CYCLEOPS PHANTOM SERIES
INDOOR CYCLES
User Guide
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTERS:
1. BEFORE BEGINNING........................................................................1
2. UNPACKING THE CYCLEOPS PRO SERIES INDOOR CYCLE............2
3. INDOOR CYCLE ASSEMBLY...............................................................3
Attach Stabilizer Feet
Attach Handlebar
Attach Seat
Level the Indoor Cycle
Attach Pedals
4. GENERAL USE...................................................................................6
Adjust Seat
Adjust Handlebar
Adjust Resistance
5. COMMON ADJUSTMENTS.................................................................8
Replace Speed Sensor Battery
Replace Cadence Sensor Battery
Replace Hub Batteries
Adjust Flywheel/Chain Tension
Adjust Brake Pad
6. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE.......................................................10
7. ELECTRONICS...................................................................................11
8. RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) INTERFERENCE.......................................12
9. IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS..............................................................12
10. WARRANTY.......................................................................................13
CHAPTER 1: BEFORE BEGINNING
Congratulations on choosing the CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle! The CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle takes
cycling to the next level as the only indoor cycle to fit, feel and ride like an outdoor bike.
CycleOps Phantom Series Indoor Cycle User Guide
Read this guide to learn how to:
-Assemble the indoor cycle
-Use the indoor cycle
-Make common adjustments
Visit www.cycleops.com to learn more about Saris Cycling Group and the CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle:
-Register product for warranty
-View frequently asked questions
-View instructional videos
-View product and technical updates from CycleOps
-Sign up for CycleOps Power newsletter
-Learn more about training with power
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CHAPTER 2: UNPACKING THE CYCLEOPS PRO SERIES INDOOR CYCLE
Place the box upright and cut the plastic binding straps. Lift the top of the box to expose the indoor cycle and packaging.
Remove all parts from the box including foam inserts. Ensure all the following parts are included:
Name
Quantity
A
Rear stabilizer
1
B
Front stabilizer
1
C
Main frame assembly
1
D
Handlebar post (shorter, reads to
18”)
1
E
Seat post (longer, reads to 23”)
1
F
Seat
1
G
Seat post clamp
1
H
Handlebar
1
I
Water bottle holder
1
J
End caps
2
K
End cap screws
4
L
Water bottle spacer
1
M
Large L handles
2
N
Small L handles
2
O
Stabilizer bolts
8
P
Stabilizer washers
8
Q
Multi-purpose wrench
1
R
6mm Allen wrench w/Phillips
screwdriver end
1
S
5mm Allen wrench
1
T
4mm Allen wrench
1
U
3mm Allen wrench
1
Additional tools that may be helpful:
-Vice Grips or small clamping tool
-17mm Cone wrench
-15mm box wrench
-10mm box wrench
-Pliers
-Pedal wrench
-2.5mm Allen wrench
Rear stabilizer
A
Handlebar
post
D
Front stabilizer
Seat post
B
E
Main frame assembly
C
Seat
F
Water bottle
holder
I
23”
18”
Seat post
clamp
G
End
caps
J
End cap screws
Large L Handles
M
Small L Handles
Stabilizer bolts
O
Handlebar
Stabilizer washers
6mm Allen wrench w/
Phillips screwdriver end
5mm Allen wrench
4mm Allen wrench
3mm Allen wrench
H
K
Water bottle
spacer
L
Multi-purpose
wrench
Q
N
P
R
S
T
U
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CHAPTER 3: INDOOR CYCLE ASSEMBLY
Attach Stabilizer Feet
Rear stabilizer
A
Front stabilizer
B
A
Rear stabilizer
B
Front stabilizer
A
1. Note the difference between the front
and rear stabilizers. The larger stabilizer with wheels goes in the rear of the
indoor cycle (under the flywheel).
Attach Handlebar
2. Attach the rear stabilizer to the
rear of the main frame with four 5mm
stabilizer bolts and stabilizer washers
using the 5mm Allen wrench. Tighten
the inner bolts first, and then proceed
to the outer bolts to ensure the foot is
secured properly and evenly.
