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1. 1- SERIES R1x Recumbent Bike U1x Upright Bike

11. 9 CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides 4.2 EXPLODED DIAGRAM U1 x 4 AC1 N22 x 4 Z01 x 2 Z01 x 2 Z01 x 4 Z01 x 4 Z08 x 2

14. 12 ASSEMBLY COMPLETE Assembly is complete. Final assembly and optional entertainment shown. 4.3 ASSEMBLY STEPS U1 x CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides

10. 8 CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides Button Head Bolt (M8×20L) Button Head Bolt (M8×20L) Button Head Bolt (M8×20L) Socket Head Screw (M5×25L) #6 Allen Wrench (5mm) Open Wrench (#13 / #15) Phillips Screwdriver (6×130L) OPEN WRENCH(#15x#17-325L) Allen Wrench (3mm, 55L) PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITY SKETCH Z01 Z01 Z01 Z08 Z31 Z32 Z33 Z34 Z35 4 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 Yellow Orange Blue Pink Purple Purple Purple Purple Purple COLOR OF BAG ASSEMBLY STEP STEP 1 STEP 3 STEP 4 4.1 FASTNERS & ASSEMBLY TOOLS U1 x UPRIGHT BIKE U1x

15. 13 Spring Washer Arc Washer Socket Button Head Screw (with Nyloc) Button Head Screw (Phillips) Socket Low Head Screw (with Nyloc) Socket Flat Head Screw Socket Low Head Screw (with Nyloc) Socket Low Head Screw (with Nyloc) Socket Button Head Screw (with Nyloc) Spring Wahser Socket Head Screw Spring Washer Open Wrench (#15 / #17) #5 Allen Wrench #4 Allen Wrench Phillips Screwdriver #5 Allen Wrench PARTS NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITY SKETCH Z01 Z02 Z03 Z13 Z04 Z05 Z04 Z04 Z09 Z10 Z11 Z12 Z31 Z32 Z33 Z34 Z35 8 8 8 2 4 3 4 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 White White White White Yellow Red Blue Orange Black Black Black Black Purple Purple Purple Purple Purple COLOR OF BAG ASSEMBLY STEP STEP 4 STEP 1 STEP 3 STEP 6 STEP 5 STEP 2 4.4 FASTNERS & ASSEMBLY TOOLS R1 x UPRIGHT BIKE R1x CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides

24. 22 CHAPTER 5: O verlay d escription / e n G ineerin G m ode 5.3 WORKOUT OVERVIEWS PROGRA M NAM E DEFAUL T TIM E PROMP T INPU T DESCRIPTION GOAL+ TIME GOAL DISTANCE GOAL CALORIES GOAL TARGET HR WEIGHT LOSS HEART RATE+ FIT TEST 20 min N / A N / A 20 min 20 min 12 min Time, Weight Distance, Weight Calories, Weight Age, HR, Time, Weight Age, HR, Time, Weight Gender, Age, Level, Weight Time Goal sets exercise duration as the workout goal. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool-down phase and ends afterward. Distance Goal is designed to build endurance in a certain distance. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool-down phase, and ends afterward. Calories Goal is designed to burn a certain number of selected calories. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool-down phase and ends afterward. Target HR is a higher intensity workout for maintain - ing a heart rate to achieve maximum exercise results. The user must wear a heart rate chest strip, or keep hands on contact heart rate grips continuously. The program adjusts the intensity level, based on the actual heart rate, to maintain the rate at 80 percent of the theoretical maximum. Weight Loss is a low-intensity workout for burning the body’s fat reserves. The user must wear a heart rate chest strip, or keep hands on contact heart rate grips continuously. The program adjusts the intensity level, based on the actual heart rate, to maintain the rate at 65 percent of the theoretical maximum. Fit Test measures cardiovascular fitness and can be used to monitor improvements in your endurance. PROGRA M NAM E DEFAUL T TIM E PROMP T INPU T DESCRIPTION QUIC K STAR T WARM UP COOL DOWN MANUAL HILL INTERVAL RANDOM HILL INTERVAL+ MULTI FX+ N / A N / A N / A 20 min 20 min 20 min 20 min 20 min N / A Time Time Time, Weight Level, Time, Weight Time, Weight Watts, Time, Weight Level, Time, Weight Quick Start is the fastest way to begin exercising and bypasses the setup prompts. After pressing the QUICK START key, a constant-level workout begins. Warm-up is a low-intensity phase that brings the heart rate into the lower end of the target zone and increases respiration and blood flow to working muscles. Cool-down is a low-intensity phase that allows the body to begin removing lactic acid, and other exercise by-products, which build up in muscles and contrib - ute to soreness. Manual is a constant intensity level unless it is manually changed. Hill Interval is an efficient workout by alternating work intervals and recovery intervals. Random Hill is an interval training workout that occurs in no regular pattern or progression. CONSTANT WATTS RANDOM Constant Watts is designed to maintain your watts expenditure at a constant level by controlling pedal - ing resistance and prompting you to pedal at a speci - fied RPM. Watts level may vary above and below your target watts level during this program. Random is a workout of constantly changing intensity levels that occur in no regular pattern or progression.

