Monark 927E Cardio Care
£1,500.00 Inc Tax £1,250.00 Ex Tax
The Monark Cardio Care 927E Fitness Cycle Bike is suitable for a whole range of people with different work capacities, including fitness training and rehabilitation. Manual load adjustment and an easy to read display make this bike extremely user-friendly. There are few moving and visible parts making the Monark 927E bike very reliable.
Best Choice for: Rehabilitation & Fitness Training
The Monark Cardio Care 927E Fitness Cycle Bike is suitable for a whole range of activities, for persons with a different work capacity, including rehabilitation and fitness training. It is user-friendly and extremely reliable, with a stable, easily accessible entrance frame, adjustable saddle and handlebar with quick release levers and wheels for easy transportation.
The 927E exercise bicycle has an easy walk-through “sit down” design that allows unobstructed access for all ages. The display panel has easy to read icons that show Speed, Distance, Time and Heart Rate. A timer function can be set in Time or Distance, and instructions for the timer are displayed on the display panel.
The Monark 927E exercise bicycle features user-friendly resistance levels and a built-in heart rate receiver (Polar compatible). It’s outfitted with a 26-pound flywheel as compared to traditional 48-pound flywheels that let the user start at a lower resistance and gain momentum easier. The low resistance level makes this bike a particularly good choice for rehab.
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790mm – 1160mm, 31" – 46"
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Can only be shipped to UK and Ireland
- Small, light-weight, well-balanced flywheel (12kg / 26½ lbs) – even on a low load, the bike feels nice to ride
- Adjustable saddle with quick release lever
- Adjustable handlebar
- Stable frame -solid steel tube / powder painted
- Wheels for easy transportation
- Use the display to manually adjust the load
- Use to display to obtain information, including speed (km/h), distance (km), time (min), heart rate (bpm)