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106 pages

LIFE

1962-01-19

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64 pages

The Rotarian

1959-07

Every Exercycle ride, whether taken at slow motion for beginners, or at a high speed for advanced riders, ... The capacity of the Electric Exercycle to "burn up" calories is equal to many forms of ALL-OUT physical activities.

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.



72 pages

The Rotarian

1961-05

What Exercycle Does for You • Makes You Feel •MlJl*•" Younger, Act Younger, Look Younger • Aids in Weight Control ... Using Exercycle is actually fun. EXERCYCLE all-body action Exercycle gives you all-body action by moving every part of ...

About this book
Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.


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  • Drive Medical

    Drive Medical Deluxe Folding Exercise Peddler with Electronic Display , Black Model # RTL10273

    Health and Beauty (Drive Medical)
    List Price: $67.47

    Scan feature alternately displays all measurements automatically
    Five function display indicates exercise time, revolution count, revolutions per minute (rpm) and calories burned; Button cell battery included
    Four anti-slip rubber pads prevent sliding and protect surfaces; Attractive silver finish
    Ideal for leg and arm muscle exercising; Resistance easily adjusted with tension screw
    Completely assembled, foldable design


  • Exerpeutic

    Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse

    Sports (Exerpeutic)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Exerpeutic

    Was skeptical....

    I rarely write a product review + or -, unless the product is REALLY good or REALLY poor--I'm also not the easiest consumer to impress. I am happy to write a REALLY good review for the Exerpeutic folding exercise bike. I am 6'2'' @ 215 lbs with long legs and cycled quite a bit before injuries and schedules became a bit too busy, so I do know a fair amount about bikes. I thought this might be more of a disposable bike, last a couple of years at best, be too wiggly, weak mechanics..that kind of thing, but quite the contrary, I am happily surprised by the quality of the entire product. The craftsmanship of the Exerpeutic folding exercise bike is very good, the frame tubes are heavy steel with good welds, the seat is large enough to have an extended ride comfortably (probably the most comfortable stationary bike seat I've used including expensive gym bikes), the bike has a wide stable "footprint" when opened but is also light enough to move from room to room if needed (has wheels on the... 5/5 DRG - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse (Sports) I rarely write a product review + or -, unless the product is REALLY good or REALLY poor--I'm also not the easiest consumer to impress. I am happy to write a REALLY good review for the Exerpeutic folding exercise bike. I am 6'2'' @ 215 lbs with long legs and cycled quite a bit before injuries and schedules became a bit too busy, so I do know a fair amount about bikes. I thought this might be more of a disposable bike, last a couple of years at best, be too wiggly, weak mechanics..that kind of thing, but quite the contrary, I am happily surprised by the quality of the entire product. The craftsmanship of the Exerpeutic folding exercise bike is very good, the frame tubes are heavy steel with good welds, the seat is large enough to have an extended ride comfortably (probably the most comfortable stationary bike seat I've used including expensive gym bikes), the bike has a wide stable "footprint" when opened but is also light enough to move from room to room if needed (has wheels on the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 5, 2012

    Well-built bike........not the best bio-mechanics

    I am a former personal trainer so I hope my comments are useful to interested buyers. The build quality of the bike is excellent; however the main drawback of the bike is its bio-mechanics, or the way it interacts with your body when you are cycling.Regarding build quality---the bike is made of excellent materials for the most part, and is a solid piece of machinery. The bike is very sturdy and stable when you're cycling. I had never owned a magnetic resistance bike before, so I was a little nervous about the concept. But I am very impressed with the quiet, smooth pedaling action of the bike at all levels of resistance. I am in average physical condition, and the bike provides more than enough resistance at level 4 to 6 (out of 8) to give me a good workout.The main problem with the bike is the bio-mechanics, i.e. the way your body interacts with the bike. Here are some of the reasons:1) It is not truly an upright bike (such as a regular road bike)... 3/5 rock scrambler (Sedona, AZ) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse (Sports) I am a former personal trainer so I hope my comments are useful to interested buyers. The build quality of the bike is excellent; however the main drawback of the bike is its bio-mechanics, or the way it interacts with your body when you are cycling.Regarding build quality---the bike is made of excellent materials for the most part, and is a solid piece of machinery. The bike is very sturdy and stable when you're cycling. I had never owned a magnetic resistance bike before, so I was a little nervous about the concept. But I am very impressed with the quiet, smooth pedaling action of the bike at all levels of resistance. I am in average physical condition, and the bike provides more than enough resistance at level 4 to 6 (out of 8) to give me a good workout.The main problem with the bike is the bio-mechanics, i.e. the way your body interacts with the bike. Here are some of the reasons:1) It is not truly an upright bike (such as a regular road bike)... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 5, 2013