Handlebar post
3. Attach the front stabilizer to the
front of the main frame with four 5mm
stabilizer bolts and stabilizer washers
using the 5mm Allen wrench. Tighten
the inner bolts first, and then proceed
to the outer bolts to ensure the foot is
secured properly and evenly.
Handlebar
D
Water bottle
spacer
C
M
Main frame
assembly
Large L
handle
Water bottle holder
1. Remove 6mm bolt in main frame assembly using 6mm Allen wrench. The
6mm bolt can be kept in place of the
large L handle for a more permanent
placement of the handlebar height.
2. Insert the handlebar post into the
head tube and secure it by inserting
the large L handle into the main frame
assembly on the right side of the indoor cycle (chain guard side).
3. Slide the water bottle holder and
water bottle spacer onto the road style
handlebar.
Handlebar
Handlebar post
Water
bottle
spacer
Water
bottle
holder
Small L
handle
Handlebar
End cap
4. Secure the water bottle holder and
handlebar together using the previously removed, two 4mm spacer bolts
and washers, on the underside of the
handlebar.
. Carefully slide the road style handlebar
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assembly onto the handlebar post. Secure
the plastic end cap to the handlebar post
using two end cap screws with the Phillips
screwdriver side of the 6mm Allen wrench.
6. Once the road style handlebar is in
place, secure it with the small L handle
on the right side of the indoor cycle
(chain guard side).
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Large L
handles
Small L
handles
M
N
Push
Rotate
7 Push black button and rotate handle
on small and large L handles to
position the handle without tightening.
Release the button and allow the
handle to seat to tighten or loosen an
adjustment.
Attach Seat
A seat has been included with the CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle. If desired, the indoor cycle can accommodate
an off-the-shelf seat to personalize the fit, feel and ride. In some instances, a shorter seat post clamp is required for
individuals under five feet tall. If desired, contact Saris Cycling Group to purchase the short seat clamp.
Seat post
Main frame
assembly
C
Main frame
assembly
E
E
Seat post
clamp
G
C
Large L
handle
1. Remove 6mm bolt in main frame assembly using 6mm Allen wrench. The
6mm bolt can be kept in place of the
large L handle for a more permanent
placement of the seat post height.
Seat post
M
2. Insert seat post into the seat tube
and secure it by inserting the large L
handle into the main frame assembly
on the right side of the indoor cycle
(chain guard side).
Small L
handle
N
3. Attach the seat post clamp to the seat
post. Once the seat is level, properly
tighten with the small L handle.
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Seat
Seat
F
F
Seat post
Seat post
clamp
E
G
Seat post
clamp
G
4. Attach seat to seat post clamp.
5. Loosen the 6mm bolt and place seat
rails within the clamp. Adjust to desired seat placement using 6mm Allen
wrench.
K
End cap
6. Secure the plastic end cap to the
seat post using two end cap screws
with the Phillips screwdriver side of
the 6mm Allen wrench.
Level the Indoor Cycle
Move the indoor cycle to where it will be used and level it by rotating the adjustable feet underneath the stabilizers. Leveling the indoor cycle helps ensure a stable and quiet ride and reduces wear on the frame. When adjusted properly, there is
no rocking movement from one foot to the other.
Lock Nut
Leveler Feet
Rear stabilizer
A
Rear stabilizer
A
Front stabilizer
B
Front stabilizer
B
1. If necessary, the four outer leveler
feet can be adjusted. Turn stabilizer
feet clockwise to lower the indoor
cycle. Turn stabilizer feet counterclockwise to raise indoor cycle.
2. Secure the leveler feet by tightening
the lock nuts, with the multi-purpose
wrench, flush against the bottom of the
rear and/or front stabilizer.
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Attach Pedals
If desired, the CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle can accommodate any standard pedals to personalize the fit,
feel and ride. Install using the pedal manufacturer’s specifications. Improper installation can result in damage to the
crank. Damage caused by improper pedal installation is not covered under warranty.
