Ultrasport Home Trainer F-Bike / F-Bike Heavy with Hand Pulse Sensor / F-Bike Work with Work Station - Folding
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- Folding bike home trainer with eight two-way ball bearings, quick and easy to set up
- The cardiovascular system gets a boost, muscle building with the help of eight resistance levels
- LCD display with computer function: time, scan, calories, speed, distance and pulse
- Maximum user weight capacity is 100 kg
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The Ultrasport F-bike exercise bikes are the ideal solution for those who want to workout moderately. They are equipped with hand sensors to help you keep fit in your own home by constantly checking your circulation. Get motivationally noticeable results with the foldable workout bikes from Ultrasport, they help you to persevere and continually do something good for your body.
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The Ultrasport F-Bike and F-Bike Heavy Home Trainers with Hand Pulse Sensors
Fitness training at home
The Ultrasport F-Bike home trainer is ideal for people who want to build up their training gradually. It has a hand pulse sensor, which means you can stay in shape within your own four walls. Training with the Ultrasport home trainer motivates you to persevere and do something good for your body with noticeable successes.
A comparison of the Ultrasport F-Bike and F-Bike Heavy home trainers
The new F-Bike Heavy model has a practical cell phone holder in the handlebar. There is also a towel holder attached to the height-adjustable saddle. The F-Bike Heavy model has a maximum user weight of up to approximately 286 lbs (130 kg).
Balanced Whole-Body Training
Anyone who hasn't trained for a while can easily select a lower resistance level. The training is not only good for the leg muscles, but also exercises the back and shoulder areas. Exercising regularly can also strengthen the cardiovascular system and increase lung capacity. The Ultrasport home trainer is also ideal for healthy endurance training.
Good for the body and gentle on the joints
Cycling is healthy for the body and soul, and is one of the most popular sports to build fitness and stamina. It helps to increase endurance in the long term, is gentle on the joints and lets you determine the speed so that you do not overexert yourself. The training sessions can be completed at any time, and the difficulty can be easily and individually adjusted with the various resistance settings on the home trainer. This means that the circulatory system is strengthened gradually, and the metabolism is stimulated. Thanks to the adjustable difficulty levels, both beginners and pros can train on the same equipment, and just have to put the comfortable height-adjustable saddle in the right position before they start working out.
Simple set up and easy stowing
A big advantage of training with the Ultrasport F-Bike home trainer is that the bike can be easily folded together, and stored away after a workout. The compact size means that it is a space-saver even when set up, and can be easily stored anywhere thanks to the clever folding mechanism. The equipment is set up in no time, meaning that there is no lengthy preparation before your training, and you can train whenever you like. The home trainer is also very easy to set up, meaning you can get going quickly.
Train individually with the Ultrasport home trainer
There is a hand pulse sensor on the handlebar, which is very useful for successful training. During training the Ultrasport F-Bike home trainer measures your pulse, and shows the current values on the LCD display. This means you can always see how hard you are pushing your body, and decide whether the current training is as intense as you would like. As well as this, the training computer also gives you information about the duration of training, calories burned, distance covered, and speed.
|F-Bike||F-Bike Heavy||F-Bike 150||F-Bike 200B|
|Max. user weight:||approx. 220 lbs (100 kg)||approx. 286 lbs (130 kg)||approx. 220 lbs (100 kg)||approx. 220 lbs (100 kg)|
|Resistance level/ Type||8 steps manual / magnet||8 steps manual / magnet||8 steps manual / magnet||8 steps manual / magnet|
|Computer Functions||time / scan / calories / speed / distance / pulse||time / scan / calories / speed / distance / pulse||time / scan / calories / speed / distance / pulse||time / scan / calories / speed / distance / pulse|
|Mobile phone / MP3 Player fitting||No||Yes||No||No|
|F-bike multimedia fitting||Yes (retrofittable)||Yes (retrofittable)||Yes (retrofittable)||Yes (retrofittable)|
|F-Bike Workstation Kit||Yes (retrofittable)||Yes (retrofittable)||Yes (retrofittable)||Yes (retrofittable)|
|F-Bike Gel Saddle Cover||Model 1 (retrofittable)||Model 2 (retrofittable)||Model 2 (retrofittable)||Model 2 (retrofittable)|
|Dimensions (set up)||approx. 32 x 17 x 44 in (80.5 x 43.5 x 112 cm)||approx. 33 x 19 x 44 in (85 x 47 x 113 cm)||approx. 31 x 18 x 48 in (80 x 45 x 121 cm)||approx. 37 x 18 x 48 in (95 x 45 x 121 cm)|
|Dimensions (folded together) / weight||approx. 18 x 19 x 52 in (45 x 47 x 132.5 cm) / approx. 40 lbs (18 kg)||approx. 20 x 19 x 52 in (50 x 47 x 132.5 cm) / approx. 40 lbs (18 kg)||approx. 12 x 19 x 56 in (30 x 45 x 142 cm) / approx. 40 lbs (18 kg)||approx. 14 x 18 x 56 in (36 x 45 x 142 cm) / approx. 44 lbs (20 kg)|
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Top Customer Reviews
The summer of 2010 saw me in my mid-twenties, watching the world cup and enjoying the deals on beer, pizza and coke. For the first time in my life I put on weight. My god-given right to not exercise, eat anything I want and stay slim and looking good had been rescinded. A year later and a whole 2inces on my waist, I decided it was time to get some regular exercise, hence the f-bike. Bought for £90 and bought because it had the best reviews.
