NEW Spin Bikes
We are continually looking to improve and reinvest in the club. To that end, we are excited to be able to inform you of our NEW Spin Bikes for Studio1. After a lot of investigation and trials we have found the best-in-class replacement Spin Bike for members, the Keiser M3i Indoor Bike. Here’s a few reasons why:
1. V-shape frame, handlebar combo and 4-way adjustable seat to accommodate all riders of all sizes.
2. Rear-wheel design for protection from sweat and corrosion.
3. Magnetic-resistance technology for greater repeatability and reduced wear as well as delivering a near road bike experience.
4. Quiet, reliable and low-maintenance single-belt drive train.
5. Revolutionary re-designed Keiser Bike Pedal fits a wider range of users with narrow to wide hips (curved crank arms increase the Q factor), has the cage built into the pedal not just added on, ramped barbs for secure and simple foot placement and curvature eliminating pressure points on the riders foot.
6. All the data you need on a single feedback screen – RPM (revolutions per minute), Power and Energy (watts and kilocalories), Heart Rate, Elapsed Time, Gear and Trip Distance. Additionally, the back-lit display automatically turns on when the room light drops below a certain level and remains on, unlike other bikes.
7. Virtual riding sessions with Spivi technology. Spivi is an innovative 3D simulator system made for indoor cycling studios and fitness clubs. Visualise any section of your program – climbs, flats, inclines and sprints.
Incorporating Intuitive Class Monitoring using the Training Zone™ Performance View – view a Fully Customised Summary Power View in %FTP, WATT, SEPs. Cadence View – RPM, SEPs. Heart Rate View - %MAX HR, BPM, SEPs
Create a fully customised Personal User Profile – Picture, Gender, Age, Weight, FTP, LTHR, Privacy settings and much more… Discover a live Group Riding Experience - Motivate Members, Stick with the group. You can track your training session history and find a detailed sessions analysis.
Because “Good isn’t enough”.
ETA December 2018