Example Pedals:
Pedal Set
R
Right pedal
Left pedal
L
1. Attach the pedals onto the indoor
cycle with the multi-purpose wrench
included or a pedal wrench (not included). Each pedal is marked with an
“R” or an “L” on the spindle. This mark
indicates which side of the indoor cycle
the pedal is intended to mount on. This
is important because the thread directions are different for each pedal.
2. Locate the “R” pedal. This pedal is
for the right side of the indoor cycle
(chain guard side). Turn the spindle
clockwise to tighten. Tighten pedals
using the multi-purpose wrench or
using a pedal wrench to 300 in-lbs.
3. Locate the “L” pedal. This pedal is
for the left side of the indoor cycle (no
chain guard side). Turn the spindle
counterclockwise to tighten, because
this pedal is reverse threaded. Tighten pedals using the multi-purpose
wrench or using a pedal wrench to 300
in-lbs.
CHAPTER 4: GENERAL USE
The CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle is easy to use. Adjust the seat and handlebar to alter the ride position. Adjust
resistance to change pace/cadence.
Adjust Seat
Large L handle
1. Adjust seat position to maximum exercise efficiency, comfort, and reduce
risk of injury. Stop the flywheel and
dismount the indoor cycle before making adjustments.
M
2. Turn large L handle counterclockwise to loosen. Raise or lower the seat
post to the desired height. Turn large L
handle clockwise to tighten.
Small L handle
N
3. Turn small L handle counterclockwise to loosen. Move the seat post
clamp and seat forward or back, to
achieve proper position. Turn small L
handle clockwise to tighten.
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Adjust Handlebar
Small L handle
Large L handle
1. Adjust handlebar to maximize comfort or duplicate outdoor riding position. Stop the flywheel and dismount
the indoor cycle before making adjustments.
M
2. Turn large L handle counterclockwise to loosen. Raise or lower the handlebar post to the desired height. Turn
large L handle clockwise to tighten.
N
3. Turn small L handle counterclockwise to loosen. Move the handlebar
forward or back to achieve proper
handlebar position. Turn small L
handle clockwise to tighten.
Control Resistance (Phantom 1 & 3 only)
The CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle allows the user full control over resistance by adjusting the resistance knob.
Lower resistance levels enable the pedals to turn at a faster (less difficult) pace/cadence. Higher resistance levels enable
the pedals to turn at a slower (more difficult) pace/cadence.
1. Control pedaling resistance by
using the resistance knob located
behind the handlebar on the top
tube of the main frame assembly.
2. Turn the knob clockwise (+) to
increase resistance. Turn the knob
counterclockwise (-) to decrease
resistance.
3. In case of emergency or before
dismounting the indoor cycle, press
directly down on the resistance
knob to bring the flywheel to an
abrupt stop.
Adjust Resistance (Phantom 5 only)
Pedaling can also be controlled by the CycleOps Virtual Training Software. Reference virtualtraining.cycleops.com for
more information.
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CHAPTER 5: COMMON ADJUSTMENTS
Replace Speed Sensor Battery (Phantom 1.5 only)
Over time, the lithium battery in the speed sensor will need to be changed. See Preventative Maintenance for when to
replace.
1. Using a 4mm Allen wrench, remove
the three chain guard bolts and remove
the chain guard.
2. Locate speed sensor next to hub.
4. Using the new battery, remove the
battery cover on the back of the sensor
by turning counterclockwise approximately one half turn.
5. Using a 4mm Allen wrench, and
three chain guard bolts, reattach the
chain guard.
3. Replace the battery with a compatible CR2032.
Replace Cadence Sensor Battery (Phantom 1.5 only)
Over time, the lithium battery in the cadence sensor will need to be changed. See Preventative Maintenance for when to
replace.
1. Using a 4mm Allen wrench, remove
the three chain guard bolts and remove
the chain guard.
2. Locate the cadence sensor inside
main frame.
3. Using 4mm Allen wrench, remove
the bolt attaching the cadence sensor
(be sure to hold the cadence sensor
arm to avoid dropping the cadence
sensor in the main frame). Slide cadence sensor out of the main frame. 8
4. Using the new battery (compatible
CR2032), remove the battery cover
on the back of the cadence sensor by
turning counterclockwise approximately one half turn. Replace the old battery
with the new battery.
