operation guide
IC7.1/IC4000
OPERATION GUIDE
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INDOOR CYCLE OPERATION
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Model information
A) Adjustable Levers: allow adjustment to the height of both saddle post & handlebar
NOTE: To reposition the lever, pull lever outward and turn.
B) Heavy Flywheel: high-inertia flywheel creates a smooth feel.
C) Transportation Wheel: allows for easy movement of the machine.
D) Belt drive: simulates the feel of road riding.
E) Crank: initiates movement to the flywheel.
F) Saddle Post: allows vertical adjustment to customize height for any user.
G) Saddle Slider: allows fore/aft adjustment to customize for any user.
H) Saddle: extra padding to provide a comfortable ride.
I) Tension Control & Emergency Brake lever: friction brake with
microadjustable knob and push-down emergency stop.
NOTE: In case of emergency, press the emergency brake lever down to bring the
flywheel to an abrupt stop.
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HOW TO MOVE THE INDOOR CYCLE
Due to the weight of the Indoor Cycle, it is recommended
that two persons move it. While one person lifts the back
of the indoor cycle, the second person firmly holds the
handlebar and tips the indoor cycle forward until it rolls
on the wheels. Carefully move the Indoor Cycle to the
desired location and then lower it.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of injury, use extreme caution
while moving the indoor cycle. Do not attempt to
move it over uneven surfaces and make sure there’s
a safety space of 20 inch (minimum) to the nearest
equipment is recommended.
If the Indoor Cycle rocks on the floor after being set
down, turn the leveling feet underneath the front or rear
stabilizer until the rocking motion is eliminated.
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LOCATION OF THE
INDOOR CYCLE
30 cm
FRONT
3 ft
BIKE
91 cm
REAR
6 ft
6
3 ft
91 cm
183 cm
Place the Indoor Cycle on a
level surface. There should be
6 feet (183 cm) of clearance
behind the Indoor Cycle, 3 feet
(91 cm) on each side and 1 foot
(30 cm) in front of the Indoor
Cycle. Do not place the cycle
in any area that will block any
vent or air openings. The Indoor
Cycle should not be located in
a garage, covered patio, near
water or outdoors.
Leveling Feet
How to adjust the indoor cycle
The Indoor Cycle can be adjusted for maximum comfort and exercise effectiveness. The instructions below describe one
approach to adjusting the Indoor Cycle to ensure optimal user comfort and ideal body positioning; you may choose to adjust the
Indoor Cycle differently.
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Saddle adjustment
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Proper saddle height helps ensure maximum
exercise efficiency and comfort, while
reducing the risk of injury. Adjust the saddle
height to make sure it’s in proper position, one
that keeps a slightly bend in your knee while
your legs are in the extended position.
HANDLEBAR ADJUSTMENT
Proper position for the handlebar is based
primarily on comfort. Typically, the handlebar
should be positioned slightly higher than
the saddle for beginning cyclists. Advanced
cyclists could try different heights to get the
arrangement most suitable for you.
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To adjust the
saddle height:
Do not adjust the
saddle position
beyond the stop
marks on the
saddle slider
Do not adjust
saddle height
beyond the
stop mark on
the stem
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Rotate the adjustment lever
counterclockwise and adjust the
saddle to a comfortable pedaling
position. Rotate the lever clockwise
to lock saddle position.
To adjust the
saddle Horizontal
position:
Rotate the adjustment lever
counterclockwise to slide the saddle
forward or backward as desired.
Rotate the lever clockwise to lock
saddle position. Test the saddle slide
for proper operation.
To adjust the
handlebar height:
Do not adjust the
handlebar height
beyond the stop
mark on the stem
Rotate the adjustment lever
counterclockwise to adjust the handlebar
height. Raise or lower the handlebar
to the desired height. Rotate the lever
clockwise to lock handlebar position.
