Schwinn Airdyne AD2
Airdynes are heavy-duty and reliable bikes known for their capacity to provide the toughest conditioning workouts and least strenuous ones. Here, we’ll look at Schwinn Airdyne D2 and the factors and features that make it worth your investment.
Sturdy & stable, the Schwinn Airdyne AD2 can handle extreme interval training as well as slow to moderate cardio exercises. It comes equipped with a steady built, properly tightened parts, and levelers so it doesn’t rock or wobble even on an uneven surface.
The height of the seat may be adjusted by simply loosening and pulling out the knob, releasing the pin, lowering or raising the seat pole to your preferred height, and putting the pin into the respective pre-drilled holes and tightening back the knob.
This sturdy conditioning machine is also known for its resistance-building mechanism. The faster and harder you “put the pedal to the metal”, the greater the resistance will be. You can lower the resistance when you slow down on the pedal. Resistance is generated by the fan wheel located in front of the bike.
The Schwinn Airdyne AD2 bike comes with a belt drive that allows for a no-slip, smooth biking workout. It runs quietly and doesn’t require too much maintenance work. The belt also has a protective guard to make sure your clothes, feet or fingers won’t get caught in it.
To keep your feet in place, the pedals come with straps designed to accommodate athletic sneakers/shoes. Just tug on the strap to secure your feet while you’re riding it. To work your upper body, you can utilize the handle bars and place your feet onto the foot rests located on the front side of the piece of equipment.
This compact exercise equipment, which measures 25 by 46 inches when not in use, doesn’t require huge storage area. It also has transport wheels, which can take on more than 90 lbs of the bike’s weight, located at the front of the bike so you can easily move it from one place to another. Just lift the bike at the rear section and you can start moving it around with ease.
The bike doesn’t take long to be assembled as it’s shipped partly assembled. You can put it together in an hour or less if you have a friend to help you handle the 96-pound weight of the bike. Instructions are also very clear and easy to follow, and the package comes with a complete set of tools needed to assemble the parts such as the stabilizer bars, pedals, handlebars, the console, seat & seat post, which are also very easy to identify.
Schwinn Airdyne AD2 Console
The Schwinn Airdyne AD2 console displays basic workout metrics such as time, calories, speed, distance, and rpm, which cycles every five seconds. It’s large enough to be seen without difficulty and is powered by 2 AA batteries. You can start the console by pressing the start/stop or reset button right below the display or by starting to pedal.