Congratulations on purchasing a fitness equipment from York Fitness. You have chosen a high quality, safe and innovative piece of equipment as your training partner and we are certain it will keep you motivated on the way to achieving your personal fitness goals.
safety information Please read this information manual before • Never overload the equipment. (See maximum user weight) you begin assembly. Great care has been • Never use the equipment in any other manner other than taken to design these instructions and the ways explained in these instructions and any wall- following them will help you with quicker chart supplied.
customer support Care & Maintenance Contact Us • Always place the equipment in a dry environment. ENGLAND York Barbell (UK) Ltd. • Use a warm, damp cloth to keep the product clean. York Way, Daventry, Northants, England NN11 4YB • No wet cleaning of electrical components.
assembly instructions If you suspect you may have some parts Before you start missing, please contact us before going Prepare your work area - It is important you assemble the product in a clean and back to your retailer. Refer to the Customer uncluttered space.
Step 1. • The rear stabilizer has end caps that can vary in height to enable you to level the trainer on uneven floors. • Fix the rear stabilizer to the main frame and secure by using two carriage bolts, spring washers, washers and nylon locknuts.
assembly instructions Step 3. • (Diagram A) Attach the pedal brackets to the pedal posts and secure by using six allen head bolts, spring washers and washers. NOTE: Make sure you fasten the bolts securely for your safety and comfort when pedalling. •...
Step 4. • You may find that you prefer to support the front post either between your legs or with your hand. • (Diagram A) Connect the upper tension cable to the inside bracket at the end of the lower tension cable. •...
assembly instructions Step 5. • Insert the front post into the front post mounting tube and secure by using four allen head bolts, spring washers and washers. NOTE: Take care to ensure that the wire does not get trapped when you attach the front post. Part No.
Step 7. • (Diagram A) Insert the handle bar pivot rod from the left side, and centre through the handle bar bracket. TAKE CARE not to push the nylon bushing out of the handle bar bracket when inserting the pivot rod. •...
assembly instructions Step 8. • (Diagram A) Attach the left handle bar to the left handle bar adjustable bracket and secure by using the hex head bolt, metal bush and locknut into the bottom hole of the bracket as shown. NOTE: The hex head bolt and metal bush must be threaded from the outside of the bracket towards to the handle bar so the metal bush sits inside the hole in the...
Step 9. • (Diagram A) Slide the connect bracket onto the left side crank shaft with the pedal post fixing hole facing towards the front as shown. • (Diagram B) Screw the connect bracket onto the crank shaft with one allen head bolt, spring washer and washer. •...
assembly instructions Step 10. • (Diagram A) Insert two batteries (AA size 1.5V) into the compartment in the back of the computer. NOTE: When you insert the batteries, you may set the current date and time, which will display on the screen when not in use.
Step 11. • (Diagram A) Release the seat post clamp assembly first. Attach the seat post assembly to the seat. • (Diagram B) Adjust the seat to the desired angle then fasten the seat post clamp assembly securely. MAKE SURE you fasten the nuts on both sides evenly and tightly for your safety and comfort when pedalling.
operational instructions Computer Instructions Your computer is ideal for monitoring your performance and setting yourself targets. By measuring your pulse rate you can ensure you exercise within your range. At the same time you can monitor closely your improving condition and cardiovascular fitness. To Start: Press the SET button to activate the unit.
Setting Functions You can set a target time, distance or calories on your computer. When you start exercising the computer will begin to count down from your target to zero. When it reaches zero an alarm will beep, then start to count up if you continue exercising. FUNCTIONS DESCRIPTION SCAN...
operational instructions Other Notes: • When targets / limits have been reached an alarm will sound. • Without any signal for 5 minutes, the LCD display will shut off automatically with all values reset to zero. Press any key or start cycling to reactivate.
Set-up for standing cross training • (Diagram A) Check handle bars set in forward position. • (Diagram B) Check seat in lowest position. • Adjust the foot-platforms so that you can exercise in the correct position, and without your knees hitting the frame. •...
maintenance Storage Keep the equipment in a dry place with as little temperature variation as possible. Try to protect from dust and always unplug when not in use. (if applicable) Cleaning Use a warm, damp cloth to wipe the surfaces. Mild detergent may be used if necessary. WARNING: Never remove the protective casing.
This warranty does not extend to any product that has been damaged or rendered defective: (a) as a result of accident, misuse, abuse or lack of reasonable care; (b) by the use of parts not manufactured by York Fitness or sold by York Fitness;...
fitness guide Before Exercising Check: • You have adequate space ie. at least 2 ft. (60cm) clearance on each side. • Check all bolts and locking pins are secured and not protruding. In particular check all the bolts and pins for wear, replace doubtful parts before using the equipment.
Cross Training A cardiovascular (heart and lungs etc.) workout as well as toning buttocks, lower abdominal, hips and thighs. Standing Cross Training Check set-up is correct. (See set-up guide) Step on to the trainer. Select a lead foot and press down in a forward or reverse motion. Keep your knees slightly bent.
fitness guide Duration And Resistance Level You should aim to exercise for 10-20 minutes each session. Begin at low intensity (short time & low resistance level) and build up your workout routine gradually - increase the exercise time then increase resistance. DO NOT OVER TRAIN. Forward Squat/Knee Bend Workout (Standing Cross Training) Select a lead foot and press down in a forward...
Suggested Stretches The correct form for several basic stretches is shown at the right. Move slowly as you stretch—never bounce. 1. Hamstring Stretch Sit with one leg extended. Bring the sole of the opposite foot toward you and rest it against the inner thigh of your extended leg.