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True ES 9.0 Upright Bike

True ES 9.0 Upright Bike

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True ES 9.0 Upright Bike

The True ES 9.0 Upright Bike is a residential exercise bike of True fitness and have a maximum user capacity of 350 lbs. The ergonomic aero bars and armrests of this upright bike provides you maximum body control, power and stability.

True ES 9.0 Upright Bike Specifications

  • Frame- Universal Seat Post with Fore/Aft Adjustablitiy
  • Power Source - Plug- In
  • Resistance Level- 16
  • Seat Type- Gel Seat

True ES 9.0 Upright Bike Features

  • Gel seat for added comfort
  • 5 preset workout programs
  • Polar Wireless Heart Rate Monitoring
  • Ergonomic aero bars and armrests
  • Adjustable universal seat post gives you the option of using a seat of your choice

True ES 9.0 Upright Bike Specifications

  • Footprint- 43"L x 25"W
  • Programs- 5 Preset
  • Machine Weight– 116 lbs
  • Manual Workout– 16
  • Display
    Dual Window Blue LED
  • Maximum User Weight– 350 lbs
  • Work Load Range– 30 – 350 Watts
  • Warranty
    • Frame- Lifetime
    • Parts – 10 Year
    • Labor – 1 Year



True ES 9.0 Upright Bike Cost

Price of True ES 9.0 Upright Bike in USD: $1,999.00
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True ES 9.0 Upright Bike Owner’s Manual, Machine Assembly Instruction and User Guide

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Michael
Michael
June 21, 2021 1:07 pm

Just wondering if you can tell me 5 (or so) key differences between the ES 9.0 and the ES 900.
Thanks for any information.

maureen oconnor
maureen oconnor
May 1, 2020 7:08 am

Is there an on/off switch to turn the bike on and off or do you have to plug the bike in to turn it on?

Michael Scott
Michael Scott
Reply to  maureen oconnor
June 9, 2021 12:23 pm

Good question, Maureen. It appears the bike is “On” and ready to “Go” at all times…..unless you unplug it.
No problem, though, because the LED lights on the dashboard probably take a miniscule amount of electricity.