    High Quality Product at a Decent Price

    Let's break down the grading here by sections. FYI, I have had the bike for about 3 months and have logged 850 miles. I am roughly 5' 11" and have weighed between 250lbs and 228lbs in those three months.1.) Assembly - 4.5/5It took me (a non-handy desk worker with very little craftsman experience) roughly 25 minutes to put the bike together. A great deal of the assembly is done before you take it out of the box (the frame and handlebars are individually assembled). The one knock here is that the instructions could definitely be easier to follow, but it was still easier than following the instructions that come with a typical DIY desk or bookcase.2.) Operation - 4.75/5For the price, of course. I have had the bike for roughly 3 months and have logged roughly 850 miles. I can't speak on it's longevity past 850, but it is still running like it was the day I put it together. Very little noise, smooth pedaling, stationary (doesn't wobble), and easy to... 5/5 Jesse Eikenberry - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Exerpeutic Folding Magnetic Upright Bike with Pulse (Sports) Let's break down the grading here by sections. FYI, I have had the bike for about 3 months and have logged 850 miles. I am roughly 5' 11" and have weighed between 250lbs and 228lbs in those three months.1.) Assembly - 4.5/5It took me (a non-handy desk worker with very little craftsman experience) roughly 25 minutes to put the bike together. A great deal of the assembly is done before you take it out of the box (the frame and handlebars are individually assembled). The one knock here is that the instructions could definitely be easier to follow, but it was still easier than following the instructions that come with a typical DIY desk or bookcase.2.) Operation - 4.75/5For the price, of course. I have had the bike for roughly 3 months and have logged roughly 850 miles. I can't speak on it's longevity past 850, but it is still running like it was the day I put it together. Very little noise, smooth pedaling, stationary (doesn't wobble), and easy to... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 16, 2013
    List Price: $199.99
    HEART RATE: Hand Pulse Monitor
    SEATING COMFORT: Large seat cushion for people of any size, easily adjustable to fit anywhere from 5'3 inch to 6'3 inch users.
    SPACE SAVER DESIGN: Folds for storage and can moved with the included transportation wheels
    WEIGHT CAPACITY: Up to 300 lbs
    TENSION RESISTANCE: An 8 level Magnetic Tension control system, allows the user to adjust the tension level for an easier or more difficult workout.


  • Body Max

    Body Rider Fan Bike

    Sports (Body Max)

    Rating (624 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Body Max

    Great bike, but be wary of the seat

    This exercise bike is a good value for the money. It is quite sturdy for an inexpensive bike, works well, and is easy to put together. I also like the handlebars, so my upper body can be getting a workout while I'm pedaling instead of just my legs. I got this bike because I needed to rehab my knee after having microfracture surgery. The only reason I can't give this bike 5 stars is because of the hardness of the seat. Even though I purchased the Sunlite Gel Bicycle Seat Cover (which Amazon suggested in the Frequently Purchased Together section of the bike's webpage) at the same time that I purchased the bike, it barely makes a difference. After 30 minutes of riding, I am literally forced to get off of the bike. I also put a thick towel on top of the Gel Seat Cover, and even with that extra measure, my butt and family jewels are rendered numb from the hardness of the seat. I probably should have done more research on seat covers instead of simply buying the one that Amazon suggested... 4/5 chuck1231 (Bolingbrook, IL) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Body Rider Body Rider BRF700 Fan Upright Exercise Bike (Sports) This exercise bike is a good value for the money. It is quite sturdy for an inexpensive bike, works well, and is easy to put together. I also like the handlebars, so my upper body can be getting a workout while I'm pedaling instead of just my legs. I got this bike because I needed to rehab my knee after having microfracture surgery. The only reason I can't give this bike 5 stars is because of the hardness of the seat. Even though I purchased the Sunlite Gel Bicycle Seat Cover (which Amazon suggested in the Frequently Purchased Together section of the bike's webpage) at the same time that I purchased the bike, it barely makes a difference. After 30 minutes of riding, I am literally forced to get off of the bike. I also put a thick towel on top of the Gel Seat Cover, and even with that extra measure, my butt and family jewels are rendered numb from the hardness of the seat. I probably should have done more research on seat covers instead of simply buying the one that Amazon suggested... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 27, 2010