5. Secure the cadence sensor to the
main frame using the previously removed bolt and 4mm Allen wrench. Be
sure to hold the cadence sensor arm
while attaching bolt.
6. Using a 4mm Allen wrench and three
chain guard bolts, reattach the chain
guard.
NOTE: After replacing the battery, Joule or Smart Device must relearn the coded ID for the sensor. Reference Joule or
Smart Device user guide for instructions (available at www.cycleops.com).
Replace Hub Batteries (Phantom 3 & 5 only)
Over time, the batteries that power the electronics in the hub will need to be changed. See Preventative Maintenance for
when to replace. The CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle uses two AA batteries. The battery cap is split to make this task
as easy as possible.
1. Rotate the flywheel to access the
bolt on the handle side of the battery
cap.
2. Using a 2.5mm Allen wrench,
remove the bolt on the battery cap.
Pull the plastic battery cap away
from the hub using the molded
handle.
3. Replace the batteries, paying close
attention to properly line up the +/poles, then replace the battery cap
and tighten the bolt.
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Adjust Flywheel/Chain Tension
Over time and after substantial use, the chain on the CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle will stretch. Adjusting the
tension/alignment is a difficult task and improper adjustment can lead to premature chain/cog wear. It is recommended
this task be done with assistance from an authorized indoor cycle dealer. The chain tension has been adjusted properly
when there is little or no play felt when the pedals are rocked back and forth.
NOTE: Be sure to make small incremental adjustments to the tensioning hardware on both sides of the flywheel. Only
adjusting one side will lead to improper flywheel alignment and unwanted drive train wear and/or noise.
CAUTION: Improper chain adjustment will cause premature wear and may void the warranty.
CAUTION: NEVER put hands into or near the drive train while it is in motion!
Vertical
Travel
Flange Nut
Axle Lock
Nut
1. Using a 4mm Allen wrench, remove
the three chain guard bolts.
10 mm tensioning
hardware
4. Using a 10mm box wrench, adjust
the tensioning hardware until the
proper chain tension is achieved evenly
on both sides.
2. Pull chain down (midway between
chain ring and gear) to measure vertical travel. Vertical travel should be
approximately 1/4”. Vertical travel with
significantly more or less than 1/4”
should be adjusted.
. Use a 17mm cone wrench to hold
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the axle locking nuts in place. Do not
turn the wrench, it is only used as a
stabilizer. With the other hand, use a
15mm box wrench to loosen the flange
nuts on the axle. Repeat this process
on each side of the flywheel.
Vertical
Travel
5. Pull chain down (midway between
chain
ring and gear) to measure vertical
travel. Vertical travel should be approximately
1/4” when the chain has been properly
adjusted. Tighten flange nuts to 75 inlbs. Do not overtighten.
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Adjust Brake Pad (Phantom 1 & 3 only)
The brake mechanism has been adjusted at the factory. However, over time due to chain stretch and brake pad wear, it
may need to be adjusted. To replace/adjust brake pad, use the following procedure:
1. Back off resistance until it the knob
stops turning (counterclockwise). Then
turn clockwise 180 degrees (1/2 turn).
2. Loosen the clamping bolts with
a 5mm Allen wrench. Align the
brake pad by sliding it towards the
flywheel. Stop when the pad just
touches the flywheel. Align the arc
of the brake pad with the arc of the
flywheel.
3. Tighten clamping bolts to 50 in-lbs.
When properly adjusted, the CycleOps
Pro Series indoor cycle should register around 30 watts at 90 rpm at the
lowest resistance setting (can only be
validated on 300 Pro).
Adjust Brake Pad (Phantom 5 only)
The brake mechanism has been adjusted at the factory and has an electronically adjusted brake pad. Instead of manually adjusting the brake pad, plug the indoor cycle in for 60 seconds and then remove the plug. This resets and places the
brake pad in the furthest position (lightest resistance).
