LifeSpan Unity Bike Desk


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LifeSpan Unity Bike Desk

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The Unity Bike Desk combines the health benefits of cycling with the efficiency of a traditional desk, converting sedentary time into productive exercise. With power-free operation, silent pedaling and spacious working surface, the LifeSpan Unity brings focused activity to the home, classroom or office. Perfect for adults and children alike.

The large molded seat stays comfortable for hours of use, without constant re-positioning needed. Getting on and off is easy as using an office chair, with nothing to step over or climb into.

Unlike under-desk cycles, the chair and bike are one piece, keeping pedals and seat properly positioned beneath you. This superior design doesn't allow the pedals to be pushed forward or the chair to roll back when pedaled.

Benefits and Features:

  • Spacious workspace, provides ample room for both working and storage
  • Quiet operation, silent pedaling and backwards pedaling
  • Large oversized pedals, allow for smooth bi-directional motion
  • Large contoured seat, long lasting comfort
  • Seat height adjustment is accomplished with a simple lever

Warranty: Frame: 3 Years, Parts: 1 Year

Additional Information

  • Dimensions: 47" L x 31" W x 41" H
  • Desktop Dimensions: 31.5" W x 24" D
  • Seat Adjustment: 7" (11 positions), fits users ranging in heights from 5'0" to 6'6"
  • Resistance System: Non-Adjustable Eddy Current Brake System
  • Desktop Material: 3/4" thick HD composite board
  • Desktop Surface: Durable cherry-grain laminate
  • Max. User Weight: 400 lbs.
  • Product Weight: 89 lbs.
Installation Instructions LifeSpan Unity Bike Desk - Installation Instructions.pdf