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Spirit Fitness Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike
Spirit Fitness Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike
Spirit Fitness Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike
Spirit Fitness Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike
Spirit Fitness Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike
Spirit Fitness Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike
Spirit Fitness Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike
Spirit Fitness Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike

Spirit Fitness XBR25 Recumbent Bike

Brand: Spirit Fitness
C$1,999.00

In stock

The Spirit Fitness XBR25 is an entry level recumbent Bike that features a bright LCD screen, adjustable console angle, cooling fan, and mesh back seat. This unit also offers six programs with extensive console feedback....Read more

*Only Available at The Barrie Location*

Our entry-level XBR25 recumbent Bike is packed full of features at an attractive price.

  • 7.5" Bright Blue Backlit LCD Screen
  • Adjustable, Cooling Mesh Back Seat
  • Hand Pulse Grips & Wireless HR Monitoring
  • 20 lbs Flywheel with 20 Resistance Levels

Specifications

Console 7.5" Blue Backlit LCD, Tablet Friendly Reading Rack, Adjustable Console Angle
Console Feedback RPM, Calories, Time, Distance, Pulse, Level, Segment Time, Program name, Watts, and Laps
Programs 6 Programs: Manual, Hill, Fat Burn, Cardio, Strength, Interval
Heart Rate Hand Pulse Grips & Telemetric (Heart Rate Strap Not Included)
Bluetooth
N/A
Resistance 20 Levels, Electronically-Controlled Magnetic Brake
Drive Train 8-Groove Poly-V Belt w/Self-Tensioner
Power Plug-In
Flywheel 20 lbs., Steel
Seat High density foam w/ Mesh Back
Adjustments Lever for Fore/Aft Seat
Crank 3-Piece, Cold-Forged Steel, Case-Hardened Axle & Commercial-Grade Sealed Bearings
Frame Commercial-Grade Structural Steel w/ Durable Powder-Coat Paint
Unique Features Walk-Thru Design, Nylon Mesh Seat back, Swivel Fan
Dimensions 57 X 30 X 50 in
Product Weight 132 lbs
Maximum User Weight

350 lbs

Residential Warranty

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