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8. Wireless Commercial Computer - PRO 1.0 Article no. ST02 01 20 Article no. 02 01 20 Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 8 Optional accessory wireless commercial computer page 8 - 18

30. Monthly maintenance Checklist Bike No. Production code Observations Action Taken Result Name / date Bi-Weekly maintenance Checklist Bike No. Production code Observations Action Taken Result Name / date Version 1.1 SBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 30 MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY AND REQUIRED SCHEDULE

36. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 36 Rear Stabilizer 02 11 05 B Front Stabilizer 02 11 E 02 11 02 E 08 02 11 06 02 11 B 02 11 A 02 11 01 E 08 SPARE PARTS

34. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 34 02 01 20 The wireless commercial computer is an optional accessory available for the E-Series Indoor Cycle Pop pin adjustment knobs 02 99 02 10 HB 02 10 B LS SPARE PARTS

18. Version 1.1 2010EB Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 18 The batteries must not: • come in contact with fire • come in contact with coins or other metal objects • be used together with older batteries • be used with other makes or different types. If you don ́t use the equipment for a prolonged period of time, please remove the batteries to avoid any damage by leaking or corroding batteries. If batteries have discharged, remove all residue immediately and insert new batteries into the computer. If you come into contact with residue, avoid contact with eyes and wash hands thoroughly. If possible please use rechargeable batteries to help save the environment. Before scrapping, please take the batteries out of the computer. When using rechargable Batteries, please make sure they deliver 1,5 V output. Signed products or batteries with this symbol may not be disposed of in the normal domestic refuse. Please become informed about relevant local laws or guidelines for the disposal of electrical devices and batteries. And act accordingly. BEFORE YOU START & HOW TO OPERATE

32. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 32 Handlebar 02 30 01 AL Flywheel 02 40 H L 02 40 02 02 40 08 E LS 10 02 40 H SPARE PARTS

17. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 17 Sun button Flow button heart rate - actual heart rate - average cadence/RPM - average cadence/RPM - actual training information training time mile/km (presetting) scan functionality for time, distance and calories distance calorie consumption WARNING! Heart rate monitoring systems may be inaccurate. Over exercising may result in serious injury or death. If you feel faint stop exercising immediately. BEFORE YOU START & HOW TO OPERATE ENG ESP

2. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Important precautions page 3 Before you begin page 4 How to assemble the LIVESTRONG E-Series page 5-7 Wireless Onboard Computer & part list (optional accessory) page 8-9 Channel Setting & battery installation (optional accessory) page 10-11 Transmitter & computer assembly (optional accessory) page 12-13 Signal distribution of heart rate & cadence (optional accessory) page 14 Technical specifications & features (optional accessory) page 15 Before you start & how to operate (optional accessory) page 16-18 Initial install checks page 19 How to adjust the LIVESTRONG E-Series page 20 Pedal strap adjustment page 20 Saddle height adjustment page 20 Saddle horizontal adjustment page 21 Handlebar adjustment page 22 Resistance adjustment page 23 How to move the LIVESTRONG E-Series page 23 Preventative maintenance page 24 Daily maintenance page 24 Weekly maintenance page 24 Bi-Weekly maintenance page 25 Monthly maintenance page 26-27 Belt drive system page 28 Maintenance activity plan & check lists page 29-30 Explosion drawings of structural components page 31-36 Spare part reference list page 37 Limited warranty page 38 Technical specifications: The LIVESTRONG E-Series Bike is according to EN 957 a Class S product for professional and / or commercial use. Such training equipment is intended for the use in training areas of organizations such as fitness clubs or sport associations, where access and control is specially regulated by the person who has the legal responsibility. Foot print: 55 x 115 cm / 21.7 x 45.3 inch Weight of bike: 47 kg / 103 lbs Max saddle height: 115 cm / 45.3 inch Max handlebar height: 115 cm / 45.3 inch Max user weight: 130 kg / 287 lbs The Bike is designed to accommodate most users from 150 to 205 cm / 59.1 to 81.7 inch body height .

