R2100
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
To avoid possible damage to this Fitness Cycle,
please follow these assembly instructions.
Carefully remove all its parts from the box,
lay them out and review the parts list.
If any parts are missing, please call 1-800-335-4348, Ext 12
Before proceeding, find your Fitness Cycle’s serial number,
located on the underside of main frame, and enter here:
______________________________
Refer to this number when calling for service.
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Parts Diag ram
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Parts
VISION FITNESS R2100 Parts Description
Part # Description
Front Wheel Parts
#148
#149
#150
#185
#182
Front Foot Wheel Axle
Front Transport Wheels
Inside Wheel Washers
Outside Wheel Washers
Wheel Attachment Bolts
Rear Rail Support Bars
#106
#182
#91
#182
#96
#186
#184
#121
#182
#125
#124
#188
#189
#129
#174
Seat Parts
#115
#137
#136
#195
#196
#110
#182
1
2
2
2
2
20mm L x 8mm D
1
4
1
4
1
4
4
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
Seat
Seat
Seat
Seat
Seat
Seat
Seat
Frame
Cushion Back
Cushion Bottom
Cushion Bolts
Cushion Bolt Washers
Mount Handlebars
Mount Handlebar Bolts
1
1
1
8
8
1
4
Console Mast
Console Mast Allen Bolts
Rubber Console Mast Cover
Console
Upper Magnet Shift Cable
Lower Magnet Shift Cable
Console Attachment Bolts
Indexed Mast Cover
RPM Sensor Wire
1
6
1
1
1
Other Parts
#152
#199
Dimensions
Rear Foot Assembly
Rear Foot Attachment Bolts
Rear Foot Frame Extension
Frame Extension Bolts
Seat Rail Support Post
Support Post Bolts-Bottom
Top Post Bolt Washers
Aluminum Seat Rail
Seat Rail Mount Bolts
Seat Stop Bumper Rod
Seat Stop Bumpers
Bumper Rod Bolts
Bumper Rod Lock Washers
Seat Rail End Cap
Seat Rail End Cap Screws
Console Parts
#101
#182
#88
#153
#220
#66
#197
#225
#64
Count
Pedals
Pedal Straps
6
1
1
2
2
20mm L x 8mm D
20mm L x 8mm D
55mm L x 8mm D
20mm L x 8mm D
10mm L x 3mm D
55mm L x 6mm D
20mm L x 8mm D
20mm L x 8mm D
11mm L x 5mm D
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Assembly
NOTE: During each assembly step, ensure that ALL nuts and bolts are in
place and partially threaded in before completely tightening any ONE bolt.
Step 1 • Front Wheel Assembly
1: Slide the Front Foot Axle (148) through the Front Foot Nylon Sleeves (147).
2: Place the Inside Wheel Washers (150) on the Front Foot Axle (148).
3: Slip the Front Transport Wheels (149) onto the Front Foot Wheel Axle
and secure them with the outside Wheel Washers (185) and the Wheel
Attachment Bolts (182) using two 5mm Allen wrenches.
Step 2 • Seat Support and Rear Foot
1:Attach the Seat Rail Support Post (96) to the top of the Rear Foot Frame
Extension (91) with four Bottom Support Post Bolts (186). Tighten with a
5mm Allen wrench.
2:Secure the Rear Foot Frame Extension (91) to the frame bracket using the
four Frame Extension Bolts (182).
3:Secure the Rear Foot Assembly (106) to the Rear Foot Frame Extension
(91) using the four Rear Foot Attachment Bolts (182). Tighten with a
5mm Allen wrench.
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Step 3 • Seat Assembly
1: Secure the Seat Mount Handlebars (110) to the Seat
Frame (115) with four Seat Mount Handlebar Bolts
(182) and four washers (156).
2: When mounting the Seat Cushion Bottom (136), you
have two sets of holes to choose from. Using the rear
set of holes is recommended for most people. For a
smaller person, you may choose to use the forward set
of bolt holes. Mount the Seat Cushion Bottom (136) to
the Seat Frame (115) with four of the Seat Cushion Bolts
(195) and Seat Cushion Bolt Washers (196) using a 4mm
Allen wrench. Do not fully tighten any bolt until all four
bolts are started.
