Assembly Guide
R40
R20
EXERCISE BIKE OWNER’S MANUAL
Read the BIKE guide before using this owner’s manual.
U40
U20
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
When using an exercise product, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before
using this exercise bike. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that all users of this exercise bike are adequately informed
of all warnings and precautions. If you have any questions after reading this owner’s manual, contact your authorized Vision
Fitness retailer.
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.
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WARNING
READ AND SAVE ALL INSTRUCTIONS before assembling or using this
exercise bike. It is strongly recommended to take the following safety
instructions.
• CAUTION: If you experience chest pains, nausea, dizziness or shortness of breath, stop exercising immediately and consult your
physician before continuing.
• Use this exercise bike for its intended purpose as described in this manual. Do not use attachments that have not been
recommended by the manufacturer.
•Never operate the exercise bike if it is not working properly or if it has been damaged. Please reference contact information on the
back cover for assistance.
•Do not use the exercise bike without proper footwear. NEVER operate the exercise bike with bare feet.
•Do not wear any clothing that might catch on any moving parts of this exercise bike.
• Keep hands and feet clear at all times from moving parts to avoid injury. Never turn the pedal cranks by hand.
•Do not dismount the exercise bike until the pedals are at a complete STOP.
•Do not attempt to ride the exercise bike in a standing position at high RPMs until you have practiced at slower speeds.
•Do not insert any object, hands or feet into any openings, or expose hands, arms or feet to the drive mechanism or other
potentially moving part of the exercise bike.
•Do not use any equipment that is damaged or has worn or broken parts. Use only replacement parts supplied by an authorized
service technician.
•Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or when oxygen is being administered.
• Close supervision is necessary when used near children, invalids or disabled people.
•When the exercise bike is in use, young children and pets should be kept at least 3 meters / 310 cm (10 feet) away.
• Ensure that adjustment levers (seat and handlebar fore-and-aft) are properly secured and do not interfere with range of motion
during exercise.
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ASSEMBLY
WARNING
There are several areas during the assembly process when 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.
Before proceeding, find your bike’s serial number located on a white barcode sticker on
the bottom-front of the bike as shown in this image.
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
ENTER YOUR SERIAL NUMBER AND MODEL NAME IN THE BOXES BELOW:
SERIAL NUMBER:
MODEL NAME:
VISION
BIKE
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WARNING
U20
Consult a physician prior to
using any exercise equipment.
Possibility of serious injury if
equipment is used improperly.
Heart rate monitoring systems
may be inaccurate. Over
exercise may result in serious
injury or death. Stop exercising
if you feel pain, faint, dizzy or
short of breath. Read Owner’s
Manual before using. Keep
children off and away from this
equipment. This machine is
designed for Home-use only, do
not use for club or therapeutic
purposes.
Konsultieren Sie einen Arzt,
bevor Sie mit dem Training
beginnen. Bei unsachgemäßem
Gebrauch kann es zu
ernsthaften Verletzungen
kommen.
Herzfrequenzüberwachungssysteme können ungenau sein.
Übermäßiges Training kann zu
ernsthaften Verletzungen oder
zum Tod führen. Beenden Sie
Ihr Training, wenn Sie
Schmerzen, Übelkeit, Schindel
oder Atemnot verspüren. Lesen
Sie vor der Erstbenutzung die
Bedienungsanleitung. Halten
Sie Kinder vom Trainingsgerät
fern. Nur für den Heimgebrauch.
PULSE GRIP HANDLEBARS
CONSOLE
CONSOLE MAST
SEAT
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
(BOTTLE NOT INCLUDED)
WARNING
Consult a physician prior to
using any exercise equipment.
Possibility of serious injury if
equipment is used improperly.
Heart rate monitoring systems
may be inaccurate. Over
exercise may result in serious
injury or death. Stop exercising
if you feel pain, faint, dizzy or
short of breath. Read Owner’s
Manual before using. Keep
children off and away from this
equipment. This machine is
designed for Home-use only, do
not use for club or therapeutic
purposes.
