Diamondback Fitness 910Ub Upright Bike Owner Manual

Diamondback Fitness 910Ub Upright Bike Owner Manual
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910Ub Owner’s Manual
910Ub
Upright Bike
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Instructions & Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Carton Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assembly Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Final Assembly and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Workout Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Workout Quality & Quantity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Console Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Console Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Console Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Console Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Console Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additional Programming Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Console Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Quick Start Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heart Rate Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fit Test Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Classic Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
User Setup Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warranty Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Purchaser’s reference Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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INTRODUCTION
910Ub Owner’s Manual
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Diamondback Fitness upright bike. You have made a great choice and are about to enjoy one of the
most effective and technically-advanced methods of low-impact cardio-vascular exercise available today.
Founded in 1991 as an off-shoot of the legendary bicycle company, Diamondback Fitness was in many ways a complimentary addition to the
Diamondback brand. One might even say this extension grew as a natural evolution…an evolution from classic outdoor bicycle usage, toward
indoor-based cycling and cross training. It turns out that many fitness enthusiasts were searching for ways to maintain conditioning during times
of inclement weather or simply looking for new and different cross-training options.
This trend continues today, as the strong Diamondback brand resonates with both the boomers who grew up with the bicycles, as well as the
younger generations riding them today.
Diamondback Fitness continues to build upon this legendary brand identity by offering the cardio enthusiast a full line of upright exercise bikes,
recumbent bikes, and elliptical trainers, each offering superior value and quality with intuitive and visually-appealing design. Let’s just say, we are
already planning our next twenty years.
Thank you for choosing Diamondback Fitness.
For more information or questions regarding your equipment, please visit our website at www.diamondbackfitness.com.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS & WARNINGS
Every piece of Diamondback Fitness equipment is built for maximum safety and meets or exceeds all applicable domestic and international
standards. However, certain precautions must be taken when operating any piece of fitness equipment.
NOTE: Please read the entire owner’s manual before operating the unit. Save this manual for future reference.
Cautions – For Safe Operation
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Keep hands and feet away from all moving parts and pinch points.
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If you have a history of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases, elevated cholesterol, or if you smoke
cigarettes or experience any other chronic diseases or physical complaints, consult with a physician before beginning any exercise
program.
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If overweight or above the age of 35, consult with your physician before beginning an exercise program.
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Pregnant women should consult with their physician before beginning an exercise program.
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If you experience dizziness, nausea, chest pains or other abnormal symptoms during exercise, stop the exercise session immediately and
consult your physician.
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Consume water before, during and after each exercise session.
Warnings – To Reduce the Risk of Injury to Yourself and Others
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To ensure proper functioning of your unit, do not install attachments or accessories not provided or recommended by Diamondback
Fitness.
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Always wear proper clothing and shoes when exercising.
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User weight is not to exceed 325 pounds (147 Kg) for this unit.
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Keep children away from the unit. Hands and feet may become entangled with the moving parts and could result in serious injury.
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Place the unit in an area that will meet minimum clearance requirements:
front & sides = 24 inches (61 cm)
rear = 12 inches (30.5 cm)
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The unit is intended for indoor use only.
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Place the unit on a solid, level surface. Always adjust the leveling feet before using to ensure stability.
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Ensure all adjustment knobs and levers are fastened securely before using the unit and after making an adjustment.
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Use the handlebars when stepping on and off the unit.
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The unit is heavy. Do not attempt to move alone.
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Never operate the unit if it is damaged or broken.
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Please unplug the unit after exercising.
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Always unplug the unit from the power source before moving or servicing.
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CARTON CONTENTS
B-3
A
C-1
A-1
B
B-2
C-6
C7
A-3
I-2
I-3
I-11
I-4
A-4
I-10
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I-1
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I-6
H-1
I-5
C-5
H-5
C-3
D-1
C-4
D-2
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O
D-6
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F-2
E-R
I-8
I-7
G
F-2
E-L
I-8
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I-9
Item
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A-1
A-3
A-4
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B-2
B-3
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C-1
C-3
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-7
D-1
D-2
D-6
E-L/R
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F-2
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H-5
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I-2
I-3
I-4
I-5
I-6
I-7
I-8
I-9
I-10
I-11
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Description
Console Assembly
Console Mounting Screw
Pulse Wire Harness Connector - Console
Main Wire Harness Connector - Console
Handlebar Assembly
Pulse Wire Harness Connector - Handlebar
Pulse Wire Grommet
Console Mast Assembly
Main Wire Harness Connector - Upper Mast
Allen Bolt
Flat Washer
Curved Washer
Handbar Pivot Cover - Upper
Handlbar Pivot Cover - Lower
Main Wire Harness Connector - Frame
Lower Console Mast Cover
Seat Mast Height Adjustment Knob
Pedal & Strap Set
Front Stabilizer Assembly
Stabilizer Foot
Rear Stabilizer Assembly
Seat Mast / Seat Slide Assembly
Seat
Seat Slide Adjustment Knob
Handlebar Clamp
Flat Washer
Lock Washer
Allen Bolt
Spacer – Plastic
Handlebar Adjustment T-Handle
Flat Washer
Stabilizer Fixing Bolt
Curved Washer
Phillips Screw
Phillips Screw
Power Supply/Adaptor
Assembly Hardware Kit
Qty
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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I-8
I-7
I-9
G
I-8
F-2
I-8
I-9
I-8
• Unpack the 910Ub from the carton.
Please recycle.
• Verify the carton contains all parts from
the list.
• Remove the short section of steel
tubing from the front stabilizer receiver
by removing the two (2) Allen fixing
bolts with the enclosed wrench.
Discard this item.
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• Thread the four (4) stabilizer feet (F-2) into the underside of the front and rear stabilizers (F & G).
• Align the front stabilizer assembly (F) with the receiver mounted to the frame and loosely install
two (2) sets of the Allen bolt and curved washer assemblies (I-8 & I-9) through frame and into the
front stabilizer (F).
• Align the rear stabilizer (G) with the frame and loosely install two (2) sets of Allen bolt and curved
washer assemblies (I-8 & I-9) through frame and into the rear stabilizer (G).
• Loosely install two (2) sets of Allen bolt and flat washer assemblies (I-8 & I-7) through underside
of the frame receiver and into rear stabilizer (G).
• Tighten all eight (8) Allen bolts (I-8) firmly with provided Allen wrench to fix both stabilizers.
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H-1
H-2
H
H-5
D-6
E-R
E-L
D-16
• Identify the left and right pedals. The ends of the pedal axles are
marked with an “L” for left and “R” for right. Install the right pedal
(E-R) into the right crank by hand, rotating the axle in a clockwise
direction.
• Thread the left pedal (E-L) into the left crank by hand in a counterclockwise direction.
• Use the enclosed 15mm pedal wrench to firmly affix the pedals to
the cranks.
• Retighten pedals after approximately ten (10) hours of use.
