Kettler Spinning Bikes
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- Kettler (Heinz Kettler GmbH & Co. KG) is a German company based in Ense-Parsit. The company produces bicycles, riding toys, leisure gear, patio furniture and exercise equipment.
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- (bike) bicycle: ride a bicycle
- (bike) motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
- (bike) bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
kettler spinning bikes – Kettler Race
A synthesis of an outdoor road cycle and an indoor training bike, the Kettler Race is designed for people who take their cycling seriously. The Race is equipped with a 39-pound weighted flywheel that builds speed just like an outdoor bike, along with a friction-free magnetic braking system that produces extremely high resistance. As a result, you can challenge yourself at every turn, whether you’re trying to simulate a fast time trial or a tough hill climb. The LCD training computer, meanwhile, makes it easy to track your time, speed, distance, and more. And to put you in the proper training position, the Race includes vertically and horizontally adjustable triathlon handlebars. You can also adjust the handlebars to put you in an upright, relaxed seat position.
Other features include combi-clip SPD pedals, an adjustable racing saddle, an optical and acoustical alarm that goes off when you reach your upper pulse limit, a target-zone training function, a silent grooved belt drive with a protective coating, an independent battery-powered motor, and transport wheels for easy portability.
kettler spinning bikes
Ever dreamed of cycling through the German Black Forest? Sprinting down the Champs Elysees? Or climbing the Italian Alps? With the Plus X-award-winning Kettler World Tours 1.0 software, you can do that and a lot more without leaving the comfort of home. Powered by Microsoft Bing Maps 3D, World Tours 1.0 puts you in the middle of the most challenging courses in the world. You have several options when using World Tours 1.0: you can select a course from across the world, giving you a fresh, compelling challenge while working out, or you can enter GPS data and simulate the actual course for your upcoming marathon or bike race. Each map displays in true 3D, with innovative GPS satellite technology showing you landmarks and points of interest from Tokyo, Stuttgart, Piccadilly Circus, and other locations across the globe. To make things even more interesting, you can also compete against a previous training session or other software users.
World Tours 1.0 works with you from the start, asking you to input a training profile and offering both standardized level tests and fitness tests. It also offers clear exertion graphs during every exercise, so you know when to slow down or speed up. Compatible with the Kettler Ergo Race, X1, and RX7 models, World Tours 1.0 comes with a program DVD, a four-key control unit, a USB serial adapter, a 3-meter USB cable, and instructions.
Pentium IV 1600 MHz minimum (2800 MHz recommended)
1024 MB RAM memory
3D graphics card with OpenGL 1.3 and Microsoft DirectX 9 with minimum 128 MB RAM
GeForce 5 nVidia or Radeon ATI graphics card
DVD drive (double layer)
Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Vista, or 7 operating system
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, Windows Internet Explorer 7, or Windows Internet Explorer 8 browser
1024 x 768 minimum screen resolution
7 GB hard disc storage space
Broadband Internet connection from DSL 1000