Konsultieren Sie einen Arzt,
bevor Sie mit dem Training
beginnen. Bei unsachgemäßem
Gebrauch kann es zu
ernsthaften Verletzungen
kommen.
Herzfrequenzüberwachungssysteme können ungenau sein.
Übermäßiges Training kann zu
ernsthaften Verletzungen oder
zum Tod führen. Beenden Sie
Ihr Training, wenn Sie
Schmerzen, Übelkeit, Schindel
oder Atemnot verspüren. Lesen
Sie vor der Erstbenutzung die
Bedienungsanleitung. Halten
Sie Kinder vom Trainingsgerät
fern. Nur für den Heimgebrauch.
PULSE GRIP HANDLEBARS
CONSOLE MAST
SEAT
SEAT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT KNOB
SEAT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT KNOB
POWER CORD SOCKET
PEDALS
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WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
(BOTTLE NOT INCLUDED)
CONSOLE MAST GROMMET
CONSOLE MAST GROMMET
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
U40
SEAT POST TUBE
SEAT POST TUBE
BIKE FRAME
CONSOLE
FRONT STABILIZER TUBE
CRANK
POWER CORD SOCKET
CRANK
PEDALS
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
FRONT STABILIZER TUBE
BIKE FRAME
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CONSOLE MAST HANDLEBARS
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
(BOTTLE NOT INCLUDED)
R20
CONSOLE
CONSOLE MAST
WARNING
Consult a physician prior to
using any exercise equipment.
Possibility of serious injury if
equipment is used improperly.
Heart rate monitoring systems
may be inaccurate. Over
exercise may result in serious
injury or death. Stop exercising
if you feel pain, faint, dizzy or
short of breath. Read Owner’s
Manual before using. Keep
children off and away from this
equipment. This machine is
designed for Home-use only, do
not use for club or therapeutic
purposes.
Konsultieren Sie einen Arzt,
bevor Sie mit dem Training
beginnen. Bei unsachgemäßem
Gebrauch kann es zu
ernsthaften Verletzungen
kommen.
Herzfrequenzüberwachungssysteme können ungenau sein.
Übermäßiges Training kann zu
ernsthaften Verletzungen oder
zum Tod führen. Beenden Sie
Ihr Training, wenn Sie
Schmerzen, Übelkeit, Schindel
oder Atemnot verspüren. Lesen
Sie vor der Erstbenutzung die
Bedienungsanleitung. Halten
Sie Kinder vom Trainingsgerät
fern. Nur für den Heimgebrauch.
MESH SEATBACK
SEAT BASE
CONSOLE MAST HANDLEBARS
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
(BOTTLE NOT INCLUDED)
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CONSOLE MAST
R40
WARNING
CONSOLE MAST GROMMET
CRANK
PEDALS
POWER CORD SOCKET
FRONT STABILIZER TUBE
Consult a physician prior to
using any exercise equipment.
Possibility of serious injury if
equipment is used improperly.
Heart rate monitoring systems
may be inaccurate. Over
exercise may result in serious
injury or death. Stop exercising
if you feel pain, faint, dizzy or
short of breath. Read Owner’s
Manual before using. Keep
children off and away from this
equipment. This machine is
designed for Home-use only, do
not use for club or therapeutic
purposes.
Konsultieren Sie einen Arzt,
bevor Sie mit dem Training
beginnen. Bei unsachgemäßem
Gebrauch kann es zu
ernsthaften Verletzungen
kommen.
Herzfrequenzüberwachungssysteme können ungenau sein.
Übermäßiges Training kann zu
ernsthaften Verletzungen oder
zum Tod führen. Beenden Sie
Ihr Training, wenn Sie
Schmerzen, Übelkeit, Schindel
oder Atemnot verspüren. Lesen
Sie vor der Erstbenutzung die
Bedienungsanleitung. Halten
Sie Kinder vom Trainingsgerät
fern. Nur für den Heimgebrauch.