• Tighten the left and right crank hex bolts (D-16) with the enclosed
hex wrench. Re-tighten after using for ten (10) hours.
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• Slide the clamp on the underside of saddle (H-1) onto knurled post
(H-2) at the top of the seat post (H) and tighten the nuts on either
side firmly and evenly using the enclosed wrench.
• Slide the entire seat post assembly into the main frame seat tube
by un-threading the adjuster knob (D-6) [located on the right side of
the seat tube] a few turns. Pull outward, away from frame and slide
the assembly into the frame. Adjust the seat to preferred height and
release the knob.
• Do not extend the post beyond the minimum insertion mark (MAX)
stamped into the post. Ensure the post is fixed in place, and tighten
knob.
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• Remove the five (5) Allen bolts (C-6), four (4) flat washers (C-7) and
one (1) curved washer (C-8) from the main frame and set aside.
• Orient and slide the console mast cover (D-2) upward onto the
console mast (C) and hold in place, half the way up the mast.
• While supporting the console mast, carefully join the main wire
harness connectors (C-14 and D-1). Make sure the connection is
complete.
C
• Slide the console mast (C) into place onto the main frame (taking
care to not damage the cables).
C-8
C-6
C-14
C-7
D-1
D-2
• Install the two (2) bolt and flat washer assemblies (C-6 & C-7)
through the lower holes on each side of the console mast and into
the frame. Tighten firmly.
• Re-install hex bolt and curved washer assembly (C-6 & C-8) into the
front of the console mast. Tighten firmly.
• Slide the console mast cover (D-2) downward and snap into place.
• Re-install the two (2) hex bolt and flat washer assemblies
(C-6 & C-7) into upper holes in the sides of the console mast.
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• Position the handlebar assembly (B) in front of the clamp
near the top of the console mast (C), taking care to keep
the pulse wire (B-2) clear of the clamp.
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I-3
I-1
• Install the upper handlebar clamp fixing assembly by
loosely treading the Allen bolt (I-4) through the lock
washer (I-3), flat washer (I-2) and clamp face (I-1) and
into the upper hole of the console mast (C).
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I-4
I-2
I-5
I-6
I-11
C-10
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I-10
• Thread the T-handle adjuster (I-6) through the spacer
(I-5), lock washer (I-3) and flat (I-2) washer and into
the console mast (C). Tighten the Allen bolt (I-4) and
T-handle adjuster (I-6) evenly and firmly, positioning the
handlebar to the desired position. The upper and lower
gaps between the console mast clamp and the clamp
should be equal.
• Thread the heart rate wire connector (B-2) through
the hole on the right-hand side of the console mast (C)
and upward, out through the opening at the top. Fit the
pulse wire grommet into the hole in the right side of the
console mast.
• Bring the upper and lower handlebar pivot covers
(C-9 & C-10) together over the handlebar pivot and
install the two (2) Phillips screws (I-10) through the
bottom cover and into the upper cover.
• Install the four (4) Phillips screws (I-11) through covers
(C-9 & C-10) and into the console mast.
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• Remove the four (4) Phillips screws (A-1) from the backside of the
console (A) and set aside.
• While supporting the console (A), join connectors A-3 & B-2. Join
connectors A-4 with C-1. Ensure that all connections are firm.
• Place the console (A) against the console mounting place (B-11),
tucking any extra cables into the console mast. Install the four (4)
Phillips screws (A-1) through the backside of the mounting plate
(B-11) into the bottom of the console (A) and tighten firmly.
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C-1
A-1
B-2
A-3
A-4
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FINAL ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION
• Roll the cycle to its final position by lifting the rear
stabilizer until the wheels on the front stabilizer touch
the ground. This may require more than one person.
Move slowly as the unit is heavy. Carefully lower the
rear stabilizer until to the floor.
Fig. 3.
• Ensure the unit is stable and does not rock from
side to side. Level the four (4) stabilizer feet (F-2) as
needed (see Fig. 3). To extend a stabilizer foot toward
the ground, rotate it clockwise when viewing from
above.
F-2
H-5
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• Adjust the fore-aft position of the seat via the seat
slide adjuster knob (H-5). Loosen the knob, slide the
seat assembly into the desired position and re-tighten
the knob.
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Fig. 4.
• Make final adjustments to the seat height by loosening
knob D-6 two (2) turns. While supporting the seatpost
/ seat assembly, pull the knob outward to disengage
the set pin. Adjust the seat to the desired height and
release the knob. Ensure the pin is fully engaged, and
re-tighten the knob.
• Plug one end of the power supply (O) into a 120V
power source. Plug the opposite end into the
input jack (D-21) located at the front of the unit.
(See Fig. 5.)
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WORKOUT GUIDELINES
Good Health is an Exercise in Common Sense
In the study titled, “The Surgeon General’s Call-To-Action To Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity”, the surgeon general indicates that
61% of American adults are either overweight or obese. The study indicates that being overweight increases the risk of health problems, such as
heart disease, certain types of cancer, as well as Type-2 diabetes among other afflictions.
Heart Rate is an Important Key to Your Exercise
The Surgeon General also released a report on physical activity and health. This report dictates that exercise and fitness are beneficial for a
person’s health and reiterated the need for exercise as a key component for disease prevention and healthier living.
The best way to determine exercise
intensity is to monitor your pulse rate.
Your heart rate can easily be determined
by counting the number of heart beats
per minute at the chest, wrist or the
carotid artery on your neck. It is difficult
however to count your own pulse
while exercising as it is not possible to
count fast enough to accurately track
the number of beats per minute. This
Diamondback Fitness unit is equipped
with a set of touch heart rate sensors.
Body Mass Index; BMI = (weight (lb) ÷ height2 (in)) x 703
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Using the Touch Heart Rate Sensors
While the unit is powered-on and a workout program is operating, gently grasp both touch heart rate sensors on the handlebar. The computer will
detect your pulse rate and register the value as a two or three digit number in the PULSE window on the LCD display.
NOTE: If an inconsistent heart rate is displayed while using the hand pulse sensors:
• Ensure the palms of both hands are touching the contact areas of the touch heart rate sensors.
• Maintain constant and even pressure on the grips. Do not clutch the sensors tightly.
• Try to keep both hands still while griping the touch heart rate sensor.
• Make sure the contacts are clean.
• Try moistening the palms of your hands.
Using the Wireless Heart Rate Receiver
In general, a wireless heart rate chest strap is the most accurate and convenient method of detecting and monitoring a heart rate signal and is a
considerable upgrade from the touch type heart rate sensors. Occasionally, certain factors can negatively affect the accurate transmission of the
heart rate signal. WiFi networks, cordless telephones and large electrical appliances may degrade or corrupt the signal so that the rate appears
erratic or impossibly high. The only remedy for such a symptom is to isolate the unit from potential disturbances. Additionally, a person’s body
chemistry or lack of perspiration can prevent the chest strap from providing a strong or accurate heart rate signal
A wireless telemetry heart rate receiving system is one feature found on this unit. In order for the console to detect and display your heart rate
wirelessly, four (4) conditions must be present:
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A compatible heart rate chest strap transmitter (not included) must be functioning and worn. For proper function of the chest strap, please
refer to the manufacturer’s instructions. Non-coded transmitters such as the Polar model T31 and T34 are examples of wireless chest straps
known to be compatible with this unit.
