A High Grade Commercial Standard machine from the Life Fitness 90 Series of Cycles. The Re-manufactured Life Fitness 95Ri bike provides 26 motivating workout programmes and a premium, upper- and lower-level console with a numeric keypad. Built-in, digital heart rate hand sensors automatically control resistance levels to keep users in their target heart.
- Seat: Deluxe back support and seat.
- Pedals: 11 Wide Ride™ pedal adjustments.
- Console: Dual-level alphamuneric LED consoles.
- Heart Rate Monitoring: Lifepulse™ hand sensors and Polar telemetry.
- Programs: 29 workouts, including 5 Zone Training+™ workouts and Air Force PRT and Fit Test protocols.
- Accessories: Integrated reading rack and accessory tray.
- Power: Self-powered; optional plug-in accessory.
- Dimensions: 54" L x 26" W x 51" H
- Unit Weight: 134lbs
- User weight: 400lbs
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