GO Bike 50
The GO Bike 50 is the mid-range bike. It has 15 programmes in total including 6 pre-set programmes.
The GO Bike 50 is the mid-range bike. It has 15 programmes in total including 6 pre-set programmes. It has 32 levels of resistance and uses a 9V adapter. Like the other models in the range is has a 6Kg fly wheel and can accommodate users up to 135Kg.
|Brake system||Manual, Permanent magnet system|
|Flywheel weight / Rotating mass||6kg / 11kg|
|Resistance||250W / 60rpm / 400W-100rpm|
|Power supply||Adapter (9V-DC - 0.5Amp).|
|Foot pedals||Open Grip|
|Length( cm-inch )||106 cm - 41.73 inch|
|Width( cm-inch )||143 cm - 56.30 inch|
|Height( cm-inch )||143 cm - 56.30 inch|
|Packaging ( LxBxH Gew. )||108x25.5x61 cm / 39.5kg|
|Maximum user weight||135 kg / 300 lbs|
Exercise bikes can provide an excellent workout. Although cycling indoors might seem boring, exercise bikes allow you to concentrate on your workout while freeing you from concerns about weather, potholes or being knocked off by cars.
If you're looking for a simple piece of exercise equipment you can use without preparation at any time, consider an exercise bike. These machines give your legs a workout, improve your general cardiovascular fitness, and help boost weight loss. Your leg muscles are the largest in your body, so exercising them will improve your performance across a variety of disciplines - including walking and running.
A few sessions a week is fine, (start slowly) with a gentle warm up. Increasing the resistance and time every few weeks, will make your heart stronger and you'll be able to walk or run for longer distances, without getting out of breath.
Always wear loose fitting light clothing, start slowly (little and often is best), be sure to keep well hydrated and set yourself targets and keep a record. Warm down with some slow pedalling after each session.