    The Best Exercise Machine Ever For The Price

    In all honesty im 6 Feet Tall and its fine i don't see any problem with it, i read the other review about "it's for midgets" and that not true. I have it on the highest seat setting and my knees still don't hit the bars or my chest lol. Its a great bike... i would only recommend getting the gel seat cover they recommend to get, i think its called "Cloud Nine" Other than that your good to go. I also read that it's a bit loud and that it makes it difficult to hear the TV at the same time your using the Bike. Well i have mine right in front of the TV and yes the bike makes some noise....but nothing to stress over, all you have to do is raise the volume a little and it's good,the bike isn't that loud. Now lets get to assembling part,oh wait i forgot to tell you there barely is any assembling to do, i put it together in 30 minutes and the instructions were good to me. The only thing i found tricky was putting on the left pedal, it screws on the opposite way of the right pedal. The only... 5/5 V. Dibartolo (Brooklyn) - See all my reviews, March 4, 2010

    Great Bike

    0 5/5 Teresa Julian "Teresa" (VA) - See all my reviews, May 14, 2010
    List Price: $299.99
    Price: $109.99
    You Save: $190.00 (63%)
    Measures 41.75 by 22 by 46.5 inches; weighs 47.3 pounds
    250-pound user weight capacity
    Fan wheel provides a gentle breeze as you exercise
    Tension easily adjusts with the turn of a knob
    Digital display tracks your time, speed, distance, and calories burned
    Sturdy steel frame design
    Dual-action handlebars engage an upper and lower body workout
    Tension adjusts easily with the turn of a knob


  • Wagan

    Wagan EL2773 Mini Cycle

    Automotive Parts and Accessories (Wagan)
    List Price: $89.99

    Fun and easy way to exercise your legs and arms anywhere
    Requires 1 AAA battery (included)
    Burn calories and improve circulation
    Digital multi-function computer display tracks time, distance, count, cycles per minute and calories
    Use while you sit at your office desk at work or while you watch television at home


  • Drive Medical

    Drive Medical Pedal Exerciser with Attractive Silver Vein Finish, Silver Vein (Knock down)

    Health and Beauty (Drive Medical)
    List Price: $57.07

    Ideal for toning leg and arm muscles; Tension can be adjusted
    Four anti-slip rubber pads prevent sliding and protect floor; Attractive silver vein finish
    Stimulates circulation
    Safe and gentle form of low-impact exercise
    Compact for storage and transport


  • Sunny Health & Fitness

    Sunny Health & Fitness Mini Cycle

    Sports (Sunny Health & Fitness)

    Rating (311 reviews):
    (3.6/5)
    Sunny Health & Fitness

    Exactly what I was hoping it would be

    This little exerciser fits right under my desk, and when it's on its mat, it does not move around on the floor (wood) at all. The noise level is pretty quiet--just a low-level ssssss, but I work at home, so I'm not sure how it would play in a cubicle setting. It was easy to assemble.I, too, found that the tension setting doesn't make much of a difference, although it got a little tighter with more turns that I would have thought necessary. But sitting here pedaling away for a half hour felt like it lasted about a minute as I surfed and worked and allegedly--according to the calorie counter--burned about 250 calories. I did break a sweat in my air-conditioned livingroom. I expect to find myself pedaling off and on all day without even thinking about it, and I don't have to leave my work and carve out a half hour or an hour to get in a bit of daily exercise. That leaves me all the more time for my kids and family time when everyone gets home from school and work... 5/5 Biogrrl (Denver) - See all my reviews This little exerciser fits right under my desk, and when it's on its mat, it does not move around on the floor (wood) at all. The noise level is pretty quiet--just a low-level ssssss, but I work at home, so I'm not sure how it would play in a cubicle setting. It was easy to assemble.I, too, found that the tension setting doesn't make much of a difference, although it got a little tighter with more turns that I would have thought necessary. But sitting here pedaling away for a half hour felt like it lasted about a minute as I surfed and worked and allegedly--according to the calorie counter--burned about 250 calories. I did break a sweat in my air-conditioned livingroom. I expect to find myself pedaling off and on all day without even thinking about it, and I don't have to leave my work and carve out a half hour or an hour to get in a bit of daily exercise. That leaves me all the more time for my kids and family time when everyone gets home from school and work... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 3, 2007

