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222 pages

Bike Snob, Systematically & Mercilessly Realigning the World of Cycling

Creator: BikeSnobNYC | Transportation - 2011-04-29

Bike Snob is an essential volume for anyone who knows, is, or wants to become a cyclist.

Publisher: Chronicle Books

About this book
Cycling is explodingin a good way. Urbanites everywhere, from ironic hipsters to earth-conscious commuters, are taking to the bike like aquatic mammals to water. BikeSnobNYC—cycling's most prolific, well-known, hilarious, and anonymous blogger—brings a fresh and humorous perspective to the most important vehicle to hit personal transportation since the horse. Bike Snob treats readers to a laugh-out-loud rant and rave about the world of bikes and their riders, and offers a unique look at the ins and outs of cycling, from its history and hallmarks to its wide range of bizarre practitioners. Throughout, the author lampoons the missteps, pretensions, and absurdities of bike culture while maintaining a contagious enthusiasm for cycling itself. Bike Snob is an essential volume for anyone who knows, is, or wants to become a cyclist.



144 pages

Refire! Don't Retire, Make the Rest of Your Life the Best of Your Life

Creator: Ken Blanchard, Morton Shaevitz | Business & Economics - 2015-02-02

In the trademark Ken Blanchard style, the authors tell the compelling story of Larry and Janice Sparks, who discover how to see each day as an opportunity to enhance their relationships, stimulate their minds, revitalize their bodies, and ...

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

About this book
Refire! Don't Retire asks readers the all-important question: as you look at the years ahead, what can you do to make them satisfying and meaningful? Ken Blanchard and Morton Shaevitz point out that some people see their later years as a time to endure rather than as an exciting opportunity. Both research and common sense confirm that people who embrace these years with energy and gusto—rather than withdrawing and waiting for things to happen—consistently make the rest of their lives the best of their lives.In the trademark Ken Blanchard style, the authors tell the compelling story of Larry and Janice Sparks, who discover how to see each day as an opportunity to enhance their relationships, stimulate their minds, revitalize their bodies, and grow spiritually. As they learn to be open to new experiences, Larry and Janice rekindle passion in every area of their lives. Readers will find humor, practical information, and profound wisdom in Refire! Don't Retire. Best of all, they will be inspired to make all the years ahead truly worth living.



363 pages

Just 10 Lbs

2011

As a companion piece to The Dr. Oz Show's major, year-long initiative to change the health of America, this book discards the notion of overhauling life with the vague dream of being thin and challenges the reader to focus on losing just 10 ...

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

About this book
In Just 10 LBS, intervention specialist Brad Lamm brings a fresh eye to weight loss, focusing not on the what of eating, but on the how and why. As a companion piece to The Dr. Oz Show's major, year-long initiative to change the health of America, this book discards the notion of overhauling life with the vague dream of being thin and challenges the reader to focus on losing just 10 pounds. What Lamm understands is that managing weight isn't just about doing crunches, running miles, or cutting calories; in fact, one of the most powerful parts of success is generally overlooked--a healthy relati.


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Why Buy A Recumbent Exercise Bike? A recumbent exercise bike is, of course, designed for indoor use and this carries quite a few benefits in, and of, itself.


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  • Exerpeutic

    Exerpeutic 900XL Extended Capacity Recumbent Bike with Pulse

    Sports (Exerpeutic)

    Includes limited three-year manufacturer's warranty
    Measures 22 by 34 by 54 inches (W x H x D) with 63-pound weight and 300-pound maximum user weight
    Large, easy-to-read LCD display indicates distance, calories burned, time, speed, and heart rate information
    Eight-level Magnetic Tension Control System allows you to customize your ride and challenge yourself over time
    Recumbent stationary bike offers challenging cardiovascular workout while minimizing stress on your joints and back


  • Exerpeutic

    Exerpeutic 400XL Folding Recumbent Bike

    Sports (Exerpeutic)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Exerpeutic

    One heck of a quiet workout!

