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York C102 Cycle


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  • 8 levels of magnetic resistance
  • Hand pulse sensors
  • 5 workout programs including 1 manual, 4 target
  • Computer LCD: Distance, Time, Speed, Calories, Pulse, RPM, Target Heart Rate Alarm
  • Height adjustable seat
  • Built in fitness test
  • 125kg max user weight
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 29 Kg
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  • Item model number: 53013
  • ASIN: B000WZNV7C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Oct 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 53,661 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Manufacturer's Description

For those who want a bit more feedback on their workout, ergonomically shaped hand pulse sensors and a target heart rate alarm are standard features on the c102. The quick ‘pull-pin’ adjustable seat and multi-position handlebars mean it’s easy to set-up to individual requirements, and you can track your improving fitness levels with the built in Fitness Test.

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For those who want a bit more feedback on their workout, ergonomically shaped hand pulse sensors and a target heart rate alarm are standard features on the C102. Keeping track of your progress will allow you to enhance your workout and continuously challenge yourself. The quick 'pull-pin' adjustable seat and multi-position handlebars mean it's easy to set-up to individual requirements, and you can track your improving fitness levels with the built in Fitness Test. *Resistance Type: Manual Magnetic*Resistance Levels: 8*Crank: 1 piece*Seat: Standard*User Profiles: -*Total Workout Programs: 5*Max User Weight: 125kg

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117 of 118 people found the following review helpful By C. R. Lowis on 11 Nov 2008
I bought this 7 months ago - I chose this model over the C101 because at the time I weighed nearly 18 stone, and this had a higher weight rating. I now weigh 12 and a half stone, and while this feat isn't wholly down to the bike it has certainly played a central part.
Every day I use it for half an hour in the morning, and the same in the evening - the pulse sensor telling me how fast I should go to lose weight and not to push myself too hard.
It feels as good now as it did when I assembled it - and has been reliable - which is more than I can say for the V-fit rower I also bought which I've now replaced twice, and shall be ditching in favour of a concept2 when I've saved the money.
I couldn't be more pleased with this bike!
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By EL on 27 July 2009
This cycle is easy to assemble. The seat is comfortable. The computer screen is a good size and very clear and easy to use. The different tensions are easy to adjust, and, unlike some home cycles, are challenging enough i.e. it really does feel like you are cycling up a hill!
There is a holder where you could put a magazine to read above the handle bars (I assume that's what it's for!)
There are wheels on the front, which makes moving it much easier. And perhaps the best thing about it, is how quiet it is.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jarod R. Carruthers on 1 Feb 2009
Have been using this unit daily (45-60 mins) and have found it easy to use and reliable.
The seat is ok, not the most comfortable but I have not found an exercise bike that has had a comfortable seat.
It is good that the display is large and easy to read.
Was easy to set up thanks to the clear and easy to follow instuctions.
The floor stand's are not the most even (have tried adjusting the black plastic feet but that is not a big problem..doesnt wobble that much.
The unit was delivered quickly.
I am a runner and have found this a good unit to train on during the winter months in Scotland where it is too dangerous to run on the icy evenings!
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By E. Seal on 26 Dec 2009
The bike was very easy to assemble following the clear instructions and I was pedalling away within the hour although I would not have been strong enough to do it by myself - I am a 62 year old woman and some of the sections are very heavy.
It has all the features that I was looking for - pulse monitor, pre-set programmes, speed, timer and calories counters etc. and the display is very clear to read as you are working out. The seat is adjustable and fairly comfortable (I'm not used to sitting on a bike seat!) The resistance is also very easy to adjust as you are pedalling.
The only poor part of the design is the 'magazine rack' which I can't get to hold a magazine or any other reading material.
I am new to using exercise equipment of any kind and this has been a perfect introduction. However, there are many more settings that I haven't yet explored, so I imagine it would also be excellent for those who are into more advanced exercising. I would therefore highly recommend it for a wide range of users.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By G Brown on 14 Aug 2012
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I've had this exercise bike for about 18 months and have used it regularly. As an exercise bike, it's a tried and tested design but unfortunately I've found it unreliable in a few respects.
First the positives. It's relatively easy to put together and all the necessary tools are supplied (one spanner and an allen key). It took me about 30 minutes to get it up and running. It has a useful 'computer' which displays speed/pedalling rate, distance, calories burned and time. Heart rate is displayed if you grip the metal contacts on the handlebars though it takes a minute or so to settle. The saddle is comfortable and the handlebars are well designed and comfortable to grip. Good adjustment capacity on seat height means it has been easy to get a comfortable position. You increase resistance to make pedalling harder simply by turning a knob just below the handlebars that moves a magnetic bar closer to the flywheel. It WAS nice and quiet in use (but see below) and I've enjoyed using it. It's quite stable and doesn't take up much space.

The negatives: I had to return the first one as it stopped working after only two days. Amazon quickly organised collection and a replacement although having to spend another hour taking it apart, packing it and assembling the new one was a bit irritating. The 'computer' isn't terribly useful if you want to accurately log things like calories and distance because these seem not to change in line with faster and slower pedalling. The time and pedal revolutions as well as heart rate monitor do seem accurate though.
After a couple of months, I began to hear annoying rattling and vibrating sounds though it was difficult to locate exactly what the cause was. I ended up removing the moulded plastic panels from the sides and the rattling stopped... for a while.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Hj Lazarus on 6 April 2009
Does what it says on the can. Easy to build. Easy to use. Great range of tensions. Computer is easy to use and read. Really good bike that has the look and feel of a bike at the gym.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. K. Reed on 16 Oct 2009
Brilliant Cycle - sturdy - easy to assemble - smart looking - a lot of exercise bike for your money. Even my husband who knows a thing or too about bikes was impressed with the quality for the price. If you are looking to exercise in the privacy of your own home this bike if just the job.
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