    SOME PEOPLE ARE NEVER SATISFIED

    I don't usually write reviews, in fact, this is my first in 20 years on the net, but several things need to be addressed here. Contrary to complaints the plastic housing is absoutly sufficient, the cracking of some of the housings is due to the manufacturer's packing and not Amazon"s (I got one too it got replaced) no biggie. And as far as that person complaining about having to put in four bolts to attach the feet goes...I'd hate to see them with a device a little more complex.....they'd look like a monkey with a math problem. I too found the maximum resistance that you can get from the knob too light. When I found mine to be that way I removed the cover and there is an adjustment inside that will allow you to make the pedals so tight you can use them for a step stool. All-in-all, for the money, the device is more than you usually get and is built much better than a lot of people are assuming. Bottom line is if you want a Mercedes don't buy a Ford...but remember you pay lots more for... 5/5 suttleman - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Sunny Health & Fitness Mini Cycle (Health and Beauty) I don't usually write reviews, in fact, this is my first in 20 years on the net, but several things need to be addressed here. Contrary to complaints the plastic housing is absoutly sufficient, the cracking of some of the housings is due to the manufacturer's packing and not Amazon"s (I got one too it got replaced) no biggie. And as far as that person complaining about having to put in four bolts to attach the feet goes...I'd hate to see them with a device a little more complex.....they'd look like a monkey with a math problem. I too found the maximum resistance that you can get from the knob too light. When I found mine to be that way I removed the cover and there is an adjustment inside that will allow you to make the pedals so tight you can use them for a step stool. All-in-all, for the money, the device is more than you usually get and is built much better than a lot of people are assuming. Bottom line is if you want a Mercedes don't buy a Ford...but remember you pay lots more for... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 22, 2011

    Looks great, needs more tension

    0 4/5 Linda Martin (La Porte, TX USA) - See all my reviews, July 25, 2006
    List Price: $89.00
    Also can be operated via hand on a tabletop to improve upper body strength and tone-up arms
    Can be used on the floor to strengthen legs
    Adjust intensity with twist of a dial; built-in LCD screen displays distance, time, calories burned, and total reps
    Portable stationary bike is a compact, surprisingly versatile home fitness device
    Achieve a challenging cardiovascular workout in a minimum of space


  • Marcy

    Marcy Upright Mag Cycle

    Sports (Marcy)

    Rating (563 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Marcy

    All Good

    Bought this item via Amazon over other retailers because of the free shipping (delivered very quickly by Fed-Ex). Took a while to put together, and the tension chord was a complete bitch, but I broke out my trusty wrench and got it in place. This bike is very sturdy, and I tightened the piss out of the nuts and bolts so it would be. I can see where the base legs and seat may wobble if the bolts are not tight, so be vigilant about that. Had to get used to the smooth, noiseless ride, and the higher tension settings will get smoother as I get more used to it. The lower settings are very smooth and effortless. The plastic case was intact, no bolts were missing, all was good, and the bike fits into a convenient spot in my apartment and takes up little space. As a cardio exerciser, it works well, and after 15 minutes of use I was sweating like, well, like a fat guy on a bike. After 30 minutes I could barely walk, but, again, that's due to me, not the bike. The seat really does hurt the... 5/5 BJM "BJM" (Grand Island, NE United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Marcy Marcy Upright Mag Bike (Sports) Bought this item via Amazon over other retailers because of the free shipping (delivered very quickly by Fed-Ex). Took a while to put together, and the tension chord was a complete bitch, but I broke out my trusty wrench and got it in place. This bike is very sturdy, and I tightened the piss out of the nuts and bolts so it would be. I can see where the base legs and seat may wobble if the bolts are not tight, so be vigilant about that. Had to get used to the smooth, noiseless ride, and the higher tension settings will get smoother as I get more used to it. The lower settings are very smooth and effortless. The plastic case was intact, no bolts were missing, all was good, and the bike fits into a convenient spot in my apartment and takes up little space. As a cardio exerciser, it works well, and after 15 minutes of use I was sweating like, well, like a fat guy on a bike. After 30 minutes I could barely walk, but, again, that's due to me, not the bike. The seat really does hurt the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 15, 2010

