There’s a new assault bike in town – here’s the new AssaultBike Pro X.
Those who trained with the AssaultBike Pro know the experience of powerful training and high-intensity, low-impact cardio training it provides. For even more powerful training, this air bike now comes with a new version and presents a few new features, including a revamped, whisper-quiet drivetrain and an extended front stabilizer for a more secured platform. The physics is simple and still the same: the harder you pedal, the greater the resistance.
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AssaultBike Pro X – Overview
Combining the grand features of the Classic and Elite AssaultBike, the Pro X is developed for low-maintenance durability, hi-tech feedback, and fast customization across numerous users. It can be used by a novice, a rehabbing athlete, or an experienced pro training at the highest levels of competition—no matter their sport, body type, or fitness goal. The resistance adjusts to your own output, and the bike’s adjustable padded seat, conveniently placed foot pegs, and supportive handlebar grips make for a smooth, user-friendly ride. When fully assembled, the Pro X weighs 125lb which is in between the weight of the Classic (96lbs) and Elite (139lbs) with a little more compact design than the Elite at 51.73″ L x 24.52″ W x 52.51″ H (compared to 55” x 26” x 55”). There are 11 height settings and six front-to-back settings included standard on the AssaultBike Pro X for more customization.
It has a powerful steel frame that delivers reliable support and balance for any workout, further assisted by reinforced steel pedals, sealed cartridge bearings in every pivot (20 total), and hydraulically pressed ISIS-drive connections. The Pro X has a whisper-quiet performance with its dual belt drive that effectively reroutes the power generated by your peddling directly into the machine while confining overall noise output. The cogged belt in the first stage of the drivetrain helps eradicate slipping, while the poly-v belt in the second stage produces a smoother ride and feel. Assault has extended the Pro X’s front stabilizer width to 23” for a secure and safe platform when you push the intensity hard.
Pro X’s high-contrast LCD display includes instant, multi-faceted monitor feedback with more custom programming options and conducive Bluetooth and ANT connectivity. You can simultaneously track their heart rate, RPM, speed, time, distance, and calories burned while also setting up exhilarating new HIIT interval training programs. Aside from getting the effects of a good workout, you’ll also be able to catch the science behind it in real time. The console also includes a convenient bottle and smartphone holders. The AssaultBike Pro ships with all you need for a quick, one-and-done assembly. This includes an instruction manual with clear-cut guidelines to get you up and running.
AssaultBike Pro X – In Summary
That’s our close-up look at the AssaultBike Pro X.
The AssaultBike Pro X has a heavy-duty steel frame that offers all the support and stability you need, while its comfortable padded seat, conveniently placed foot pegs, and ergonomic Q-Factor create one of the most user-friendly rides of any fan bike on the market. It provides a quiet ride and versatility whether you train out of a garage gym or run your own large-scale facility.
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