34. MATRIX FITNESS SYSTEMS | 1610 LANDMARK DRIVE COTTAGE GROVE WI 53527 USA Toll Free 866.693.4863 matrixfitness.com Fax 608.839.8687 PART # 0000090162 REV. 1.0

20. 18 ASSEMBLY COMPLETE Assembly is complete. Final assembly and optional entertainment shown. 4.6 ASSEMBLY STEPS R1 x CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides

23. 21 CHAPTER 5: O verlay d escription / e n G ineerin G m ode 5.3 WORKOUT OVERVIEWS This chart lists the bike’s pre-programmed workouts. PROGRA M NAM E DEFAUL T TIM E PROMP T INPU T DESCRIPTION GOAL+ TIME GOAL DISTANCE GOAL CALORIES GOAL TARGET HR WEIGHT LOSS HEART RATE+ FIT TEST 20 min N / A N / A 20 min 20 min 12 min Time, Weight Distance, Weight Calories, Weight Age, HR, Time, Weight Age, HR, Time, Weight Gender, Age, Level, Weight Time Goal sets exercise duration as the workout goal. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool-down phase and ends afterward. Distance Goal is designed to build endurance in a certain distance. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool-down phase, and ends afterward. Calories Goal is designed to burn a certain number of selected calories. Once the objective is met, the workout automatically goes into a cool-down phase and ends afterward. Target HR is a higher intensity workout for maintain - ing a heart rate to achieve maximum exercise results. The user must wear a heart rate chest strip, or keep hands on contact heart rate grips continuously. The program adjusts the intensity level, based on the actual heart rate, to maintain the rate at 80 percent of the theoretical maximum. Weight Loss is a low-intensity workout for burning the body’s fat reserves. The user must wear a heart rate chest strip, or keep hands on contact heart rate grips continuously. The program adjusts the intensity level, based on the actual heart rate, to maintain the rate at 65 percent of the theoretical maximum. Fit Test measures cardiovascular fitness and can be used to monitor improvements in your endurance. PROGRA M NAM E DEFAUL T TIM E PROMP T INPU T DESCRIPTION QUIC K STAR T WARM UP COOL DOWN MANUAL HILL INTERVAL RANDOM HILL INTERVAL+ MULTI FX+ N / A N / A N / A 20 min 20 min 20 min 20 min 20 min N / A Time Time Time, Weight Level, Time, Weight Time, Weight Watts, Time, Weight Level, Time, Weight Quick Start is the fastest way to begin exercising and bypasses the setup prompts. After pressing the QUICK START key, a constant-level workout begins. Warm-up is a low-intensity phase that brings the heart rate into the lower end of the target zone and increases respiration and blood flow to working muscles. Cool-down is a low-intensity phase that allows the body to begin removing lactic acid, and other exercise by-products, which build up in muscles and contrib - ute to soreness. Manual is a constant intensity level unless it is manually changed. Hill Interval is an efficient workout by alternating work intervals and recovery intervals. Random Hill is an interval training workout that occurs in no regular pattern or progression. CONSTANT WATTS RANDOM Constant Watts is designed to maintain your watts expenditure at a constant level by controlling pedal - ing resistance and prompting you to pedal at a speci - fied RPM. Watts level may vary above and below your target watts level during this program. Random is a workout of constantly changing intensity levels that occur in no regular pattern or progression.

30. CHAPTER 6: M ana G er ’ s C ustom M ode 6.1 LIST OF MANAGER’S CUSTOM MODE P 7 P 8 N/A 0 65,000 hrs N/A hour 30 sec 30 sec 180 sec 1 second ACCUMU- LATED TIME PAUSE TIME Accumulated time is not editable, but only for display. After the machine reaches the maximum time, it will reset to "0" automati - cally. This is the maximum time during which a workout can remain in pause mode. Restric - tions exist for the machine not equipped with a battery. P 9 P 10 P 11 P 12 P 13 P 14 P15 EL N/A N/A N/A MODEL SOFTWARE VERSION ERROR LOG METS LANGUAGE CB - Upright Bike RB - Recumbent Bike EL – Elliptical Trainer ST - Stepper Software version is not editable, but only for display. If this option is "ON", the METs prompt becomes an individual display in PROMPT AREA. If "OFF", there will be an alternate prompt in RPM and METs at the lower-right corner of the WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW. The function would clear all custom settings had stored on the unit and all settings return to manufacturer default value. Holding the Left and Right Arrow keys simultaneously to clear all custom settings values. N/A English N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A UNITS The measurement unit prompts for weight, distance, and speed. English English Metric N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A OFF ON OFF N/A N/A RESET ALL N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A The native language prompts in the INSTRUCTION CENTER. Error log is not editable, but only for display. Holding the Left and Right Arrow keys simultaneously to erase the error log. CUSTOM SETTING DEFAULT MINIMUM MAXIMUM UNIT STEP DESCRIPTION 28

28. 26 CHAPTER 5: O verlay d escription / e n G ineerin G m ode 5.6 USING FITNESS NETWORK The two RJ45 networking ports are equipped in both the upright and recumbent bike. These ports allow the bike to be connected to a fitness entertainment system and/or a fitness network, such as FitLinxx®. C-SAFE / CARDIO PORT The ports are located on the back of the console. The C-SAFE port enables the bike to upload user workout statistics to a fitness network database. The CARDIO port is compatible to entertainment protocol such as Cardio Theater® or BroadcastVision™. C-SAFE CARDIO C-SAFE CARDIO

9. 7 CHAPTER 3: S erial N umber L ocation UPRIGHT BIKE C8000 RECUMBENT BIKE R8000 3.1 SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION RECUMBENT BIKE R1x UPRIGHT BIKE C8000 RECUMBENT BIKE R8000 UPRIGHT BIKE U1x