3: Mount the Seat Cushion Back (137) to the Seat Frame
(115) using the remaining four Seat Cushion Bolts
(195) and Washers (196). Do not fully tighten any bolt
until all four bolts are started.
Step 4 • Aluminum Seat Rail
1: Place the Aluminum Seat Rail (121) on the Seat Rail
support (96) and align the two holes in the Seat Rail
with the two holes in the Frame Lip (299) . Thread the
Seat Rail Mount Bolts (182) through the Frame Lip (299)
into the Aluminum Seat Rail but do not tighten yet.
2: Secure the Aluminum Seat Rail (121) to the Seat Rail
Support Post (96) with the four Top Support Post Bolts
(182) and Top Post Bolt Washers (184). Tighten these
four bolts. Now fully tighten the two Seat Rail Mount
Bolts (182) at the front of the seat rail.
3: Slide the Seat Frame (115) onto the Aluminum Seat Rail
(121) while lifting the knob, so the seat frame will slide to
the front of the seat rail.
4: Slide the Seat Stop Bumper Rod (125) with one Seat
Stop Bumper (124) already attached through the hole
in the back of the Aluminum Seat Rail (121). Attach the
second Seat Stop Bumper to the other end of this rod
using the Bumper Rod Screw (188) and Bumper Rod Lock
Washer (189).
Assembly
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Assembly
Step 5 • Pedals
1: Identify the left and right Pedals (152) and the left and right Pedal Straps
(199). Attach the correct straps to each pedal, then thread each Pedal into
the correct left and right crank arms and tighten.
NOTE: It is very important to FULLY TIGHTEN each pedal. Failure to do
so will result in loosening and NOISE.
Step 6 • Console Mast
1: Unfold the RPM Sensor Wire (64) that is folded into the Frame Console
Mast bracket. Straighten this cable and remove any kinks by drawing the
cable through your fingers.
2: Slide the Rubber Console Mast Cover (88) onto the Console Mast (101)
until it is above the first waterbottle screw.
3: Holding the Console Mast (101) above the Frame Console Mast Bracket,
guide the RPM Sensor Wire (64) and Lower Magnet Shift Cable (66)
through the Console Mast while simultaneously sliding the Console Mast
onto the frame bracket.
4: Bolt the Console Mast (101) to the frame using the six Console Mast Allen
Bolts (182). Make sure these bolts are very tight. Now slide the Rubber
Console Mast Cover (88) back down to cover the bolt heads.
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Final Assembly
Step 7 • Console
1: Insert Upper Magnet Shift Cable (220) into the top
of the Console mast (101).
2: Mount the Console (153) to the Console Mast (101)
using the six Console Attachment Bolts (197).
Make sure you DO NOT PINCH the Upper Magnet
Shift Cable (220) and RPM Sensor Wire (64)
between the Console (153) and Console Mast (101).
3: Plug the RPM Sensor Wire (64) into the receptacle
located on the back of the Console (153). Make
sure the RPM Sensor Wire fits in the slot cut in the
left side of the Console Mast (101).
Step 8 • Cable Connection
1: Turn the Tension Knob to position 8. Reach inside
the opening of the Console Mast (101) and connect
the Upper Magnet Shift Cable (220) to the
rectangular red cable-slide on the end of the
Lower Magnet Shift Cable (66), as shown in the
accompanying illustrations.
2: While holding the metal separating tab (5), turn the
Tension Knob to Level 1 and then pull the tab out
and discard.
3: Press the Console Mast Cover (225) into the
opening of the Console Mast (101).
Step 9 • Operation Test
Run this simple test prior to using.
1: Choose Intervals program, Level 8.
2: Choose Time of “00:00”, and press Start.
3: Your machine will now operate indefinitely. After
several hours of operation, check for proper
functioning of:
A: Resistance Change -- change load one
level at a time using the dial knob on
console. Pedal to feel for load change.
B: Check for display in RPMs while pedaling.
C: Check that all LCDs are working.
621-D East Lake Street
P.O. Box 280
Lake Mills, WI 53551
(920) 648-4090