Before You Ride
LEVELERS: Place the cycle on a level area, if at all possible. If the cycle needs leveling, turn the levelers clockwise or counterclockwise until the base is stable and does not rock.
ADJUSTMENT KNOBS: All four adjustment levers function the same way. Turn the knob clockwise to tighten and counterclockwise to loosen.
SEAT: The pitch of the saddle can be adjusted to accommodate all users. Loosen the horizontal bolt under the seat to adjust the pitch, then retighten.
Learn more about adjusting your bike for proper fit here.
Learn more about how to transport your bike here.
Resistance and Belt Tension Adjustments
RESISTANCE ADJUSTMENT: Resistance can be adjusted easily at any time while riding to change the intensity of workout. Turn the knob clockwise (+) to increase resistance. Turn the knob counterclockwise (-) to decrease resistance.
BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT: The belt tension had been set before shipping. It should not need to be adjusted when first using. However, you may need to make the minor tension adjustment over time.
Note: Make sure you adjust both side equally, either tighten or loosen the belt tension so that the flywheel keep in alignment with the frame.
How to Adjust the Belt Tension
Remove the two Guard (top) Covers (47) on the Guard (top, 46). Remove the four Screws (#50) and two Screws (#51). Remove the Guard (top, 46).
Remove the seven Screws (#50) and remove the Right Guard (44).
Use L-type wrench (B) to loosen two Hex Screws (#55) with two turns counterclockwise.
Use L-type wrench (B) to adjust the Screw (#17). Turn counter-clockwise to loosen belt. Turn clockwise to tighten belt. Then adjust the belt. Tighten the two Hex Screws (#55) clockwise.
Turn the crank to see if belt runs smoothly. You can also try riding the bike to test the belt tension. If there is still a problem, repeat Step Four until the belt is at correct tension.
Put the Right Guard (44) back on and re-tighten the Screws (#50). Put the Guard (top, 46) back on and re-tighten the four Screws (#50) and two Screws (#51).
Using the Emergency Brake
In case of emergency or before dismounting the indoor cycle, press down directly on the resistance knob to stop the flywheel and pedal.