22. 20 5.2 WORKOUT PARAMETER PROMPTS CHAPTER 5: O verlay d escription / e n G ineerin G m ode PROMPT DEFAULT MINIMUM MAXIMUM UNIT TIME LEVEL WEIGHT AGE DISTANCE CALORIES WATTS Heart Rate GENDER 20 1 68 / 150 30 5 / 3 500 150 n/a MALE 5 1 34 / 75 10 1 / 1 50 50 52 MALE 99 20 182 / 400 99 80 / 50 5000 350 200 FEMALE minute kg / lbs years old km / mile cal. watt beat NOTE: The workout time is a “countdown” display according to the default time or the maximum time that a user inputs. When the workout time is inputted as “0”, the time will count up from a zero to the maximum time. WORKOUT PARAMETER PROMPTS This section lists the default value and value range of workout parameters appeared in the PROMPT AREA, located in the bottom of WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW. Before an exercise session, each parameter prompt will appear here depending on different programs. This section lists the default value and value range of workout parameters appeared in the PROMPT AREA, located in the bottom of WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW. Before an exercise session, each parameter prompt will appear here depending on different programs. NOTE: The workout time is a “countdown” display according to the default time or the maximum time that a user inputs. When the workout time is inputted as “0”, the time will count up from a zero to the maximum time.

16. 14 4.5 EXPLODED DIAGRAM R1 x Z13 Z04 Z04 Z04 Z11 Z12 Z09 Z10 Z03 Z01 Z02 Z02 Z01 Z03 Z05 Z04 CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides

5. CHAPTER 2: S etup 3 2.1 GETTING STARTED Read the Owner’s Manual before setting up the Matrix bike. Place the unit where it will be used before beginning the setup procedure. 2.2 CHOOSING A LOCATION The site should be well-lit and well-ventilated. Place the bike on a structurally solid flat surface and kept a few feet from the wall or any equipment. If the site has a heavy plush carpet, to protect the carpeting and machinery, you should place a rigid plastic base under the unit. Please do not place the bike in an area of high humidity, such as the vicinity of a steam room, indoor pool, or sauna. Exposure to intensive water vapour or chlorine could adversely affect the electronics, as well as other parts of the machine. To make exercise a desirable daily activity for you, these two bikes should be in an attractive setting. 2.3 STABILIZING THE BIKE After positioning the bike in its intended location, check its stability by attempting to shake it side to side. Shaking or wobbling indicates that your bike needs to be leveled. Determine which leveler is not resting completely on the floor. Loosen the nut with one hand to allow the leveler to rotate. Rotate the left or right leveler, and repeat the adjustment as necessary until the bike is stable. Lock the adjustment by tightening the nut against the rear foot support. 2.4 ADJUSTING THE PEDAL STRAP The straps are designed to fit your individual foot size and should be adjusted tight enough to keep your feet from slipping. The pedals include spring-loaded clips for easy adjustment. To tighten the strap, pull down the open end of the strap. To loosen the strap, push down on the top of the clip and pull the strap up. Release the clip to lock in place. U1x R1x U1x U1x R1x R1x

7. 5 CHAPTER 2: S etup 2.7 UNPACKING THE BIKES The bike is carefully inspected before shipment so it should arrive in good operating condition. Matrix Fitness ships the unit in the following pieces: Hardwar e Ki t (A) (B) (D) (H) (G) (C) (E) (F) A) Main Frame Assembly B) Console Mast C) Rear Foot D) Handlebar Set E) Accessory Tray F) Console Set (inside the box) G) Seat H) Hardware Kit U1x Upright Bike

32. 30 CHAPTER 8: P roduct S pecifications *Product specifications are subject to change without notice . CONSOLE Display Screen Display Readout Programs On-the-fly Program Change Telemetric Receiver Contact HR Sensors Program Quick Keys One-Touch Quick Start Pause Time Language Options TECHNICAL DATA Resistance Technology Resistance Levels Drive System Stride Drive System Stride Length Dimensions (L×W×H) Product Weight Max User Weight Power Requirement SPECIAL FEATURES Handlebar Design Remote Operation Keys Pedals Integrated Reading Rack Accessory Tray ENTERTAINMENT SOLUTIONS Matrix ® LCD TV Mount Networking Capabilities Workout Profile Window – 7” blue backlit graphic LCD display Instruction Center – 14-character red LED alphanumeric display Informational Display – 3 numeric 7-segment display (3 sets) Time, Distance, Calories, Speed, Level, Watts, METS, Heart Rate, Profile Manual, Interval+(Hill Interval, Random Interval), Goal+(Time Goal, Distance Goal, Calories Goal), Multi FX+(Constant Watts, Random), Heart Rate+(Target HR, Weight Loss), Fit Test, Warm Up, Cool Down Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 30 seconds English, Italian, German, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Japanese JID™ generator 20 Two stage belt-driven Forward and reverse 48 cm / 19” 211 × 79 × 170 cm / 83” × 31” × 52” 168 kg / 370 lbs 182 kg / 400 lbs Self-powered Multi-position dual action arms Yes, equipped in the dual action arms Auto-positioning pedals with front safety fences Yes Yes Yes CSAFE-Ready, Finlinxx™ certified E1x *Product specifications are subject to change without notice . CONSOLE Display Screen Display Readout Programs On-the-fly Program Change Telemetric Receiver Contact HR Sensors Program Quick Keys One-Touch Quick Start Pause Time Language Options TECHNICAL DATA Resistance Technology Resistance Levels Drive System Seat Adjustments Dimension (L x W x H) Product Weight Max User Weight Power Requirement SPECIAL FEATURES Step-thru Design Handlebar Design Pedals Seat Design Ratcheting Seat Adjustment Remote Operation Keys Integrated Reading Rack Accessory Tray ENTERTAINMENT SOLUTIONS Matrix ® LCD TV Mount Networking Capabilities Workout Profile Window – 7” blue backlit graphic LCD display Instruction Center – 14-character red LED alphanumeric display Informational Display – 3 numeric 7-segment display (3 sets) Time, Distance, Calories, Speed, Level, Watts, METS, Heart Rate, Profile Manual, Interval+(Hill Interval, Random Hill), Goal+(Time Goal, Distance Goal, Calories Goal), Multi FX+(Constant Watts, Random), Heart Rate+(Target HR, Weight Loss), Fit Test, Warm Up, Cool Down Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 30 seconds English, Italian, German, Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Japanese JID™ hybrid generator 20 One stage belt-driven 12 positions 103 x 65 x 131 cm / 41” x 26” x 52” 63.5 kg / 140 lbs 182 kg / 400 lbs Self-powered N/A Yes Ergonomic elbow rests design with integrated contact HR handgrips Extra large pedals with ratcheted strap adjustments Contoured shape seat Comfort seat and stylish seat back Yes N/A N/A Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes U1x R1x Front stationary handlebars and racing handlebars integrated contact HR handgrips 167 x 68 x 128 cm / 66” x 27” x 50” 25 positions 85 kg / 188 lbs

