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3-in-1 Folding Upright Bike for Indoor Exercise

$248.99

Introductions:
Have regular physical training is good for both health and bodybuilding! You may be wildered about various training appliance. Take it easy here! Our 3-in-1 Exercise Bike may greatly satisfy you! It is in delicate design integrating premium material and ergonomic treatment, well fit for your physical structure. This exercise bike can switch from upright/semi-recumbent/recumbent type of exercise bike, save you a lot of money and living spaces. Thanks to its sophisticated design, this exercise bike will provide you with unexpected enjoyment during exercise. How can you miss it out?

Features:
1. Premium 3-in-1 ways to switch upright/semi-recumbent/recumbent type
2. It has resistance bands both for arm and leg, You can have stretching exercises after cycling workout
3. Comfortable seat with high backerst
4. Hand pulse handle with pre-assembled exercise monitor
5. High-end curved crank arm with anti-slip pedal with soft shoe strap makes the pedaling training safe
6. 8 level magnetic resistance

Specifications:
1. Material: Plastic & ABS & Steel
2. Color: Black
3. Dimensionss: (30.7 x 5.5 x 45.7)" / (78 x 41 x 116)cm (L x W x H)
4. Weight: 45.2lbs / 20.5kg
5. Weight Capacity: 260lbs / 117.93kg
6. Magnetic Resistance Level: 8
7. Foldable: Yes
8. Hand Pulse: Yes
9. Model: CF-917FM
10. Suitable for: Home Use

Package Includes:
1 x Folding Exercise Bike

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