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Receive a FREE Protective Mat, Heart Rate Strap and Gel Seat Cover - a $189 Value Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle with M Computer Features Include: New Fore and Aft Adjustable Handlebars Upgraded Console with Backlit Display Factory Calibrated Eddy Current Resistance Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle comes equipped with a new Fore and Aft Adjustable Handlebars, Backlit M Series Display, and a factory calibrated resistance system. The indoor cycling revolution begins now...the result of over a decade of Keiser cycle development. The hallmark of the Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle is its durability. The Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle is made of corrosive resistant materials, has a resistance system that doesn?t wear, and is virtually maintenance free; requiring less work from your facility to keep it running. All of this, plus it is backed by one of the best warranties in the industry. Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle is an award-winning, third-generation indoor cycle. The result of more than a decade of research and manufacturing experience, and developed with the collaboration and feedback of trainers and some of the largest fitness clubs worldwide. Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle has never settled for the status quo. The new Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle is no exception. Keiser scrutinized and quality-tested every single component, from the top of the dual-placement handles to the bottom of the rock-solid base and absolutely everything in between. The Keiser M3+ Cycle was designed with your clients, your instructors, and your club in mind. Experience the new way to indoor cycle. The Keiser M3+ Cycle will change the way you think about indoor cycling. Prestigious EN ISO 20957-1 Certification Keiser M3 Computer is the first indoor cycle to pass the rigorous and prestigious EN ISO 20957-1 Accuracy test. It is the only product of its kind to receive this certification. In order to receive this certification, ISO requires an indoor cycle computer to consistently perform within plus or minus 10% accuracy. Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle Eddy Current Resistance: Keiser M3+ Cycle Series is a revolutionary line of cardio equipment balancing true performance, while focusing on power output (watts). The understanding of the resistance system on the Keiser M3+ can best be described in the explanation of an eddy current and of the power formula: (P = F x V) An eddy current is an electric current in a conducting material that results from induction by a moving or varying magnetic field. On Keiser M3+ Bike Series equipment this is generated by 2 opposing magnets passing over the flywheel. The flywheel (a conductor) passes through the magnetic field generated by the two powerful magnets. By varying how much of the flywheel comes into contact with the magnetic field you can increase or decrease the amount of resistance for the rider on the Keiser M3+ Cycle. As no parts in the resistance system ever touch there is no wear on the system. When the flywheel is turned in proximity of the magnetic field the eddy current is created. The Keiser M3+'s flywheel acts like a conductor with closed circuits. The energy generated by turning the flywheel has nowhere to go, so as it resists it becomes more difficult for the rider to pedal. If the flywheel is in less contact with the magnetic field it?s easier to ride. The more of the flywheel that comes in contact with the magnetic field (the higher the energy that is being generated with each turn) the more difficult it becomes to ride. Speed Affects Resistance on the Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle Speed is another factor that plays a role in the resistance. The faster the flywheel turns the more energy is being generated (the more resistance is being made) which directly relates to the formula for POWER. Keiser M3+ Indoor Cycle Series Cardio equipment effectively utilizes the POWER formula. Power (amount of work being done in a given amount of time by the rider) = Force (the amount of resistance) x Velocity (RPM, speed the rider is pedaling). Th
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