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The unit must be powered on.
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A workout program must be running.
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The user is within three (3) feet of the console.
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Calculated Maximum Heart Rate & Target Training Zone
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Your target heart rate depends primarily upon your age. It is important
to work within a safe and productive zone. A workout at a very low
intensity will not offer maximum benefits. Conversely, if the workout
intensity is too high, injury or fatigue may slow the progression of your
exercise goals as the body attempts to recover.
Note: It is most effective to train at a heart rate
between 60% and 85% of your maximum heart rate.
Maximum heart rate is calculated as a percentage of
your maximum heart rate (estimated as 220 beats-perminute minus your age).
To calculate your maximum heart rate and find the appropriate target
training zone, use the following formulas. For example, the following
estimation would be relevant for a 35 year-old user:
• 220 – 35 = 185 Bpm
(220 – Age = Calculated Maximum Heart Rate in Beats-per-minute/Bpm)
• 0.60 x 185 = 111 Bpm
(60% of 185 BPM [Calculated Maximum Heart Rate] = 111 Bpm)
• 0.85 x 185 = 157 Bpm
(85% of 185 BPM [Calculated Maximum Heart Rate] = 157 Bpm)
Based on these calculations, the recommended heart rate training zone for this user would be between 111 Bpm ñ 157 Bpm. The graph below
displays the recommended heart rate training zone for users twenty years of age to seventy-five years of age.
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WORKOUT QUALITY & QUANTITY
It is recommended that you accumulate at least thirty (30) minutes of physical activity most days of the week. The American College of Sports
Medicine makes the following recommendations for the quantity and quality of training for developing and maintaining cardio-respiratory fitness
in healthy adults:
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An activity that uses large muscle groups, maintained continuously, and is rhythmical and aerobic in nature.
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Duration:
20 to 60 minutes of continuous aerobic activity, including a warm-up and cool-down period for each session.
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Frequency:
3 to 5 times per week.
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Intensity:
60% to 85% of maximum heart rate.
In addition to aerobic exercise, strength training of moderate intensity twice per week is recommended. Women especially may benefit from
weight-bearing exercises. Select activities you enjoy and can fit into daily life. Having Diamondback Fitness equipment at home offers you the
opportunity to work out without going to the gym.
Get a Smart Start on Exercising
Anyone over the age of 35, as well as younger persons whom are overweight, should check with his/her physician before commencing an exercise
program. Persons who have diabetes or high blood pressure, a family history of heart disease, high cholesterol or have led sedentary lifestyles
should protect themselves with a medical check-up and stress test administered by a healthcare professional.
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Stretching and massaging major muscles (such as your quadriceps) following a workout session will aid in the dissipation of lactic acid and
speed your body’s recovery.
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The first few minutes of your workout should be devoted to warming up the muscles before a vigorous workout. Concentrate on raising your
heart rate slowly.
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After an aerobic workout of roughly 20-30 minutes, spend 10 minutes gradually reducing your heart rate by moving slower or with less
resistance.
NOTE: Start slow, with intensity low until you build up endurance and strength. Always consult your physician
before beginning any exercise program.
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CONSOLE OVERVIEW
Heart Rate Control Display
Mp3/Music Input Jack
Scrolling/Lower Display:
Time, Speed, Distance,
RPM, Calories & Watts
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Upper Display:
Level, Time & Watts
USB Charging Port
Matrix Display
Quickset Resistance Keys
Integrated
Tablet/Phone/Book Rest
QuickSet Program Keys
Stereo Speakers
Smart Fan
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CONSOLE DISPLAYS
Level / Resistance
The current resistance level is displayed in the Level
field. Alternatively, the load or resistance level is also
displayed in the display matrix as a flashing column.
There are sixteen (32) resistance levels to choose from.
Watts
Watts are units of energy generation and are
frequently adopted within the fitness industry to track
the amount of work generated at any given time
during a workout. Watts are calculated with input
from the user’s current Speed and Level/Resistance.
Time Displays (Total Time & Segment Time)
Located in the center of the upper display are the Total Time and Segment Time clocks.
The Total Time field will count up the total elapsed time for the current program, then
switch to display the total time remaining. The user can toggle the switching feature on
and off by pressing the RIGHT ARROW key.
The segment time is equal to 1120th of the total program time and is graphically displayed in the Display Matrix field.
Heart Rate / Beats-per-minute (BPM)
When the user’s heart rate signal is detected via the heart rate sensors on the fixed handlebar, the heart
and DB symbols will flash and the user’s current heart rate will be displayed. If the user’s heart rate signal
is not detected, the No Signal banner will light and the heart rate display will post”- - -”. When operating a
heart rate control program, Target Heart Rate Achieved will be lit if the user’s current heart rate is within
the defined range. The “DB/Heart” logo will flash to indicate that a heart rate signal is being received.
Heart Rate Bar Graph
The Heart Rate Bar Graph provides the user with meaningful heart rate feedback in an easy-to-read
format. When a heart rate signal is detected, the bars of the graph will light to indicate at which percentage of the user’s maximum heart rate and
training zone (Warm Up, Fat Burn, Cardio, or Peak) the user is operating within. The Heart Rate Bar Graph will not light if the user is operating in
guest mode or no heart rate signal is detected. If the QuickStart program is running, the default age value will be used to calculate the estimated
maximum heart rate.
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Display Matrix
When the console operates in the program run mode, the matrix will
graphically display the resistance level and profile for the selected
program. A higher stack represents a higher resistance level, while a
flashing column indicates the user’s progress in the program at any
given time. Each vertical column represents a time interval determined
by the total length of the program. Each column will equal 1/20th of the
total program length. For example, if the program length is 30 minutes,
each column will equal 1 minute 30 seconds. The Matrix Display will
also provide messaging during the setup modes.
Scrolling Messaging Display
The Distance, Calories, Speed and RPM fields also serve as a
messaging center. During the user and console setup modes,
information or instructions to aid the user will post or scroll
instructions.
Distance
Distance will be displayed in either Miles or Kilometers, depending
upon the selection made in the console setup mode (see section titled
English Unit Mode and Metric Mode. The distance is an estimation
based upon the user’s RPM.
Speed
Speed is displayed as Miles-per-hour or Kilometers-per-hour
(depending upon the current setting) and is based upon the
revolutions per minute (RPM)
RPM
RPM or revolutions-per-minute is defined as one complete pedal
rotation. RPMs are the number of complete rotations a single foot
completes in sixty seconds.
