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Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike
Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike
Introducing the official New 2013 Profrom Tour de France Centennial Bike-Model# PFEX01912 now, you can get competitive training from the convenience of home! The New 2013 Proform Tour De France Centennial Bike is made for a cyclist with all micro adjustments so you can fit the bike to your own body. The new 2013 Proform Tour De France Centennial Bike has all the features of the 2012 Tour De France but with better components and a higher quality display screen.
The Proform Tour De France Centennial Bike has cutting edge technology, you draw the route-anywhere in the world- and technology Powered by Google Maps™*** automatically downloads the map to the console.
Accelerate your performance on the official training bike of Le Tour de France: The ProForm® Tour De France Centennial. Powered by Google Maps™ and engineered with stunning 20 percent incline and decline capability, a built-in power meter, and SMR™ Silent Magnetic Resistance-this is the only training bike with the technology, intelligence, and power to take you to the summit.
Celebrate the Tour de France 100th year celebration with the new 2013 Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike. The amazing Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike will provide the ultimate fitness experience that will take you to a new level of workout experience. Adjustability, customization, variability and personalization are a few words that describes the experience using the 2013 Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike. Please feel free to call 1-800-875-9145 to chat with one of our fitness advisors with any questions you may have about the Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike. Order your Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike from FitnessZone.com today!
|TOUR DE FRANCE 100TH YEAR CELEBRATION|
Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike
iFit Technology - Riders logon to the iFit.com website to draw a cycling route anywhere in the world using the Google Maps™ tool. This ProForm bike has a built-in wireless Internet connection so the map is downloaded from iFit.com to the product. Google Street View appears on the product's high-res 7-inch touchscreen and shows a marker that moves to show the rider's progress on the new Proform Tour De France Centennial Bike from FitnessZone.com
7" FULL COLOR TOUCH DISPLAY
Stay in control of your workout with the Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike's 7-inch full-color touch screen. Navigate through workout stats and options with the swipe of a finger, quickly view your speed, time, distance, calories burned, heart rate, and incline/decline on the large easy-to-read display on the 2013 TDF Centennial Bike by Proform.
Train with Power™ - The Proform Tour De France Centennial Bike integrates a Power Meter Display (watts) with SMR™ Silent Magnetic Resistance. Power meters are a luxury cycling accessory costing $1500 to $3000 - an investment not all cyclists make in their training. Power meters provide the purest indicator of cycling performance, providing the cyclist with precise and instantaneous power information.
ProForm individually calibrates the Power Display at the factory to assure precision readouts on each Centennial Bike. ProForm's software engineer for the Power Meter Display on the 2013 TDF Bike project is a dedicated cyclist and will be riding in his sixth LOTOJA race this fall - the grueling single-day, 206-mile road race from northern Utah to Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
2013 Proform Tour De France Centennial Freewheel - One of the keys to high performance on a bicycle is smooth pedaling using the full pedal stroke. The fixed drive on a studio or "spin" cycle encourages your legs to "coast" across the top and bottom of the pedal stroke, so you are encouraged to "mash" the pedals. The Proform Tour De France Centennial Bike has a free wheel on the ProForm Tour de France acts the same as the free wheel on a standard road bike, so you train your legs to generate power through the full pedal stroke.
2013 TDF Centennial Road Bike Real - Cyclists can choose to use their own saddle and pedals, and make universal adjustments to seat and handlebars.
Configurable Gears - The new 2013 TDF Centennial also features 30 configurable electronic gears to accommodate preferences for double, triple or compact cranks.
The 2013 TDF Centennial Bike is latest version of ProForm Tour de France training
cycle is the best way to experience the range of terrain, just like Tour riders,
from the first ever routes on Corsica for stages 1 to 3 to the thigh-burning inclines
of the high mountain stages. Notably, this year's Tour has slated a double climb
of Alpe d'Huez at Stage 18 which you can do on the Proform Tour De France Centennial
The ProForm Tour de France Centennial training cycle simulates road biking with three technology innovations: iFit™ Technology Powered by Google Maps™, motorized incline to 20% and decline to 20%, and Intelligent Wind™ resistance technology with power meter.
Geo-data imbedded in Google Maps™ automatically adjusts the cycle's position and resistance to simulate the mapped terrain. Riders can climb up to a 20% incline or race down a 20% decline.
2013 TDF Centennial Bike's Resistance - The quest to create an indoor cycle with a smooth, flowing sensation was perfected by ProForm's engineering team, many of whom are cycling enthusiasts. The foremost goal was to simulate the combined resistance from four major factors that affect road cyclists: body size, wind resistance, road grade and tire contact with the road, known as rolling resistance.
ProForm's team met its goals with Intelligent Wind™ Resistance technology, and combined with iFit™ Technology and 20% incline to decline, distinguishes this cycle from all bike trainers, indoor cycles or stationary bikes.
First, the rider enters his weight at iFit.com, and then ProForm's algorithms use that data to customize the ride to simulate the full road biking experience on the 2013 TDF Bike.
"We give you all the tools to interact with this tdf bike, just like you'd interact with your road bike," said Greg Law, Director of Engineering for ProForm, an avid cyclist and four-time rider in LOTOJA. "With this bike, every ride is dynamic. You have to accommodate the changing ‘terrain' as it happens, downshifting when you encounter an incline, for example, or adjusting your posture to maintain power when the bike tilts uphill.
