verification of impeccable condition of the bikes confirmed by the customer when handing over
the goods. A copy of the confirmation should be counter signed by yourself and a copy of the
confirmation should also be left with the customer.
3. Repairs must only be carried out by manufacturer authorised service technicians.
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DISPOSING
OF BATTERIES
BATTERIES MAY NOT:
• Come into contact with fire
• Come into contact with coins or other metallic objects
Products or batteries labelled with this symbol may not be disposed of along with normal
household refuse. For proper disposal, please find out about the applicable laws or guidelines
on disposing of electrical devices and batteries in your local area and adhere to them.
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HOW TO ADJUST THE
INDOOR CYCLE
The Tomahawk Indoor Cycle can be very easily adjusted, depending on the requirements of
various user groups. This enables maximum riding comfort to be ensured whilst achieving
optimal training results. The configurations described in the following paragraphs demonstrate
just a few of the most often used adjustment variations of which the Indoor Cycle is capable. It
is up to the user to adjust the Indoor Cycle to a riding position best suited to their requirements.
ADJUSTING THE SEAT HEIGHT:
Sit on the saddle and ensure that your hip is not tilted to one side when the pedal has assumed
the position as shown in the picture. Place your shoes in the toe clips (cages) on the pedals,
or in the SPD cleats if you are using cycling shoes.
VERTICAL SADDLE
ADJUSTMENT
1. LOOSEN
2. PULL
VERTICAL HANDLEBAR
ADJUSTMENT
1. LOOSEN
2. PULL
WARNING!
Do not adjust seat and handlebar during exercise. Ensure that the pop-pin-knobs used for the height adjustment of the
handlebar and seat are properly tightened and the thumb levers for horizontal adjustment are closed, before you sit on
the bike. Always step off the bike when making adjustments to the handlebars and/or saddle.
Start pedaling slowly, until the pedal has reached the position as shown in the picture. The saddle height should be
adjusted so that your knees are always slightly bent when the pedal is at its lowest position without dropping your hip
to one side. Rule of thumb: When standing next to the bike, the upper edge of the saddle should be a hand‘s width/four
fingers below your iliac crest. Please avoid cycling with your knees fully extended or your hip tilted to one side.
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INDOOR CYCLE
ADJUSTING THE SADDLE HORIZONTALLY:
Properly positioning the saddle horizontally is very important in order to avoid injury to the
knees. Sit on the saddle and move the pedals until the crank arms are in the horizontal position.
The knee of your forward-facing leg should be positioned directly above the center of the pedal.
If this does not correspond to your bike‘s setting, please align the horizontal saddle adjustment
to the front or rear in order to attain this seat position.
HORIZONTAL
SADDLE ADJUSTMENT
HORIZONTAL
HANDLEBAR ADJUSTMENT
LOCKED
UNLOCKED
UNLOCKED
LOCKED
WARNING!
Ensure that the pop-pin-knobs used for the height adjustment of the handlebar and seat are properly tightened and
the thumb levers for horizontal adjustment are closed, before you sit on the bike. Always step off the bike when making
adjustments to the handlebars and/or saddle.
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HOW TO ADJUST THE
INDOOR CYCLE
HANDLEBAR POSITIONING:
Begin with the top of the handlebars at approximately the same height as the saddle (dotted
horizontal line A in the drawing below) for inexperienced users set to the “0“ marking (see
dotted vertical line B in the drawing below). If your knees touch the handlebars or if you
experience back discomfort when pedalling in the standing riding position for extended periods,
the handlebars should first be adjusted slightly higher.
B.
Horizontally
adjusting the handlebars
using the thumb lock lever
A.
Vertically
adjustment the
handlebars using the
pop-pin-knob
The next step is to adjust the horizontal position of the handlebars as precisely as possible to
your height. An ideal and comfortable seating position for inexperienced riders is achieved if
your back assumes an inclination angle of 45° in reference to the horizontal line (A).
The handlebars offer a wide variety of hand positions and adjustment possibilities, which provide
the experienced rider with every possibility to find his/her ideal seating and hand positioning.
It is recommended to change hand positions frequently during extended workouts in order to
minimise one-sided and monotonous exertions on your muscles, ligaments and joints.
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INDOOR CYCLE
RESISTANCE ADJUSTMENT:
The resistance adjustment can be set precisely and regulated in fine increments according to the requirements of the
cyclist by moving the resistance/emergency lever up or down. The adjustment lever has 110° range of motion . When
the lever is up, the resistance is 0% and when it is in the down position, 100%. When moved beyond 100%, the brake will
engage. The training resistance is displayed accurately on the Indoor cycle computer. This Indoor Cycle is fitted with a
magnetic brake system and therefore, the resistance increases with the pedaling frequency.
Never pedal backwards under resistance, as this can loosen the screws connecting the pedals to the crank arm and
the two may even become detached. To stop the flywheel during use, the resistance/emergency brake lever must be
pressed down. During training, please make sure your shoes are placed in the toe clips (cages) provided or if you are
using cycling shoes, that they are connected with the SPD cleats.