31. CHAPTER 7: M aintenance MAINTENANCE The Matrix R1x/U1x are built for commercial use 12 hours a day and seven days a week. However, as a club manager or owner, you are responsible for cleaning and maintaining the unit’s integrity. If you fail to maintain the bike as described below, it could affect or void the Matrix limited warranty. NOTE: Safety of the equipment can be maintained only if the equipment is examined regularly for damage or wear. Keep the equipment out of use until defective parts are repaired or replaced. Pay special attention to parts that are subject to wear, such as display console, console mounting screws, handrails, link arms, pedal arms and pedals. 7.1 DAILY INSPECTION Look and listen for loose fasteners, unusual noises, and any other indications that the equipment may be in need of service. If you notice any of these, obtain service. 7.2 DAILY MAINTENANCE Matrix Fitness recommends the R1x/U1x be cleaned before and after each workout. The following daily maintenance tips will keep your unit operating at peak performance: 1) Use a damp, soft cloth with water or mild liquid detergent to clean all exposed surfaces. DO NOT use ammonia, chlorine, or acid-based cleaners. 2) Keep the display console free of fingerprints and salt build-up caused by sweat. 3) Frequently vacuum the floor underneath the unit to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt, which can affect the smooth operation of the unit. 7.3 MONTHLY MAINTENANCE Perform the following services each month, or as needed: 1) Check that the console, handrails, link arms, pedal arms and pedals are secure. 7.4 RECYCLING THE BATTERY When the Matrix bike is about to be discarded at the end of its useful life, the rechargeable battery must first be removed and recycled. If the bike is being equipped with the battery. To access the battery, unscrew the cover on the back of the console. To remove the battery, disconnect the cable. 29

8. 6 CHAPTER 2: S etup Hardwar e Ki t (K) (L) (A) (J) (I) (F) (D) (B) (C) (E) (G) (H) A) Main Frame Assembly B) Front Handlebar Set C) Console Mast D) Console Set E) Seat F) Seat Back G) Seat Back Cover H) Accessory Tray I) Rear Handlebar Set J) Rear Foot K) Seat Frame L) Hardware Kit 2.7 UNPACKING THE BIKES The bike is carefully inspected before shipment so it should arrive in good operating condition. Matrix Fitness ships the unit in the following pieces: R1x Recumbent Bike

27. 25 CHAPTER 5: O verlay d escription / e n G ineerin G m ode 5.5 WORKOUT SETUP STEPS HEART RATE + A) TARGET HR / WEIGHT LOSS 1) Repeatedly Press the “HEART RATE+” key to select “TARGET HR” or “WEIGHT LOSS”, and then press SELECT 2) “SELECT AGE” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) “SELECT HR” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 5) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 6) Press START to begin the workout. B) FIT TEST 1) “SELECT GENDER” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 2) “SELECT AGE” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) “SELECT LEVEL” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 5) Press START to begin the workout. The tables below list fit test results: Male Rating Age Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category Very Poor Poor Fair Good Excellent Superior 15 – 19 20 – 29 30 – 39 40 – 49 50 – 59 60 + < 35.0 < 33.0 < 31.5 < 30.2 < 26.1 < 20.5 35.0 – 38.3 33.0 – 36.4 31.5 – 35.4 30.2 – 33.5 26.1 – 30.9 20.5 – 26.0 38.4 – 45.1 36.5 – 42.4 35.5 – 40.9 33.6 – 38.9 31.0 – 35.7 26.1 – 32.2 45.2 – 50.9 42.5 – 46.4 41.0 – 44.9 39.0 – 43.7 35.8 – 40.9 32.3 – 36.4 51.0 – 55.9 46.5 – 52.4 45.0 – 49.4 43.8 – 48.0 41.0 – 45.3 36.5 – 44.2 > 55.9 > 52.4 > 49.4 > 48.0 > 45.3 > 44.2 Female Rating Age Estimated VO2 Max (ml/kg/min) Per Age Category Very Poor Poor Fair Good Excellent Superior 15 – 19 20 – 29 30 – 39 40 – 49 50 – 59 60 + <25.0 <23.6 <22.8 <21.0 <20.2 <17.5 25.0 – 30.9 23.6 – 28.9 22.8 – 26.9 21.0 – 24.4 20.2 – 22.7 17.5 – 20.1 31.0 – 34.9 29.0 – 32.9 27.0 – 31.4 24.5 – 28.9 22.8 – 26.9 20.2 – 24.4 35.0 – 38.9 33.0 – 36.9 31.5 – 35.6 29.0 – 32.8 27.0 – 31.4 24.5 - 30.2 39.0 - 41.9 37.0 - 41.0 35.7 - 40.0 32.9 - 36.9 31.5 - 35.7 30.3 - 31.4 >41.9 >41.0 >40.0 >36.9 >35.7 >31.4 FIT TEST’S RESULT FOR FEMALE FIT TEST’S RESULT FOR MALE