Calories
The Calories field tracks the estimated number of calories burned
from the beginning of the program and is a derivative of the Watts
generated, the user’s RPM and the resistance level.
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CONSOLE KEYS
GO / Quick Start Key
From the Idle, Banner or Demo modes press the GO/QUICK START key to immediately launch the Quick Start program and
bypass data entry. Pressing the GO/QUICK START key in the Setup mode will launch the displayed program.
STOP Key
Pressing the STOP key during the Program Run mode will pause the unit for four (4) minutes.
Press and hold the STOP key two seconds to reset the unit, erase all user-entered data and launch the Idle mode.
Up Arrow & Down Arrow Keys
The UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys are the primary method for adjusting values in the setup modes. During the Program
Setup mode, the UP ARROW & DOWN ARROW keys will adjust Age, Weight, and Time enteries. During the operation of a
workout program, the UP and DOWN keys will adjust the resistance level or target heart rate setting.
Right Arrow Key
The RIGHT ARROW key allows the user to select the displayed data when in the setup modes. During program run mode, the
Right ARROW Key toggles the data switching feature for the Total Time and Segment Time on and off.
Enter Key
The ENTER key will confirm the selection of the displayed data during the setup modes.
User Key
The USER key offers a shortcut to launching the program. The last program associated with a user profile will be stored in the
shortcut. Launching this program will require minimal key presses.
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FAN Key
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The on-board fan allows the user the choice of four settings. Pressing the FAN key one time will power on the fan the the high
setting. Pressing the key again will set the fan speed to low while another depression of the key will launch the Smart fan mode.
The Smart mode will automatically adjust the fan speed as the workout resistance increasesand decreases.
Numeric Entry Keypad
To speed the input of data, the console is fitted with a numeric keypad. The user may input numeric data during the Setup
Modes for Age, Weight, Target HR values.
QUICKSET Program Key
The QuickSet Program keys allow the user to quickly launch a program category.
QUICKSET Resistance Keys
The QuickSet Resistance keys allow the user to quickly adjust the unit resistance.
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CONSOLE FEATURES
USB Charging
To allow charging of small electronics, including cellular telephones and Mp3 players, the console is equipped with a USB charging port which can
be found on the right side of the console. Some electronics may not charge. Power cords are not supplied.
MP3/Smart Phone Input Jack and Speakers
The console offers an on-board amplifier and pair of stereo speakers which can be connected to an Mp3 player, iPod® or iPhone®. Connect one
end of a male-to-male stereo cable (not included) to the headphone jack (or audio out) on the device. Plug the other end of the cable into the port
located on the left side of the console. Sound levels are controlled by the device so be sure to check the internal device settings if the noise level
is not satisfactory.
CONSOLE OPERATION
Note: It is advised that new users read this entire section prior to beginning their first workout session.
Glossary of Tems
Banner/Idle Mode: The Banner Mode may also be described as the Idle Mode. Power is supplied to the console and all segments will light in
sequence to indicate that the unit is ready for operation. Programs and Setting modes may be launched from the Banner Mode. The Banner Mode
will time out in four (4) minutes and enter Power Save Mode if no input is received in the form of console key presses or pedal rotation.
Demo/Idle Mode: The Demo Mode operation is identical to the Banner Mode except the console will never enter Power Save Mode. Primarily
used for in-store displays, the console ships with the factory default of “Demo Mode OFF”. The user may choose between the Demo Mode and the
Banner Mode in the Console Setup mode (see the section titled Console Setup).
Power Save Mode: The unit will be plugged in, but no power will be supplied to the console. Pressing any key on the console or rotating the
pedals will launch the Banner Mode.
LCD: An acronym for liquid crystal display. The display screen is an LCD with integrated backlighting for excellent visibility.
Watts: A unit of measurement which correlates to the rate in which energy is generated.
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Resistance Level: Also called intensity level, resistance is the load applied to the workout by the unit. The higher the intensity level, the higher the
resistance. There are thirty-two (32) resistance levels.
Heart Rate Control: Also called Interactive or Heart Rate Control. To maintain a constant heart rate target, the computer console will automatically
adjust the resistance or load up or down to increase and decrease the user’s heart rate.
Heart Rate Sensors: Located on the fixed rear handlebar, the user can monitor their heart rate during a workout by simply gripping the touch
heart rate sensors.
English Unit Mode and Metric Unit Mode
The default unit setting for the console is the English (or Standard) measurement system. To toggle between the English and Metric unit modes,
press and hold the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys simultaneously for two (2) seconds while in the Banner or Demo modes. The brickyard
matrix will display “ENG” or “MET” to designate English or metric units. Press the UP or DOWN keys until the desired unit mode is displayed. Press
ENTER to accept the selection.
Operating Notes
Power On and Off: When the AC adapter is plugged into the unit, all display segments will lightto confirm power has reached the unit.
Power Save Mode: In the power save mode, press any key or move the step pedals to wake up the console and begin operation.
Reset: To reset the console and erase all user data, press and hold the STOP key for two (2) seconds. When the program resets, the console
returns to the Idle mode.
Pause and Resume: The user may interrupt or pause a program for up to five (5) minutes during a workout. To pause the program, simply press
the STOP button. To resume the program, press the GO key before the five (5) minute Pause mode times out.
Resistance Levels: During the workout program, the user may press the UP or DOWN keys to adjust the resistance level. Manual resistance
adjustments are not available in the heart rate interactive programs.
Calculated Max Heart Rate: An estimated maximum heart rate which may be used to determine a threshold for safe exertion Heart Rate Levels.
The calculation is 220 - AGE= Calculated Maximum Heart Rate.
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ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING FEATURES
Elapsed Time and Remaining Time Display Switching
While any program runs, the Total Time and Segment Time values will switch between elapsed and remaining. The user may stop the switching
and display the current view by pressing the RIGHT ARROW key. Pressing the key again will return the display to switching mode.
Workout Summary
For additional user feedback, the console provides a brief Workout Summary immediately following the completion of the workout session. “END”
will post in the Matrix Display and total Time, Distance and Calorie values for the workout will be displayed for thirty (30) seconds. The console will
then return to the Idle screen.
CONSOLE SETUP
Console Default Settings
This unit is shipped with the default values appropriate for the U.S. Market.
Settings
Default/Factory Setting
Available Settings
English or Standard
English, Metric
Model
910Ub
910Ub, 910Sr
Sound
On
On,Off
High
High, Low
On
On, Off
Units
Backlight
Demo Mode/Banner Mode
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If the user would like to update the default values, pressing the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys simultaneously for two (2) seconds will launch
the Console Setup mode.
Units Setup: When the console Setup mode is launched, “Set Units” will post in the lower display field. “English” or “Metric,” will flash n the Matrix
Display, depending upon current setting. Use the UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW keys to scroll through the available settings and press the ENTER
key to select the displayed option. Press ENTER to launch the Model Number Selections mode.
