The Tour de France bike seamlessly declines and inclines from -10% to +20%, to match the video screen on the bike's screen. The first of its kind, a ride on the Tour De France is the closest thing to actually being there. The incline and decline create a calorie crushing workout, keep the rider's hands on the handlebars (instead of a resistance knob), and stay the course for a rewarding workout experience.
This maintenance-free carbon drive system delivers the same quiet, smooth ride you'd get from a belt drive but with the strength and efficiency of a chain. The combination of a 5:1 gear ratio, perimeter-weighted flywheel and freewheel feature give the TDF a realistic, outdoor-bike feel.
The TDF bike has drop handlebars for multiple hand positions, dual-sided pedals, and an ergonomic gear shifting system to adjust to every incline, decline and resistance level.
The TDF bike is one of the most maintenance-friendly bikes on the market. The magnetic resistance system, carbon belt, rust-resistant aluminum frames and hidden stainless steel hardware make it easy to clean and maintain, without the need for replacement parts.
Compatible with the most cycling shoes, these dual-sided pedals accommodate both high-performance SPD cleats and traditional fitness footwear.
Resistant to rust, this lightweight aluminum frame is maintenance-friendly and easy to move in-between classes. All hardware is hidden and the bike's stainless steel construction prevents rust.
Maximum User Weight lbs (kg): 350 lbs (159 kg)
Power Requirements: AC Plug In (120/240V)