CHAPTER 6: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Performing necessary preventative maintenance is key to keeping the CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle in proper
working condition. Following the recommended maintenance procedures will help extend the life of the CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle.
NOTE: Never use abrasive cleaning liquids or petroleum-based solvents when wiping down the indoor cycle. ANY CLEANING LIQUIDS MUST BE OF A MILD PH such as Dawn dish washing liquid, Pine Sol, Murphy’s Oil Soap and Mr. Clean. A
standard bike polish can be used on the painted parts of the indoor cycle.
DAILY
After each day the indoor cycle is ridden, perform the following:
• Release all tension from the resistance knob.
• Wipe down the handlebar.
• Wipe down seat/seat post.
• Wipe down flywheel.
• Wipe down frame.
• Wipe down chain guard.
• Wipe down resistance knob.
• Wipe down handlebar post.
• Wipe down stabilizers.
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WEEKLY
In addition to daily maintenance, perform the following each week:
• Inspect and adjust brake pad.
• Properly tighten pedals and all hardware attaching toe clips/straps (if applicable). Tighten pedals to 300 in-lbs.
• Inspect handlebar clamp assembly. Tighten clamp bolt if loose.
• Inspect seat post clamp and clamp assembly. Tighten clamp bolt if loose.
• Inspect stabilizer feet. Tighten if necessary.
• Inspect flywheel. Check for proper alignment. Tighten flange locking nuts to 75 in-lbs.
MONTHLY
In addition to daily and weekly maintenance, perform the following each month:
• Remove handlebar post and seat post and clean both the tubes as well as inside the plastic sleeves. Inspect the
sleeves for scoring. Replace if there is vertical slippage.
• Clean the underside of the stabilizer feet.
• Clean the flywheel with mild detergent or a damp cloth.
• Check the chain tension to ensure that the chain is properly adjusted.
• Inspect brake pads for wear. Replace pads if there is less than 2mm of felt pad exposed.
BIANNUAL
In addition to daily, weekly and monthly maintenance, perform the following every six months:
• Lubricate chain using the lubrication port on the back of the chain guard. Liberally spray a Teflon-based lubricant onto
the chain. Be sure each link gets lube. Be careful not to over-lubricate the chain. Excess lube will drip out and can
stain floors/carpet.
ANNUAL
In addition to daily, weekly, monthly and biannually maintenance, perform the following after extended use (this may or
may not be annually):
• Apply a light coating of lithium grease on the threads of the stabilizer bolts, stabilizer feet and pedals. This prevents
the parts from seizing over time.
• Replace batteries in hub or sensor.
CHAPTER 7: ELECTRONICS
The CycleOps Phantom 3 Series Indoor Cycle includes the Joule GPS display. Please consult the Joule GPS user guide
included with the Joule GPS for specific information regarding the functionality of the unit.
CycleOps Virtual Training is an application-based software program that allows users to enhance their indoor riding
experience. Ride any course in the world by simply choosing or uploading your route and pressing the start button. Virtual
Training can be used with varying levels of interactivity on our Phantom 3 and 5 Indoor Cycles. Phantom 3 converts the
power you produce into speed while riding a course and the Phantom 5 uses controlled resistance to automatically change
the resistance based on the slope of the road you are on. To use Virtual Training simply download the application to your
PC or smart device and register a user profile, it’s that easy.
VIRTUAL TRAINING SOFTWARE PLATFORMS
•
•
•
•
•
Mobile
Tablet
CycleOps Trainers & speed sensor ANT+/BLE
IC 400, 410, 420 ANT+
IC 300 ANT+
IC Phantom 3, 5 ANT+
PowerTap ANT+/BLE
Desktop
For full list of compatible products visit virtualtraining.cycleops.com
Technical Specifications:
Weight Limit 300 pounds
Standard Height Range 5’5’’ to 6’6’’
Q Factor 168mm (outside to outside)
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Crank Arm Length 170mm
PowerTap Accuracy +/-1.5% (Phantom 3 & 5 only)
Signal Transmission: ANT+ / BLE
Operational Temperature 0 to 40 degrees Celsius or 32 to 104 Fahrenheit
Battery Life (Hub) 1000 hours approx.