Model Number: “Set Model Number” will post in the lower display field. “910Ub”, “910Sr”, will scroll in the Matrix Display.
Sound Settings: “Sound Settings” will post in the lower display. “On” or “Off” will flash in the Matrix dispaly, depending upon the current setting.
Scroll between the two settings via the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys, pressing the ENTER key to confirm the selection and launch the
Backlight Settings mode.
Backlight Settings: “BACKLIGHT LEVEL” will post in the lower display. “Hi” or “Low” will flash in the Matrix Display, depending upon the current
setting. Scroll between the two settings via the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys. Confirm the setting by pressing the ENTER key. Demo Mode
Settings will launch.
Demo Mode Settings: “Demo Mode ON/OFF” will post in the lower display. “Off” or “On” will flash in the Matrix Display depending upon the
current setting. Scroll between the two settings via the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys, pressing the ENTER key to confirm your selection.
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Demo Mode On = console never powers off.
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Demo Mode Off = console power off after thirty (30) seconds of inactivity.
Note: Changing the units will erase all user data.
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QUICK START PROGRAM
The Quick Start program option is for users who wish to bypass the User Setup mode and immediately launch a workout session. Adjustments to
the resistance can be made at any time via the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys.
Selection Press the GO/QUICK START key to launch the Manual Program with the following default values:
• Time = 0:00 minute and begins to count up.
• Resistance Level = 1
Launch
Once the program begins:
• Program Run Time will count up continuously from 0:00 minutes
• The Pulse display will post a heart rate if a signal is detected via the touch or wireless heart rate sensors.
• The Matrix Display will show the workout profile.
• The lower data display fields will track Distance, Calories, RPM, & Speed.
• The user may adjust the resistance level from 1 to 32 during the program via the UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys.
• Press the STOP key one the enter the Pause mode. Pressing the STOP key again will return the console to Program Run mode.
End
The program will run continuously. To end the program press the STOP key two times to launch the Workout Summary.
HEART RATE PROGRAMS
The Heart Rate programs can also be described as a heart rate control programs. Heart rate control programs automatically increase and
decrease the load or resistance levels during the workout to help keep the user’s heart rate within plus or minus four (4) BPM (Beats-per-minute) of
the selected heart rate target.
For example, if the heart rate target is 132 BPM, and the user’s pulse begins to fall, the computer will slowly increase the resistance level.
Eventually, the amount of work being performed by the user will increase and so will the heart rate. Conversely, if the user’s heart rate climbs
above the target, the resistance will decrease, allowing the user’s heart rate to fall.
The advantages of heart rate control programs are the simplicity and accuracy by which the ideal cardio-vascular training zone is maintained
thereby offering a very efficient workout.
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For the Target Heart Rate programs to operate, the computer must receive a heart rate signal from the touch heart rate sensors or a wireless heart
rate transmitter. If no signal is detected, the Pulse field will display “- - -” and the No Signal Icon will light. When a pulse signal is received, the
heart rate value will post in the Upper Display and the Heart icon will flash.
For the greatest cardio-vascular benefit, most persons should target a heart rate that is between 60% and 85% of their calculated maximum heart
rate. An individual’s calculated maximum heart rate is estimated as 220 BPM, minus their age. Its is unsafe to exceed 90% of this calculated heart
rate.
Note: The computer bases all heart rate targets and maximums on the data entered during the Program Setup &
User Setup modes. For an effective and safe workout, please enter the correct data for the current user.
Note: The 910Ub is programmed to warn the user if the heart rate exceeds 95% of their maximum. If use is
continued at an unsafe level, the console will end the program.
Note: All Heart Rate programs require a pulse signal to be received via the touch heart rate sensors or wireless
chest strap (not included). If a signal is not received, the program will end after thirty (30) seconds.
See the sections titled Heart Rate is an Important Key to Your Exercise and Your Estimated Maximum Heart Rate & Target Training Zone for more
information regarding target heart rate calculations.
There are three types of heart rate control programs embedded in the console: Heart Rate Interval, Target Heart Rate and Percentage Heart Rate
(50%, 60%, 70%, & 80%).
Heart Rate Program Overview
HR Interval: The Interval heart rate training program is similar to the classic interval program with the exception that the resistance levels for
each work (high) level and rest (low) level are determined by the user’s personal calculated maximum heart rate (see the section titled Calculated
Maximum Heart Rate). These calculated work and rest resistance levels will automatically adjust to help the user achieve the targeted heart rate
for each segment.
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Target HR: The Target Heart Rate program allows the user to select a heart rate value (in beats-per-minute). The console will automatically vary
the resistance to ensure the desired heart rate value is maintained throughout the workout session.
Percentage HR: The Percentage Heart Rate programs can also be described as “percent-of-maximum heart rate” programs. The setup and
operation of these programs is similar to the Target Heart Rate programming except the console will automatically determine the specific pulse
rate target based on the data entered in the user profile and the selected percentage (50%, 60%, 70%, & 80%) of their calculated maximum heart
rate. See the section titled Calculated Maximum Heart Rate.
Heart Rate Program Selection
From the Idle mode, press the HEART RATE key on the QuickSet Programs keypad to open the heart rate category. “Heart Rate
Interval”, the first of the available heart rate program titles, will post in the Lower Display. Scroll through the available options
(Heart Rate Interval, Target Heart Rate, HR 50% max, HR 60% max, HR 70% max, HR 80% max), via the UP and DOWN arrow keys.
Press the ENTER key to select the displayed program and launch the Heart Rate Programs Setup Mode.
Heart Rate Programs Setup Mode
Once a Classic Program has been selected on-screen messaging will guide the user throughout the Setup Mode.
User Selection: “SELECT USER...” wilI post in the Lower Display. “User 1” or the previously-entered User 1 name value will scroll in the Matrix
Display. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to view the user selection options (“User l “, “User 2” or “Guest”). When the desired user profile is
displayed, press the ENTER key to select.
User 1/User 2: If the User 1 or User 2 profiles are selected and the User Setup mode steps for the selected profile have not been completed, the
console will launch the User Setup mode to obtain the necessary information (see the section titled User Setup Mode below for more information).
Once the console has stored the required information, the program will launch.
Guest User: If the Guest profile is selected, the user will be prompted to enter their age value. To ensure the program operates safely, it is
important to enter the correct user information.
Target HR: (Applies to Target Heart Rate program only) If the Target HR program has been selected, the user must also provide the target heart
rate in beats-per-minute (BPM). Adjust the displayed value via the UP and DOWN arrow keys, pressing ENTER to confirm and launch the program.
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Heart Rate Programs Launch Mode
Note: All heart rate programs rely upon the user’s pulse signal to operate. If no heart rate is detected, the program
will not operate for more than thirty (30) seconds.
