- Lightweight construction
- Small footprint
- Folding design for easy storage
- Smooth 6kg flywheel
- 16 levels of resistance
PORTABLE AND LIGHTWEIGHT
The BodyMax FXB30 Bike was built specifically to meet the needs of small spaces. With the innovative folding system Lexpa bike can be stored almost anywhere - in a cupboard, under the bed, behind the drawer or in the corner of the room without taking too much space. Thanks to the lightweight construction it can be easily carried around and transported. The bike weighs 23.5kg and measures 116 x 68 x 122cm when open and only 68 x 68 x 152cm when folded for storage.
The 6kg flywheel ensures smooth operation while the double rail design makes the upright bike sturdy during cycling sessions. Wide feet design stabilises the bike and the rubber ends protect the floor from scratches and prevent the bike from moving. This upright cycle can withhold up to 120kg of maximum user weight!
The LCD monitor is simple to use and will keep you updated during your workout sessions displaying all essential data - time, calories, speed and distance.
The BodyMax FXB30 Exercise Bike comes with 16 levels of adjustable resistance to meet the needs of every type of user. Whether you prefer to train in intervals, on one resistance level or adjust it manually as you go, the FXB30 has got you covered!
INTEGRATED RESISTANCE BANDS
The frame-mounted resistance bands were designed to engage muscle groups in your upper body during your cycling sessions so that you can gain all benefits of a full body workout.
The bike incorporates padded seat and back rest to provide maximum support and comfort during your workouts. The use of the back rest is optional so that you can exclude it in your more dynamic sessions.
Thanks to its simplistic, well-thought out design the FXB30 is easy to assemble by any user!
Warranty conditions for BodyMax FXB30 Exercise Bike - Black/Red
For further information on the warranty, please refer to the manufacturer's terms of warranty. The manufacturer's warranty is an extra service and does not affect your statutory rights.