ASB950M Commercial Magnetic Spin Bike

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Flywheel:
20kg perfectly-balanced with SKF Bearings
Resistance:
Magnetic Resistance (Resistance knob raises, and lowers a set of magnets that interact with the eddy current, creating a silent and maintenance-free resistance mechanism to 900 watts)
Console:
Console optional extra (see related products below)
Frame:
Zinc coated (anti-rust) & commercial Matt Black powder coating
Seat:
Commercial Gel Saddle (Velo 3275) adjusts vertically & horizontally
Drive system:
Belt Driven, Top Trans 5PK & 1290mm length
Handlebars:
Racing handlebar with Aluminium horizontal quick release adjustment
Bottle holder:
Yes
Pedals:
VP S-2 SPD Pedals
Crank:
175mm Chrome #1200 heavy duty Crank
Dimensions:
135L x 61W x 120H cm
Transport Wheels:
In-line Skate Wheels
User capacity:
140kg
Other features:
Has push down Emergency Brake, Shimano UN-55 bottom bracket
  • ASB950M spin bike
  • ASB950M handlebars
  • ASB950M adjustable seat
RRP: $1,899.00
Sale Price: $1,499.00
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Description

Commercial ultra-smooth spin bike with magnetic resistance, 20kg balanced flywheel, and top quality comfortable saddle.

This spin bike can be used by personal trainers, hotels, apartment gyms, etc. - but not in fee-paying full-commercial gyms - or just by home users looking for genuine commercial feel and reliability.

** This bike does not ship with a computer (for displaying speed, distance, etc.). There is one available in related products below.

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Warranty Information

Lifetime frame, 5-year parts, 1-year labour manufacturer's warranty.
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1 Review

  • 5
    Hands on review of the Bodycraft SPM Commercial Magnetic Spin Bike

    Posted by Eamonn on 19th Oct 2016

    The Bodycraft SPM Commercial Magnetic Spin Bike is well made, sturdy with multiple adjustments for different body sizes. I am 172 cm could easily adjust the seat and handle bars for taller and shorter people. The seat is firm. In regards to 'racing' style bikes, this is par for the course. The magnetic resistance is quiet and maintenance free. You rotate a knob to raise and lower the magnets. There are approximately 7 full turns of the knob from easiest to hardest. It is simple to keep track of how many turns of the knob so that the resistance is consistent from workout to workout. I generally use 3 - 4 turns for long slow distance, 4 - 5 turns for intervals. My VO2 max is around 50 mL/kg/min so if you were 100 kg and very fit, you may find the resistance insufficient but for the vast majority of people, this bike's maximum resistance is plenty. When going hard, be prepared for puddles of sweat so a good floor mat is wise. I fan in front of the bike is also a good idea esp in summer.

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