General
All Heart Rate programs will operate with the following features:
• The Matrix Display will post a horizontal bar to represent the target heart rate. The user’s progress within the program will be displayed as a
flashing vertical stack.
• The user’s actual heart rate will be represented as a stack of vertical segments. Each column represents 1/40th of the total program run time.
A flashing column that is below the horizontal line indicates that the user’s heart rate is less than the selected target. Conversely, a flashing
segment above the orizontal line signifies a heart rate that exceeds the user’s target.
• The Level display will indicate the current resistance level. The range is from 1 to 32.
• Total Time field will display the progress made in the total workout. Segment time will display the progress made in the current segment. The
displays will switch between elapsed and remaining time. Elapsed time will count up, while remaining time will count down. To freeze the
switching and display only elapsed or remaining time, press the RIGHT arrow key while the desired display is visible. Press the RIGHT arrow
key again to resume switching mode.
• The Watts field will display the current output of work being generated by the user.
• Total Distance for the current workout session will be displayed.
• The Heart Rate Display cluster will monitor the user’s current heart rate and the bar
graph will provide general information regarding the user’s current percentage of
maximum heart rate.
• If no signal is detected, the Pulse field will display “- - -” and the No Signal icon will
light.
• When a pulse signal is received, the rate will be displayed and the Heart icon will flash.
• When the user’s heart rate is near the target value, the Target Heart Rate Achieved segment will light.
• The Calories field will record the number of calories burned during the workout session.
• RPM or revolutions per minute and Speed will be displayed.
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• If the user’s heart rate exceeds the calculated maximum, “WARNING. HR TOO HIGH” will scroll in the Lower Display. If the heart rate exceeds
90% of the user’s calculated maximum heart rate for (30) seconds, the program will end.
Heart Rate Interval
• The Heart Rate Interval program will alternate between periods of work (80% of max) and rest (60% of max) heart rate targets.
• The length of each segment is dependent exclusively upon the amount of time the user requires to reach the targeted heart rate.
• The resistance level will automatically adjust to increase or decrease the heart rate. When the target heart rate for each segement is achieved
for five (5) seconds, the program will adjust the resistance to achieve the next heart rate target.
• The Scrolling Display will post messaging a the beginning of each segement to signal the user to increase or decrease their speed to aid in
the heart rate increase and decrease.
• The upper and lower targets can be adjusted via the UP and DOWN arrow keys (Upper range = 65%–80%; Lower range = 60%–75%).
Target Heart Rate
• The console will automatically vary the resistance to ensure the desired heart rate value is maintained throughout the workout session.
• When the user’s heart rate is within the target range, the Target Heart Rate Achieved segment will light.
Percentage Heart Rate
• Depending upon the Percentage Heart Rate program selected (50% Max, 60% Max, 70% Max, 80% Max).
• Resistance adjustments will be controlled by the program to ensure the user’s heart rate remains within +/- four (4) BPM of the selected target
heart rate.
• If the current heart rate is within the target range, the Target Heart Rate Achieved icon will light.
Ending a Heart Rate Program
At any time during the program, the user may press the STOP key to pause the programming for up to five (5) minutes. To restart the current
program, press the GO key. To end the program and view the Workout Summary, press the STOP key twice while the program is running. Pressing
the STOP key three (3) times while the program is running will end the program, bypass the Workout Summary and return the console to idle
mode.
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Fitness Test Overview
The Fitness Test program has been incorporated within the console to provide the user with the ability to measure and track
their fitness gains at home. The Diamondback Fitness version of this test is based upon the standards and protocol the YMCA
employs for the measurement and tracking of an individual’s progress towards their personal fitness goals. It should be
mentioned that the information provided by this test is relative in nature and is not meant to serve as a precise measurement
of one’s physical fitness or cardiovascular capacity.
How the Test Works. During physical exertion, muscles covert oxygen into the fuel needed for the energy to perform the required tasks. The
harder the muscles work, the more oxygen the muscles require. This oxygen is delivered to the muscles via the cardiovascular (blood) system. To
keep pace with the increased oxygen demand, the heart increases the delivery of oxygenated blood by pumping blood through the system faster.
As one’s fitness level improves, the heart muscles become more efficient at extracting oxygen from the blood and will ultimately require less
energy to produce the same amount of work. Since the blood flow requirement is not as great, the heart will beat slower.
The Fitness Test program utilizes this basic knowledge to determine the user’s relative fitness level. The test will introduce the user to
predetermined workloads while the reaction of the heart is monitored. At the end of the test, a score, based upon the user’s results, will post
in the lower display. This score serves as a basis to track future test results against. It is advisable to periodically incorporate the Fitness Test
program into the user’s workout.
NOTE: The user must provide a heart rate signal via the touch heart rate sensors, or a wireless chest strap transmitter for the Fitness Test
program to operate. If no signal is received for a period of thirty (30) seconds, the program will end.
Fitness Test Program Setup
Selection: To begin, press the FIT TEST key, followed by the ENTER key to launch the Program Setup mode.
User Selection: “Select user” will post in the Lower Display. “User 1” or the previously-entered User 1 name value will scroll in the Matrix Display.
Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to view the user selection options (“User 1”, “User 2” or “Guest”). When the desired user profile is displayed,
press the ENTER key to select.
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User 1 / User 2: If the User 1 or User 2 profiles are selected and the User Setup mode steps for the selected profile have not been completed, the
console will launch the User Setup mode to obtain the necessary information (see the section titled User Setup Mode for more information). Once
the console has stored the required information, the program will launch.
Guest User: If the Guest profile is selected, the user will be prompted to enter their age and weight value. To ensure the program operates safely,
it is important to enter the correct user information.
Fitness Test Program Launch
When the Fit Test program launches:
• The console must detect a heart rate to operate.
• The console must detect the user’s RPM. If no movement is detected, the unit will enter Pause mode after five (5) seconds of inactivity. To
resume the program, begin rotating the pedals and press the GO key.
• The Lower Display will post “Pedal at 50 RPM.”
• The Matrix Display will post a horizontal line of segments which show the projected resistance profile and actual resistance profile history.
This profile may change as the user’s heart rate data is received and the program adjusts.
• If the user’s heart rate signal is detected, the heart rate bar graph and DB/heart icon will light
• All other displays will function normally.
Stage One: The program will begin with Stage One, a three (3) minute warm-up session.
Stage Two, Three and Beyond: Programming will continue, prompting the user to maintain 50 RPM. After each three (3) minute stage, the next
stage will begin with an increased level of resistance. The program will continue until the user successfully completes the test, or the program
ends due to lack of input or improper/unsafe heart rates.
Ending the Fit Test Program
Successful Test Results:
If successful, the Fit Test program will end after the user’s heart rate exceeds 110 BPM for two stages. The console will
beep to signify the ending of the program and the Lower Display will post “MAX METS =” followed by the fitness rating.