To adjust the pedal
straps:
The pedal
straps should be
adjusted to hold
the foot snugly in
the pedal
Place each foot ankle on the pedal
and in the toe clip that the foot ankle is
centered over the pedal spindle (center
of the pedal). Rotate one foot to arms
reach and pull up on the toe clip strap.
Repeat for the other foot. Keep your
knees over your feet as you pedal.
To remove your foot from the toe clip,
loosen the strap and pull out.
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Tension control and emergency brake
The preferred level of difficulty in pedaling (resistance) can be regulated in fine increments by use of the tension control
knob. To increase the resistance, turn the tension control knob clockwise. To decrease the resistance, turn the knob
counter clockwise.
IMPORTANT:
• To stop the flywheel while pedaling, push down on the red
emergency brake lever.
• The flywheel should quickly come to a complete stop.
• Make sure your shoes are fixed into the toe clip.
• Apply full resistance load when the bike is not in use to
prevent injuries due to moving drive gear components.
Tension control knob
Emergency brake
WARNING
The Indoor Cycle does not have a free moving flywheel; the
pedals will continue to move together with the flywheel until
the flywheel stops. Reducing speed in a controlled manner
is required. To stop the flywheel immediately, push down
the red emergency brake lever. Always pedal in a controlled
manner and adjust your desired cadence according to your
own abilities. Push the red lever down = emergency stop.
WARNING
The Indoor Cycle uses a fixed flywheel that builds momentum and will keep the pedals turning even after the user stops pedaling or if
the user’s feet slip off. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE YOUR FEET FROM THE PEDALS OR DISMOUNT THE MACHINE UNTIL
BOTH THE PEDALS AND THE FLYWHEEL HAVE COMPLETELY STOPPED. Failure to follow these instructions may lead to loss of
control and the potential for serious injury.
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CONSOLE OPERATION
BUTTONS
MODE/RESET
To confirm all settings. Press this button and hold for 2 seconds to reset all function figures.
SET
To set up the value of TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES, PULSE. You can hold the button to increase the
value fast. (The computer has to be in stop condition.)
FUNCTIONS
SCAN
Displays all function TIME→DISTANCE→CALORIES→ PULSE→ RPM/SPEED in sequence.
RPM
Displays the pedaling Rotation Per Minute. The RPM and SPEED will switch to another display in every
6 seconds after exercise starts.
SPEED
Displays the user’s exercise speed.
TIME
1. You can press “SET” button to set target time between 0:00 to 99:00 for count down function.
2. It can be set up by the user or accumulated automatically for count up function.
DISTANCE
1. Your can press “SET” button to set target distance between 0:00 to 99:50 for count down function.
2. It can be set up by the user or accumulated automatically for count up function.
CALORIES
1. You can press “SET” button to set target calories between 0 to 9990 for count down function.
2. It can be set up by the user or accumulated automatically for count up function.
PULSE
Displays the user’s pulse. User may set the target pulse. When pulse value reaches to the target, the
computer will alarm with “Beep” sound.
WIRELESS HEART RATE
IC7.1and IC4000 has a built-in wireless heart rate receiver. When used in conjunction with a wireless chest transmitter,
your heart rate can be transmitted wirelessly to the console.
Prior to wearing the wireless chest transmitter on your chest, moisten the two rubber electrodes with water. Center the chest
strap just below the breast or pectoral muscles, directly over your sternum, with the logo facing out. NOTE: The chest strap
must be tight and properly placed to receive an accurate and consistent readout. If the chest strap is too loose, or positioned
improperly, you may receive an erratic or inconsistent heart rate readout.
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CONSOLE OPERATION
Fig. A
Fig. B
1) After installing the battery (CR2032 3V), the display will turn on (Fig. A) and
the console will make a beep sound before entering TIME and DATE setup.
Press “MODE” button to confirm. When complete, the console will display
the main screen (Fig. B).
2) Press "SET" to enter set-up mode. Press “SET” button to adjust the TIME
value and press “MODE” to confirm setting. Repeat the process to set up
DISTANCE, CALORIES and PULSE.
