LA Times compliments Lifecore Fitness LC-900 Recumbent

A cynic might take one look at the laid-back design of a stationary recumbent bike and say, "Only Americans could think up a way to get their exercise in a recliner
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Lifecore 900RB: Innovative, compact bike with stunning graphics.

Likes: Dead silent. Beautiful, high-tech console display includes unusually crisp, bright, large, easy-to-read numbers, plus tells you time and temperature. Screen sits low, so you can easily watch a TV over it. To change resistance, you dial an iPod-inspired toggle-wheel that scrolls numbers. Seatback slides up or down; seat bottom can be finely adjusted instead of just in 1-inch increments. At 44 inches long, is a foot shorter than the others. Power cord plugs in from the front or back of the machine; also runs off batteries. At 108 pounds, it's two-thirds the weight of the others.

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