Battery Life (Joule) 20 hours approx.
Hub battery type: two AA type 1.5 volt
Joule battery type: rechargeable
Freehub fixing bolt torque 300 inch-lbs.
CHAPTER 8: RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) INTERFERENCE
Radio frequency (RF) interference with other devices may cause intermittent loss of information. Wireless Internet access
points, microwaves, cordless phones, or other wireless devices may cause frequency interference. To mitigate the chance
of interference, set wireless access points to the lowest channel possible and keep indoor cycles away from interfering devices. To change the channel on the access point, please consult manufacturer’s documentation.
CycleOps utilizes ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart technology to ensure a robust and reliable connection between the various
sensors used in our products. Sensors are defined as power meter sensors, heart rate strap sensors, cadence sensors,
speed sensors, and controlled resistance sensors.
Statement of Compliance for FCC and Industry Canada:
This device complies with Industry Canada and Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
The term “IC” before the radio certification number only signifies that Industry Canada technical specifications were met.
Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance with FCC regulations (the manufacturer) could void the user authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit difference from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CHAPTER 9: IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that all users of this CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle are adequately
informed of all warnings and precautions. For questions regarding this guide, contact Customer Service at the number
listed on the back panel of this guide.
WARNING: Always consult with a physician before beginning or modifying any exercise program.
• Stop exercising, if experiencing any kind of pain, including but not limited to: chest pains, nausea, dizziness, or shortness of breath and consult a physician before continuing.
• Always wear proper footwear while using this equipment.
• Do not jump on the indoor cycle.
• Keep power cord away from heated surfaces (Phantom 5 only).
• Unplug indoor cycle before moving or cleaning it (Phantom 5 only). To clean, wipe surfaces down with soap and
slightly damp cloth only; never use solvents (see Preventative Maintenance).
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• At no time should more than one person be on indoor cycle while in operation.
• This indoor cycle should not be used by persons weighing more than 300 pounds. Failure to comply will void the warranty.
• Do not use this indoor cycle in any location that is not temperature controlled, such as but not limited to garages,
porches, pool rooms, bathrooms, car ports or outdoors. Failure to comply may void the warranty.
• Use the indoor cycle only as described in this guide.
CHAPTER 10: WARRANTY
Manufacturer’s Warranty (under normal use)
Frame (Structural): 10 Years
Parts, Electronics and Appearance: One Year
Excludes wear items:
Brake pads, Chain, Pawls, Seat post sleeve, Handlebar sleeve
In the event of a warranty issue, Saris Cycling Group, Inc. will repair or replace the item at its discretion. Saris Cycling
Group, Inc. is not responsible for any indirect or consequential costs or damages associated with the warranty of the
product. Our products are not covered under warranty in cases exhibiting signs of abuse, improper maintenance or installation, crash, using the product with non-compatible components, or using the product for purposes for which it was not
designed. This warranty is also void if the product has been modified from its original form, including changes in aesthetics, serial numbers or logos.
Warranty Procedures: If it appears that a CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle component is not working properly,
please take the time to inspect and troubleshoot the system as best as possible. In many instances, solutions may be as
simple as replacing a battery or adjusting a sensor. Often small parts can repaired at a bike shop, instead of the longer
and more expensive option of sending the unit back for repair. To warranty the CycleOps Phantom Series indoor cycle,
return the product, where purchased or contact Saris Cycling Group, Inc. at 1-800-783-7257.
Copyright
Copyright 2009. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be copied, photographed, reproduced, translated,
transmitted electronically or placed on digital media without the prior written consent of Saris Cycling Group, Inc.
Trademarks
Saris Cycling Group, Inc , CycleOps and the PowerTap logo, are all registered trademarks of Saris Cycling Group, Inc. All
other product, brand, or trade names used in this guide may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
owners.
Modifications
Saris Cycling Group, Inc reserves the right to make improvements and/or updates to the products described herein at any
time without notice.
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