Exercise bike Sportop U80
The Sportop U80 has Everything you Need, Packed Perfectly into this Neat, Space Saving, Upright Exercise Bike
A complete cardio unit with a 6kg flywheel and 16 levels of magnetic resistance, reach your fitness goals anywhere you set up the bike. Featuring an android tablet touch screen display, it couples quality with value for money.
Tablet TFT Touch Panel Display
Stay connected and entertained with the 7″ Android Tablet TFT Touch Panel Display, use one of the 12 inbuilt programs and functions or choose from android apps like Netflix, Spotify, Google and Youtube. The touchscreen is completely integrated with inbuilt speakers, USB charging and pocket for your phone. Requires WIFI connection.
With a quick start button, water bottle holder and foot straps, Sportop have really refined what riders want into an amazing unit weighing less than 40kg. Front mounted transport wheels make it easy to move around.
Heart Rate Monitor
Monitor your heartrate with the in built cardio grips on the interior handlebars, or connect a polar heart monitor. Track your fitness and stay in your target zone.
Polar chest strap sold separately*
A Quality Ride
Built from sturdy materials this exercise bike is compact and stylish, with the durability and reliability you expect from Sportop. Racing style handles and fully adjustable seat make riding easy for all styles, fitness levels and sizes.
|USAGE||Light Commercial and Domestic|
Blue and White Decals
|CRANK||3 Piece Crank|
|PEDALS||Gripped Pedals with Adjustable Foot Straps|
|SEAT ADJUSTMENT||Pull Pin Height Adjustment
Fore and Aft Seat Adjustment
|RESISTANCE||16 Levels of Resistance
Silent Magnetic Resistance
|PORTABILITY||2 x Front Transport Wheels|
|CONSOLE||Integrated Tablet – TFT Touch Panel Display
12 Onboard Workouts
5 User Profiles
|PULSE||Pulse Hand Grips
Built-in Polar 5.4KHZ Receiver
|OTHER FEATURES||Phone Pocket
|MAX USER WEIGHT||100kg|
|DIMENSIONS||117 (L) x 54.5 (W) x 139 (H )cm – 39kg|
|WARRANTY||2 Years on Structural Frame (excludes paint)
1 Year on Electronics, Parts and Labour