31. SPARE PARTS Brake Parts 02 50 A 02 50 06 02 50 04 02 50 03 A 02 50 05 Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 31 02 40 C S 08 02 40 CRMO L E 08 02 40 90 02 40 BE 02 40 C MD20 08 02 40 CRMO R E 08 02 40 C 2RS Drive Gear Parts ENG ESP

35. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 35 Saddle Support 0121 E LS 02 21 AK 02 21 01 AL (complete assembly) 02 10 G Pedals 01 40 A 2 02 20 02 SPARE PARTS ENG ESP

29. MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY AND REQUIRED SCHEDULE Activity Rotation Details found on Examples of maintenance Plan charts for in house service technicians: Weekly maintenance Checklist Bike No. Production code Observations Action taken Result Name / date Version 1.1 SBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 29 Feet levelling, disinfection and cleaning of the bike daily page 23 Servicing brake pads, detailed cleaning of the entire bike weekly page 24 Check emergency brake function bi-weekly page 25 Clean and lubricate saddle and handlebar sliders / posts bi-weekly page 25-26 Check adjustment knobs monthly page 26 Check brake pad for signs of wear monthly page 27 Check brake system, lubricate monthly page 27 Check pedals, toe clip and straps for signs of wear monthly page 27 Check all connections and fixings if they are secure and correct ly tightened monthly page 27 Check belt drive train monthly page 28 ENG ESP

10. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 10 1 1 2 default setting The channel transmitting the cadence signal from the transmitter to the computer console is pre set. A sticker on the housing indicates the preset channel on computer & transmitter. The channel can manually be changed. To avoid cross reading please assure a clearance of 52`` (1,3m) between components set on identical channels or simply swap to another channel. To assure that the digital cadence signal is synchronized, please assure that the channel setting on the computer console corresponds with the setting of the cadence transmitter on the front fork. Please view picture no. 2 and 3. 2 1 The use of rechargable batteries may lead to male function of the computer and transmitter units due to a voltage lesser than 1,5V CHANNEL SETTING & BATTERIE INSTALLATION hand tight 2x 1x 1x PZ 2

33. Frame 02 10 A 02 20 04 2004 RA E Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 33 02 42 01 E 08 02 42 03 E LS 10 02 99 03 02 42 02 E LS 10 02 42 04 Chain Guard 02 99 02 02 10 A 02 99 11 (optional) 02 99 10 (optional) SPARE PARTS ENG ESP

1. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 1 CAUTION ! Read all precautions and instructions in this manual before using this equipment. Keep this manual for future reference. Improper assembly, maintenance or use can void the warranty terms. LIVESTRONG E-series model no. 2010 EB LS Manufactured by: Indoorcycling Group GmbH Happurger Str. 84-88 90482 Nuremberg | Germany www.indoorcycling.com [email protected] MATRIX Fitness Systems Corp . 1610 Landmark Drive Cottage Grove, WI 53527 Toll-free: 866.693.4863 Local: 608.839.8686 www.matrixfitness.com ENG ESP

4. BEFORE YOU BEGIN Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 4 You will find the production code on the left side of the LIVESTRONG E-Seriess within the lower range of the frame. Please register to these in servicing and maintenance lists. Emergency Brake & Resistance Knob Saddle T- Lock Handle Adjustment Knob Pedal / Toe Clip Chain Guard Maintenance Cover Handlebar Adjustment Knob Brake Pad Flywheel Transport Wheel Levelling Feet Dear customer, Congratulations for selecting the LIVESTRONG E-Series. The LIVESTRONG indoor cycle offers an impressive array of features designed to enhance cardiovascular fitness, tone muscles, and develop endurance. Whether users are beginners or experienced athletes, the LIVESTRONG E-Series offers workouts that will help users to reach their individual fitness goals. IMPORTANT: Read this manual carefully before assembling or using the indoorcycle. If you have questions after reading this manual, please contact your local distributor or refer to the website www.indoorcycling.com. Before reading further, please familiarize yourself with the parts that are labeled in the drawing below.

3. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 3 IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS WARNING! To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the following important precautions and information before operating the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that all users of the LIEVSTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle are informed of all warnings and precautions. Operate and maintain the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle only as described in this manual. Do not operate the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle until it is properly assembled (see page 5-8). Keep the bike indoors, away from moisture and dust. Do not place the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle in a garage or covered patio or near water. Place the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle on a level surface. To protect the floor or carpet from damage, place a mat beneath the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle. Make sure that there is adequate room around the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle to mount, dismount, and operate it. Regularly inspect and properly tighten all parts of the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle as recommended in this manual. Please replace defective parts immediately and do not use the bike until repair is performed. Only use original parts from the manufacturer. Children under the age of 14 should only be allowed use of the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle with parental consent and guided by a specially trained instructor. The LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle should not be used by persons weighing more than 290 pounds (130 kg). Always wear appropriate athletic clothes and shoes while operating the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle. Do not wear loose clothes that could become caught on the LIVESTRONG E- Series Indoor Cycle or shoes with loose laces. Before using the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle, make sure that you are familiar with the operation of the Indoor Cycle ( see pages 8-11 ). The LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle does not have an independently moving flywheel (wheel); the pedals will continue to move together with the flywheel until the flywheel stops. Always regulate the flywheel resistance so that your pedalling motion is controlled (see page 11). Keep your back straight while using the LIVESTRONG E-Series Indoor Cycle; do not arch your back. If you feel pain or dizziness while exercising, stop immediately, rest and cool down. If replacement parts are needed, use only manufacturer supplied parts. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. WARNING : Before beginning any exercise program, consult your physician. This is especially important for persons over the age of 35 or persons with pre-existing health problems. Read all instructions before using. Be aware that incorrect or extensive training may result in serious health injuries. The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property damage sustained by or through the use of this product. ENG ESP

6. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 6 5 6 7 STOP mark HOW TO ASSEMBLE LIVESTRONG E-Series SW 17mm SW 14mm 3mm hand tight 2x 15mm Pedal Wrench 1x Make sure the seat is fixed properly in a LEVEL HORIZONTAL position and securely tigthend !

21. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 21 Saddle horizontal adjustment: Proper horizontal adjustment of the saddle is very important in avoiding injury to the knees. Sit on the saddle and move the pedals until the crank arms are in horizontal position. Using your forward most leg as a marker, your knee cap should be directly above the center of the pedal so that a straight line is created between knee and center of the pedal (see the dotted line in image below) . To adjust the horizontal position of the saddle, first dismount the LIVESTRONG E-Series. Next, loosen the rear adjustment knob, slide the saddle forward or backward as required, and then retighten the knob. HOW TO ADJUST THE LIVESTRONG E-Series ENG ESP

26. 3 1 A Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Grou p GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 26 3. To maintain the easy adjustability of the handlebar post, the handlebar post should be cleaned and lubricated. First, turn the front adjust- ment knob counter clockwise and slide the handlebar post out of the frame. Apply a small amount of lubricant spray to a lint-free cloth, and clean the handlebar post (C) . Next, apply a small amount of lubricant spray inside of the front frame sleeve. Then, reinsert the handlebar post into the frame and adjust it to the desired height. Monthly maintenance: 1. To maintain the smooth function of the adjust- ment knobs controlling the handlebar and saddle, the metal threads (A) on the adjustment knobs must be lubricated. C PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE

11. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 11 3 4 2 2 The use of rechargable batteries may lead to male function of the computer and trans - mitter units due to a voltage lesser than 1,5V CHANNEL SETTING & BATTERIE INSTALLATION hand tight 2x 1x 1x PZ 2 ENG ESP

5. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 5 1 3 4 2 Assure that plastic gasket is placed between stabilizer and frame. Assure that plastic gasket is placed between stabilizer and frame. Assure that black rubber washer is placed between upper frame and bolt/washer. Assure that black rubber washer is placed between upper frame and bolt/washer. Please assure that nuts are tightened with significant strength to minimize loosening during use. HOW TO ASSEMBLE LIVESTRONG E-Series SW 17mm SW 14mm 3mm hand tight 2x 15mm Pedal Wrench 1x ENG ESP

12. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 12 5 6 5 sensor 2 Magnet Magnet Screws are made of plastic in order to avoid rust point. Do not overtighten and strip the head. sensor TRANSMITTER & COMPUTER ASSEMBLY hand tight 2x 1x 1x PZ 2

14. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 14 9 10 120º digital cadence signal distribution 45º 130 cm 52 inch analog heart rate signal distribution r a bike 1 bike 2 bike 3 cross reading no cross reading 120 cm 48 inch SIGNAL DISTRIBUTION

15. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 15 Specifications Technical Features: • Wireless data transmission only via chest belt (16 channel digital cadence and analog heart rate 5,4khz ± 10%) • Compatible with analog Polar ® heart rate transmission (integrated chest belt receiver) • Display background illumination (5 seconds) • Simple operation via “Sun“ and “Flow“ button • Premium design • Superior handlebar mounting bracket • Optional setting for miles or kilometer reading Training Features: • Heart Rate reading (actual and average) • Cadence / RPM reading (actual and average) • Training Time • Distance • Calorie Consumption (the shown calorie consumption is based on average values and should only be used for reference purposes) • Scan functionality for time, distance and calories TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS & FEATURES ENG ESP

20. HOW TO ADJUST THE LIVESTRONG E-Series Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 20 The LIVESTRONG E-Series can be adjusted for maximum comfort and exercise effec - tiveness. The instructions below describe one approach to adjusting the LIVESTRONG E- Series to ensure optimal user comfort and ideal body positioning; you may choose to adjust the LIVESTRONG E-Serie cycle differently. Pedal strap adjustment: Sit on the saddle and position your feet on the pedals, with the balls of your feet directly above the spindles of the pedals (see the drawing below). Adjust the pedal straps so the toe clips (cages) are snug but not too tight. Note: In the case of a Bike being fitted with Combi-pedals, the pedals feature toe clips on one surface and SPD cleats on the opposite surface. If desired, use the shoe cleats with cycling shoes instead of the toe clips. Saddle height adjustment: Sit on the saddle and slowly pedal until the right pedal is in the lowest position. Your knees should be slightly bent without a dropping of the hips. To avoid hyper extending your knees, make sure that your legs are not completely straight. Please do not adjust handlebar height beyond the STOP mark on the stem and ensure the pop pin is fully engaged and securely tightened ( see page 6). Please do not adjust saddle height beyond the STOP mark on the stem and ensure the pop pin is fully engaged and securely tightened ( see pag e 6). Please avoid overtightening the pop pin adjustment knob as this may cause dama - ges to the vertical aluminum stems.

13. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 13 7 8 3 1 x B 2 x A 1 x C 3 Please assure that protective rubber strip is used under computer bracket clamp. TRANSMITTER & COMPUTER ASSEMBLY hand tight 2x 1x 1x PZ 2 ENG ESP

7. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 7 8 9 10 11 STOP mark STOP mark STOP mark HOW TO ASSEMBLE LIVESTRONG E-Series SW 17mm SW 14mm 3mm hand tight 2x 15mm Pedal Wrench 1x Pedal marked R installed on right crank (clockwise). Pedal marked L installed on left crank (counter-clockwise) Pedals must be fastened with significant strength to avoid loosening with use of the LIVESTRONG E-Series. ENG ESP

22. If your E–Series LIVESTRONG E-Series is equipped with a regular 2 way handlebar. If the handlebar is too close to the saddle, your breathing may feel restricted; if the handlebar is too far from the saddle, you may experience back discomfort. To adjust the seating position to the handlebar, first dismount the LIVESTRONG E-Series. Check for proper handlebar position by positioning your elbow so that it is touching the front tip of the saddle at a 90 degree angle and checking that the fingertip of your middle finger is touching the handlebar at the mid-point. If it is not as described then loosen the fore-aft T-lock handle and slide the saddle slightly forward or backward until your middle finger is touching the handlebar at the mid-point, and then retighten the handle. Changing your hand position can change the angle of your back, neck, and arms. To minimize the stress on your muscles during your workouts, change your hand position frequently. A B Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 22 Handlebar adjustment: Begin with the top of the handlebar at relatively the same height or just slightly higher than the top of the saddle (dotted horizontal line A in the drawing above) and at a neutral fore/aft position (see dotted vertical line B in drawing above) . If your knees touch the handlebars or if you experience back discomfort while pedalling for extended periods of time, the height of the handlebars can be adjusted. First, dismount the LIVESTRONG E- Series. Next, turn the front adjustment knob counter clockwise, slide the handlebar post up or down, and then retighten the adjustment knob. HOW TO ADJUST THE LIVESTRONG E-Series

