Schwinn created the ultimate exercise machine, when they put the Schwinn Airdyne Exercise bike on the market in the late 1970's. It has since become the most common form of fitness as far as exercise bikes. The Airdyne has no resistance parts, and gets all its resistance from air.
These bikes have been around since the late 70's and since that time replacement parts have remained basically the same. They still use wedge pins in the crank arms, and a two crank system with a left and right eccentric arm. The grips have remained the same as well as the connecting arms, pivot bolts and lever arms.
We not only carry repair items for exercisers but we know how to fix them and have available the nuts, lockwashers and oilite bearings, and chains you will need when you repair your equipment. Please feel free to call us at +1 (410) 859-3538
Ron Williams on Aug 6, 2020
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I'm an original owner of a Schwill AirDyne...purchased 25+ years ago! Today, it finally "broke" and I'm trying to determine if it is "fixable". Low maintenance over the years...and have only put about 4,200 miles on it! NEVER had a problem with it before!! I had previously noticed the left "arm" was looser than the right "arm" but could not figure out how to adjust it. Today, it just fell off during use!
If newer units are built as well as this "old timer", it's a great machine!
I'd definitly recommend any workable AirDyne to anyone!