C510 SpinBike.cdr
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.................................................................................... 1
CHAPTER 2: INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 DIMENSIONS......................................................................................................
2
2.2 LIST OF PARTS................................................................................................... 3
2.3 COMPONENTS in the Hardwars Kit.................................................................... 4
2.4 COMPONENTS on the Product........................................................................... 4
CHAPTER 3: ASSMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3.1 SETP1................................................................................................................... 5
3.2 SETP2................................................................................................................... 6
3.3 SETP3................................................................................................................... 7
CHAPTER 4: OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS................................................. 8
4.1 Adjusting the resistance...................................................................................... 8
4.2 Usage and Maintenance...................................................................................... 9
CHAPTER 1- SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. Read and follow all cautionary messages and warnings in this manual. Obtain
instructions on the proper user of this machine prior to exercising. Use appropriate
body positioning and controlled movements.
2. To address your particular needs and physical condition, consult your physician
before beginning any exercise program.
3. Assembly and operate this product on a solid, level surface. Do not use outdoors or
near water.
4. Never allow children on or near the equipment.
5. Make sure all fasteners are properly tightened for safety. DO NOT use the product if
the unit is disassembled in any way.
6. Keep your head, body, limbs, and fingers clear of all moving parts.
7. If at any time during exercise you feel faint, dizzy, or experience pain, stop exercising
and consult your physician.
8. DO NOT wear loose or dangling clothing while using the equipment. Keep away from
all moving parts.
9. User care when mounting and dismounting the unit.
10. DO NOT use any accessories that aren't specifically recommended by the
manufacture. Aftermarket accessories might cause injuries or cause the unit to fall.
11. Close supervision is necessary when this product is used by, on, or near
adolescents, invalids and disabled persons.
12. Use this product only for its intended use as described in this manual.
13. Never operate this product if it has been damaged in any way. If it is not working
properly or has been dropped or damaged, contact your dealer. DO NOT attempt to
fix a broken or jammed machine. Contact a qualified fitness product technician.
14. Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
15. Ensure that an area of 2000 x 1000 mm behind the exercise bike is free of
obstacles.
Note that throughout this assembly guide the words “left” and “right” are used in regard
to the product and its parts. As such, these side designations correspond to the left and
right sides of a person in place to exercise on the product. Also, for brevity, the word
“screws” is used at times when screws, washers, and other hardware may be involved.
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CHAPTER 2-INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 DIMENSIONS
2
2.2 LIST OF PARTS
Assembly Parts
Number
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
Qty
Name
Main frame
1
Saddle
1
Handle bar w/stainless slider 1
Stainless Handle bar post 1
Front stabilizer tube
1
Rear stabilizer tube
1
Name
Number
Pedal
A7
Bottle cage
A8
Hardware kit
A9
3
Qty
1
1
1
2.3 COMPONENTS in the Hardwars Kit
Hardware Kit
Number
Name
Qty
L-shaped Allen wrench
1
Open-end wrench
1
Specification
Notes
(M4)
2.4 COMPONENTS on the Product
Components on the Product
Number
Name
Specification
Stainless nut for stabilizer tube
41
Stainless washer for stabilizer tube
Fixing bolt for stabilizer tube
22
Handle bar release lever
23
Stainless screw for bottle cage
24
Stainless screw for bottle cage
Stainless washer for bottle cage
25
Brake system
26
Brake handle
4
Notes
CHAPTER 3-ASSMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3.1 STEP 1
(a) Remove screws (21) from the front and rear stabilizer tubes (A5, A6).
(b) Use screws (21) to secure front and rear stabilizer tubes (A5, A6) onto the main
frame (A1).
(a)
(b)
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3.2 STEP 2
(a) Remove the handlebar release lever (22) from the handlebar w/stainless slider (A3)
a b
in order ○○.
(b) Rotate to release the set knob. Remove the filler tube, and insert the stainless
handlebar post (A4) into the main frame (A1). Then rotate to secure the set knob.
(c) Assemble the handlebar w/stainless slider (A3) onto the stainless handlebar post
a b . Then secure the handlebar release lever (22).
(A4) in order ○○
(a)
b
a
(b)
(c)
a
b
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3.3 STEP 3
(a) Install the saddle (A2) onto the main frame (A1). Then secure the saddle (A2) nuts
on both sides.
(b) Secure pedals (A7) onto the cranks.
(c) Remove screws (23)(24) from the main frame (A1). Then secure the bottle cage (A8)
into place.
(a)
(b)
(c)
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CHAPTER 4- OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
4.1 Adjusting the resistance
Use the brake knob (25) to loosen (-) or tighten (+) resistance as you exercise.
The flywheel should rotate freely without any resistance when you loosen (-) the
brake system fully.
More experienced riders may wish to increase the overall resistance by
tightening (+) the brake system.
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4.2 Usage and Maintenance
(1) Model C510 is designed to be used as an indoor cycle in fitness studios and health
clubs. It has a fixed, wheel-driven flywheel, and should only be used under
professional supervision.
(2) It is important that the C510 is correctly assembled. We recommend that a
qualified installer assemble the bike.
(3) Handlebar and seat adjustment. It is important that the handlebar and seat are set at
the correct height for your body. If necessary, ask your instructor for assistance. To
adjust the handlebar height, undo the release lever where the handlebar post fits into
the frame. Slide the handlebar post up or down to the required height and retighten
the release lever. Make sure the handlebar is secure, with no lateral or vertical
movement. The handlebar position can be adjusted forward or backward. Undo the
release lever located below the handlebar slider. Slide the handlebar assembly
forward or backward until you reach the required position. Then securely tighten the
release lever.
(4) Seat height adjustment. Undo the release lever located where the seat post fits into
the frame. Adjust the seat to the required height. Then retighten the release lever.
Make sure the lever is tight enough to prevent the seat from twisting side to side.
The seat position can be adjusted forward and backward. Undo the release lever
located beside the seat slider. Loosen the release lever, slide the seat to the required
position, then retighten the release lever.
(5) Pedal and toe straps. Your feet should be securely positioned in the toe clips during
exercise. Put your foot as far forwards as possible into the toe-clip, and pull the strap
tight.
(6) The C510 should operate on a level surface with no lateral movement. There is a
height adjustment pad underneath both sides of the foot tube. Rotate these pads
upward or downward until the bike is totally stable on the ground.
(7) To stop the wheel quickly, engage the emergency brake(25)(26) by pressing its
handle down.
Maintenance – This product may become unsafe when bolts or other parts become
loose, or when there is excessive noise from the flywheel. Like any other mechanical
device, the C510 should be maintained regularly. Ask your supplier about a regular
maintenance program. Refer to the following maintenance chart.
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No DESCRIPTION
Daily Weekly Monthly Quarterly Annually
1 Wipe machine down
2 Spray the frame with WD40
3 Perform a visual check
4 Check security of handle bar
post & seat post
5 Check security of saddle
6 Remove handlebar post and
clean tube
7 Remove seat and clean tube
8 Check brake pads for wear and
proper alignment
9 Check brake adjustment
10 Check security of all knobs &
the release lever
11 Check toe straps for signs of wear
12 Check crank bolts and re-tighten
13 Make sure pedals are screwed in
15 Wipe a rust inhibitor on the flywheel,
handlebar, and seat tube set
14 Check belt tension
16 Check the bottom bracket
17 Check flywheel bearings
18 Perform a full frame inspection
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