--------------------Who is the `Ultra fit' f-bike for?
Well oddly it's definitely not for the Ultra fit. Even on the hardest setting it is unlikely to give the ultra-fit an adequate workout in a reasonable amount of time.
The f-bike is for people who are fit and want to stay that way or for people who are unfit and want to get fit.
--------------------Will its size suit all?
Nope... it seems that the bike is aimed at the tall to average and would not be suitable for people who are short. On its smallest setting my lover who is 5.4 sayys that she can't go at full speed as she is too short. I note another reviewer had to drill another hole to make it suit her size better.
Is 100 kg; that's 15st 10.5lb
--------------------How quiet is the f-bike:
It's not totally totally silent, as when you're on it you can hear a whisper of the belt but it is quiet enough that others can watch TV, while I use it in the same room, the neighbours are totally unaware it exists and I can use it late at night without anyone hearing it. When in normal use it make no vibrations to the ground so is fine for use in any flat... even with Mrs Knock Knock downstairs.Read more ›
It is surprisingly solidly constructed, and feels quite expensive, apart from the seat which is just awful- get a cushion or padded shorts.
The computer is pretty good, and gives you info on: pulse, speed, calories burnt, distance covered and time spent cycling. While much of this information is fairly arbitrary (calories burned do seem suspiciously high), it does allow you to track your progress day by day, and also to ensure that your routine is useful (the heart-rate monitor especially).
I paid £90ish for this piece of equipment and am extremely happy with it. However much I would like to, I will go running only rarely in midwinter, and the bike has allowed me to get about three hours of exercise a week without having to punish myself (apart from the seat of course). While the resistance is not massive, it is easily enough to allow me raise my heart rate to 60%-70% of its maximum without having to pedal madly, although the bike is solid enough to allow me to do this too if necessary.
It folds up as much as can be expected, and occupies a space of no more than 50cm x 50cm x 125cm in the corner of the room when not in use. It's pretty heavy, but can be moved from room to room at a push.
I'm 36, male, with two kids and a busy life, and am about forty pounds above my ideal weight. This bike cost next to nothing, and allows me to exercise regularly, in the comfort of my own home, whenever I have a free 30 minutes. I've lost about six pounds in the two weeks since it arrived. Obviously I can't speak for the longevity of the bike (or my enthusiasm), but at the moment it's a great buy.
The bike is easy to fold/unfold: a procedure that requires the removal/insertion of a locking pin - take the pin out, position the bike to be either open or closed, reinsert the pin to hold it in place. It's that easy. The bike is small - it doesn't take up much storage space, and is lightweight enough that it's easy to move around. Despite its small form, this does feel reassuringly sturdy.
The bike is incredibly quiet - whispering away at all tension settings when in use. I tend to watch TV shows while using my exercise bike and don't find I need to adjust the volume at all to compensate for bike noises!
Tension-wise, this isn't the most impressive: even at the highest level of tension, I find this very easy to use (as opposed to my old, York, bike - which, at the highest setting was murder on my legs). The trip computer puts itself into standby mode after a few minutes of disuse and doesn't save data from one session to another when it wakes. Thus, you can't do multiple sessions in one day and simply use the bike's display to keep track of the cumulative total of e.g. distance travelled/ calories burned. The saddle isn't nice - but then neither was the one on my old bike, and that had a much higher RRP.
As others have commented, this bike is a bit problematic for shorter users. I'm 5'5" and have not been graced with particularly long legs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brill bike! People say that the resistance isn't as good but as you push along you can really feel it working! Fits nice and snug into the corner of my living room. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Charlotte
Simple to put together and appears quite sturdy. I have only just started to use it but the various settings will, in time, save me getting wet, blown about and honked at as... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Sharpdick
Perfect for those looking to start getting fit and haven't been active for a long period. The resistance levels are easy to use and you can feel the difference in each level.Published 5 days ago by Ms. D. Page
Excellent exercise bike. Bought it with a gel saddle cover as recommended by someone and it is perfect for me.Published 8 days ago by Elizabeth
Very Cheap, very sturdy, very easy to put together, neat and tidy. Delivery came following day. I'm 5ft and it fits perfectly! Read more
Really happy with the build quality and straight forward to assemble. Like some of the other reviews I read before buying it - its a great exercise bike for getting fit / staying... Read morePublished 9 days ago by SimonC
Top marks as the quality is excellent, easy to put together and practical indeed! Highly recommended, good price and easy to store!Published 10 days ago by YOSO