“MAX METS” represents your functional capacity for aerobic exercise. It is expressed in METS, or metabolic units. This
value factors the user’s body weight, but not age or gender (see the chart to the right).
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Knowing one’s functional capacity can also tell you how difficult it may be to perform certain activities. To illustrate, cycling at 3 mph generally
requires about 3 to 8 METS whereas fast cycling at 10 mph requires roughly 7 METS. Armed with a personal MAX METS score, the user can make
judgments regarding their exercise regime. For example, if a person’s functional capacity is 6 METS, one would be able to determine that riding a
bicycle at 10 mph for an extended period of time would be quite difficult (without actually riding the bicycle).
For more information on the METS exertion scale and The ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine) visit the website www.acsm.com.
At the completion of the Fitness Test, the user’s results will be returned. See the chart above for a brief description of the METS scores.
Unsuccessful Results
If the test was unsuccessful, the Lower Display will post “Unable to complete test.” The Fit Test may not be able to complete the test for a variety
of reasons:
The STOP key was pressed: The program was concluded before enough information could be gathered. No test results are posted.
Heart Rate Too High: If the user’s heart rate reached 85% of Max for more than thirty (30) seconds, the program will end. Depending upon the
previous progress made in the test, the METS score may, or may not be provided
No RPM / RPM Too Low: If the console does not detect an adequate RPM, the console will enter Pause mode. If the program is paused and
resumed several times, it is possible that no fitness score will be returned.
No Pulse Signal: If a pulse signal is not detected by the console for a period of thirty (30) seconds, the program will end and the test will be
unsuccessful.
When and unsuccessful Fit Test result is returned, the program will end and return to the Idle mode.
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CLASSIC PROGRAMS
Classic Programs Overview
Interval, Hill Climb, Strength, Fat Burn, Random and the Lap programs are considered classic programs.
Interval: The six (6) Interval programs offer profiles with periods of high exertion alternating with periods of rest. Intervals are an excellent way to
increase endurance.
Hill Climb: The Hill Climb programs simulate climbing exercises with eight (8) preset hill profiles.
Strength: The Strength program category offers eight (8) workout profiles. Each is designed to gradually increase the resistance to help build the
users strength and endurance.
Fat Burn: The three (3) Fat Burn programs are designed to maintain a relatively low level of exertion over the course of the workout. Keeping the
heart rate at the lower range encourages weight loss.
Random: The five (5) Random programs are designed to offer the greatest amount of variety within the workout. The profiles will incorporate
varied levels of resistance to simulate a hiking trail’s non-patterned terrain.
Lap: The 5K Lap and 10K Lap programs simulate a traditional running track course. Depending upon the profile selected, the user will travel 5
or 10 Kilometer in one loop. The eighty-four (84) segments will represent 1/84th of the total distance. The user’s progress in the program will be
displayed as a flashing LED on the lap course. The lap will begin and end at the arrow at the lower right corner of the profile.
Classic Program Selection
From the Idle mode, press the QuickSet Program key to open the desired category. The first available course profile will post in the Matrix Display.
Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to view all course profiles. Press the ENTER key to select the displayed profile and launch the Classic Programs
Setup Mode.
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Once a Classic Program has been selected, on-screen messaging will guide the user throughout the Setup Mode.
NOTE: The user may press the GO key at any time during the Setup moae to bypass the setup and begin the workout immediately the with
previously-saved default values. Note that the heart rate feedback will only be accurate if values for the selected profile are correct for the
current use.
User Selection
“Select user” will post in the Lower Display. “User 1” or the previously-entered User 1 name value will scroll in the Matrix Display. Use the UP and
DOWN arrow keys to view the user selection options (“User 1”, “User 2” or “Guest”). When the desired user profile is displayed, press the ENTER
key to select. Guest user will run with default data and will not operate all heart rate functions.
If the User Setup steps for the selected profile have not been completed, the console will launch the User Setup mode (see the section titled User
Setup Mode for more information), otherwise, the program will launch immediately.
Classic Programs Launch Mode
Once the Classic programs have launched:
• The Matrix Display will post the workout profile and the current progress in the program will be indicated by a flashing stack of segments.
The height of the stacks represents the level of resistance; the higher the stack, the greater the resistance. The resistance may be adjusted
manually via the UP and DOWN arrow keys.
• The Level display will indicate the current resistance level. The range is from 1 to 32.
• Total Time field will display the progress made in the total workout. Segment Time will display the progress made in the current segment. The
displays will switch between elapsed and remaining time. Elapsed time will count up, while remaining time will count down. To freeze the
switching and display only elapsed or remaining time, press the RIGHT arrow key while the desired display is visible. Press the RIGHT arrow
key again to resume switching mode.
• The Watts field will display the current output or work being generated by the user.
• Total Distance for the current workout session will be displayed.
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• The Calories field will record the number of calories burned during the workout session.
• RPM or revolutions per minute and Speed will be displayed.
• Visual Key Prompting will operate. The LED lamps on the keypad will flash to indicate which can be keys can be used to make adjustments to
the current programming.
Ending Classic Program
At any time during the program, the user may press the STOP key to pause the programming for up to five (5) minutes. To restart the current
program, press the GO key. To end the program and view the Workout Summary, press the STOP key two (2) times while the program is running.
Pressing the STOP key three (3) times while the program is running will end the program, bypass the Workout Summary and return the console to
Idle mode.
USER SETUP MODE
The User Setup mode may be launched in two ways:
• To manually enter the User Setup mode, press and hold the USER arrow key for two (2) seconds.
• During the Program Selection mode, if a user profile is selected for the first time, User Setup mode will launch automatically, then return to
the Program Setup mode.
When the User Setup mode is launched, “User 1” will display in the Matrix Display. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to view the user profile
options (“User 1” or “User 2”). Press ENTER when the desired profile is displayed.
User Name Data Entry
“User 1” or “User 2” will post in the lower display (depending upon which user profile was selected). Pressing the ENTER key will allow the user
to personalize the data for the displayed profile. If the user name has been previously adjusted, the entered name will then scroll once and post
with the first character blinking. Adjust the first character via the UP and DOWN arrow keys. Press the RIGHT arrow key to confirm the character
selection and move to cursor the next character. The choice of available characters is A–Z, a–z, 0–9 and the”_” (space). The user may store up to
ten (10) characters for each user name. If the desired name is less than ten (10) characters, press ENTER to save settings and launch Workout Time
data entry.
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“Workout time” will post in the lower display and the default value of “30:00” (or the previously-adjusted value) will flash in the Total Time display.
Use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the workout time for this user profile. The range for workout time is 01:00 to 1:59:00. Press ENTER to
confirm the workout time and enter User Age Data setup.
User Age Data Entry
“User 1 age” or “User 2 Age” will post in the lower display (depending upon which user profile was selected). The default or previously-adjusted
user age value will flash in the Matrix Display. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the age for this user profile. The available user age value
must be between ten (10) and ninety-nine (99) years, inclusive. Press the ENTER key to confirm the age setting and enter User Weight setup.
