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Anyone use a LeMond Revmaster?(9 posts)

Anyone use a LeMond Revmaster?the bull
Apr 15, 2003 1:43 PM
Just wondering how quiet there really are?
Let me know what you think about yours if you have one.
I tried out out at the bike shopAmbishawn
Apr 15, 2003 2:12 PM
They are very quiet and very smooth. A very simple bike really. Theres no way the tell speed or distence or watts, it's strictly a time thing. Really nice though, I may consider one next winter and use it with My HRM.
One out not out out , sorry nmAmbishawn
Apr 15, 2003 2:15 PM
I want this and a bowflex!nmthe bull
Apr 15, 2003 4:38 PM
That's because a stationary bike never goes anywhereColnagoFE
Apr 16, 2003 8:13 AM
I love it when Spin students of mine ask me how many miles we go in a typical class. I say zero and they just look at me like I am stupid or something.
Kettler Ergo Racereflayer
Apr 15, 2003 5:51 PM
I own a Kettler Ergo Racer that I really enjoy/recommend. Pricey but it works and it comes with relatively sophisticated electronics and can be interfaced to a computer. The one shop in the US that I know sells, services and supports can be found at this link:

http://www.worldclasscycles.com/ergo_racer-rs-550.jpg
Kettler Ergo Racerthe bull
Apr 15, 2003 7:05 PM
What do these go for?
Kettler Ergo Racereflayer
Apr 15, 2003 8:28 PM
about $1200. I found mine about a year ago on ebay for about $800.
Very quite, very smooth..................BIG RING
Apr 16, 2003 1:34 PM
very expensive, highly adjustable. Get out the measuring tape and set it up like your road bike. I live in So. Cal., spinning or Rev classes are extremely popular. I asked the Fitness manager at a local club if I could buy a used one. Got it for $500 because they were about to order a new fleet of them. Only used it about 10 times all of last year because it only rained 10 times, funny coincidence.