29. 27 CHAPTER 6: M ana G er ’ s C ustom M ode 6.1 LIST OF MANAGER’S CUSTOM MODE The Manager’s Custom Mode allow the club owner to customize the bike for the club. To enter the Manager’s Custom Mode, press and hold down the “ LEVEL ARROW keys “ . Continue to hold down these two keys until the INSTRUCTION CENTER displays “MANAGER MENU”. 1. To scroll through the list of Manager’s Custom Mode, use the “ LEFT / RIGHT ARROW keys ”, or “ LEVEL ARROW keys ”. The INSTRUCTION CENTER will display, in turn, each of custom settings. 2. To select a custom mode, press the SELECT key to enter. 3. To change the value of the setting, use the “ LEFT / RIGHT ARROW keys ”, or “ LEVEL ARROW keys ”.z 4. To confirm and save the value of the setting, press the QUICK START key. “ SETTING SAVED ” will appear in the INSTRUCTION CENTER . To exit the setting without saving, press the RESET key within 5 seconds, or if there is no key pressed, the system will resume automatically. LIST OF MANAGER’S CUSTOM MODES: P 0 P 1 P 2 P 3 P 4 P 5 P 6 99 mi n 20 mi n 1 68kg / 150lbs N/A 20 mi n 5 mi n 1 34kg / 75lb s 0 99 mi n minute max. time 1 0 182kg / 400lb s 104,000 km / 65,000 mile MAXIMUM TIME DEFAULT TIME DEFAULT LEVEL MAXIMUM LEVEL DEFAULT WEIGHT DEFAULT AGE ACCUMU- LATED DISTANCE CUSTOM SETTING DEFAULT MINIMUM MAXIMUM UNIT STEP DESCRIPTION Control the default program time. Control the starting resistance level for all programs. Control the default weight used in calorie calculations. Set to default unit change (kilograms or pounds). Displayed in native units. Enable fitness club managers to set the program maximum workout duration limits during peak and non-peak hours of club traffic. Active variable displayed in the TIME display after change. Enable to set maximum resistance level for all programs. Control the default users age used in target heart rate calculations. 1 minute 1 1 1 n/a 20 1 2 0 n/a 30 10 99 age kg/lbs 1 1 N/A km / mile Accumulated distance is not editable, but only for display. Displayed in native units (miles or kilometers). After the equipment reaches the maximum distance, it will reset to "0" automatically.

12. 10 4.3 ASSEMBLY STEPS U1 x REAR FOOT 1) Install the rear foot in position at the rear of the bike with the mating holes in the frame bracket. Insert the four bolts ( Z01 ) through the frame bracket and rear foot. Using the #6 Allen Wrench ( Z31 ) tighten the screws completely. PEDALS 1) Install the pedals on the pedal cranks using the Open Wrench ( Z32 ). The Matrix logo of the pedal strap must point upward. NOTE : Be careful to align the threads correctly to avoid damage. A little grease on the threads should help the pedals to screw in easily and cor - rectly. Turn the left pedal spindle counterclockwise when threading into the crank arm, and turn the right pedal Z10 Z07 Z04 Z03 Z04 N22 Water-holder Bracket Z01 STEP 1 CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides 1) Remove the nuts from the bottom of the seat. Attach the seat to the seat post with the nuts you just removed. Tighten them with the Open Wrench ( Z32 ). Z10 Z07 Z04 Z03 Z04 N22 Water-holder Bracket Z01 STEP 2

19. 17 4.6 ASSEMBLY STEPS R1 x SEATBACK COVER 1) Attach the seatback cover to the seatback . CONSOLE MAST 1) Secure the upper console mast to the lower console mast using the four screws ( Z04 ). Alternately tighten each bolt using the #5 Allen Wrench. Check the console mast to make sure it is securely fastened. Z04 Z04 Z04 STEP 5 HANDLEBAR 1) Mount the upper handlebars to the console mast using four screws ( Z04 ). Tighten with the #5 Allen Wrench ( Z32 ). CONSOLE 1) Remove the four mounting bolts from the back of the console . Connect the wire harnesses and heart rate wires that come from the console mast into the plugs located in the back of the console . Attach the console to the mast with the four bolts removed earlier. Z04 Z04 Z04 STEP 6

