Skip navigation View an alternate layout of this website with limited styles and no horizontal scrolling
Menu
Skip to Quick Links

Bicycle Exerciser

Products are listed alphabetically.

Page 1 of 1

  1. 328 --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise bicycle. Features resistance control, speedometer and odometer. Welded steel frame. Seat adjustable....[More Information]

  2. ACTIVE / PASSIVE TRAINER --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/2001) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Active / Passive Trainer is an arm and leg exerciser designed to provide both active resistance and passive movement for individuals who need to develop muscle strength and tone and need to regain physical fitness due to injury, illness or disability. This product is ideal in that it is space efficient, portable and easily changed from upper to lower body workouts. It can be used on the table top, lying down or whil...[More Information]

  3. ACTIVE TRAINER (MODELS 5900 & 5905) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/2007) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Active Trainer is a bicycle exerciser designed for use by people with upper extremity, lower extemity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. Basic features on both models include: straight hand grips, a gear-based resistance mechanism, five resistance levels, bi-directional pedals, and adjustable range of motion. Both models are height-adjustable. Model 5905 also includes a stand. OPTIONS: An...[More Information]

  4. ACTIVE/PASSIVE TRAINER (MODELS 5800 & 5805) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/2007) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Active/Passive Trainer (A.P.T) is a bicycle exerciser designed for use by people with upper extremity, lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. Basic features on both models include: Straight hand grips, foot plates, high leg supports, Velcro tie-down straps, a gear-based resistance mechanism, and hand guards. Both models are height adjustable offer a manual mode and a powered m...[More Information]

  5. ACTIVE/PASSIVE TRAINER DELUXE (MODELS 5900 & 5905) Picture of ACTIVE/PASSIVE TRAINER DELUXE (MODELS 5900 & 5905) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/2007) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Active/Passive Trainer (A.P.T) Deluxe is a bicycle exerciser designed for use by people with upper extremity, lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. Basic features on both models include: straight hand grips, a gear-based resistance mechanism, foot plates, high leg supports, remote control,and Velcro tie-down straps. Both models also offer 10 resistance levels, 10 speed adjust...[More Information]

  6. AMBASSADOR BIKE WITH ELECTRONIC MONITOR --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise cycle with electric monitor. Steel tubing frame. Electronic monitor for speed, time, distance and pulse rate. Pulse monitored through earlobe sensor. Heavy spoked chrome steel rim with 20 inch tire and covered wheel. Adjustable handlebars. Chain drive, steel chainguard. Contour adjustable padded seat. Ball bearing pedals with two position pedal straps. 52 pounds....[More Information]

  7. AMEREC TUNTURI ERGOMETER --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 9/1999) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle Exerciser. Welded steel tube frame, adjustable height seats and handlebars, flywheel mechanism wheel, variable pedaling resistance, speedometer and trip meter on a mounted instrument panel. Can be equipped with testing equipment such as pulse meter. Stepless pedaling resistance control, adjustable distance from handlebar to seat, adjustable tape meter, disc brakes, anatomically designed seat, timer with audible s...[More Information]

  8. AVITA 400 AEROBIC CYCLE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Aerobic cycle. 45 pound flywheel, ball bearings for smooth action....[More Information]

  9. AVITA 450 PROFESSIONAL ERGOMETER --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle exerciser ergometer. 45 pound dynamically balanced flywheel for smooth action, and felt disc brakes for quiet, even resistance. Calibrated watt meter, pedal RPM indicator, odometer and 60 minute timer....[More Information]

  10. AVITA CYCLE / ERGOMETER (MODELS 400 & 500) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Stationary aerobic bicycle exerciser and ergometer. 45 pound cast iron flywheel; chrome plated frame; ball bearing pedals with straps; contoured seat; foam hand grips. 38 inches long, 19 inches wide, 42 inches high. Aerobic cycle features handle bar mounted speedometer, console mounted resistance control, resistance through nylon strap, resettable odometer. Ergometer features felt disc brake pads, calibrated watt meter, caliper type resis...[More Information]

  11. BASIC POWER TRAINER (MODELS 3310 & 3350) -- DISCONTINUED. VERIFIED 3/2013. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. -- The Basic Power Trainer is a hand propelled bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. This exerciser can accommodate a wheelchair or other stable seating and has both upper and lower pedals. Because the arm and leg pedal cranks turn in unison, the stronger extremities turn the pedal cranks and the weaker limbs are assisted by the motion, providing range of motion exercise for the limbs un...[More Information]

  12. BICYCLE EXERCISER --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Pedal exerciser can be used by persons with impaired balance. Attaches to chair, wheelchair or bed footboard. Can be used in upright position for upper extremities. Resistance mechanism adjusts from zero to heavy effort. Steel frame. Weight 14 pounds....[More Information]

  13. BICYCLE EXERCISER (MODEL 29110) --- DISCONTINUED. (verified 1/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle exerciser, enclosed mechanism, wide stance legs, saddle seat, pedals forward, steel frame. Ergometer measures effort exerted. Tachometer and odometer. Seat and handlebar height adjustment. Thirty- nine and one-half pound flywheel, belt braking system....[More Information]

  14. BICYCLE EXERCISER (MODEL 29571) --- DISCONTINUED. (verified 1/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle exerciser, steel frame, enclosed mechanism, bicycle pedals, ergometer to measure energy expended, speedometer, odometer. Height adjustable seat and handlebars. Saddle seat. Twenty pound flywheel, 11 position tension control. Side pull caliper braking system....[More Information]

  15. BODYGUARD ERGOMETER (MODEL PC5045) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bodyguard Ergometer. Ergometer for testing purposes and heart function diagnosis in clinics, hospitals and training institutes. Features stable and compact frame, chain protection, separately suspended braking system, low step in height....[More Information]

  16. BUNNISTEPS Picture of BUNNISTEPS --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- BunniSteps is a motor assisted-stationary therapy bicycle with reciprical, full range of motion designed for use by children six to fifteen years old or small adults under five feet tall with muscle weakness or neurological disabilities. Designed for activity driven therapy, this cycle has an over-pedal feature that allows users to cycle using their own power while the motor is engaged and pick back up where users are un...[More Information]

  17. BYCYCLE EXERCISER (MODEL 710 V) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Electric cycle. Variable speed. 3 way coordinated action of pedals, handlebar and seat. Can be pedaled without motor. 1/4 hp, 120 volts 60 cycle. High torque motor. Ball bearings at all movements. Chain and sprockets for drive mechanism with 1.7 to 1 reduction from pedal action to handlebar and seat movement. Weighted pedal with adjustable straps. Adjustable padded seat and chromed handlebars. Vinyl coated sheet metal panels with walnut w...[More Information]

  18. CITADEL CLINICAL MODEL RESISTIVE EXERCISER --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Citadel Clinic Model Resistive Exerciser is a bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities. This heavy-duty unit attaches to a standard chair or wheelchair using an attachment bar. The main frame disconnects from the attaching bar, so the unit can be stored while not in use; the bar remains with the chair for quick reconnection. Resistance and pedal distance can be adjusted. Th...[More Information]

  19. CITADEL HOME MODEL RESISTIVE EXERCISER --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 11/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Citadel Home Model Resistive Exerciser is a bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities. The unit attaches to a standard chair or wheelchair using an attachment bar. The main frame disconnects from the attaching bar, so the unit can be stored while not in use; the bar remains with the chair for quick reconnection. Resistance and pedal distance can be adjusted. Leather heel and...[More Information]

  20. CITADEL RECUMBENT CYCLE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 11/2001) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Citadel Recumbent Cycle is a bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities. This electronic cycle features a walk-up accessible design, a large visible display, electromagnetic braking, nine workout profiles, a self-test feature to measure fitness levels, a head-to-toe race feature, and self-generating power. Measurement units include time, speed, distance, calories burned, hear...[More Information]

  21. CITADEL UPRIGHT CYCLE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Citadel Upright Cycle is a bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with lower extremity disabilities. This belt-drive electronic cycle features electromagnetic braking, nine workout profiles, a self-test feature to measure fitness levels, a head-to-toe race feature, and self-generating power. Measurement units include time, speed, distance, calories burned, heart rate, and weight. A heart rate control prog...[More Information]

  22. DELUXE EXERCISE BICYCLE (MODEL 2162D) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Portable bicycle exerciser. Welded enameled steel tubular frame, dual steel chain guard, ball bearing pedals, extra wide front and rear legs. Cast aluminum weighted flywheel, speedometer, odometer, quick lock handlebar, adjustable height padded seat, pedal straps, 30 minute bell timer. Resistance adjustment knob to vary effort needed to pedal. Occupies 6 1/2 square feet....[More Information]

