The life fitness 95C was built to imitate the real on road cycling experience. Like most bikes that are designed to do this, the ergonomics are the most important factor that manufacturers focus on. The bike has a Knee Over Pedal Spindle (KOPS) to ensure that the knee is in the correct position. Combined with 25 levels of resistance, whose controls are easily accessible from a seated position, means you can adjust it to fit your workout needs.
It also has a 7inch LCD touch screen display. The display will provide the user with a number of statistics as they work out on the bike. This includes calories burned, the rate of calories burned per hour, time elapsed etc. It also has several preset programs including a heart rate monitor.
Features at a Glance:
- Includes 40 preset workout programs, such as hill and cardio. It also includes different heart rate presets to avoid guesswork.
- Monitor that shows different statistics such as, Calories burned, calories burned per hour, Elapsed time, time remaining amongst others.
- Has 25 levels of resistance.
- The power outlet is optional since it is self powered.
- Weighs 176 pounds and can accommodate a user with a maximum 400 pounds.
- Height 60 inches, length 40 inches, width 21 inches.
- Has small wheels at the front which makes it easy to move.
Comparison with Life Fitness 9500HR Upright Bike
The Life fitness 9500HR occupies a significantly smaller floor space, compared to the Life fitness 95C. The 9500HR also weighs less in comparison. The main advantage with the 95C is the number of workout presets that include hill climbing, cardio and around the world terrains, such as the Kilimanjaro foothills, which makes the workout more interesting. The 95C also has 25 resistance levels which is twice as much as on a 9500HR.