You can experience commercial quality within your home with our EXC-100's tubular steel frame. With increased stability and strength, you can power through tough training sessions. The high-strength steel minimises wobble, keeping the bike sturdy during hard sprints.
Our Variable Automatic Resistance system on our EXC-100 uses a high-quality electric motor that allows you to make swift resistance changes and take control over the intensity of your workout.
- With VAR, you’ll be able to:
- Run in-built preset programs such as HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training)
- Change resistance at the push of a button.
- Make Your Own: Set your own workout without having to constantly change resistance
Our heavy-duty magnetic flywheels are appropriately weighted for optimum
inertia, great for consistent tension and resistance during all types of workouts.
The large high-brightness LCD display relays your workout progress with 8 helpful measurements of time, speed, distance, watts, RPM, calories, pulse, and Program Intensity Chart.
With adjustable saddle positions and handlebar, you’ll find a comfortable riding position no matter your size. Simply adjust your seat height and distance via the pin lock.
Our wide seat design and thick cushioning give you extra comfort throughout those long workouts. Our comfortable sports saddle can be angle adjusted and is interchangeable with other compatible bike seats.
Our EXC-100 belt drivetrain is durable, virtually silent, and offers smooth consistent pedaling. Place your tablet, iPad, iPhone, or device on the built-in stand and play your favourite tunes through the high-quality speaker connection via the MP3 AUX 3.5mm Jack.
Increase pedaling efficiency and improve power transfer with our strap pedals. High grip and easily adjustable straps to secure your footing during workouts.
With 12 dynamic and effective programs, it’s so easy to get the personal trainer experience and reach your maximum performance right at home. Our programs will guide you on your workout and will handle all interval resistance changes with the VAR system