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Schwinn A10 Upright Bike

SchwinnŽ upright bikes offer an outdoor bike feel in a compact design. This lets you use core, stabilizing muscles to balance your body weight in a familiar cycling position. With easy to use features, simple assembly, and a unique console designed with you in mind, the SchwinnŽ A10 is a great value for your cardio needs.

Schwinn A10 Upright Bike Specifications

Performance Features

Resistance Levels 8
Resistance System Quiet magnetic ECB (Eddy Current Brake) resistance
Number of Programs 6
Workout Programs 1 Manual/Quickstart, 6 profile
Heart Rate Monitor Contact heart rate sensors built into console

Display Features

Display Type Multi-function LCD
Display Readout Time, RPM, Distance, Pulse, Speed, Calories, Resistance Level, Course Profile

Integrated Features

Reading Rack Yes
Water Bottle Holder Yes
Fan Yes
Rear Stabilizers/Frame Levelers Yes
Transport Wheels Yes
Adjustable Handlebars Yes
Switchable From Miles To KM Yes
Fore/Aft Seat Adjustment Yes
Oversized Deluxe Pedals No
Oversized Saddle No

Specs & Warranty

Product Dimensions 27.5" L x 16.5" W x 47.5" H (67 x 42 x 121 cm)
Machine Weight 54.7 lbs (24.8 kg)
Maximum User Weight 275 lbs (125 kg)
Power Requirements Battery operated, optional AC adapter accessory

Warranty

Frame: 2 years, Parts: 6 months, Electronics: 6 months, Wear Parts: 30 days

Schwinn A10 Upright Bike Features

A10 Comfort features

  • Ergonomic pedal design for efficient and comfortable pedaling
  • Unique console design with integrated fan and control buttons
  • Adjustable seat and handlebars for the perfect fit

A10 Performance features

  • Perimeter weighted flywheel for a true road feel, and smooth, consistent workouts
  • Fast and reliable electromagnetic resistance system
  • Oversized stabilizers and levelers for a solid workout platform

A10 Feedback features

  • 8 resistance levels
  • 6 fitness metrics, including Calories, Heart Rate, Speed, RPM, Time, and Distance
  • Integrated grip heart rate system for easy fitness monitoring