ubk835h Ergonomic Upright Handlebars

Over-molded style adds comfort and durability while offering dual heart rate contacts and three ergonomic riding positions: upright, cruising and road.

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rbk835h Console Close-Up

The P30 console features easy-to-use motion controls and uses a LED-based console that focuses on the essential fitness stats that keep users moving.

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rbk835h K.O.P.S Biomechanics

Designed to K.O.P.S. biomechanics (Knee Over Pedal Spindle) for comfort and proper form.

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rbk835h Step-through design for easy entry and exit

The RBK 835 features a step-through design with a very low step-over height (4 inches; 10 cm) so you can enter and exit easily.

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rbk835h Dual-Sided Pedals

Dual-sided pedals can be used without the pedal straps. The extra-wide pedal comfortably accommodates feet of all sizes.

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rbk835h Simple Seat Adjustment

The simple seat adjustment allows the user to change the position of the seat with one hand, either on or off the bike.

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amt835h Dual-plane Resistance

A patented low-impact system applies resistance to both horizontal and vertical planes of motion, adding another dimension to your workout and increasing your caloric burn compared to other fitness machines.

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Touch and telemetry heart rate monitoring with Smart Rate® instantly analyze your heart rate when you enter your age and weight. Smart Rate helps you stay in your fat burn, cardio or peak target zone for a more efficient cardio and weight-loss workout.

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amt835h Stride Dial™

The pendulum-like swing of the Stride Dial™ helps you see your stride length to determine the muscle groups you are working out. As you change your stride length, the Stride Dial changes with you.

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amt835h Adaptive Motion

The award-winning Precor Adaptive Motion Trainer adapts to your movements on-the-fly, so you can instantly move from deep lunges similar to stair climbing, to short strides similar to walking, to mid-range strides that equate to jogging and then to long strides like low-impact running.

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