17. 15 4.6 ASSEMBLY STEPS R1 x REAR FOOT 1) Install the rear foot in position at the rear of the bike with the mating holes in the frame bracket. Insert the four screws ( Z04 ) through the frame bracket and rear foot . Using the #5 Allen Wrench ( Z32 ) tighten the screws securely. PEDALS 1) Install the pedals on the pedal cranks using the Open Wrench ( Z31 ). The Matrix logo on the pedal strap must point upward. NOTE : Be careful to align the threads correctly to avoid damage. A little grease on the threads should help the pedals to screw in easily and correctly. Turn the left pedal spindle counter clockwise when threading into the crank arm, and turn the right pedal spindle clockwise when threading into the crank arm. Z04 Z05 L R STEP 1 1) Pull the heart rate wire through the hole in the bottom of the seat frame , and make sure the wire get through the tunnel of the plate. Mount the seat handlebars to the seat frame by using three socket-flat-head screws ( Z05 ). Z04 Z05 L R STEP 2 CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides

6. 4 CHAPTER 2: S etup 2.5 ADJUSTING THE SEAT RECUMBENT BIKE R1x While seated on the R1x, an optimum position will allow movement through the bottom of the stroke without locking the knees or shifting in the seat. The knees should have a slight bend at the point of fullest leg extension. If the seat needs to be adjusted, lift the spring-loaded seat lever on the right side of the seat to make adjustments. Slide the seat forward or backward to desired location. Release the spring-loaded seat lever and gently attempt to rock forward and backward to assure it is locked in place. Check the seat distance again and re-adjust it if necessary. UPRIGHT BIKE U1x To determine whether or not the seat requires adjustment, sit on it and place the foot ankle on the pedals. The knee should bend slightly when the pedal is at the lowest point of its rotation. It should be possible to pedal without locking the knees or shifting in the seat. The U1x features a vertical ratchet seat adjustment system, which makes it easy and safe to change the height of the seat quickly. To raise the seat, pull the seat upward to the desired height, and let it lock in place. Test and re-adjust the seat height as necessary. To lower the seat, first get off the bike. Holding the seat, pull out the seat post knob. Let the seat slide down to the desired height and release the seat post knob. Test and re-adjust the seat height as necessary. C-SAFE CARDIO BATTERY 2.6 SELF POWERED FEATURES On the bikes, the user’s pedaling generates the power to initialize and display information on the monitor. A minimum of 30 RPM (revolutions per minute) is required to start and maintain enough power to keep the monitor functional. If the minimum RPM is not maintained, the monitor will begin to shutdown. The U1x and R1x are able to extend time to display the monitor, at the minimum RPM not maintained, if the bikes are equipped with the battery. The bike saves its battery charge by moving into a shutdown mode whenever PEDAL FASTER appears on the display. NOTE : The battery is not equipped with the bike for a standard specification. If your bike equipped with the battery receives inconsistent use, or long time periods between use, the battery may require recharging. The adapter is an optional accessory for recharging the unit. To purchase the optional battery and adapter please contact Matrix Fitness or your local dealer. SYMPTOMS OF A LOW BATTERY If the bike has not been used for an extended period of time, the battery may require recharging. Symptoms of a low battery can include: • A “LOW BATTERY” message will appear on the monitor • Backlighting on the LCD display will be disabled • No one uses the bike for an extended period of time. If the battery must be recharged, use the optional power adapter charging unit. The charger should be connected to the bike for a minimum of eight hours to ensure a thorough charge. If LOW BATTERY still appears on the display after full charging, the battery could be extinct. Please check with an authorized service technician for replacing the battery. REPLACING THE BATTERY The unit’s battery is built to last for a long time. However, if you feel that the battery may need replacing, check with an authorized service technician. CAUTION : The battery stored inside the unit contains hazardous materials to the environment. Proper disposal of the battery is required by the law. U1x R1x

21. 19 CHAPTER 5: O verlay d escription / e n G ineerin G m ode A) WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW: During a workout, this window displays shapes, made of triangle columns of lights, which represent the levels of intensity in a workout-in-progress. The height of the furthest column is proportional to the current level of the intensity. Information will cycle every 30 seconds. B) INSTURCTION CENTER: This window displays step-by-step instructions for setting up a workout. C) INFORMATIONAL DISPLAY: During a workout, three sets of numbers, including Speed, Time and Distance, display statistics about the progress of the workout. D) PROGRAM PLUS™ KEYS Press the key to select one of the workouts. The program key with a symbol of plus “+” represents additional workout options. Press this key repeatedly for similar workout options. E) LEVEL ARROW KEYS During a workout, pressing the UP or DOWN arrow can adjust intensity levels. F) RIGHT / LEFT ARROW KEYS A pair of RIGHT and LEFT arrows is located on the side of SELECT. Use arrows, when setting up a workout, to change workout parameters displayed on the LCD console, such as length of workout, weight, age, heart rate, and intensity level. In addition, the pair of RIGHT and LEFT arrows is corresponding to the arrows in the LCD display. G) QUICK START Press QUICK START to begin your workout immediately, without having to select a workout program. H) RESET PAUSE : If you need to PAUSE your program during a workout, stop pedaling. It will PAUSE your program for 30 seconds. Pressing START will return you to your workout. NOTE : Pause time is only available for ellipticals equipped with the battery. RESET : If you need to RESET the console during your workout, you can do so by holding down the RESET button for three seconds, or until the display resets. 5.1 CONSOLE DISPLAY A B C E F G H D

