Cateye Fitness Equipment Brookings SD

The EC-1200 uses an Eddy current electromagnetic disk brake for resistance and its built-in computer gives you five different programs and six different readouts. The bike's seating is made to position for riders from 4.75-feet to 7-feet tall in an ergonomically correct riding position.

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Cateye Fitness Equipment

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Cateye Fitness

Cateye Fitness products are distributed in many countries around the world including Russia, India, China, France, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Chile and Argentina, New Zealand and Guatemala. The company is well known for its treadmills, stair climbers, personal sports computers, stationary bikes, recumbent ergometers and pulse monitors.

One of the company's most popular products is the Cateye Fitness EC-1200 Stationary Bike. This exercise bike features an advanced interchangeable data card system which provides personalized usage information for multiple users. The EC-1200 is made with a sturdy upright design and it also features an included fitness test and contact sensors.

The EC-1200 uses an Eddy current electromagnetic disk brake for resistance and its built-in computer gives you five different programs and six different readouts. The bike's seating is made to position for riders from 4.75-feet to 7-feet tall in an ergonomically correct riding position. The bike comes in either black or ivory colors and has a 286-pound user capacity. The electronic computer can display the time ridden, the distance traveled, your pulse rate, the speed you're cycling at and the approximate calories you have burned off. The bike also has a pulse limit alarm. If the rider exceeds their upper pulse limit, a buzzer on the bike will go off and the pedal torque will be reduced to a minimum in order to prevent an injury. The EC-1200 has a lifetime frame warranty, a 3-...

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