Upright Magnetic Cycle
Product Code: CL205
Escalade International Limited
Pleasant Road, Penllergaer, Swansea. SA4 9GE
Tel: 00 44 1792 222 550 Fax 00 44 1792 895 781
www.escaladesports.co.uk
info@escaladesports.co.uk
Contents
Important Safety Information
Weight Limit Capacities
3
Hardware Parts List
4
Pre Assembly Check List
5
Assembly Instructions
6-9
User Guide
10
Computer Instructions
11
Exercise Instructions
12
Fault Finding Chart
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Exploded Diagram
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Parts List
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Additional Information
Care Maintenance
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Limited Warranty
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Supplied by
Escalade International Ltd
Pleasant Road
Penllergaer
Swansea
SA4 9GE
Tel: 00 44 1792 222550
Fax: 00 44 1792 895781
www.escaladesports.co.uk
E mail: info@escaladesports.co.uk
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
THIS OWNER’S MANUAL CONTAINS ASSEMBLY, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY
INFORMATION. IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY, PLEASE MAKE CERTAIN THAT YOU READ
AND UNDERSTAND ALL THE INFORMATION BELOW.
1. This cycle is intended for class H (H=Domestic) use only. It is not designed for commercial use.
2. This machine has been tested to BS EN 957 Parts 1:2005 and Part 5:1996.
3. Read the OWNER’S OPERATION MANUAL and all accompanying literature and follow it
carefully before using your cycle.
4. Keep children and pets away from the Cycle at all times. Do not leave children unattended in the
same room with the Cycle. The Cycle is not a toy and therefore parents and guardians should
be aware of the natural tendency for children to play, leading to situations and behaviour for
which the Cycle is not intended.
5. If children are allowed to use the Cycle their physical/mental development and above all,
temperament should be taken into account. Constant supervision is therefore needed.
6. Position the Cycle on a clear levelled surface which is clear of all obstacles as not to restrict
movement whilst exercising. DO NOT use the Cycle near water or outdoors.
7. Exercise equipment has moving parts. In the interest of safety, keep others, especially children,
at a safe distance while exercising.
8. Never hold your breath while exercising. Breathing should remain at a normal rate in conjunction
with the level of exercise being performed.
9. Rest adequately between workouts. Muscle tone develops during these rest periods. Beginners
should work out twice a week and increase gradually to 4 to 5 times per week.
10. Remove all jewellery, including rings, chains and pins before commencing exercise.
11. Always wear suitable clothing and footwear during exercise. Do not wear loose fitting clothing
that could become entangled with the moving parts of your exercise machine.
IMPORTANT!!! THE MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED WEIGHT CAPACITY FOR YOUR
CYCLE IS 100KGS.
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HARDWARE PARTS LIST
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Q’TY
15
Carriage Bolt M8*L65 mm
2
16
Curve WasherΦ22
6
17
Domed Nut M8
2
18
Allen Bolt M8*16 mm
8
19
Flat Washer Φ25
2
26
Screw for Handlebar
2
27
Flat Washer Φ17
2
Allen Key 6mm
1
Allen Wrench S13-15-19
1
Above described parts are all the parts you need to assemble this machine. Before you
start to assemble, please check the hardware packing to make sure they are included.
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PRE-ASSEMBLY CHECK LIST
NO.1
NO.7
NO.5
NO.8
NO.4
NO.6
NO.2
NO.10
NO.3
NO.9
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Q’TY
01
Main Frame
1
02
Front Stabilizer
1
03
Rear Stabilizer
1
04
Front Post
1
05
Handlebar
1
06
Computer
1
07
Seat Post
1
08
Seat
1
09
Left Pedal
1
10
Right Pedal
1
User Manual
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Please note that some items of hardware may already be pre assembled onto your cycle.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION
STEP 1
(a) Attach the front stabilizer (2) to the main frame (1), and tighten using 2 carriage bolts (15), curve
washer (16) and domed nut (17).
(b) Then, attach the rear stabilizer (3) to the main frame (1), using 2 allen bolts (18), and flat
washer (19) for the bottom of rear stabilizer, then tighten 2 sets of allen bolt (18), and flat
washer (27) for each side of the rear stabilizer.
16 17
2
15
1
18
27
19
16
17
18
27
3
19
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STEP 2
Take the front post (4) and connect the middle computer wire (21) with lower computer wire (22).
Release the tension knob (20) on the front post (4) then connect with the lower tension cable (23).
Please see page 7 for a detailed description of the assembly. Insert the front post (4) into the
main frame (1) and tighten using 4 allen bolt (18) and curve washer (16).
