BodyCraft Introduces New Semi-Recumbent Bikes

BodyCraft is pleased to introduce two new semi-recumbent exercise cycles.
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Continuing their foray into high quality cardio equipment, BodyCraft is pleased to announce two new semi-recumbent exercise bikes.

At only 44 inches in overall length, their compact size belies the commercial quality construction. The R18 and R25 are built for both light institutional use and home use.

The easy-to-use two color displays provide features such as heart rate control programs, user defined programs, watt output programs, and preset programs.

"Our meticulous R&D has resulted in two of the most space efficient bikes that still fit almost every size user. We worked hard to achieve the smoothest ride available at any price. And, they look great!" states Chief Designer Jason Luedeke.

"I'm excited because we decided to use all-welded steel frames and components from different parts of the world normally found in club grade bikes at more than twice the price. I do not anticipate service calls with these bikes.", explains Customer Service Manager Nick Sullivan.

The BodyCraft R18 and R25 are only now available only at select BodyCraft retail locations.

About BodyCraft
Founded over 16 years ago, and headquartered in Sunbury, Ohio, USA, BodyCraft is a multi-category, worldwide fitness equipment provider. for more information visit bodycraft.com, or call 8000-990-5556.

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