MESH SEATBACK
SEAT BASE
PULSE GRIP HANDLEBARS
SEAT POSITION ADJUSTMENT LEVER
CONSOLE
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
CONSOLE MAST GROMMET
CRANK
PEDALS
POWER CORD SOCKET
FRONT STABILIZER TUBE
PULSE GRIP HANDLEBARS
SEAT POSITION ADJUSTMENT LEVER
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
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TOOLS INCLUDED:
ALL
MODELS
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FF 15/17 mm Flat Wrench
FF 4 mm L Wrench (U20/R20/R40)
FF 5 mm T Wrench
FF Screwdriver
FF 5 mm L Wrench
FF 14/17 mm Flat Wrench (U20/U40)
NEED HELP?
If you have questions or if there
are any missing parts, contact your
authorized Vision Fitness retailer.
U20 & U40 PARTS
INCLUDED:
R20 & R40 PARTS
INCLUDED:
FF 1 Bike Frame
FF 1 Rear Stabilizer Tube
FF 1 Front Stabilizer Tube (U20 only)
FF 1 Console Mast
FF 1 Console Mast Grommet
FF 1 Pulse Grip Handlebar
FF 1 Water Bottle Holder
FF 1 Seat Post Tube
FF 1 Seat
FF 1 Seat Adjustment Knob
FF 2 Pedals with Straps
FF 1 Power Cord
FF 1 Hardware Kit
FF 1 Bike Frame
FF 1 Rear Stabilizer Tube
FF 1 Seat Bottom
FF 1 Seat Bottom Support (R40 only)
FF 1 Mesh Seatback
FF 1 Seat Handlebar
FF 1 Seat Frame
FF 1 Set Inside/Outside Seatback
Covers (R20 only)
FF 1 Console Mast
FF 1 Console Mast Grommet
FF 1 Console Handlebar
FF 1 Water Bottle Holder
FF 2 Pedals with Straps
FF 1 Power Cord
FF 1 Hardware Kit
PRE-ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
UNPACKING
Unpack the product where you will be using it. Place
the carton on a level flat surface. It is recommended
that you place a protective covering on your floor.
Never open box when it is on its side.
U20 & U40 PAGE 12
R20 & R40 PAGE 17
NOTE: During each assembly step, ensure that ALL
nuts and bolts are in place and partially threaded in
before completely tightening any ONE bolt.
NOTE: A light application of grease may aid in the
installation of hardware. Any grease, such as lithium
bike grease is recommended.
NOTE: It is recommended that two people work
together for ease and efficiency while assembling.
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U20 & U40 ASSEMBLY STEP 1
U20 & U40 MODELS
U20 & U40 ASSEMBLY STEP 2
HARDWARE for step 1 :
U20 ONLY
U20
U40
BOLT (B)
70 mm
Qty: 2
SPRING
WASHER (C)
15.4 mm
Qty: 4
BOLT (D)
ARC WASHER (F)
SPRING WASHER (E)
U20 SHOWN
SPRING
WASHER (E)
13.5 mm
Qty: 2
ARC
WASHER (F)
18 mm
Qty: 2
BIKE FRAME
BOLTS (A)
BOLTS (B)
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
A
Open hardware for step 1.
CONSOLE MAST
SET SCREW (H)
B
Attach the rear stabilizer tube to the bike
frame using 2 bolts (A) , 2 bolts (B) and 4
spring washers (C).
C U20 ONLY: Attach the front stabilizer tube
to the bike frame using 2 bolts (D), 2 spring
washers (E) and 2 arc washers (F).
CONSOLE MAST BOOT
CONSOLE CABLE
SPRING WASHERS (E)
BOLTS (G)
BOLT (G)
15 mm
Qty: 6
BOLT (G)
15 mm
Qty: 5
SPRING
WASHER (E)
13.5 mm
Qty: 6
SPRING
WASHER (E)
13.5 mm
Qty: 4
U20
U40
CONSOLE MAST
BOLT (G)
A
Open hardware for step 2.
CONSOLE MAST BOOT
B
Slide console mast grommet from the bottom
up the console mast.
