The new Diamondback 910Sr recumbent exercise bike features a step-through frame for easy on/off access, and has a built-in Media Center to charge an iPad, iPhone, or iPod while you workout.
The console has a bright blue LCD window for feedback, a micro-pixel scrolling message center, and Quickset keys for one-touch program or resistance selection. The readouts show total time, segment time, watts, distance, calories, RPM, speed, resistance level, and heart rate.
The Diamondback 910Sr recumbent exercise bike features:
The Diamondback 910Sr recumbent offers such comfort features as a headphone jack, built-in speaker system, multi-speed cooling fan, and foldout magazine rack. A water bottle and holder are also included with the exercise bike. On top of the console is the Media Bay which is compatible with an iPod, iPhone, or iPad. Inside the bay door is a USB power port and 30-pin Apple connector for charging. (Note: the connector cord that goes between the device output and the input port is not included.)
The frictionless eddy current brake system delivers smooth, quiet pedaling performance, the console tilts for better viewing angles and the armrests are cushioned for added comfort. The extra wide Comfort-Plus seats have molded mesh backrests for lumbar support.
For workouts, you get 35 pre-set programs including heart rate control and fitness test plus 32 levels of resistance that provide smooth transitions between intensity.
The 910Sr is very similar to the upright version, the 910Ub, so if you might want to take a look at that model as well while you are making a decision.
Reviews by consumers note that this 64" long recumbent is longer than most models so don’t consider it a compact unit. On the plus side, that added length gives this 152-lb frame more of a solid base for a sturdy feel. At $999, the Diamondback 910Sr recumbent exercise bike is a very good machine at a reasonable price.