What kind of Schwinn Airdyne Bike Serie do you need?
Progressive wind resistance for infinite levels of challenge. Dimensions-53 L x 26.5 W x 53 H inches. Efficient single stage belt drive that keeps it running quietly. Includes interval programs, target programs and heart rate level indicators for fat burn, aerobic and anaerobic training. Perimeter weighted fan for easy start up and a smooth ride. Comfortable, adjustable seat Optimized fan for high resistance and reduced noise. Multi position hand grips offer a variety of workout options. High resolution multi display console tracks calories, watts, time, distance, speed, RPM and heart rate. Heart rate telemetry enabledThis item is not warrantied for commercial use, please consider the Schwinn AD Pro for commercial locationsAssembly required
What is the advantage of this Schwinn Airdyne Bike Serie?
The Schwinn Airydne AD7 Bike combines the latest in air resistance technology with unmatched durability and performance, allowing you to reach your full potential in the comfort of your home.
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.
Multi-display LCD console with metric readouts.
Easy to clean anti-corrosion, powder-coated steel construction helps protect from sweat and water, extending the life of the frame.
Fore aft seat and height adjustment.
Multi-position handlebars accommodates a wide range of users.
Customer reviewsREAD the WARRANTY do not BUY
The bike arrived promptly and I had an Amazon technician put it together well. Very impressed. BUT at the two week mark, the bike developed a deep knocking sound on the right and vibration could be felt as the metallic knocking occurred as the arm and pedals were in motion. I had the Amazon technician come back, and he and I both agreed the set up was sound and good, but something was going on internally and both he and I did not want to get into the inner workings of the bicycle. So I call Bowflex Nautilus Schwinn. They wanted me to disassemble the entire body of the bike so they could TROUBLESHOOT over the PHONE. I was appalled, likening this experience to calling my auto dealership with a problem and them asking me to rent a crane, remove the engine and see if the timing belt was slipping. My Customer Service agent didn t get the irony. Long story short, the warranty only covers PARTS, not DIAGNOSTICS, and now not only did I buy a bike no more than three weeks ago, I now have to pay, upfront, 139.00 for a DIAGNOSTIC VISIT from a third party company. Please be aware of the facts. This is a big bike. I would return it, but I have to pay someone to pull it apart, the box is gone, so I would need to repack this baby and send it back. Very disappointed overall. Very.