CONSOLE CABLE
SPRING WASHERS (E)
C Attach lead wire to console cable and pull
through console mast. Slide console mast
into bike frame.
BIKE FRAME
D
U20 ONLY: Attach the console mast to the
bike frame using 6 bolts (G), 6 spring
washers (E) and 1 set screw (H).
E
U40 ONLY: Attach the console mast to the
bike frame using 5 bolts (G) and 4 spring
washers (E).
F
Slide console mast grommet down over
bike frame.
BOLTS (G)
BIKE FRAME
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HARDWARE FOR U40:
SET SCREW (H)
10 mm
Qty: 1
LEAD WIRE
LEAD WIRE
SPRING WASHERS (C)
HARDWARE FOR U20:
U40 SHOWN
BOLT (D)
20 mm
Qty: 2
BOLT (A)
25 mm
Qty: 2
REAR STABILIZER TUBE
U20 ONLY:
Note: Be careful not to pinch any wires
while attaching the console mast.
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U20 & U40 ASSEMBLY STEP 3
U20 SHOWN
U20
U40
U20 & U40 ASSEMBLY STEP 4
HARDWARE for step 3 :
U40 SHOWN
CONSOLE CABLES
CONSOLE CABLES
BOLT (D)
20 mm
Qty: 2
BOLTS (D)
BOLTS (D)
SPRING
WASHERS (E)
SPRING
WASHERS (E)
HANDLEBARS
HANDLEBARS
SPRING
WASHER (E)
13.5 mm
Qty: 2
A
Open hardware for step 3.
B
Feed the handlebar wires through the
hole in the console mast and out the top
of the console mast.
CONSOLE MAST
CONSOLE MAST
U40 SHOWN
A
Attach seat to seat post tube using seat clamp
on bottom of seat, tightening it with the provided
14mm/17mm flat wrench.
B
Pull the seat height adjustment knob outward
while sliding the seat post tube into the bike
frame. (NOTE: It may be necessary to turn the seat
adjustment knob to the left to allow the seat
post tube to slide into the bike frame.) Secure by
turning seat adjustment knob to the right.
SEAT
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
PRE-INSTALLED BOLTS
PRE-INSTALLED BOLTS
C Attach the handlebars to the console
mast using 2 bolts (D) and 2 spring
washers (E).
D
Attach the water bottle holder to the
console mast using 2 pre-installed
bolts.
SEAT POST TUBE
LEFT PEDAL
LEFT CRANK ARM
RIGHT PEDAL
Note: Be careful not to pinch any wires
while attaching the handlebars.
U20
U40
C Attach the PEDAL STRAP to the RIGHT PEDAL.
Attach the RIGHT PEDAL to the RIGHT CRANK
ARM, tightening it CLOCKWISE with the provided
15mm/17mm flat wrench.
D
RIGHT CRANK ARM
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NOTE: There is no hardware for this step.
Attach the PEDAL STRAP to the LEFT PEDAL.
Attach the LEFT PEDAL onto the LEFT CRANK ARM,
tightening it COUNTER-CLOCKWISE with the provided
15mm/17mm flat wrench. (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.)
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U20 & U40 ASSEMBLY STEP 5
U40 SHOWN
R20 & R40 ASSEMBLY STEP 1
NOTE: All hardware is pre-installed.
U20
U40
CONSOLE
A
Connect the console cables and carefully tuck the
console cables into the console mast.
B
Attach the console to the console mast using the 4 preinstalled bolts.
HARDWARE FOR R20:
R40 SHOWN
BIKE FRAME
CONSOLE CABLES
C Plug in power adapter as shown.
HARDWARE FOR R40:
BOLT (A)
20 mm
Qty: 2
BOLT (A)
25 mm
Qty: 2
SPRING
WASHER (C)
15.4 mm
Qty: 4
SPRING
WASHER (C)
15.4 mm
Qty: 4
R20
R40
SPRING WASHERS (C)
PRE-INSTALLED BOLTS
BOLT (B)
65 mm
Qty: 2
BOLTS (A)
Note: Be careful not to pinch any wires while attaching the console.