3) During your workout, TIME, DISTANCE, and CALORIES will count up
from 0. If you have set a TIME, DISTANCE or CALORIES TARGET, the
console will count down from the target you have set to 0. When you are
within 30 seconds of completing your target, the console beeps. If you
keep exercising after reaching your target, the console will count up from 0.
When a pulse signal is detected, the console will beep consistently.
4) Press "SCAN" during your workout and the display will change the feedback
every 6 seconds (Fig. C).
5) Press “MODE” during your workout and the display will only show RPM and
SPEED. The console will cycle between RPM and SPEED every 6 seconds.
NOTE:
• After 4 minutes of inactivity, the console will display TEMPERATURE and
TIME and DATE (Fig. D). Press any button to return to the main screen (Fig. B).
• Removing battery will restore default settings.
• If the computer displays abnormally, re-install the battery.
• Battery Spec: 3V CR2032 (1PC).
• To replace the battery, remove the screw and the battery cover on the back of
the console.
WARNUNG
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Heart rate monitoring systems may be inaccurate. Over exercise may result in series
injury or death. If you feel faint, stop training immediately.
Fig. C
Fig. D
TROUBLESHOOTING
& MAINTENANCE
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COMMON PRODUCT QUESTIONS
ARE THE SOUNDS MY Indoor Cycle MAKES NORMAL?
Our Indoor Cycles are some of the quietest available because they use belt drives and cantilever brake resistance. We use the
highest grade bearings and chains/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 Indoor Cycles. 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, chains/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 Indoor Cycle 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.
HOW LONG WILL THE BELT LAST?
The computer modeling we have done indicated virtually thousands of maintenance free hours. You should not have to replace
the belt as long as you have the Indoor Cycle.
CAN I MOVE THE Indoor Cycle EASILY ONCE IT IS ASSEMBLED?
Your Indoor Cycle has a pair of transport wheels built into the front stabilizer tube. Please follow the moving the Indoor Cycle
section to transport your Indoor Cycle. It is important that you place your Indoor Cycle in a comfortable and inviting room. Your
Indoor Cycle is designed to use minimal floor space. Many people will place their Indoor Cycles facing the TV or a picture
window. If at all possible, avoid putting your Indoor Cycle in an unfinished basement. To make exercise a desirable daily activity
for you, the Indoor Cycle should be in a comfortable setting.
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TROUBLES HOOTIN G
PROBLEM: The Indoor Cycle makes a squeaking or chirping noise.
SOLUTION: Verify the following:
• The Indoor Cycle is on a level surface.
• Loosen all bolts attached during the assembly process, grease the threads, and tighten again.
If this does not remedy the problem, you may
CONTA CT CUSTO MER TECH SUPPORT AT THE NUMBER ON THE INFORMATION CARD.
The following information may be asked of you when you call. Please have these items readily available:
• Model Name
• Serial Number
• Proof of Purchase (receipt or credit card statement)
You may find more troubleshooting suggestions on the customer support section of our website. Contact customer
support using the contact information on the INFORMATION CARD.
In order for Customer Tech Support to service your Indoor Cycle they may need to ask detailed questions about the symptoms
that are occurring. Some troubleshooting questions that may be asked are:
• 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 or the back? What kind of noise is it (thumping,
grinding, squeaking, chirping etc.)?
• Has the machine been lubricated and maintained per the maintenance schedule?
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 Indoor Cycle running again!
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MAINTENANCE
The safety level given by the design of the Indoor Cycle can only be maintained when the equipment is regularly examined for
damage and wear. Inoperable components should be replaced or the equipment should be put out of use until it is repaired.
DAILY
• Wipe down the Indoor Cycle after each use to remove sweat and moisture. Use soap and water, or a diluted non-abrasive
domestic cleaner solution. Rinse to remove detergent residue and then dry off.
• Before each session, inspect for loose components such as pedals or cranks prior to commencing the next use. Tighten
up any loose parts.