25. 1 2 A B Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 25 Bi-weekly maintenance: 1. The LIVESTRONG E-Series should not be used if the emergency brake system is not working pro - perly. While sitting on the saddle and pedalling, test the brake by pushing down the brake knob. The flywheel should come to a quick and complete stop. 2. To maintain the easy adjustability of the saddle post, the saddle post should be cleaned and lubricated. Turn the rear adjustment knob counter clockwise and slide the saddle post out of the frame. Apply a small amount of lubricant spray to a lint-free cloth, and clean the saddle post (A) . Next, apply a small amount of lubricant spray inside of the rear frame sleeve. Then, reinsert the saddle post into the frame and adjust it to the desired height. Next, loosen the rear lock handle and slide the saddle carriage as far backward as possible. Apply a small amount of lubricant spray to a lint-free cloth, and clean the top of the saddle slide (B) . Then, slide the saddle carriage as far forward as possible and clean the top of the saddle slide. Finally, adjust the saddle to the desired position. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE ENG ESP

24. 2 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 24 Regular maintenance must be performed on the LIVESTRONG E-Series for optimal performance and longevity. Please read and follow all instructions below. If the LIVESTRONG E-Series is not maintained as described, components may wear excessively and the LIVESTRONG E-Series may become damaged. Im - proper maintenance will void the warranty terms. If you have questions about maintenance, contact your local distributor or refer to www.indoorcycling.com Note: Many maintenance procedures require lubricant spray. Manufacturer recommends WD40, Brunox or a similar solvent free lubricant. Daily maintenance: 1. Make sure that the LIVESTRONG E-Series is level. If the LIVESTRONG E-Series rocks on your floor, turn the levelling feet underneath the front or rear stabilizer until the rocking motion is eliminated (see HOW TO MOVE THE LIVESTRONG E-Series on page 23). 2. After each user finishes exercising, the LIVESTRONG E-Series should be disinfected and cleaned to maintain a hygienic environment. First, apply a disinfectant spray to the handlebars and the saddle. Using a lint-free cloth, dry the handlebars and the saddle. Next, apply a small amount of disinfectant to a lint-free cloth and clean the adjustment knobs and the adjustment handles. Avoid using strong detergents on the LIVESTRONG E-Series frame. Weekly maintenance: 1. Apply a small amount of the lubrication spray to a lint-free cloth, and thoroughly clean the frame, the handlebar slider and seat sliders the flywheel and the plastic parts of the LIVESTRONG E-Series. 2. For optimal performance of the resistance system, and to minimize wear on the brake pad, the solvent free lubricant spray should be applied to the brake pad using the lubrication holes on the plastic part of the brake pad. If fuzz or lint appears on the brake pad, the brake pad has become too dry—lubricant spray should be applied more frequently. Make sure brake pad is thoroughly soaked from end to end with lubricant spray. Then, wipe the excess off.

27. Version 1.1 SBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 27 6 C 5 3. Some parts of the LIVESTRONG E-Series may become loose as a result of repeated use. Check pedals, toe clips, and pedal straps, and make sure that they are properly tightened. Next, check all exposed screws, bolts, and nuts, and make sure that they are properly tightened. Finally, check the saddle to make sure that it is not lose damaged. 4. The brake pad will become worn as a result of repeated use. The LIVESTRONG E-Series should not be used if the emergency braking system is not working properly ( see page 13 )! Should you feel that the resistance system’s functions are deficient, it is essential to fine-tune the resistance system before the bike is used again! Please check the setting of the brake system as follows: First turn the resi - stance regulator on the brake system as far as it will go to the left (minimum braking effect). If the setting is correct, the brake pads should be flush with the flywheel and barely touching so that it’s possible to cycle with a hardly noticeable amount of resistance. The brake pad can be adjusted using a 10 mm wrench. Next, check the brake pad for signs of wear. If the brake pad does show signs of excessive wear, thoroughly soak the brake pad with lubricant spray using the 2 lubrication holes (B) , and then wipe the excess off. 2 C 2. To maintain the easy adjustability of the resistance system, the screw threads on the lower end of the brake rod should be lubricated. First, turn the resistance knob clockwise until it stops. Next, look under the right or left side of the frame and locate the brake rod (C) . Apply a small amount of synthetic grease (white lithium grease) to the thread on the brake rod. Then, turn the resistance knob counter-clockwise until it stops. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE ENG ESP

