Schwinn AD8 Airdyne Bike

Regular price $1,999.00
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 Features

  • Single-stage direct drive system for efficient power transfer, low maintenance, and infinite levels of challenge.
  • Telemetric Heart Rate Technology to measure heart rate in real time.
  • Corrosion res...

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     Features

    • Single-stage direct drive system for efficient power transfer, low maintenance, and infinite levels of challenge.
    • Telemetric Heart Rate Technology to measure heart rate in real time.
    • Corrosion resistant powder coated steel construction for longer life for the frame.
    • Multi-position hand grips offer a variety of workout options.
    • Multi-display LCD console with Calories, Watts, Time, Distance, Speed, RPM, and Heart Rate readouts .
    • Optimized fan for high resistance and reduced noise.

    The airdyne bike—which you power by both pedalling and pushing and pulling a set of handlebars—was invented more than 30 years ago but is experiencing a resurgence among hard-core cardio aficionados. The Airdyne isn’t designed for long, leisurely sessions, like a treadmill or a stair-climber—it just feels like an eternity when you’re on one. But while time may pass slowly, the calories burn fast—Top trainers can burn upwards of 75 a minute.

    Normal lead time is 7 days.

 Features

  • Single-stage direct drive system for efficient power transfer, low maintenance, and infinite levels of challenge.
  • Telemetric Heart Rate Technology to measure heart rate in real time.
  • Corrosion resistant powder coated steel construction for longer life for the frame.
  • Multi-position hand grips offer a variety of workout options.
  • Multi-display LCD console with Calories, Watts, Time, Distance, Speed, RPM, and Heart Rate readouts .
  • Optimized fan for high resistance and reduced noise.

The airdyne bike—which you power by both pedalling and pushing and pulling a set of handlebars—was invented more than 30 years ago but is experiencing a resurgence among hard-core cardio aficionados. The Airdyne isn’t designed for long, leisurely sessions, like a treadmill or a stair-climber—it just feels like an eternity when you’re on one. But while time may pass slowly, the calories burn fast—Top trainers can burn upwards of 75 a minute.

Normal lead time is 7 days.