25. 23 CHAPTER 5: O verlay d escription / e n G ineerin G m ode 5.4 WORKOUT TIPS 1) Matrix Fitness strongly recommends seeing your physician for a complete physical examination before beginning any fitness program. Know your physician-recommended heart rate target zone. If, at any time while exercising, you experiences faintness, dizziness, pain, or shortness of breathe, you must stop immediately. 2) To mount the bike, grasp the front stationary handlebars and place your feet on the pedals. When you are comfortably situated, begin pedaling. To dismount the bike, stop pedaling, grasp the front stationary handlebars and get off the unit. 3) It is highly recommended that you always incorporate the warm-up and cool-down period into your workout. Warm-up brings the heart rate into the lower end of the target zone and increases respiration and blood flow to working muscles. Cool-down takes time for a user’s heart rate to return to a resting state after vigorous exercise and reduces the amount of lactic acid in muscle tissue. 5.5 WORKOUT SETUP STEPS Different bike workouts require different setup procedures. This section provides details for settling up any workout program. 1) Begin to pedal the bike. 2) Use the PROGRAM PLUS™ KEYS to enter the program, or use RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys to scroll to desired program. The program name is displayed in the PROMPT AREA. 3) Use the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys to scroll to desired parameter values displayed in the PROMPT AREA. 4) Press the SELECT key to confirm each selection. Follow the steps to set up each workout. NOTE: The PROGRAM PLUS™ KEYS with a symbol of plus “+” have couple of similar workout options included. Press the key repeatedl y to select the desired program. Or, press the program key once and use RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys to scroll to the desired program. QUICK START Press the “QUICK START” key and the WORKOUT PROFILE WINDOW will display “3, 2, 1, GO!” The workout begins at the default intensity level, and the workout time counts up from “0” to the maximum workout time. WARM UP 1) Press the “WARM-UP” key to enter the program. 2) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) Press START to begin a warm-up. COOL DOWN 1) Press the “COOL-DOWN” key to enter the program. 2) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) Press START to begin a cool-down. MANUAL 1) Press the “MANUAL” key to enter the program. 2) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) Press START to begin the workout.

13. 11 4.3 ASSEMBLY STEPS U1 x 1) Secure the upper console mast to the lower console mast using four bolts ( Z01 ). Alternately tighten each bolt using the #6 Allen Wrench. Check the console mast to make sure it is securely fastened. Z01 Z01 Z08 Z01 STEP 3 HANDLEBAR SET 1) Feed the heart rate wires of the handlebar through the small hole located in the front of the console mast . Pull these wires up through the hole at the top of the console mast . Attach the handlebar to the console mast using four bolts ( Z01 ). Tighten with the #6 Allen Wrench ( Z31 ). CONSOLE 1) Remove the four mounting bolts from the back of the console with the Phillips Screwdriver ( Z33 ). Plug in the wire harness and the two heart rate wires to the back of the console . Attach the console to the console mast with the four bolts removed earlier in this step. ACCESSORY TRAY 1) Attach the accessory tray to the console mast using two screws ( Z08 ). Tighten them with the Phillips Screwdriver ( Z33 ). Z01 Z01 Z08 Z01 STEP 4 CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides

26. 24 CHAPTER 5: O verlay d escription / e n G ineerin G m ode 5.5 WORKOUT SETUP STEPS INTERVAL + A) HILL INTERVAL 1) Repeatedly Press the “INTERVAL+” key to select “HILL INTERVAL”, and then press SELECT. 2) “SELECT LEVEL” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 5) Press START to begin the workout. B) RANDOM HILL 1) Repeatedly Press the “INTERVAL+” key to select “RANDOM HILL”, and then press SELECT. 2) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) Press START to begin the workout. MULTI FX + A) CONSTANT WATTS 1) Repeatedly Press the “MULTI FX+” key to select “CONSTANT WATTS”, and then press SELECT. 2) “SELECT WATTS” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 5) Press START to begin the workout. B) RANDOM 1) Repeatedly Press the “MULTI FX+” key to select “RANDOM ”, and then press SELECT. 2) “SELECT LEVEL” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 5) Press START to begin the workout. GOAL + A) TIME GOAL 1) 1) Repeatedly Press the “GOAL+” key to select “TIME GOAL”, and then press SELECT. 2) 2) “SELECT TIME” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) 3) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) 4) Press START to begin the workout. B) DISTANCE GOAL 1) 1) Repeatedly Press the “GOAL+” key to select “DISTANCE GOAL”, and then press SELECT. 2) 2) “SELECT DISTANCE” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) 3) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) 4) Press START to begin the workout. C) CALORIES GOAL 1) 1) Repeatedly Press the “GOAL+” key to select “CALORIES GOAL”, and then press SELECT. 2) 2) “SELECT CALORIES” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 3) 3) “SELECT WEIGHT” using the RIGHT / LEFT ARROW keys, and then press SELECT. 4) 4) Press START to begin the workout.

