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M3i INDOOR GROUP CYCLE
HOW INTELLIGENCE
WILL BENEFIT THE
RIDE EXPERIENCE
M3i
INTELLIGENT
CYCLING
INTELLIGENT CYCLING
M3i INDOOR GROUP CYCLE
INTELLIGENT CYCLING
KEISER M3i
INNOVATIONS
INTRODUCTION
Keiser revolutionized group cycling with magnetic resistance.
Then introduced the first bike with a computer, made power an
industry training standard and now have the most technologically
advanced indoor cycle ever, featuring a Bluetooth wireless
display. The computer can transmit a cyclist’s information to
a receiver for data projection onto a screen. In addition, the
computer will also partner up with a wireless phone or tablet,
opening up the opportunity to train and track information with
downloadable apps. These innovations have taken indoor cycling
and cycling instructing to a whole new and exciting level.
Bluetooth wireless technology
Revolutionary new display
Interval settings with continuous average
and time tracking
More accurate distance measured in
either miles or kilometers
Simpler seat adjustment
with pull pin
4 way adjustable seat
New positive lock seat & handle
bar adjustment pull-pin
WORLD’S
FIRST
The first indoor fitness cycle:
Magnetic resistance
- to harness bluetooth connectivity
- to pass EN ISO 20957-1
accuracy test
New 2014 black frame
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A FOCUS ON
INTELLIGENCE
What are the Benefits of Intelligent Training?
Intelligence via the data screen brings:
A cyclist, who is fully engaged in an indoor ride experience,
will benefit by getting fit and healthy while strengthening their
commitment to exercising. Using different tracking systems
is a great way to keep your cycling participants focused and
motivated. Intelligence is not meant to take away from your role
as the coach or instructor; rather the goal is to enhance both the
education and feedback process.
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GETTING STARTED
BASIC OPERATION
The program will always begin in the Home screen. From this screen the settings menu and
session can both be accessed.
Starting a session
Changing session types
From the Home screen, press the “OK” button on the remote to
enter the session screen. The session view will immediately begin
to populate with active riders. The session has not yet begun,
so energy is not being calculated during this portion. Once the
class is ready to begin, pressing the “OK” button again will start
the session. The session will run until the “OK” button is pressed
again. This will end the session and the results of the session
will be displayed. Once all riders have reviewed their scores, the
“Back” button should be pressed to return to the Home screen.
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to another session type, click Up or Down on the remote until the
desired session type is visible.
Session types
Table: The table session view uses a simple table to display
the statistics of each rider in the room. Intervals may be started
and stopped by pressing the “Menu” button on the remote.
The session as well as the intervals can be ranked by energy
production by pressing the Left or Right buttons. A column with
a trophy header will appear signifying the ranking of each rider.
Table View Icons
Trophy
Riders rank in the class. White numbers
indicate rider is in top 5%
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in Watts
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Total energy produced during session
in Kilojoules
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PROGRAMMING
FOR SUCCESS
Once you are ready to get started, it is best to begin in the Table View screen. The Table View
displays all the icons and is a good overview of what information will be shown. Some participants
may be intimidated by their results. They may also be uncomfortable competing against others.
Remind them that each bike has a separate ID number and that the information showing should be
used for their personal use only.
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top to bottom is displayed. These
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total average power, and don’t take
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stronger riders will rank amongst the
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highlighted in white.
Drill Application:
1. Within a drill or set amount of time,
challenge participants to increase their
rankings by moving up one, two or
even 3 levels.
a. To mix it up, randomly split the
groups in half. Let one half try the
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active recover) and then challenge
the second group. By splitting
into 2 groups, there are less riders
to compete with when trying to
improve rank.
BIKE ID
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Drill Application:
1. Intervals: Within an interval set,
challenge participants to increase their
watts by a set amount. For example,
perform 3 intervals at 30 seconds
each with 15 seconds of recovery time
between work phases. Ask each rider
to increase their watts by 20-40 per
interval. Have them watch the screen
and see if their watts do increase.
2. Even and Odds: Within a drill, ask all
even numbered bikers to increase their
watts by a set amount for a specific
amount of time. Repeat with the odd
numbered bikes.
3. Friendly competition: Have riders find
a bike on the screen that is displaying
a wattage level similar to theirs. Have
them call out the rider’s number
as displayed on the screen and
challenge them to increase their watts.
Encourage friendly completion.
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Drill Application:
1. For any specific drill, ask riders to stay
within a certain cadence range.
2. Accelerations: Ask participants to set
their gear. Starting at 60 rpm, move
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60-70-80-90-100) every 15 seconds.
Have them hold at 100-110 rpm for
approximately 30 seconds. Recover
and repeat the drill but starting at a
higher gear.
HEART RATE
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when a heart rate chest strap is worn.
Drill Application:
1. Ask riders to note their heart rate.
Have them observe the highest power
output that they can reach at the
lowest heart rate.
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energy produced during the ride.
Drill Application:
1. Ask riders to note their kilojoules at the
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to future rides.
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SETTING AN
INTERVAL
The computer is capable of handling multiple intervals during one ride. The cumulative averages will
blink at the end of the ride.
Starting an Interval.
Stopping and Interval.
While cycling, do the following:
While cycling, do the following:
1. Move the gear shifter to gear 1 from a higher gear.
2. Wait approximately ¼ - ½ a second and then move the gear
shifter to a higher gear. This will start the interval.
3. The computer will display “int 1” confirming that the interval
has started.
