Anyone recognize this stationary bike descrip?



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David Kerber

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When I was on a business trip earlier this week, the exercise room at one motel we stayed at had a
really nice stationary bike, with some nifty capabilities. Among other things, I could set it to
"bike" mode or "exercise" mode, and in exercise mode, it would attempt to keep a constant power load
as my cadence varied. So I could set it to (for example) 200 watts, and see how my perceived effort
varied as I changed cadence. I could feel the resistance change as I changed my pedaling speed; when
it was at 300 watts, I could hardly turn it until I got up above 80 rpm or so.

IIRC, the name started with "Tech" or maybe "Tek"; I didn't think to write it down while I still had
it in mind. Does anybody recognize the description, and could you maybe give me a link to their web
site? I'd like to see what that bike costs (though I'm sure it will be way out of my range anyway!).

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