Never miss a workout with CycleOps' 400 Pro Indoor Cycle. Four points of adjustment easily duplicate the fit of your outdoor bike for maximum ergonomics, comfort and efficiency, seamlessly transferring your hard work to the outdoors. The super-stable 100%-steel construction and leveling feet allow you to sprint and climb with wild abandon, and a freewheeling hub lets you coast and recover. Also, the 400 includes a Joule 3.0 computer that lets you see power, speed, cadence and heart rate as you ride, downloads to your computer in seconds for greater feedback, and can be transferred to your outdoor bike so you never need another computer. Maximizing your fitness has never been easier!
With CycleOps' 400 Pro you can duplicate any outdoor race or ride. Simply ride the course with your Joule 3.0, plug it into the 400 Pro and the electronic resistance control technology automatically duplicates the ride.
I just got my cycleops 100 pro!! Wow, what a great bike. Looking forward to training now. Overall probably one of the best Indoor cycles I've used.I had a hard time finding one at a local dealer to try out. Seems that no one carries them a floor models. I ended up buying one online from a seller. They had the best price [...] If anyone is looking to buy, I highly recommend this dealer. There website is [@]
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
Great Concept - Highly Adjustable - nice execution on the bike - very stable - nice and smooth operation. Had many problems between head unit and sensors. Resistance unit would not kick in consistently. [...] Despite wanting this bike to work - was never able to get it to function as advertised. I am no rookie at this [...] This is not a system that works will with multiple users - head unit and software do not easily accommodate efficient user changes. After one month of trying to get this to work - I HAVE SENT THE BIKE BACK. THIS BIKE IS STILL BUGGY - SHOULD NOT BE THE CASE FOR A [$]PIECE OF EXERCISE EQUIPMENT. I will wait for things to improve - as I said - great concept.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend