Spinning Bike inSPORTline JOTA - White
Basic class spinning bike, friction braking system, no freewheel, smooth resistance regulation, bottle holder, quiet running.
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Spinning Bike inSPORTline JOTA
Spinning Bike inSPORTline Jota is another of our models suitable for active home training. It has a high-quality chromed steel frame with anti-scratch coating. The friction brake system allows you to smoothly adjust resistance. Spinning Bike inSPORTline Jota is distinguished by high level of comfort and an original modern design.
- Stable steel and solid frame
- Drive with quality belt for smooth running and long lifespan
- Silent drive
- Pedals with plastic clips
- Ergonomic seat
|flywheel weight||13 kg|
|resistance levels||smooth resistant adjustment|
|braking system||frictional (felt)|
|horizontal seat adjustment||yes|
|vertical seat adjustment||yes|
|horizontal handle adjustment||no|
|vertical handle adjustment||yes|
|flywheel and belt cover||yes|
|chest belt receiver||no|
|chest belt included||no|
|total dimensions||124 x 58 x 100 cm|
|max. user height||175 cm|
|max. user weight||130 kg|
|category||HC (according to EN957)|
Spinning Bike inSPORTline JOTA - Product parameters
Resistance in cardio trainers can be regulated by one of two ways - manual and electronic control. Manual regulation is the cheaper option and works on a simple basis. With a regulation knob, the user sets the resistance manually, usually in the range of 1-12 levels.
By observing the weight limit of the product, you significantly increase its service life and prevent it from wearing down prematurely. It is not recommended to exceed this limit.
Quiet belt drive is usually used, cheaper trainers may feature a chain.
Cardio trainers use several types of braking systems.
There are trainers with magnetic, friction, calliper or EMS braking system. The magnetic and EMS systems that work through moving a magnet closer to the flywheel are used most often.
The total weight of the product.