BOLT (B)
70 mm
Qty: 2
CONSOLE MAST
POWER ADAPTER
BOLTS (B)
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U20 & U40 ASSEMBLY COMPLETE!
A
Open hardware for step 1.
B
Attach the rear stabilizer tube to the
bike frame using 2 bolts (A) and 2 spring
washers (C) to the outside holes and with 2
bolts (B) and 2 spring washers (C) to the
inside holes.
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R20 ASSEMBLY STEP 2
R40 ASSEMBLY STEP 2
HARDWARE for step 2 :
SEAT HANDLEBARS
R20
BOLT (D)
15 mm
Qty: 4
BOLTS (D)
ARC
WASHER (F)
18 mm
Qty: 4
SPRING WASHERS (C)
SPRING
WASHER (C)
15.4 mm
Qty: 8
BOLT (A)
20 mm
Qty: 6
BOLT (E)
35 mm
Qty: 4
HARDWARE for step 2 :
BOLTS (D)
SEAT RAIL
STOPPER
Qty: 1
SCREW (G)
20 mm
Qty: 3
SPRING WASHERS (C)
SEAT HANDLEBARS
SEAT BOTTOM SUPPORT
SPRING WASHERS (F)
MESH SEATBACK
HEART RATE WIRES
INSIDE COVER
A
Open hardware for step 2.
B
Mount the seat handlebars to the seat
frame with 4 bolts (D) and 4 spring
washers (C).
SEAT FRAME
OUTSIDE COVER
C Mount the seat bottom to the seat frame with
4 bolts (E) and 4 arc washers (F).
ARC WASHERS (F)
D
BOLTS (E)
SEAT BOTTOM
SEAT RAIL
FIG. A
SCREWS (G)
E
Attach the outside cover to the seat frame
and inside cover with 3 SCREWs (G).
F
Push the seat frame LOCK LEVER forward and
side the seat FRAME onto the seat rail from the
rear of the bike.
HEART RATE WIRES
BOLTS (A)
SEAT RAIL
SPRING WASHERS (C)
SEAT FRAME LOCK LEVER
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SEAT RAIL
STOPPER
BOLTS (A)
Place the inside cover over the mesh
seatback and mount the mesh seatback to
the seat frame with 4 bolts (A) and 4 spring
washers (C).
G Connect the heart rate wires in the seat
handlebars to the heart rate wires coming
up from the seat rail (fig.A).
H
Attach the seat rail stopper (fig.A) to the
seat rail with 2 bolts (A).
BOLT (D)
20 mm
Qty: 6
SEAT BOTTOM
BOLTS (E)
SPRING
WASHER (F)
12.2 mm
Qty: 4
B
Remove the pre-installed bolt from the front hole
in the seat rail adjustment lever. Rotate the seat
lever into alignment on the bracket. Reinsert the preinstalled bolt and tighten both bolts.
C
Connect the seat handlebar heart rate wires to
the seat frame heart rate wires. Attach the seat
handlebars to the seat frame with 2 bolts (D) and
2 spring washers (C) to the rear set of holes.
D
Set the seat bottom support onto the main seat
frame so that the rear set of holes line up over the front
set of holes on the seat handlebar. Secure in place
with 4 bolts (E) and 4 spring washers (F).
E
Attach the seat bottom cushion to the seat
bottom support with 4 bolts (D) and 4 spring
washers (F).
F
Slide the seat tilt adjustment lever in place over
the seat frame, making sure the handle of the seat
tilt adjustment lever is pointing up. Tighten the two
set screws in the seat tilt adjustment lever
bracket.
G
Attach the mesh seatback to the seat frame using
6 bolts (G).
HANDLEBAR WIRES
SEAT FRAME
SEAT RAIL
ADJUSTMENT LEVER
BOLT (G)
SEAT TILT ADJUSTMENT LEVER
PRE-INSTALLED SET SCREWS
R40
BOLT (G)
12 mm
Qty: 6
Open hardware for step 2.