  23. DELUXE HEALTH BIKE EXERCISER (MODEL 012) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 04/2006) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Battle Creek Deluxe Health Bike Exerciser a full sized stationary bike featuring caliper brake resistance, a padded seat, adjustable pedal straps, speedometer with resettable odometer, easy seat height adjustment and safe wheel cover. The welded steel frame provides strength and stability. The unit is shipped fully assembled. DIMENSIONS: 47 x 23 x 38.5 inches. WEIGHT: Shipping weight is 35 pounds....[More Information]

  24. DYNAMIC CYCLE. --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise bicycle, nonelectric cycling and rowing action. Pedal, handlebars and seat all move when activated. Large padded seat, weighted pedals with adjustable straps. Chain drive mechanism. Steel flywheel maintains automatic pedal, handlebar and seat motion without mechanical resistance control. Chrome plated steel frame with vinyl coated sheet metal panels. Weight 70 pounds....[More Information]

  25. EASY CYCLE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Easy Cycle is a hand propelled or leg propelled bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with upper or lower extremity disabilities. This device can be placed on the floor and pedaled with the legs or on a table for arm use. Features include a two-inch steel frame, adjustable band resistance, and non-slip contoured pedals with forward and reverse motion. The unit also has a five-function LED display with time, ...[More Information]

  26. ECONOMY RESTORATOR AND DELUXE CLINICAL RESTORATOR, CLINICAL MODEL RESTORATOR --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Portable bicycle type exerciser allows exercising from chair or while lying in bed. Tubular chrome plated steel frame with pedal mechanism that can be moved toward or away from user. Pedal foot platforms have heel and toe straps. Includes attachment for use on chair, wheelchair or bed. Placing restorator in upright position allows shoulder and arm range of motion exercises. Deluxe model includes one pair hand supports, one pair extension ...[More Information]

  27. ECONOMY RESTORATOR, DELUXE CLINICAL RESTORATOR, & CLINICAL MODEL RESTORATOR --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Portable bicycle type exerciser allows exercising from chair or while lying in bed. Tubular chrome plated steel frame with pedal mechanism that can be moved toward or away from user. Pedal foot platforms have heel and toe straps. Includes attachment for use on chair, wheelchair or bed. Placing restorator in upright position allows shoulder and arm range of motion exercises. Deluxe model includes one pair hand supports, one pair extension ...[More Information]

  28. ERGOMETER TRAINING CYCLE (MODEL PC5044) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 09/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Ergometer Training Cycle. Readouts of resistance, pedaling speed and amount of exercise. Includes timer. Steel construction. Seat and handlebar height adjustable. Overall size 36 by 18 inches....[More Information]

  29. ERGOMETER WITH ELECTRONIC MONITOR (MODEL 490-33) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Ergometer bike with pulse meter. Heavy welded steel frame has wide stance stabilizer in front as well as rear. Oversized disc type caliper brakes. Machined 40 pound cast flywheel is freewheeling. Extra large jumbo padded seat. Digital display for speed, time, distance and pulse rate. 78 pounds....[More Information]

  30. EVO 1200 Picture of EVO 1200 --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/2012) REPLACED BY EVO (SEE SEPARATE ENTRY). RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Evo 1200 is a motor-assisted stationary exercise cycle designed for use by individuals with severe neurological or physical disabilities. The handlebars and foot pedals are interlinked to provide coordinated movement under continuous passive motion. It is designed to improve range of motion and flexibility, and to provide cardiovascular strength and endurance training. This cycle...[More Information]

  31. EXERCISE BIKE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise bicycle. Features adjustable height handlebars and seat, speedometer, odometer, large balanced flywheel in front of bike, pedals, tubular steel frame with rubber tipped feet. Pedaling resistance knob graduated from 0 to 6 on frame near handlebars. 1120 mm long by 590 mm wide by 990 to 1080 mm high at handlebars. Weight 25.5 kg....[More Information]

  32. EXERCISE CYCLE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise cycles. Variety of styles. 1 or 1 1/2 inch diameter tubular steel frames. Adjustable or stationary padded seats, chrome plated handlebars. 20 inch welded spoke chromed steel wheel. Some models with full length steel chainguard, speedometer and odometer....[More Information]

  33. EXERCISER --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Stationary exercise bicycles (40 models) with heavy duty steel frames, ball bearing pedals, padded seats with quick lock adjustment, frame mounted odometer and speedometer. Some models have adjustable handlebars, extra seat padding, dual position safety pedal straps for forward, backward exercising. 500 RC Series have 20 inch spoked rubber wheels, caliper or nylon roller wheel tension adjustment; options include 30 minute timer, chrome fe...[More Information]