WEEKLY
• Check for proper flywheel alignment. Torque flywheel nuts as necessary.
• Remove chain guard and check for loose chain. Adjust and lubricate the chain as necessary.
• Check to make sure the crank arms are tight to the bottom bracket.
• Inspect all parts, nuts, bolts, or screws for adjustments, replacements or maintenance.
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MONTHLY
• Inspect the frame and main assembly components for rust or corrosion. Tilt the cycle or place in an upside down position
to locate areas where rust and corrosion may develop. Use a small, wire brush to remove rust build-up in small crevasses,
such as leveling feet, quick release levers and other bolt assemblies.
• Inspect all wear items for adjustments or possible part replacement. Give particular attention to the following:
A) Inspect brake pad for wear. Excessive wear or dryness indicates replacement is required.
B) Inspect seat pad for wear. Rips, tears or excessive movement indicates replacement is required.
C) Inspect pedals for play. Excessive movement of pedals indicates replacement is required.
• Inspect the chain for tensioning by rotating the crank to drive the flywheel forward. Do this motion in 1/4 turns to assess if
there is free play between the crank and the flywheel.
• Dryness or prolonged use may cause the height and reach adjustments for the seat and handlebar to become tight. If this
is the case, the sliding assembly should be removed from the frame and have a smear of light duty grease applied along
the sliding surface before assembly. Similarly, apply some light grease to the clamping assembly to ensure it does not seize
up. Clean off excessive grease before reassembly.
• Please lubricate the seat post, brake pad and handlebar adjustment regularly with lubricant in your parts package.
D: Entsorgungshinweis
VISION Fitness / HORIZON Fitness / TEMPO Fitness / TREO Fitness / LIVESTRONG Fitness- Produkte sind
recyclebar. Führen Sie das Gerät am Ende der Nutzungsdauer einer sachgerechten Entsorgung zu (örtliche
Sammelstelle).
GB: Waste Disposal
VISION Fitness / HORIZON Fitness / TEMPO Fitness / TREO Fitness / LIVESTRONG Fitness products are
recyclable.
At the end if its useful life please dispose of this article correctly and safely (local refuse sites).
F: Remarque relative à la gestion des dèchets
Les produits VISION Fitness / HORIZON Fitness / TEMPO Fitness / TREO Fitness / LIVESTRONG Fitness
sont recyclables. A la fin sa durrèe d`utilisation, remettez I´appareil à un centre de gestion de dèchets correct
(collecte locale).
NL: Verwijderingsaanwijzing
VISION Fitness / HORIZON Fitness / TEMPO Fitness / TREO Fitness / LIVESTRONG Fitness producten zijn
recycleerbaar. Breng het apparaat aan het einde van de gebruiksduur naar een op recycling gespecialiseerd
bedrijf (plaatselijk verzamelpunt).
E: Informaciones para la evacuaciòn
Los productos de VISION Fitness / HORIZON Fitness / TEMPO Fitness / TREO Fitness / LIVESTRONG Fitness
son riciclables. Cuando se termina la vida ùtil de un aparato o una màquina, entrèguelos an una impresa local
de eleiminaciòn de residuos para su reciclaje.
I: Indicazione sullo smaltimento
I prodotti VISION Fitness / HORIZON Fitness / TEMPO Fitness / TREO Fitness / LIVESTRONG Fitness sono
reciclabill. Quando I`apparecchio non servirà più, portatelo in un apposito punto di raccolta della Vostra città
(Punti di raccolta comunall).
PL: Wskazòwka dotyczàca usuwania odpadòw.
Producty firmy VISION Fitness / HORIZON Fitness / TEMPO Fitness / TREO Fitness / LIVESTRONG Fitness
podlegajà recyklingowi. Pod koniec okresu o`ywalnoÈcl pros`z oddac urzàdzenie do wlaÈciwego punkto
usuwania odpadòw (lokalny punkt zbiorczy).
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