20
16
4
16
20
21
18
18
21
20
22
23
22
23
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HOW TO CONNECT TENSION CONNECTOR
Slide the Cable wire from the Upper
Tension Connector in between the
opening on the wire holder on the
Lower Tension Connector.
Pull the Upper Tension Connector
backward and slide the wire through
the slot on the bracket.
Drop down the Connector so the
fitting sits firmly on top of the
bracket.
NOTE: In able to hold the Front Post while connecting the cables and wires,extra
help may be needed.
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STEP 3
Assemble the computer with the computer holder (6) onto the top of front post (4). Plug the
computer sensor wire (21) into the rear of the computer marked “sensor input”.
Assemble the handlebar (5) to the front post (4) and tighten using 2 screws (26). Plug hand pulse
wire (24) into the rear of the computer marked “pulse input”.
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21
4
STEP 4
Assemble the seat (8) to the seat post (7), and tighten using 3 flat washers (12), spring washers
(13) and nylon nuts (14), then insert the seat post (7) into the main frame (1). Line up the holes and
secure the seat in position with the knob (11). The correct height for the seat can be adjusted after
the bike is fully assembled.
8
12
13
14
12
13
14
7
11
1
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STEP 5
The left and right pedal (9) & (10) are marked "L" and "R". Connect them to their appropriate crank
arm (25). The right pedal is on the right hand side of the cycle as you sit on it. Note that the right
pedal should be threaded on clockwise and the left pedal on counter-clockwise.
10
1
9
25
CHECK ALL BOLTS AND NUTS ARE TIGHTENED
BEFORE USING THE MACHINE
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USER GUIDE
Transport
Tension Control
Decrease
Increase
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COMPUTER INSTRUCTIONS
FUNCTION MARK:
SCAN:
SPEED:
DIST:
TIME:
Auto scan
Speed
Trip distance
Riding time
CAL:
Calorie
ODO:
Total distance
PULSE: Pulse
FUNCTIONS:
1. Reset: Pressing the MODE button for more than 3 seconds will reset all functional
values to zero except Odometer.
2. Scan: Displays each function in sequence every 6 seconds. The display loop is TIME,
SPEED, DIST, CAL ,ODO.
3. Time: Press the MODE button until display TIME, monitor will count up your riding time.
4. Speed: Press the MODE button until display SPEED, monitor will display the current
speed.
5. Distance: Press the MODE button until display DIST, monitor will display the trip
distance you are traveling.
6. Calories: Press the MODE button until display CAL, monitor will accumulate the calorie
consumption.
7. ODOMETER: Press the MODE button until display ODO, monitor will display the total
accumulated distance.
8. Pulse: Press MODE button until display P, monitor will display your current heart rate in beats
percent minute. Place the palms on the both of the hand pulse sensors and the monitor will show
up your current heart beat rate in beats per minute (BPM) on the LCD display.
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EXERCISE INSTRUCTIONS
Using your UPRIGHT MAGNETIC CYCLE will provide you with several benefits, it will
improve your physical fitness, tone muscle and in conjunction with a calorie controlled diet
help you lose weight.
1. The Warm Up Phase
This stage helps get the blood flowing around the body and the muscles working properly. It
will also reduce the risk of cramp and muscle injury. It is advisable to do a few stretching
exercises as shown below. Each stretch should be held for approximately 30 seconds, do
not force or jerk your muscles into a stretch - if it hurts, STOP.
INNER THIGH
FORWARD
BENDS
CALF / ACHILLES
SIDE BENDS
OUTER THIGH
2. The Exercise Phase
This is the stage where you put the effort in. After regular use, the muscles in your legs will
become more flexible. It is very important to maintain a steady tempo throughout. The rate
of work should be sufficient to raise your heart beat into the target zone shown on the graph
below.
This stage should last for a minimum of 12 minutes though most people start at about 15-20
minutes
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3. The Cool Down Phase
This stage is to let your Cardio-vascular System and muscles wind down. This is a repeat of
the warm up exercise e.g. reduce your tempo, continue for approximately 5 minutes. The
stretching exercises should now be repeated, again remembering not to force or jerk your
muscles into the stretch.
As you get fitter you may need to train longer and harder. It is advisable to train at least
three times a week, and if possible space your workouts evenly throughout the week.
MUSCLE TONING
To tone muscle while on your MAGNETIC UPRIGHT you will need to have the resistance
set quite high. This will put more strain on our leg muscles and may mean you cannot train
for as long as you would like. If you are also trying to improve your fitness you need to alter
your training program. You should train as normal during the warm up and cool down
phases, but towards the end of the exercise phase you should increase resistance making
your legs work harder. You will have to reduce your speed to keep your heart rate in the
target zone.