    Good moderate-exertion women's bike

    I ride a real bicycle 3-4 times a week. I have very muscular legs and can easily ride 20+ miles over the course of the day.I bought this exercise bike so I can stay fit without having to go out in the nasty weather (snow, rain, and ice.)Assembly: Straightforward and fairly easy. But, the plastic body of the bike is cracked on one side. I'm ticked off about that, but it doesn't affect the bike's function.Seat: There is nothing wrong with this seat. I don't know why so many users have complained; I'm guessing they are not frequent bike riders and are looking for an easy way to get fit. Virtually any bike seat is uncomfortable if you aren't used to riding a bike. As for me, after riding this bike for an hour I have no butt discomfort. I attribute this to my regular bike usage. For newbies, I estimate it will take a week or so to become accustomed to sitting on a bike seat.Exertion: The highest setting is not difficult to pedal. Maybe this... 4/5 The Doc - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Marcy Marcy Upright Mag Bike (Sports) I ride a real bicycle 3-4 times a week. I have very muscular legs and can easily ride 20+ miles over the course of the day.I bought this exercise bike so I can stay fit without having to go out in the nasty weather (snow, rain, and ice.)Assembly: Straightforward and fairly easy. But, the plastic body of the bike is cracked on one side. I'm ticked off about that, but it doesn't affect the bike's function.Seat: There is nothing wrong with this seat. I don't know why so many users have complained; I'm guessing they are not frequent bike riders and are looking for an easy way to get fit. Virtually any bike seat is uncomfortable if you aren't used to riding a bike. As for me, after riding this bike for an hour I have no butt discomfort. I attribute this to my regular bike usage. For newbies, I estimate it will take a week or so to become accustomed to sitting on a bike seat.Exertion: The highest setting is not difficult to pedal. Maybe this... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 5, 2011

    This appears to be the same bike as I own, it's excellent!

    I don't know why Marcy changed the model number on what was a great-selling and highly rated exercise bike on Amazon, and somehow managed to lose its 100+ mostly flattering reviews, but this looks and sounds exactly like the one I've been using 2-3 times per week for the last year-and-a-half. It works really well, and it is definitely worth the money. I'm in fairly decent shape and I use it at level 3 for 20-30 min. Level 8 would be really really hard for more than a few minutes. People who don't find the tension difficult at level 8 either got a defective tensioner or had trouble installing it properly.The calorie expenditure readout also seems pretty accurate. The flaw, but not a fatal one: the uncomfortable seat, which could not be easily replaced with another one. I tried using a sheepskin cover, but that created its own problems. You probably just have to get used to it as I've tried and mostly succeeded doing. (And the seat doesn't seem to bother everyone.)... 4/5 S. Birkett "Sheila Birkett" (Otego, New York) - See all my reviews This review is from: Marcy Marcy Upright Mag Bike (Sports) I don't know why Marcy changed the model number on what was a great-selling and highly rated exercise bike on Amazon, and somehow managed to lose its 100+ mostly flattering reviews, but this looks and sounds exactly like the one I've been using 2-3 times per week for the last year-and-a-half. It works really well, and it is definitely worth the money. I'm in fairly decent shape and I use it at level 3 for 20-30 min. Level 8 would be really really hard for more than a few minutes. People who don't find the tension difficult at level 8 either got a defective tensioner or had trouble installing it properly.The calorie expenditure readout also seems pretty accurate. The flaw, but not a fatal one: the uncomfortable seat, which could not be easily replaced with another one. I tried using a sheepskin cover, but that created its own problems. You probably just have to get used to it as I've tried and mostly succeeded doing. (And the seat doesn't seem to bother everyone.)... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 4, 2010
    List Price: $249.99
    Large console display tracks time, distance, speed, and calories burned
    Upright exercise bike with smooth magnetic resistance system
    8 levels of preset resistance accommodates several fitness levels
    Measures 31.5 x 48.75 x 18 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 43 pounds
    Counterbalanced pedals with adjustable foot straps; transport wheels


  • Exerpeutic

    Exerpeutic 400XL Folding Recumbent Bike

    Sports (Exerpeutic)
    List Price: $189.00
    Price: $144.82
    You Save: $44.18 (23%)

    Precision-balanced flywheel; 8-level adjustable magnetic tension control system
    Foldable recumbent exercise bike with quiet V-belt double-drive transmission system
    Easy-to-read LCD display tracks your distance, calories, time, speed, and heart rate
    Supports up to 300 pounds; measures 19 x 46 x 33 inches (W x H x D)
    Semi-recumbent design for easy entry and exit; large seat cushion and backrest


  • Exerpeutic

    Exerpeutic 900XL Extended Capacity Recumbent Bike with Pulse

    Sports (Exerpeutic)
    List Price: $229.00

    Recumbent stationary bike offers challenging cardiovascular workout while minimizing stress on your joints and back
    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
    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


  • Marcy

    Marcy Recumbent Mag Cycle

    Sports (Marcy)
    List Price: $199.99
    Price: $133.13
    You Save: $66.86 (33%)

    Measures 55 x 40 x 25 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 66 pounds
    Large console display tracks speed, distance, time, and calories
    Counterbalanced pedals with adjustable foot straps; built-in transport wheels
    Easy-to-adjust tension-tightening knob for different fitness levels
    Recumbent exercise bike with 8 levels of preset resistance


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