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Freemotion Fitness r10.4 Recumbent Bike

The low profile, STEP THRU™ design creates a new workout opportunity for people who want to build lower body muscle mass. Because the r10.4 Recumbent Bike is non-weight bearing, it’s easy to use and there’s virtually no learning curve. Foot straps on the pedals can be removed and in-handle controls bump up the resistance and intensity without having to take your hands off the handle bars.

Description

HYBRID GENERATOR RESISTANCE SYSTEM

This smooth, frictionless resistance system has one-touch resistance to bump up the intensity.

LED MATRIX DISPLAY

Track progress on the large, easy-to-read LED display. Six displays track speed, time, distance, resistance level, pulse and calories burned.

QUICK SELECT START & STOP

Start and stop the workout at anytime with the touch of a single button.

EASY-GLIDE SEAT WITH LUMBAR SUPPORT

This oversized, cushioned seat provides a comfortable workout experience and supports the lower back through intense workouts. Quick pop-pin adjustments allow the seat to slide horizontally or vertically to create a custom fit.

INERTIA-ENHANCED FLYWHEEL

Get steady performance and consistent momentum with the inertia enhanced flywheel. Built to last and made to perform, this flywheel is low maintenance and durable.

EXTRA WIDE ERGONOMIC FOOT PEDALS

With adjustable straps, these pedals are designed to keep feet in place for a comfortable workout.

BUILT-IN WORKOUTS

Choose between preset workouts, fitness tests, or heart rate control workouts with the quick touch of a button.

40 LEVELS OF DIGITAL RESISTANCE

To burn more calories, increase intensity or improve muscle tone, simply adjust the bike’s one-touch resistance.

EKG GRIP PULSE

Get, and stay, in the ideal heart-training zone with the built-in convenience of this EKG monitor.

DUAL WATER BOTTLE HOLDERS

Convenient water bottle holders are built-in for easy access.

STEP THRU™ DESIGN

This bike innovative design eliminates the traditional base, making it easier to get on and off the bike.

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