User Weight Data Entry
“User 1 weight” or “User 2 weight” will post in the lower display (depending upon which user profile was selected). The default or previouslyadjusted user weight value will flash in the Display Matrix. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the weight for this user profile. The available
user weight value must be between 23 and 350 pounds (or 10 and 150 Kilograms if the console is set to metric units), inclusive. Press the ENTER
key to confirm the weight setting and enter User Gender setup.
User Gender Data Entry
“User 1 gender” or “User 2 gender” will post in the lower display (depending upon which user profile was selected). The default or previouslyadjusted user gender value will flash in the Display Matrix. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to view the user gender options (“Male” or
“Female”). To select the displayed gender setting, press the ENTER key. Press the ENTER key to return to the User Setup profile selection mode, or
press STOP to save all adjusted settings and return to Idle mode or previous program.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem:
Solutions:
The display will not light up.
1. Check the AC Power Supply, make sure there is power to the plug in / wall outlet.
2. Pedal at a speed exceeding 15 RPM.
3. Check all wire connections, disconnect and reconnect all wires put together during assembly. Look at all connectors while
disassembled, make sure no wires are pulled out and that no pins are bent and or pushed in.
Problem:
Solution:
Loose or clicking pedals.
1. Tighten the pedal and or crank arms.
Problem:
Solution:
Plastics misaligned or rubbing sound.
1. Loosen screws, realign plastic side case and tighten.
2. Check brackets.
Problem:
Solution:
Display segments for a functioning program are not visible, or an error messages appears.
1. Perform hard reset by removing the 4 Phillips screws on the back of the console and disconnecting the main wire harness.
Let it sit for a period of 3 to 5 minutes, then plug it back in.
2. Replace the console.
For all other issues please contact customer support at [email protected] Also please be prepared
to send a video or picture of the issue with a detailed explanation to help diagnose the problem.
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MAINTENANCE
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All Diamondback Fitness products are engineered for years of near-silent operation. Let noise be your first indication that a repair or adjustment
is required. Please, discontinue use immediately and contact customer support or Diamondback Fitness Dealer if an unusual noise, scraping,
knocking, grinding or vibration is detected. Often, a minor issue will become a major repair if ignored and use is continued.
Prior to each workout, confirm that all adjustment levers and screws are tightened.
Tighten the crank arms once per month. Loose crank arms will become damaged and are not covered under the warranty.
Your Diamondback Fitness product is manufactured of the most durable materials available. The plastics are molded of strong and chemicalresistant ABS and PVC. The frame is produced of high-tensile steel and protected with an industrial-grade, powder paint coating for the highest
level of corrosion resistance. It is important to note however, that perspiration can be extremely corrosive if allowed to accumulate on the
machine. After training, always wipe down the unit with a mild soap solution followed by a thorough drying with a clean towel. Positioning a small
spray bottle and towel near the unit will help ensure that your Diamondback Fitness equipment looks new for many years.
Note: Perspiration is very corrosive and if allowed to remain on the machine, will cause discoloration, fading, rust
and odors. Unfortunately, these conditions are not covered under the Warranty Policy.
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
Diamondback Fitness warrants this unit to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use in the home environment.
Diamondback Fitness’s obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of any defective part, provided free of charge. This
warranty is extended to the original purchaser. The following conditions apply:
Who is Covered
The warranty is extended to the individual whose name appears on the original sales receipt and may not be transferred to any other individual or
legal entity.
To Obtain Service
To obtain service, you must contact Diamondback Fitness customer support at [email protected]
Proof of Purchase
Proof of purchase from a Diamondback Fitness Authorized Dealer or Diamondbackfitness.com will be required.
What is Covered – For Interior Residential Use Only.
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Frame
Brake
Parts & Electronics
Labor
Limited lifetime warranty; covers defects in welds, materials, and workmanship (some exclusions apply).
Limited lifetime warranty
3 years
1 year
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Wear Items
90 days
Note: If proof of purchase cannot be confirmed, the Warranty’s coverage period will begin on the date six (6)
months after the date of manufacture.
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Note: Limited lifetime refers to warranty coverage of the unit’s expected service life, not the lifetime of the
purchaser. The expected lifetime of this unit is five (5) years from the date of purchase although other factors
can extend this period. Support and maintenance of the unit may become difficult or impossible after this period
expires.
Voided Warranty
The warranty does not apply to any failure of the product or its components due to alterations or modifications, misuse and abuse, accidental
damage, lack of maintenance or improper assembly. Improper assembly can be avoided if the unit is assembled by an authorized technician.
Damage due to improper assembly is not covered by the warranty. Common assembly errors can include damaged wire harnesses, stripped
screws and nuts, crank arms or damaged threads.
If the serial number has been removed, altered or defaced, the warranty for the affected unit is voided.
Parts & Service
Contact the Diamondback Fitness support or the dealer that originally sold the unit. If you have moved, or the retailer is unavailable, contact us at
[email protected] to help locate an alternate Authorized Dealer.
Diamondback Fitness is not responsible for securing warranty service and/or honoring extended warranties provided by dealers.
NOTE: Authorized service technicians do not reside in all areas of the country. If you live beyond the reasonable
service area of a metropolitan area, Diamondback Fitness may not be able to support the labor portion of the
product warranty. Travel fees charged by technicians are not covered by the warranty.
Other Exclusions
The warranty for this unit is void if it is placed in commercial or light commercial environments such as health clubs, schools, hotels, condominium
common areas, correctional facilities, or any other non-residential setting. The warranty will not be honored if this unit is employed for commercial
or rental purposes. This unit is for indoor use only.
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Additional Rights
This Warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties, and any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose created
hereby, and are limited to the same duration as the express warranty herein. Diamondback Fitness shall not be liable for any incidental or
consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitations of implied warranties, incidental or consequential, so the above
limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
Retailers and wholesale outlets for Diamondback Fitness products are not authorized to modify this warranty in any way.
This warranty gives the original owner specific legal rights. Other additional rights may vary from state to state.
Although current at the time of this printing, specifications for this model may have changed in our continuing effort for improvement. Diamondback Fitness
reserves the right to modify and improve the specifications of its products without prior notice
©2018 Diamondback Fitness
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PURCHASER’S REFERENCE INFORMATION
Product Name: Diamondback Fitness 910Ub Upright Bike
Serial Number:
E__________
Record the serial number here.
Serial Number Location
The serial number will be located on the main frame just behind the plastic enclosure
(see figure to the right).
Record of Purchase
NOTE: Please record details associated with the purchase of your
Diamondback Fitness 910Ub below. This information will be required in the
event the unit requires future service. ATTACH THE PURCHASE RECEIPT.
Dealer Name:
Delaler Phone:
Dealer Address:
Date Purchased:
Dealer Contact Name:
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