BOLTS (G)
PRE-INSTALLED BOLT
BOLT (E)
55 mm
Qty: 4
A
MESH SEATBACK
BOLTS (G)
SPRING
WASHER (C)
15.4 mm
Qty: 6
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R20 ASSEMBLY STEP 3
R40 ASSEMBLY STEP 3
HARDWARE for step 3 :
LEAD WIRE
CONSOLE CABLES
R20
BOLTS (A)
SPRING WASHERS (C)
BOLT (D)
15 mm
Qty: 4
SPRING
WASHER (C)
15.4 mm
Qty: 6
BOLT (A)
20 mm
Qty: 2
SET SCREW (H)
10 mm
Qty: 1
CONSOLE CABLES
CONSOLE CABLES
CONSOLE MAST GROMMET
SPRING WASHERS (C)
BOLTS (D)
RIGHT PEDAL
RIGHT CRANK ARM
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BOLT (H)
15 mm
Qty: 4
SPRING
WASHER (C)
15.4 mm
Qty: 6
BOLT (D)
20 mm
Qty: 2
SET SCREW (I)
10 mm
Qty: 1
R40
HANDLEBAR
A Open hardware for step 3.
SET SCREW (I)
B Slide the console mast grommet from the bottom up the
console mast.
C Attach the CONSOLE CABLES from the BIKE FRAME to the LEAD
WIRE in the bottom of the CONSOLE MAST and carefully pull the LEAD
WIRE through the CONSOLE MAST until the CONSOLE CABLES are
located at the top of the mast.
CONSOLE MAST
BOLTS (D)
SPRING WASHERS (C)
HANDLEBAR
SET SCREW (H)
HARDWARE for step 3 :
LEAD WIRE
D Slide the CONSOLE MAST onto the BIKE FRAME. Detach and discard
the LEAD WIRE.
E Attach the mast to the frame with 4 BOLTS (D), 4 SPRING WASHERS
(C) and 1 SET SCREW (H) and slide the CONSOLE MAST GROMMET
down over the BIKE FRAME.
CONSOLE CABLES
A Open hardware for step 3.
B Slide the console mast grommet from the bottom up the
console mast.
C Attach the console cables from the bike frame to the lead
wire in the bottom of the console mast and carefully pull the lead
wire through the console mast until the console cables are
located at the top of the mast.
CONSOLE MAST
CONSOLE MAST GROMMET
SPRING WASHERS (C)
BOLTS (H)
D Carefully tuck all cables into the bike frame and slide the console
mast onto the bike frame. Detach and discard the lead wire.
E Attach the mast to the frame with 4 BOLTS (D), 4 SPRING WASHERS
(C) and 1 SET SCREW (H) and slide the CONSOLE MAST GROMMET
down over the bike frame.
F Attach the console handlebar to the console mast using 2
bolts (A) and 2 spring washers (C).
F
G Attach the PEDAL STRAP to the RIGHT PEDAL. Attach the RIGHT
PEDAL to the RIGHT CRANK ARM, tightening it CLOCKWISE with the
provided 15mm/17mm flat wrench.
G Attach the PEDAL STRAP to the RIGHT PEDAL. Attach the RIGHT
PEDAL to the RIGHT CRANK ARM, tightening it CLOCKWISE with the
provided 15mm/17mm flat wrench.
H Attach the PEDAL STRAP to the LEFT PEDAL. Attach the LEFT PEDAL
onto the LEFT CRANK ARM, tightening it COUNTER-CLOCKWISE
with the provided 15mm/17mm flat wrench. (NOTE: The left crank arm
is reverse-threaded so it is very important that it is tightened counterclockwise. Tightening it the opposite way can damage the pedal or the
crank arm or both.)
RIGHT PEDAL
RIGHT CRANK ARM
Attach the CONSOLE HANDLEBAR to the CONSOLE MAST using 2
BOLTS (D) and 2 SPRING WASHERS (C).