    As an apartment dweller I was so pleased to find this (thanks Sky Mall magazine for the idea, but bigger thanks to Amazon for having it at a great price with super saver shipping too). To be honest I was skeptical as to how sturdy this product would be and as to how much of a workout it would give. I have not been disappointed at all and in fact more pleased than I thought I'd be.It was easy to assemble, but must say that the instruction manual gives WAY too many diagrams of parts, etc. that aren't needed to assemble it and makes it look more intimidating to assemble than it really is. It comes with a wrench and Phillips head screwdriver/Allen wrench and that's all you'll need. It took me about 45 minutes to assemble, but had the instructions been simpler it would have been more like 30 minutes. I keep the tools handy and check the assembly points from time to time and give it a little snugging up, but it's not as if the bolts are really loose. It's just me being a... 5/5 K. Hyde (USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic 400XL Folding Recumbent Bike (Sports) As an apartment dweller I was so pleased to find this (thanks Sky Mall magazine for the idea, but bigger thanks to Amazon for having it at a great price with super saver shipping too). To be honest I was skeptical as to how sturdy this product would be and as to how much of a workout it would give. I have not been disappointed at all and in fact more pleased than I thought I'd be.It was easy to assemble, but must say that the instruction manual gives WAY too many diagrams of parts, etc. that aren't needed to assemble it and makes it look more intimidating to assemble than it really is. It comes with a wrench and Phillips head screwdriver/Allen wrench and that's all you'll need. It took me about 45 minutes to assemble, but had the instructions been simpler it would have been more like 30 minutes. I keep the tools handy and check the assembly points from time to time and give it a little snugging up, but it's not as if the bolts are really loose. It's just me being a... Read more, October 22, 2011

    Good Product, Questionable Build Quality...

    I have used this for a couple of days now and I believe there wont be any more surprises.Pros:Functions great - is a great exercise bike, without the front handle bar i can watch TV, play a game, or use a tray table to use a laptop.Quiet - i can use this right next to the wife while watching TV, its practically silent.Small - Folds into smallest footprint I've seen on a bike.Sturdy - pieces went together firmly and the whole thing feels stout (I am 245lbs and it doesn't feel flimsy under me)Cons:Material quality - while everything went together well, and the frame is well made, the plastic housing on the gearbox came cracked in a few spots and the back has stitching coming loose.Awkward moving - When folded up, it can be a bit awkward to move around.On the whole I am pleased with the unit, and it would get a perfect score if not for the minor blemishes in the cheap parts. Time will tell if anything... 3/5 Dave - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic 400XL Folding Recumbent Bike (Sports) I have used this for a couple of days now and I believe there wont be any more surprises.Pros:Functions great - is a great exercise bike, without the front handle bar i can watch TV, play a game, or use a tray table to use a laptop.Quiet - i can use this right next to the wife while watching TV, its practically silent.Small - Folds into smallest footprint I've seen on a bike.Sturdy - pieces went together firmly and the whole thing feels stout (I am 245lbs and it doesn't feel flimsy under me)Cons:Material quality - while everything went together well, and the frame is well made, the plastic housing on the gearbox came cracked in a few spots and the back has stitching coming loose.Awkward moving - When folded up, it can be a bit awkward to move around.On the whole I am pleased with the unit, and it would get a perfect score if not for the minor blemishes in the cheap parts. Time will tell if anything... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 4, 2011

    Tall people please read; also use with standing desk

    This is a pretty good recumbent exercise bike, but...It is advertised for people up to 6' 2". That is my height and it is much too small for me. FYI I have a 32" inseam. Beware if you are over 6'.Like other reviewers' bikes, mine came with a damaged decorative plastic cowl. In fact, the flywheel initially rubbed noisily against the transparent part. Thanks to other reviewers who mentioned this could be adjusted by hand. After doing adjusting the transparent cowl, the gray plastic housing would not hold together (a stripped screw perhaps). The manufacturer or Amazon probably would have sent new parts, but I didn't want the hassle and just used heavy tape to hold it together. Looks fine.Because of the above, I would have sent it back but I didn't want to face the disassembly and attempting to repack it in the box. Probably a couple of hours of work to return it on top of the time invested already.Fortunately, another reviewer (Robert... 3/5 John - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic 400XL Folding Recumbent Bike (Sports) This is a pretty good recumbent exercise bike, but...It is advertised for people up to 6' 2". That is my height and it is much too small for me. FYI I have a 32" inseam. Beware if you are over 6'.Like other reviewers' bikes, mine came with a damaged decorative plastic cowl. In fact, the flywheel initially rubbed noisily against the transparent part. Thanks to other reviewers who mentioned this could be adjusted by hand. After doing adjusting the transparent cowl, the gray plastic housing would not hold together (a stripped screw perhaps). The manufacturer or Amazon probably would have sent new parts, but I didn't want the hassle and just used heavy tape to hold it together. Looks fine.Because of the above, I would have sent it back but I didn't want to face the disassembly and attempting to repack it in the box. Probably a couple of hours of work to return it on top of the time invested already.Fortunately, another reviewer (Robert... Read more, January 26, 2013
    List Price: $189.00
    Price: $114.99
    You Save: $74.01 (39%)
    Supports up to 300 pounds; measures 19 x 46 x 33 inches (W x H x D)
    Foldable recumbent exercise bike with quiet V-belt double-drive transmission system
    Precision-balanced flywheel; 8-level adjustable magnetic tension control system
    Easy-to-read LCD display tracks your distance, calories, time, speed, and heart rate
    Semi-recumbent design for easy entry and exit; large seat cushion and backrest