"With the Proform Centennial Bike, the concept of shifting gears becomes super relevant," Law said. "It's not about imagining a hill, then turning a knob or changing speed. We give you 30 gears. Resistance adjustments on the ProForm Le Tour de France cycle feel more like the mechanical advantage of shifting gears on a road bike. In fact, the resistance adjustments on the ProForm Tour de France training bike are akin to shifting gears. As the rider changes gears, resistance is changed, along with the speed and distance traveled. Progress along a Google Map™ cycling route drawn with iFit™ Technology will be affected—the rider's marker will move more slowly upon shifting down during uphill climbs, for example, reflecting the tremendous effort required.
ProForm's smooth ride comes from electronically controlled touchless magnetic brakes or resistance, which assures the resistance does not change with use, and provides "repeatable resistance" from ride to ride on the 2013 TDF Centennial.
Now, you can experience incline and decline that matches the street! Map any route around the world and the Tour de France Indoor Cycle automatically adjusts the incline and decline to simulate the terrain! No matter the route, no matter the map, your bike moves to follow the road. What you see is exactly what you feel-every hill, every flat and every decline.
Introducing the all new ProForm 2013 Proform Tour De France Centennial Bike
Accelerate your performance on the official training bike of Le Tour de France: The ProForm Centennial Bike is Powered by Google Maps and engineered with stunning 20 percent incline and decline capability, a built-in power meter, and SMR Silent Magnetic Resistance - this is the only training bike with the technology, intelligence, and power to take you to the summit.
Full Color Touch Display
Stay in control of your workout with the 7-inch full-color touch
screen. Navigate through workout stats and options with the
swipe of a finger. Quickly view your speed, time, distance,
calories burned, heart rate, and incline/decline on
the large, easy-to-read display.
style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: none;"HD Video of Actual Tour Stages
Feel like a real Tour rider as you watch HD video shot on
location during the 2012 Tour De France. Ride Stage 11
Albertville, Stage 18 Alpe d'Huez, and Stage 20
Industry-leading iFit technology takes you around the world
when you draw a map on the console's Android powered
browser. Plus, you can tap into a content library of goal-
based workouts, track your progress automatically, compete
with friends, and customize your workout. And when you
connect to your home's wireless network, you can access
email, watch sports highlights, get on Facebook, and more.
21 Pre-Drawn Maps of all 2013 Tour Stages
Ride key sections of all 2013 Tour Stages, starting in
Corsica, through the grueling mountain stages, and
ending in Paris. Go from spectator to participant. Or,
you can log on to iFit and draw your own cycling route
anywhere in the world to train for any event.
|Intelligent Wind Resistance:||30 Configurable Electronic Gears:||iPod Compatible Audio with Speakers:|
ProForm's smart technology automatically adjusts the resistance of your bike based on your personalized wind profile. By calculating your unique key measurements, your indoor cycle applies the same natural resistance you would feel on the road.
We take your training seriously. The TDF Centennial features customizable gear ratios to match your personal road bike. With a triple front chainring and 10 back derailleurs, you can smoothly move through your 30 gears down the valleys and over the summits of your personal records.
Rock your workout to your favorite music. Simply plug your iPod in to the Intermix Acoustics 2.0 Sound System and listen to incredible sound through two 2-inch speak.
|ANT+ Wireless Chest Strap:||Adjustable Saddle and Handlebars:||Warranty|
|Stay in your target heart rate zone for maximum results. Built-in heart rate sensors help you monitor your workout.||
Ergonomically designed for comfort, the nonslip handlebars cut down on fatigue so you can ride longer. Plus, with the horizontally and vertically adjustable saddle, you can find your perfect fit. Or, you can use your own saddle and pedals if you prefer.
|The ProForm TDF Centennial is protected with a 10-year frame warranty and 1-year parts and labor warranty.|
Dual Water Bottle Holders
Front Mounted Transport Wheels
Commercial-Grade Steel Frame
|Pedal With Toe Cages & Straps||Adjustable Leveling Feet||350 lb Weight Capacity|
Proform Tour de France Centennial
- New ergonomics and geometry to give the fit and feel of a road bike
- - Power Meter Display (watts) with SMR® Silent Magnetic Resistance
- - Universal adjustment for seat forward, seat aft, handlebars and more
- - Adjustable or interchangeable saddle and pedals
- - Freewheel when not pedaling
- - 30 configurable electronic gears integrated on drop down handle bars
- - 7-inch color touchscreen console with built-in Wi-Fi -- displays Google Street View and connects to internet
- - iFit® technology enables cycle to automatically adjust from 20% incline to 20% decline and mimic the terrain of any map drawn with Google Maps
- - Pre-drawn and pre-loaded Google Maps Street View maps of select sections of all 21 stages of the 2013 Tour, enabled by iFit technology
- - iFit membership and app lets you record an outdoor ride, sync to iFit, then re-ride the route with Google Maps Street View and iFit-enabled incline/decline adjustments
- - Shockingly quiet
Proform Tour de France Centennial
- 10 Years Frame
- 1 Year Parts and Labor
Order your Proform Tour de France Centennial Bike from FitnessZone.com today!
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