.
The Indoor Bike does not have a free-moving flywheel. The flywheel is firmly connected to the pedals and
does not stop independently if the user stops pedalling. Please always check your movements and reduce
speed in a controlled manner to stop or simply press the resistance/emergency brake lever down to quickly
slow down the movement and in so doing bring the flywheel to a stop and suspend the training session.
Emergency brake = press down red resistance/emergency lever.
WARNING!
The Indoor Cycle shall only be operated in forward pedaling motion. The emergency brake functionality is limited when
pedaling backwards. Do not attempt to adjust seat and handlebar in vertical or horizontal position while riding or seated.
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HOW TO OPERATE THE
INDOOR CYCLE
RESISTANCE ADJUSTMENT LEVER
EMERGENCY BRAKE (PUSH RESISTANCE
ADJUSTMENT LEVER DOWN)
For safety reasons, please always make sure you pedal in a controlled manner and adjust your pedalling frequency to
your own cycling capabilities.
MOVING THE INDOOR CYCLE:
It is recommended that two people move the Indoor Cycle. In order to prevent accidents and damage to the plug-in
sockets of the handlebars it is necessary to firmly fix the vertical handlebar adjustment before the wheel is tilted. Please
take extra care when moving the Indoor Cycle over uneven surfaces. A second person is advisable here, to prevent the
cycle from tilting to one side. Allow a minimum safety distance away from the nearest equipment, objects or walls
as illustrated below.
3.9“
(10cm)
23.6“
(60cm)
23.6“
(60cm)
3.9“
(10cm)
23.6“
(60cm)
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(60cm)
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Check the stability of the Indoor Cycle where it is to be operated and if necessary adjust the levelling feet underneath
the front or rear stabilizers to ensure the desired stability.
IMPORTANT!
Please do not unscrew the levelling feet more than 10 mm! The free standing Indoor cycle shall only be installed and
operated on a stable and leveled floor.
LEVELING FEET
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PREVENTATIVE
MAINTENANCE
WARNING!
Please carefully observe the following instructions. The maintenance and care procedures
must be performed in the regularity set out, to ensure maximum operating safety and lifespan.
Irregularly observed maintenance and care procedures will lead to increased wear to the
product and will void the warranty. If you have any further questions on this topic, please
contact our technical support.
Please only use the acid- and solvent-free maintenance and care agent recommended by us to
prevent damage to components of the Indoor Cycle.
DAILY MAINTENANCE:
1. Make sure that the Indoor Cycle is leveled and does not rock
(if necessary adjust as described on p.21).
2. Cleaning: The Indoor Cycle must be regularly cleaned after each use for reasons of hygiene.
Ensure that there are sufficient soft cloths or paper towels and maintenance and disinfection
agent available. First disinfect the saddle and handlebars with a suitable agent and then wipe all
bodily residues off the entire Indoor Cycle.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE:
1. Cleaning: Depending on how often the Indoor Cycle is used, it must be extensively cleaned
once a week. To do this, spray a maintenance spray onto a soft cloth and clean all plastic parts,
the entire flywheel, exposed framework parts including stabilizers and the plastic casing.
Never spray maintenance spray or anything else directly onto the flywheel or pedal to ease
cleaning, as this could cause the drive belt to slip during use, reduce braking performance or
damage internal components.
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PREVENTATIVE
MAINTENANCE
BI-WEEKLY MAINTENANCE:
1. Emergency brake: To ensure operating
safety, the emergency brake must be
regularly checked to make sure it is
functioning properly. To do this, completely
press down the resistance/brake lever whilst
pedalling. When functioning optimally, it
should produce an immediate braking effect
and bring the flywheel to
a complete standstill.
The flywheel is only released again by the
emergency braking function after coming
to a complete standstill and when the
pressure is removed from the pedals.
2.
NT
A
A
LUBRIC
2. Saddle adjustments: To maintain the
easy adjustment, the vertical and horizontal
saddle posts must be regularly cleaned and
lubricated. To do this, position the vertical
saddle post (A) in the uppermost position,
spray with maintenance spray and rub down
the entire exterior surfaces including the
horizontal post with a soft cloth.
1.
Clean sweat residues off the contact surfaces
(B) of the horizontal saddle post beforehand
and if necessary apply a small amount of
lithium/grease.
SE
GREA
B
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MAINTENANCE
3.
GRE
AS
E
LUBRIC
ANT
A
3. Handlebars: To maintain the easy
adjustment of the handlebar posts, the
vertical and horizontal handlebar posts
must be regularly cleaned and lubricated.
To do this, position the handlebars (A) in the
uppermost position, spray the handlebar
posts with maintenance spray and rub
down the entire exterior surfaces including
the horizontal post with a soft cloth.
Clean sweat residues off the contact
surfaces of the horizontal handlebar post (B)
beforehand and if necessary apply a small
amount of lithium.
