Bike Fitting on Technogym Bike
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Follow a few steps to adjust all the features of your Technogym Bike for a correct and immersive cycling experience.

Before starting your workout with Technogym Bike you can adjust your equipment to your unique training needs; in fact, like all Technogym products, yellow markers represent anything that can be easily regulated.


There are 3 important features of your Technogym Bike that you can adjust:



  • The height of the saddle: if you want to set your saddle at a higher height, simply pull it upwards; if, on the other hand, you want to move it downwards, in this case press the yellow marker directly (for a correct position, check that the saddle is aligned with the height of your hips).
  • The horizontal position of the saddle: it can be adjusted by sliding the saddle forward, after unlocking it with the corresponding yellow marker (to understand if the position is correct, make sure that the distance between the saddle and the handlebars is the same length as your forearm).
  • The height of the handlebar: it can be modified by raising or lowering it, after unlocking it with the yellow marker placed in front of your Technogym Bike (for an ideal position, it should be at the same as height of your saddle).


Now that everything is properly set up, the next step is to double check the optimal cycling posture to have while you are training, in order to get the most out of your Technogym Bike experience.


When you are sitting on your saddle, you should maintain a straight posture, with a neutral spine, without having an over-arched back.

Moreover, once you have placed your hands on the handlebars, make sure your arms are not too extended and that you keep your elbows soft. 

Finally, remember to maintain your knees slightly bent and, with the pedals in position at 3 and 9 o'clock, check if you can see the tips of your toes.  


Now, your Technogym Bike is perfect. Every detail of it reflects your smallest needs, to guarantee you a unique and unrepeatable workout experience.

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