WEIGHT LOSS
The important factor here is the amount of effort you put in. The harder and longer
you work the more calories you will burn. Effectively this is the same as if you were
training to improve your fitness, the difference is the goal.
FAULT FINDING CHART
FAULT
Computer does not work.
REASON
REMEDY
Upper and lower computer Connect upper and lower sensor
wires are not connected.
wires. See Steps 2 and 3
Faulty computer wire
Faulty computer
Computer display becomes Weak or faulty batteries
faint or does not count
Pulse does not register.
Pulse
sensor
wire
connected.
Replace computer wire
Replace computer
Replace batteries
not Check connection.
See step 3.
Hands not in full contact with Remove hands from sensors and
pulse sensors.
reposition.
No resistance while exercising
Faulty hand grip pulse sensor.
Replace hand grip sensors.
Upper and lower tension Connect upper and lower tension
control cables not connected
cables See Step 2
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
6
8
20
4
16
12
13
14
16
18
18
12
13
14
20
21
7
22
23
16 17
2
10
28
15
11
28
1
16
27
17
18
25 19
9
29
18
27
3
19
29
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PARTS LIST
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Q’TY
1
Main Frame
1
2
Front Stabilizer
1
3
Rear Stabilizer
1
4
Front Post
1
5
Handlebar
1
6
Computer
1
7
Seat Post
1
8
Seat
1
9
Left Pedal
1
10
Right Pedal
1
11
Knob
1
12
Flat Washer Φ17
3
13
Spring Washer Φ8.5
3
14
Nylon Nut M8
3
15
Carriage Bolt M8*L65mm
2
16
Curve WasherΦ22
6
17
Domed Nut M8
2
18
Allen Bolt M8*16mm
8
19
Flat Washer Φ25
2
20
Knob w/Upper Tension Cable
1
21
Middle Computer Wire
1
22
Lower Computer Wire
1
23
Lower Tension Cable
1
24
Hand Pulse Wire
1
25
Crank Arm
1
26
Screw for Handlebar
2
27
Flat Washer Φ17
2
28
Transportation Wheel
2
29
Rear Stabilizer End Cap
2
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Packaging Disposal
Government guidelines ask that we reduce the amount of waste material disposed of in land fill sites.
We therefore ask that you dispose of all packaging waste responsibly at public recycling centres.
End of Life Disposal
We at Escalade hope you enjoy many years of enjoyable use from your Cycle. However, a time will come when
your Cycle will come to the end of its useful life. Under ‘European WEEE Legislation’ you are responsible for
the appropriate disposal of your Cycle to a recognised public collection facility.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Inspect and tighten all parts before using the cycle.
The cycle can be cleaned using a damp cloth and mild non-abrasive detergent. DO
NOT use solvents.
Examine the cycle regularly for signs of damage or wear.
Failure to examine the cycle regularly may affect the safety level of the
equipment.
Replace any defective components immediately and/or keep the cycle out of use
until repair.
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions:
Maximum user weight:
80 x 45 x 123 cms
100kg
Batteries
2 x Size AAA 1.5v
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Escalade warrants this product to be free from defects in workmanship and material, under
normal use and service conditions, for a period of one year from the date of purchase. This
warranty extends only to the original purchaser. Escalade’s obligation under this Warranty is
limited to replacing damaged or faulty parts at Escalade’s option.
All returns must be pre-authorised by Escalade. This warranty does not extend to any product
or damage to a product caused by or attributable to freight damage, abuse, misuse, improper
or abnormal usage, purchasers own repairs or for products used for commercial or rental
purposes. No other warranty beyond that specifically set forth above is authorized by
Escalade.
Escalade is not responsible or liable for indirect, special or consequential damages arising out
of or in connection with the use or performance of the product or other damages with respect
to any economic loss, loss of property, loss of revenues or profits, loss of enjoyments or use,
costs of removal, installation or other consequential damages or whatsoever natures.
The warranty extended hereunder is in lieu of any and all other warranties and any implied
warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose is limited in its scope and
duration to the terms set forth herein.
Your statutory rights are not affected.
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS
Replacement parts can be ordered by calling our Customer Service Department.
Tel: 0044 (0) 1792 222 562
E mail: customerservices@escaladesports.co.uk
When ordering replacement parts, please give the following information.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Model
Description of Parts
Part Number
Date of Purchase
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