3. C HAPTER 1: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS PAGE # 1.1 Before Getting Started .................................................................................................... 1.2 Proper Usage ................................................................................................................. 1.3 Read and Save These Instructions ................................................................................... C HAPTER 2: SETUP 2.1 Getting Started .............................................................................................................. 2.2 Choosing a Location ....................................................................................................... 2.3 Stabilizing the Bike ........................................................................................................ 2.4 Adjusting the Pedal Strap ............................................................................................... 2.5 Adjusting the Seat ......................................................................................................... 2.6 Self Powered Features..................................................................................................... 2.7 Unpacking the Bikes....................................................................................................... CHAPTER 3: SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION 3.1 R1x Recumbent .................................................................................................................... 3.1 U1x Upright .......................................................................................................................... CHAPTER 4: BIKE PARTS & ASSEMBLY GUIDES 4.1 Fasteners and Assembly Tools U1x ............................................................................................ 4.2 Exploded Diagram U1x ............................................................................................................ 4.3 Assembly Steps U1x ............................................................................................................... 4.4 Fasteners and Assembly Tools R1x ............................................................................................ 4.5 Exploded Diagram R1x ............................................................................................................ 4.6 Assembly Steps R1x ............................................................................................................... CHAPTER 5: OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / ENGINEERING MODE 5.1 Console Display ....................................................................................................................... 5.2 Workout Parameter Prompts ..................................................................................................... 5.3 Workout Overviews ................................................................................................................... 5.4 Workout Tips ........................................................................................................................... 5.5 Workout Setup Steps ............................................................................................................... 5.6 Using Fitness Networking ......................................................................................................... CHAPTER 6: MANAGER’S CUSTOM MODE 6.1 List of Manager’s Custom Mode ................................................................................................ CHAPTER 7: MAINTENANCE 7.1 Daily Inspection ....................................................................................................................... 7.2 Daily Maintenance ................................................................................................................... 7.3 Monthly Maintenance .............................................................................................................. 7.4 Recycling the Battery .............................................................................................................. CHAPTER 8: Product Specifications T ABLE OF C ONTENTS 02 02 02 03 03 03 03 04 04 05 07 07 08 09 10 13 14 15 19 20 21 23 26 27 29 29 29 29 30 1

18. 16 4.6 ASSEMBLY STEPS R1 x CHAPTER 4: B ike p arts and a ssembly G uides 1) Install the seat rail on the seat adjustment bracket using the four washers ( Z10 ) and screws ( Z09 ). Tighten them with the #5 Allen Wrench ( Z32 ). 2) Connect the wire harness from the seat handlebar to the wire harness coming from the seat frame . 3) Slide the seat adjustment handle between the teeth of the seat adjustment bracket . Z09 Z10 Z11 Z12 Z02 Z01 Z03 Z13 Z03 Z01 Z02 STEP 3 ACCESSORY 1) Secure the accessory tray to the seat handlebar with two button-head screws ( Z13 ). Be careful when inserting the bolts to clear the wires inside the handlebar to prevent damage. Tighten with the Philips screwdriver ( Z34 ). SEAT AND SEATBACK 1) Mount the seat to the seat frame with four arc washers ( Z02 ), spring washers ( Z01 ) and socket button-head screws ( Z03 ). Tighten with the #5 Allen Wrench ( Z32 ). Mount the seatback to the seat frame with four arc washers ( Z02 ), spring washers ( Z01 ) and socket button-head screws ( Z03 ). Tighten with the #5 Allen Wrench ( Z32 ). Z09 Z10 Z11 Z12 Z02 Z01 Z03 Z13 Z03 Z01 Z02 STEP 4

4. 2 1.1 BEFORE GETTING STARTED It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser of Matrix Fitness Systems products to instruct all individuals, whether they are the end user or supervising personnel, on proper usage of the equipment. It is recommended that all users of Matrix Fitness Systems exercise equipment be informed of the following information prior to its use. 1.2 PROPER USAGE • Do not use the equipment in any way other than designed or intended by the manufacturer. It is imperative that all Matrix Fitness Systems equipment is used properly to avoid injury. • Keep hands and feet clear of moving parts at all times to avoid injury. • Unsupervised children must be kept away from this equipment. • Do not wear loose clothing while on equipment. 1.3 READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS This bike is intended for commercial use. To ensure your safety and protect the equipment, read all instructions before operating the Matrix bike. • Use the bike for its intended purpose as described in this manual. Do not use attachments that have not been recommended by the manufacturer. • Never drop or insert any object into any opening of the product. If an object drops inside, carefully retrieve it while the unit is not in use. If the item cannot be reached, contact Matrix Fitness or the authorized dealers. • Never operate the bike if it is not working properly, or if it has been damaged or immersed in water. Return the bike to Matrix Fitness or the authorized dealers for examination and repair. • Keep hands and feet clear at all times from moving parts to avoid injury. • Do not reach into, or underneath the unit, and do not tip the unit on its side during operation. • Do not use the Matrix bikes outside, near swimming pools or in areas of high humidity. • Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or when oxygen is being administered. • Do not use this product in bare feet. Do not wear shoes with heels, leather soles, cleats or spikes while exercising. • Do not remove the side covers. Service should only be done by an authorized service technician. • Close supervision is necessary when used near children, invalids or disabled people. • When the bike is in use, young children and pets should be kept at least three meters / ten feet away. • Assemble and operate the unit on a solid, level surface. Locate the unit at least one meter / three feet of clearance from any obstructions, including walls and furniture. • Never face backward while using the Matrix bike. • Use the stationary handlebars to mount or dismount the bike. • Do not wear any clothing that might catch on any moving parts of this bike. CAUTION : If you experience chest pain, nausea, dizziness or shortness of breath, STOP exercising immediately and consult a physician before continuing. CAUTION : Any changes or modifications to this equipment could void the product warranty. CHAPTER 1: I mportant S afety I nstructions

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