19. The cycle tune-up must be performed at initial installation of the LIVESTRONG E-Series for optimal per - formance and longevity. Please read and follow all instructions below. If the LIVESTRONG E-Series is not installed and tuned as described, components may wear excessively and the LIVESTRONG E-Series may become damaged. If you have questions about the installation, please contact MATRIX Fitness Systems. Note: Some maintenance procedures require WD-40 (refillable spray bottle recommended) or Brunox spray lubricant, and White Lithium grease. 1. Make sure that the LIVESTRONG E-Series is level. If the LIVESTRONG E-Series rocks on the floor, turn the leveling feet underneath the front and/or rear stabilizer until the rocking motion is eliminated. 2. Verify Emergency brake function to assure that emergency brake functions correctly. 3. Brake pad calibration: Turn resistance knob counterclockwise as far as possible (minimum bra- king effect), verify that there is a slight separation of the brake pad from flywheel. Brake pad should barely touch the flywheel when resistance knob is turned counter-clockwise as far as it can go. 4. Apply WD40 or Brunox spray lubricant to the brake pad using the lubrication holes on the plastic part or the brake pad and externally on the felt pad. Make sure brake pad is thoroughly soaked from end to end with lubricant spray. Then, wipe the excess off from the flywheel. * Best Practice: Use a refillable spray bottle filled with non-aerosol WD-40 purchased by the gallon (3.7 L) at the local hardware store. 5. Apply Lithium grease to the threads on the lower end of the brake rod. First, turn the Resistance knob clockwise until it stops. Apply a small amount of white lithium grease to the threads on the brake rod above the two lock nuts. Then, turn the resistance knob counter-clockwise until it stops. 6. Apply Lithium grease on the metal threads of all the adjustment knobs. 7. Verify four (4) Allen nuts on RS pulley for tightness. If loose, apply LocTite Threadlocker Blue-242 and retighten. 8. Verify R and L crank arm Allen bolts for tightness. If loose, apply LocTite Threadlocker Blue-242 and retighten. 9. Verify belt tension. Check if belt drive is firmly tightened and does not slip while riding under resistance load. In case that the belt slips, proceed using the adjustment technique as described on page (28). Please note that a belt drive gear never shows slack. In case of adjustment do not apply too much tension. 10. Wipe down bike frame with rag moistened with WD-40 11. Some parts of the LIVESTRONG E-Series may become loose during shipment. Check crank arms, check all exposed screws, bolts, and nuts, and make sure that they are properly tightened. 12. Verify that computer is reset for Miles vs. Kilometers and RPM measurement is working properly. Please see computer manual on page 8-18 for instructions on installation of computer. Customer Service 1. Provide basic maintenance instructions to client and direct them to detailed maintenance instruc- tions (page 24 ) 2. Sign-off sheet provided to client to confirm explanation of maintenance procedures/manual and verification of condition of bikes. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 19 INITIAL INSTALL CHECKS ENG ESP

38. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 38 LIMITED WARRANTY LIVESTRONG E-Series E-Series LIVESTRONG Indoor Cycle 10 Year warranty: Frame 3 Year warranty : Handlebar and saddle assembly, brake system (excluding brake pad), lever handles and knobs, cranks, belt drive system, bottom bracket assembly, flywheel and hub assembly, powder coating. 2 Year warranty : Pedals, insert sleeves for handle bar and saddle post, leveling feet. 1 Year warranty: Saddle The following wear items are excluded from warranty: Pedal straps, pedal binding system, water bottle holder. Wireless Commercial Computer: 1 Year warranty : Cadence transmitter and computer console Batteries are excluded from any warranty. Indoorcycling Group GmbH warrants that all new equipment will be free of manufacturing defects in workmanship and materials, becoming effective on the date of original installation. Parts repaired or replaced under the terms of this warranty will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period only. Warranty may vary by region or country. WARRANTY TERMS Defects caused by inappropriate use or handling of the product may cause denega - tion of the manufacturers warranty

37. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 37 SPARE PARTS LIST Drive Gear Parts 02 40 CRMO R E 08 Right crank 02 40 CRMO L E 08 Left crank 02 40 C S 08 Allen bolt M8x20 02 40 C MD20 08 BB assembly MD20 02 40 C 2 RS Ball bearing SKF 6004Z Brake Parts 02 50 A Brake adjustment knob 02 50 06 Bell crank 02 50 04 Brake pad 02 50 03 A Upper brake rod 02 50 05 Lower brake rod Flywheel 02 40 H Flywheel axle 02 40 02 Chain tensioner 02 40 H L Flywheel bearing 6001Z 02 40 08 E LS 10 LS-E-Series flywheel Chain Guard 02 42 02 E LS 10 Outer chain guard 02 42 04 Plastic cover 02 42 01 E 08 Inner chain guard 02 42 03 E LS 10 Left cover 02 99 03 Allen bolt M4x15 Pedals 01 40 A 2 Combi-Pedals (pair) 01 40 A 3 Toe strap (pair) Frame 2004 RA E E-Series frame 02 10 A Vertical insert sleeve 02 20 04 Rubber stop handleb.tube 02 99 02 Bottle holder Belt drive 02 40 BE Belt Handlebar 02 30 01 AL E-Series handlebar 02 10 B LS Pop pin adj. knob Saddle Support 0121 E LS Saddl 02 21 AK Saddle mounting bracket 02 21 01 AL Horizontal & vertical saddle support 02 20 02 Horizontal insert sleeve 02 10 G T- Lock handle 02 10 B LS Pop pin adj. knob For components and parts relating to the commercial onboard computer please refer to page 9. Rear Stabilizer 02 11 E PVC gasket 02 11 02 E 08 Rear stabilizer 02 11 06 Plastic end cover 02 11 05 B Rubber foot stand 02 99 11 Rear protection plates (optional) Front Stabilizer 02 11 01 E 08 Front Stabilizer 02 11 B Stabilizer mounting kit 02 99 10 Front protection plates (optional) 02 11 A Transport wheel ENG ESP

23. HOW TO OPERATE THE LIVESTRONG E-Series ! ! Resistance Knob red) Emergency brake levelling feet Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 23 Resistance adjustment: The preferred level of difficulty in pedalling (resistance) can be regulated in fine increments by use of the resistance knob. To increase the resistance, turn the resistance knob clockwise. To decrease the resistance, turn the knob counter clockwise. IMPORTANT: To stop the flywheel (wheel) while pedalling, push down on the red brake knob. The flywheel should quickly come to a complete stop. Please make sure your shoes are fixed into the toe clip or in case cycling shoes are used your shoe cleat is connected to the pedal binding while riding. The LIVESTRONG E-Series does not have a free moving flywheel (wheel); the pedals will continue to move together with the flywheel until the flywheel stops. Reducing speed in a controlled manner is required. To stop the fly - wheel immediately, push down the red emergency break knob. Always pedal in a controlled manner and adjust your desired cadence according to your own abilities. Push the red Knob down = emergency Stop If the LIVESTRONG E-Series rocks on the floor after being set down, turn the levelling feet (see diagram) underneath the front or rear stabilizer until the rocking motion is eli - minated. Important: Please do not unscrew the levelling feet more then ½ inch! How to move the LIVESTRONG E-Series: Due to the weight of the LIVESTRONG E-Series, it is recommended that two persons move it. While one person lifts the back of the LIVESTRONG E-Series, the second person firmly holds the handlebarand tips the LIVESTRONG E-Series forward until it rolls on the wheels. Carefully move the indoor studio cycle to the desired location and then lower it. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of injury, use extreme caution while moving the indoor studio cy - cle. Do not attempt to move it over uneven surfaces and make sure a safety space of min 20 inch to the nearest equipment is redeemed. ENG ESP