  • Champion

    Fitnex R70 Recumbent Exercise Bike

    Sports (Champion)

    Rating (3 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Champion

    Effective but difficult to assemble/use.

    3/5 Oklajo - See all my reviews This review is from: Fitnex R70 Recumbent Exercise Bike (Sports) This bike is a good workout. But, it was very difficult to assemble and is hard to use to maximize the benefit. The monitor is powered only while you're peddling. So you have to peddle while you lean forward and try to enter your settings. I haven't mastered that yet. It's also extremely heavy so it's difficult to move. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 29, 2008

    one great exercise bike

    5/5 CR Maresca - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Fitnex R70 Recumbent Exercise Bike (Sports) Just received my exercise bike the other day and found it to be everything I hoped it would be. First I received my order in three day. Second the bike was very well packed with foam blocks and wood braces, no damage or parts missing.It is very heavy but I like it for it's rock sloid. It seemed to me it was very easy to put together about an hour or so. I'm 6'4" and 280lbs and have no problem raching the panel because you must peddle to keep power, it is very smooth and guite, for me it is a great purchase from Amazon. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 12, 2011

    Set up and ready to go!

    Will update this review after the product works. Received, kudos to the driver in assisting me getting the 240 pound box to the apartment. (Yes, for those of you buying this - the unassembled bike in the box weighs 240 pounds.)Assembly is straightforward - pay attention to laying out all the parts in order per the instructions. The very last step of assembly is a bear. (Photo to follow.) I live alone. You have to hold the heart rate monitor bar against the back of the upright bar at a specific angle, then hold the seat back against the front of the upright bar, then bolt through the heart rate monitor bar, through the upright bar, and into the seat back. That's at least 5 hands. The secret? ZIP TIES - I used 2 zip ties on opposite corners of the heart rate monitor bar to the upright bar, then held the seat back against the front of the bar and got the first bolt started.Got it assembled, sat down, started pedaling, nothing. Pedaled for a minute, still nothing. Called the... 4/5 Armorham - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Fitnex R70 Recumbent Exercise Bike (Sports) Will update this review after the product works. Received, kudos to the driver in assisting me getting the 240 pound box to the apartment. (Yes, for those of you buying this - the unassembled bike in the box weighs 240 pounds.)Assembly is straightforward - pay attention to laying out all the parts in order per the instructions. The very last step of assembly is a bear. (Photo to follow.) I live alone. You have to hold the heart rate monitor bar against the back of the upright bar at a specific angle, then hold the seat back against the front of the upright bar, then bolt through the heart rate monitor bar, through the upright bar, and into the seat back. That's at least 5 hands. The secret? ZIP TIES - I used 2 zip ties on opposite corners of the heart rate monitor bar to the upright bar, then held the seat back against the front of the bar and got the first bolt started.Got it assembled, sat down, started pedaling, nothing. Pedaled for a minute, still nothing. Called the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 7, 2016
    Commercial grade recumbent exercise bike for your home with matrix/LED computer console
    16 levels of friction-free magnetic resistance
    73 by 23-inch footprint; 400-pound weight capacity
    Tracks time, distance, speed, calories, and pulse rate; eight built-in programs
    Contact heart rate sensors built into fixed handlebars on side of seat


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