  34. FITNESS CYCLE (MODELS F1000, F100, & F175) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Indoor exercise cycle. Tubular steel frame with 20 pound inertia rear wheel. Calibrated resistance control for light or vigorous exercise. Deluxe instrument console with speedometer, odometer, and 30 minute timer. Accessories available: oversized seat, pedal straps, seat extension bar....[More Information]

  35. FITRON CYCLE ERGOMETER --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/2006) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Isokinetic cycle ergometer. Features direct work rate readout, measures and displays work rates from 300 to 5000 kilogram, meters per minute at instantly selected, controlled pedaling velocities from 30 to 150 RPM. Resistance automatically accommodates to user's effort for more tolerable sustained aerobic exercise or for maximal anaerobic workouts and interval training. Positive locking seat height adjustment from 24 to ...[More Information]

  36. FLOREX WHEELCHAIR CYCLE (MODEL 88876) Picture of FLOREX WHEELCHAIR CYCLE (MODEL 88876) -- DISCONTINUED. VERIFIED 1/13. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. -- The Florex Wheelchair Cycle, model 88876, is a bicycle exerciser designed for use from a wheelchair. The unit connects to the user's wheelchair with a specially-designed semi-moon “stop“ and cotler pin system that ensures simple connection to the wheelchair with optimum stability. The unit has five length adjustment settings to ensure maximum comfort during use. The cycle featurs a display showing current speed, trip distance...[More Information]

  37. HOME CYCLE TRIM TRAC (MODEL 500) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise bike with chrome plated handlebar and seat stem, seat, handle. Adjustable speed. Speedometer and timer. Rubber grip handlebars, padded seat, foot pedals with foot straps....[More Information]

  38. MINI EXERCISE BIKE Picture of MINI EXERCISE BIKE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Mini Exercise Bike is a hand- or leg-propelled bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with upper or lower extremity disabilities. This cycle has bar-style pedals with hand/foot loops and knob-adjustable resistance. The built-in digital display shows speed, distance, elapsed time, and calories burned. This unit features a space-saving design and can be stored under a table or desk when not in use. COLOR: B...[More Information]

  39. MONARK ERGOMETER (MODEL 818) & ELECTRONIC ERGOMETER (MODEL 819) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle exercisers. Model 818 has built in speedometer and odometer. Variable resistance measured in kilopounds. Adjustable saddle. Dimensions: 1120 mm long, 590 mm wide, handlebars adjust from 990 to 1080 mm, saddle adjusts from 800 to 1120 mm. Weight 31 kg. Model 819 has same features as 818 and is equipped with microcomputer controlled system. Records: pulse using ECG electrodes, time, force, power, pedal rpm, energy consumption (kiloj...[More Information]

  40. MONARK ERGOMETERS & EXERCISE CYCLES --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- A variety of styles of ergometers and bicycle exercisers. Adjustable saddles and handlebars, speedometer and odometer. Balanced flywheels....[More Information]

  41. MYOPED --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 04/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise device replaces standard wheelchair footrests. Consists of pedal mechanism with adjustable clutch system to alter resistance. Stainless steel construction with Delrin bushings, rigid, nonslip pedals. Snap on platform for foot support when pedals not in use....[More Information]

  42. PEDAL EXERCISER (MODEL D9747) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle exerciser can be used from any chair. Pedal resistance knob. Steel frame. 18 1/2 by 18 1/2 inches. 9 1/2 pounds....[More Information]

  43. PEDAL PAL --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- ...[More Information]

  44. PEDAL-IN-PLACE Picture of PEDAL-IN-PLACE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Pedal-In-Place is a bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals who use wheelchairs, or for use from a sitting position. This exerciser is used to strengthen upper or lower extremities, increase endurance, improve aerobic functioning, and improve balance and coordination. Handgrips and foot pedals drive a chain and sprocket mechanism which is attached to a plywood base. The drive mechanism is covered by protective...[More Information]

  45. PEDLER EXERCISER (MODEL T1 23) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle pedals on a floor supported tubular steel frame. User sits in chair or in bed. Foot straps, heavy duty pedals and tension adjusting knob. Top petal height 12.5 inches....[More Information]

  46. PORT A CYCLE (MODEL HPC 1) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Stationary exercise bicycle operated from a chair. Bicycle pedals and gear are attached to a floor mounted 1 inch tubular steel frame that attaches to chair with straps and velcro. Adjustable tension control, speedometer and timer. Options: foot control adapter that has footplates and velcro straps, storage or carrying bag, and a battery powered pulseminder that displays pulse and time on a digital LED indicator. Pulseminder attaches to f...[More Information]