9. PARTLIST Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 9 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 1 2 3 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x A B C 1x 2x 2x PZ 2 4 optional accessory Computer console Wireless cadence transmitter Computer mounting bracket Textile heart rate chest belt Art.no.: 020121 Art.no.: ST 020121 Art.no.: 020123 Art.no.: ST 020123 Art.no.: 020122 Art.no.: ST 020122 Art.no.: 020125 Art.no.: ST 020125 M5 x 50 M4 x 10 M5 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x 2x 1x 1x AA AA AAA AAA AAA Magnet Art.no.: 020124 Art.no.: ST 020124 5 ENG ESP

16. Version 1.1 2010EB Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 16 Before you start your training: • Make sure the channel setting of the console is in sync with the cadence transmitter setting to allow proper cadence reading (Please refer to figure 3, Page 11 for detailed instructions) • Turn on the computer console by pressing any of the two but- tons ( Sun or Flow) • Test if the console reads and displays your HR signal transmit- ted from your personal HR chest belt properly • HR Chest transmitter must be moistened prior to use in order to transmit signal. • The blinking of the heart symbol on the computer display indicates the reception of a compatible analoge HR signal • It may takes up to 3 seconds before the actual HR data is displayed • Choose your desired units, miles or kilometer (Please see „How to operate“ under Miles/kilometer for how-to instructions) How to operate: Miles/kilometer setting: • Press the “Sun” button for 5 sec.to enter setup mode. Change unit setting from miles to kilometer by pressing the Flow” button and confirm your choice by touching the “Sun” button again for 1 sec. Reset user data: • Press the “Flow” button for 3 sec to reset all currently stored user data such as time, distance and Kcal, average HR and RPM Engage light function: • While pressing the “Sun” button briefly during exercise, the display illuminates and automatically turns off after 5 sec. Training info: • Choose your desired training information displayed on the lower part of the computer LCD by operating the “Flow” button” briefly during exercise. The display will shift from Time, to Distance, to Kcal, and finally to Scan. • If you choose the scan mode the display will alternate between Time, Distance, Kcal BEFORE YOU START & HOW TO OPERATE

28. Version 1.2 2010 EBLS Copyright by Indoorcycling Group GmbH 2010 | www.indoorcycling.com ENG 28 Finally, retighten the two outer lock nuts (C) to secure the new adjustment and retigthen the two axle nuts (B) . At last reattach the maintenance co - vers (A). Check if belt drive is firmly tighten and does not slip while riding under resistance load. In case that the belt slips, proceed using the same technique as described above. Please note that a belt drive gear never shows slack. In case of adjustment do not apply too much tension. The manufacturer recommends using an ultrasonic voltage meter adhering to a natural frequency of the belt of 3200 Hz ± 150Hz. Ball bearing damage due to incorrect belt tension is excluded from warranty. Graphics are the right side of the Bike (riding position) 5. Belt drive Important: A loose belt as well as an overtightened belt may cause injury of the rider or damage to the drive system. Checking belt tension: To check for a loose belt, sit on the saddle, place your feet on the pedals, move the pedals until the crank arms are horizontal. Next, pull up the emergency bra - ke handle and hold it. Then, stand on the pedals and rock forward and backward. There should be no play or slip in the drive train. If there is slip or play in the drive train, this indicates that the belt is too loose. Correct a slipping belt drive train: To adjust the belt, pull off the right and the left mainte - nance covers (A) . Loosen the axle nut (B) on both ends of the flywheel axle by two full turns. Loosen the inner adjustment nut (D) facing the flywheel axle on each side of the flywheel. Next, losen the lock nut (C) . Then, turn both (right and left sides) of the in - ner adjustment nuts (D) on the intside of the fly - wheel bracket ¼ of a turn at atime (upward on the R side and downward on L side) until the belt is properly adjusted. Make sure to turn both ad - justment nuts exactly the same amount to avo - id misalignment of the flywheel. Re-check if the amount of play or slip in the drive train has disappeared. A B C 4 D D C PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE

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