1. Move the gear shifter to gear 1 from a higher gear.
2. Wait ¼ - ½ a second and then move the gear shifter to a
higher gear.
3. The computer will display “int end” confirming the interval
has ended.
*Note: The interval averages will blink on the monitor at the end of the interval.
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APPENDIX
PACKAGE CONTENTS
The Keiser Graphics Generator includes the following
materials:
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SETTINGS MENU
The settings menu can be accessed by pressing the menu button
while not in the middle of a running session.
Language Setting
Power
Menu
Home
BASIC SETUP
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televisions, but should be avoided as the lower resolution may
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may be connected to the Keiser Multi-Bike Receiver’s network
using either an Ethernet cable connected to the router, or by
using Wi-Fi.
Back
*Ethernet to router not
necessary if Wi-Fi used
This setting determines the language used in all settings and
session screens. Please note that some Logos will remain in
English regardless of this setting.
Receiver Setting
This setting determines which receiver to use for sessions. The
“Default Receiver” option is set by default and will work for most
installations. If more than one Multi-Bike Receiver is present in
a single facility, the correct receiver can be selected using this
menu option.
Instructor Bike Setting
This setting allows the instructor’s bike to be excluded from
sessions.
Action Bar Compensation Setting
This setting allows for screen size flexing to compensate for
certain screen types. If the bottom of the session view appears to
run below the screen, this setting should be turned on.
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Use Heart Rate Setting
Setup for Wireless Use
This setting determines if heart rate will be used during sessions.
From within the settings menu, select the “System Settings”
button. This will bring up the system settings menu. Select the
“Wi-Fi” tab from the menu list, and then select the Wi-Fi network
SSID that you would like to connect to. Hitting the Home or Back
buttons will lead back to the program settings menu.
Demo Mode Setting
This setting determines adds simulated bikes to the screen for the
purposes of demoing or training with the program.
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KEISER MULTI-BIKE
RECEIVER SETUP
PACKAGE CONTENTS
BASIC SETUP
The Keiser Multi-Bike Receiver includes the following materials:
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The Multi-Bike Receiver has only a single RJ-45 connector for
an Ethernet cable exposed on the side of the device. This port is
used for power, regardless of if the device will be used over Wi-Fi
or Ethernet. A single Ethernet cable should be ran from the port
on the receiver to the Power-over-Ethernet injector using the port
labelled “Data & Power Out.”
RECEIVER PLACEMENT
The Multi-Bike Receiver should be placed as close to the center
of the room as possible. If local code allows for electronics to be
placed in drop ceilings, placing the receiver in the center of the
room in the drop ceiling space is ideal. If center room placement
is not possible, placing the receiver in the front of the room is
possible, but might require a secondary receiver depending on
the size of the room.
Setup for Ethernet use
If the receiver will use Ethernet as its connection, the second
Ethernet cable should be ran from the Power-over-Ethernet port
labelled “Data In” to the router, switch, or wall outlet connecting
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and begin operating using default settings. For most applications
this is sufficient.
*Ethernet to router not necessary if Wi-Fi used
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Setup for Wireless use
Using the web configuration portal
If the receiver will use Wi-Fi as its connection, the device must still
be temporarily connected to the router, switch, or wall outlet for
initial setup. Following setup the device may be disconnected and
moved to the correct location.
The Multi-Bike Receivers web portal will initially ask for a
username and password. The username is “root” and the
password is “keiser”. Once logged in, the portal gives access to
all the administrative tools needed for configuring.
Follow the instructions in the “Setup for Ethernet use” section to
get the receiver connected to the correct network. Then follow
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the wireless connection. Once completed, the receiver can be
disconnected from the network and restarted. Upon restart, the
receiver will begin operating on the wireless network.
CONFIGURING THE RECEIVER
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HTTP protocols on port 80 of the receiver’s assigned IP address.
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router, or using the Keiser Multi-Bike Receiver Finder.
Using the Multi-Bike Receiver Finder
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running Windows Vista or newer operating system. With the
software installed, connect to the same network as the receiver,
and start the finder. The finder may take up to 2 minutes to find
the receiver. Once found, a button will appear in the small finder
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correct IP Address of the receiver. The finder may be closed at
this point.
Note: The receiver’s settings are not automatically set after saving. The receiver
requires a restart before the settings will take effect. This can be done by unplugging
the receiver manually, or clicking the “Software Upload” page, and using the “Restart
Access Device” button.
Receiver Settings
The “Receiver Settings” page allows configuration of the receiver
for the specific display program being used. If the program used
does not specify the configuration required, leave as default. The
“Room Name” can be used if more than one receiver will be used
in the same network.
Ethernet Settings
The “Ethernet” page allows for setup of static IPs if required. For
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WLAN Settings
The “WLAN” page is where wireless connections are configured.
To setup a typical wireless connection, set the “Enabled Wireless
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the wireless connections detected by the receiver. Select the
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INTELLIGENT CYCLING
THE M3i INDOOR
GROUP CYCLE
M3i Specification
M3i Features include
Height
45”
1143mm
Revolutionary new display
Width
26”
660mm
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Length
49”
1245mm
Simpler seat adjustment pull-pin
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7EIGHT LBS
Four-way adjustable seat
Wheels on base for easy transport
Water bottle holder
To learn more about the Keiser M3i speak to your
Keiser sales representative or contact us:
Designed & built by Keiser, Fresno, California, USA
T: +1.559.256.8000
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www.keiser.com
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