  47. REAR SEAT BIKE 30X --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 04/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle exerciser. For persons not able to sit on upright bicycle. Pedal from a standard height built in chair. Features: odometer, speedometer and time gauge. Pulse meter optional. Provides isokinetic resistance, automatically adjusts with effort exerted by individual. Metal unit. Wheels for easy transport. WEIGHT: 125 pounds....[More Information]

  48. RICHER LIFE FLEXACISER Picture of RICHER LIFE FLEXACISER --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 05/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE.--- The Flexaciser is an exercise machine designed for use by individuals with paraplegia,quadriplegia, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and muscular dystrophy. This electrically powered machine works the legs, upper and lower back, shoulders, and arms by guiding the body to obtain movement, improve circulation and joint mobilization, and reduce spasticity. For persons with arthritis, the Flexaciser may alleviate pain thr...[More Information]

  49. SENATOR BIKE & COMMODORE BIKE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise bicycle. Welded steel frame. Chain drive. Caliper brakes for resistance pedaling. Ball bearing pedals with foot straps. Speedometer, odometer and 30 minute timer. 20 inch chrome steel wheel. Steel chainguard. 45 pounds....[More Information]

  50. SPARR REHAB --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Exercise bicycle. Features speedometer, odometer, adjustable handlebars, adjustable seat height, heavy balanced fly wheel in rear of unit, pedals and rubber tipped feet. Tubular steel frame. Lever control on handlebars adjusts to vary pedaling resistance. 890 mm long by 510 mm wide by 550 mm high. Weight 28.5 kg. Frame base only 9 cm off floor....[More Information]

  51. TABLE TOP BIKE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/95) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Table Top Bike is a stationary bicycle exerciser designed to provides adjustable resistance for all ability levels of aerobic and muscle workouts for the arms or legs. An electronic pulse meter shows speed, time, distance, and pulse. A padded chest support is included for hand cycling workouts. The unit converts to a floor model leg exerciser with optional foot plates. Quad grips are another available option. DIMENSIO...[More Information]

  52. THERACYCLE Picture of THERACYCLE --- DISCONTINUED (Verified 7/2011). REPLACED BY THERACYCLE 200 AND THERACYCLE PRO. --- The Theracycle is a motorized bicycle exerciser designed for use by individuals with lower extremity or neurological disabilities. The motor helps provide full-body assisted range of motion exercise. The bicycle features a comfortable, extra-wide seat; a frame designed for mounting and dismounting ease for individuals with mobility disabilities; custom pedals that securely hold the feet; leg guide to assist th...[More Information]

  53. THERAFIT & THERAFIT PLUS --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The TheraFit and the TheraFit Plus are portable bicycle exercisers designed for use by individuals with upper or lower extremity disabilities. Both units can be used on the floor with the included footplates for leg exercise or on a table with the included handle grips for upper extremity exercise, are angle-adjustable, and offer variable resistance. The TheraFit is a completely active exerciser, enabing the user to ach...[More Information]

  54. TRIM TRAC (MODELS 500, 6000, EXECUTIVE, & JR) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle exercisers. Welded steel frames. Adjustable seat height, resistance and handlebar. Includes speedometer. Timer on some units. Covered fly wheels on some units....[More Information]

  55. TUNTURI ELECTRONIC ERGOMETER, TUNTURI EXECUTIVE ERGOMETER, PRO ERGO, & PRO RACER --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 04/2006) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bicycle exerciser with pulse meter, and ergometer machines provide conditioning and strenthening routines. Electronic Ergometer: Pedaling resistance is regulated by an electronically controlled circulating current brake allowing constant work monitoring. Includes pivoting control panel with built in pulse meter, stop watch, and metronome pedaling speed monitor. Anatomically formed cushion seat with gas spring seat heigh...[More Information]

Page 1 of 1

Return to current products

AbleData, 103 W. Broad Street, Suite 400, Falls Church, VA 22046. 1-800-227-0216. Se habla español.
Maintained for the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the U.S. Dept. of Education
by New Editions Consulting under Contract No. ED-OSE-13-C-0064.

The records in AbleData are provided for information purposes only. Neither the U.S. Department of Education nor New Editions Consulting has examined, reviewed, or tested any product, device, or information contained in AbleData. The Department and New Editions Consulting make no endorsement, representation, or warranty express or implied as to any product, device, or information set forth in AbleData. The views expressed on this site do not necessarily represent the opinions of the Department of Education, the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, or New Editions Consulting.