The Diamondback 510Ub upright exercise bike is compact, sturdy, well built, and will provide for years of indoor exercise that is easy on the joints. It delivers a lot of value for an affordable price.
The LCD display has a bright blue LCD window delivering real-time feedback on stats, a heart rate graph bar, matrix display, and has a scrolling message center to guide you through setting up a program. The readouts include segment time, total time, watts, distance, calories, RPM, speed, heart rate, and resistance. The QuickSet program keys allow for one-touch entry for any of the 20 programs including Target Heart Rate workouts.
The Diamondback 510Ub upright exercise bike features:
The Diamondback 510Ub upright bike features a high-tensile steel frame painted with a industrial©\grade, powder paint coating, and the molded plastic console contains chemical resistant ABS and PVC. The eddy current brake system, belt drive, and 14-lb flywheel offer a smooth, quiet ride throughout the 16 increment levels of resistance.
The padded foam saddle is adjustable up/down and fore/aft, and the handlebars adjust to multiple positions so you can pedal while sitting upright or get down in a racer-style stance.
The Diamondback 510Ub console tilts for a customized fit for easy viewing at any angle. For entertainment, there is an input jack for an MP3 player, a headphone jack, and built-in integrated speakers.
You can also take a look at the 510Sr, which is basically the same bike in a recumbent version if that is something you are considering.
The Diamondback 510Ub upright exercise bike has a light 90-lb frame making is somewhat moveable, yet is sturdy enough to hold a user up to 300 lbs.
Priced at $699 and backed by a decent 3-year parts warranty with 1-year in-home service, this model packs a lot of value. We predict it will be another winner for Diamondback Fitness.
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