H Attach the PEDAL STRAP to the LEFT PEDAL. Attach the LEFT PEDAL
onto the LEFT CRANK ARM, tightening it COUNTER-CLOCKWISE
with the provided 15mm/17mm flat wrench. (NOTE: The left crank
arm is reverse-threaded so it is very important that it is tightened
counterclockwise. Tightening it the opposite way can damage the pedal
or the crank arm or both.)
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PRE-INSTALLED BOLTS
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
R20 & R40 ASSEMBLY STEP 4
R20 SHOWN
R40 SHOWN
A Remove pre-installed bolts
from console and console
mast.
R20
R40
CONSOLE
CONSOLE
CONSOLE CABLES
CONSOLE CABLES
CONSOLE MAST
CONSOLE MAST
B Connect the console cables
and carefully tuck the console
cables into the console mast.
C Attach the console to the
console mast using 4 preinstalled bolts.
Note: Be careful not to pinch any
wires while attaching the console.
PRE-INSTALLED BOLTS
PRE-INSTALLED BOLTS
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
D Attach the water bottle
holder to the console mast
using 2 pre-installed bolts.
E Plug in power adaptEr.
R40 SHOWN
POWER ADAPTER
CONSOLE
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CONSOLE CABLES
CONSOLE MAST
R20 & R40 ASSEMBLY
COMPLETE!
LIMITED HOME-USE WARRANTY
WEIGHT CAPACITY
R20 & U20 = 300 lbs (136 kilograms)
R40 & U40 = 325 lbs (148 kilograms)
FRAME
Manufacturer warrants the frame against defects in workmanship
and materials for the period specified on the warranty policy from
the date of original purchase, so long as the device remains in
the possession of the original owner. (The frame is defined as the
welded metal base of the unit and does not include any parts that
can be removed.)
BRAKE
Manufacturer warrants the brake against defects in workmanship
and materials for the period specified on the warranty policy from
the date of original purchase, so long as the device remains in the
possession of the original owner. Labor or installation of brake is
not covered under the brake warranty.
NOTE: For further information on the warranty period, please
refer to the warranty policy along with the equipment.
ELECTRONICS & PARTS
Manufacturer warrants the electronic components,
finish and all original parts for the period specified
on the warranty policy from the date of original
purchase, so long as the device remains in the
possession of the original owner.
LABOR
Manufacturer shall cover the labor cost for the repair
of the device for the period specified on the warranty
policy from the date of the original purchase, so
long as the device remains in the possession of the
original owner.
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EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS
Service AND repairs
Who IS covered:
• Delivery, assembly, installation, setup for original or
replacement units or labor or other costs associated with
removal or replacement of the covered unit.
• The original owner and is not transferable.
What IS covered:
• Repair or replacement of a defective motor, electronic component,
or defective part and is the sole remedy of the warranty.
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 the manufacturer.
• Incidental or consequential damages. The manufacturer 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
equipment. The manufacturer does not provide monetary or other
compensation for any such repairs or replacement parts costs,
including but not limited to gym membership fees, work time lost,
diagnostic visits, maintenance visits or transportation.
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• Equipment used for commercial purposes or any use other than a
single family or Household, unless endorsed by the manufacturer
for coverage.
• Any attempt to repair this equipment creates a risk of injury.
The manufacturer 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 the
manufacturer shall have no liability for any injury to the person
or property arising from such repairs.
• The warranty is limited to replacing or repairing, at the
servicer’s and/or manufacturer’s option, the same or
comparable model.
• Replacement units, parts and electronic components
reconditioned to as-new condition by the manufacturer or its
vendors may sometimes be supplied as warranty replacement
and constitute fulfillment of warranty terms.
BIKE OPERATION
See BIKE guide for instructions on the following:
• LOCATION OF THE Bike
• POWER/GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
• Seat POSITIONING
• MOVING the Bike
• LEVELING the Bike
• Using the HEART RATE function
See CONSOLE MANUAL for instructions on the following:
• CONSOLE OPERATION
• CONSOLE DISPLAY INFORMATION
• PROGRAM INFORMATION
• NIKE + IPOD OPERATION
• PASSPORT media PLAYER INFORMATION
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