1.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE:
1. Connecting elements: During the course
of regular maintenance and care procedures,
all bolts, nuts etc. on the Indoor Cycle must
be checked to ensure that they are properly
tightened and function correctly. Parts
showing wear or damage (saddle, pedal
teeth, pedals, SPD system) must be replaced.
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PREVENTATIVE
MAINTENANCE
2. Vertical adjusting of the
handlebar and saddle:
To ensure the easy adjustment of the vertical
handlebar and saddle posts, the thread on
the pop-pin-knob must be lubricated. We
recommend lithium grease.
2.
NT
ICA
R
LUB
25
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
AND CHECKLIST
ACTIVITY
ROTATIONDETAILS
FEET LEVELLING, DISINFECTION
& CLEANING OF THE BIKE
DAILY
P 21-22
DETAILED CLEANING OF THE ENTIRE BIKE
WEEKLY
P 22
CHECK EMERGENCY BRAKE FUNCTION
BI-WEEKLY
P 23
CLEAN AND LUBRICATE SADDLE
& HANDLEBAR SLIDERS / STEMS
BI-WEEKLY P 23-24
CHECK ALL CONNECTIONS AND FIXINGS
MONTHLY
P 24
VERTICAL ADJUSTING
THE HANDLEBAR AND SADDLE
MONTHLY
P 25
EXAMPLES OF MAINTENANCE PLAN CHARTS FOR IN-HOUSE SERVICE TECHNICIANS:
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST
BIKE NO.
PRODUCTION CODE
OBSERVATIONS
ACTION TAKEN
RESULT
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
AND CHECKLIST
BI-WEEKLY MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST
BIKE NO.
PRODUCTION CODE
OBSERVATIONS
ACTION TAKEN
RESULT
NAME / DATE
RESULT
NAME / DATE
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST
BIKE NO.
PRODUCTION CODE
OBSERVATIONS
ACTION TAKEN
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SPARE PARTS
Due to revisions, spare part order no. and specifications may be subject to change.
For further information please contact your local distributor or visit www.indoorcycling.com.
120-01-00015-02
SPORT SADDLE
BLACK & RED INCL. SADDLE CLAMP
320-00-00011-01
WATTRATE® TFT COMPUTER KIT
INCLUDING FASTENING MATERIAL FOR
FOR IC6/IC7
900-10-00003-01
LEVELING FEET, RUBBER 75° SHORE
150-01-00005-02
COMBI PEDAL SET,
SPD COMPATIBLE
150-03-00048-01
TOE STRAP SET
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WARRANTY
ICG warrants that all new equipment will be free of manufacturing defects in workmanship and materials,
effective on the date of original assembly at its production facility. Parts repaired or replaced under the terms
of this warranty will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period only. ICG is obligated to
uphold its manufacturer warranty obligation so long as the product is used in the closed environment it was
designed for, Temperature range between 15ºC~40°C Celsius (59ºF~104°F) and max. 65% humidity (not near
a swimming pool or outdoors). Defects caused by obvious deliberate mechanical impact, inappropriate use
or undo handling of the product may cause the manufacturer’s warranty to become void. In order for the
manufacturer to uphold the warranty coverage, the customer (fitness facility) is obligated to maintain and
service the product as per the manufacturer’s specifications stated in the owner manual of each product.
5 YEARS WARRANTY:
FRAME CONSTRUCTION AND WELDING
3 YEARS WARRANTY:
POWDER COATING (PAINT CRACKS, CORROSION)
HANDLEBAR AND SEAT POST ASSEMBLY
(ALUMINUM PARTS AND PVC COATING)
BELT DRIVE SYSTEM
POWER SENSOR
BOTTOM BRACKET ASSEMBLY
FLYWHEEL AND HUB ASSEMBLY
CRANKS
PEDALS (EXCLUDED BINDING SYSTEMS AND STRAPS)
INSERT SLEEVES FOR HANDLE BAR AND SEAT POST
BOWDEN CABLES (BRAKE ADJUSTMENT)
BRAKE SYSTEM
GAS SPRING
LEVELING FEET
SHROUD AND TOP COVERS
1 YEAR WARRANTY:
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS
(COMPUTER, CABLE HARNESS, PCBS AND SENSORS, GENERATOR)
LITHIUM POLYMER (LIPO) BATTERY
SADDLE CONSTRUCTION (EXCLUDED STITCHING AND SADDLE SURFACE)
THE FOLLOWING WEAR ITEMS ARE EXCLUDED FROM WARRANTY:
Pedal straps, pedal binding systems, saddle surface.
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CAUTION.
READ ALL PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
BEFORE YOU BEGIN USING THIS EQUIPMENT. PLEASE KEEP
THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. IMPROPER ASSEMBLY,
SET UP, USE OR MAINTENANCE MAY VOID THE WARRANTY.
EMAIL: INFO@INDOORCYCLING.COM
WEBSITE: WWW.INDOORCYCLING.COM
© 2016 Indoor Cycling Group
Manufactured by: Indoor Cycling Group® GmbH
Happurger Str. 86 90482 Nuernberg Germany
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