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CycleOps PRO 300PT

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Category: Fitness Equipment

These settings apply only when analyzing the data on your PC. SELECTMODE CLOCK 02:06:07P MPH CAD MENU WATTS HR H SELECTMODE MAIN MENU RETURN TO RIDE SETUP USER RIDE CLEAR MEMORY TEST SETUP Console Setup 1 Console Setup 2 1) From the dashboard display press [UP 2) Press [SELECT] to enter [RETURN TO ARROW] or [DOWN ARROW] to move the cur-RIDE]. sor to [MENU] and press [SELECT]. SELECTMODE RETURN TO RIDE 1 USER A 2 USER B 3 USER C 4 USER D 5 USER E 6 USER F SELECTMODE RIDE TYPE CYCLE COMPUTER POWER

CycleOps PowerTap

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Category: Bikes

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be copied, photographed, reproduced, translated, transmitted electronically or placed on digital media without the prior written consent of Saris Cycling Group, Inc. T TTr rra aad dde eem mma aar rrk kks ss Saris Cycling Group, Inc , PowerTap and the PowerTap logo, are all registered trademarks of Saris Cycling Group, Inc. All other product, brand, or trade names used in this manual may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respectiv

CycleOps Comp 200E

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Category: Fitness Equipment

* Do not use thinner or other solvents to clean parts such as the main unit and sensor, as they may dissolve the plastic console casings. * To clean these parts wipe them with a cloth soaked in a weak mixture of neutral detergent and water. Avoid spraying the unit directly with solvent mixture. * The console is water resistant, not water proof. Avoid sustained water contact and do not deliberately place the unit in water. * If you are not familiar with bike maintenance please contact a professio

CycleOps Club Pro 300PT

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Category: Fitness Equipment

BIKE ASSEMBLY.............................................................1 Attach Stabilizer Feet Attach Handlebars Seat Assembly Attach Pedals Attach Console Bracket and Console Leveling the Bike 3. COMMON ADJUSTMENTS........................................5 Flywheel Adjustment Replacing Hub Batteries Brake Adjustment Replacing Brake Pads Replacing Resistance Knob 4. LUBRICATION................................................................9 5. RF INTERFERENCE.................................

CycleOps 400 PRO

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Category: Fitness Equipment

Battery Life (Joule) 20 hours approx. Hub battery type: two AA type 1.5 volt Joule battery type: rechargeable Freehub fixing bolt torque 300 inch-lbs. 13 Chapter 8: Radio Fre que ncy (RF) inter fere nce Radio frequency (RF) interference with other devices may cause intermittent loss of information. Wireless Internet access points, microwaves, cordless phones, or other wireless devices may cause frequency interference. To mitigate the chance of interference, set wireless access points to the lowe

CycleOps 300 PRO

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Category: Fitness Equipment

NOTE: After replacing the battery, Joule must relearn the coded ID for the sensor. Reference Joule user guide for instructions (available at 4. Using the new battery (compatible CR2032), remove the battery cover on the back of the cadence sensor by turning counterclockwise approximately one half turn. Replace the old battery with the new battery. 5. Secure the cadence sensor to the main frame using the previously removed bolt and 4mm Allen wrench. Be sure to hold the cadence sensor arm while att

CycleOps 200 PRO

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Category: Fitness Equipment

Unpac king the Cycle Ops pro se ries indoo r Cycle ............2 3. In doo r cycle Asse mbl y....................................................................3 Attach Stabilizer Feet Attach Handlebar Attach Seat Level the Indoor Cycle Attach Pedals 4. GENERAL USE............................................................................................6 Adjust Seat Adjust Handlebar Adjust Resistance 5. COMM ON ADJUSTMENTS.....................................................................8

CycleOps 100 PRO

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Category: Fitness Equipment

Release the button and allow the handle to seat to tighten or loosen an adjustment. C Main frame assembly Large L M handle C Main frame assembly Seat post E 5 1. If necessary, the four outer leveler feet can be adjusted. Turn stabilizer feet clockwise to lower the indoor cycle. Turn stabilizer feet counterclockwise to raise indoor cycle. Leveler Feet Level the Indoor Cycle Move the indoor cycle to where it will be used and level it by rotating the adjustable feet underneath the stabilizers. Leve





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