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Schwinn Airdyne

Schwinn created the ultimate exercise machine, when they put the Schwinn Airdyne Exercise bike on the market in the late 1970s. 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 70s 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 carry all the airdyne parts you will need to maintain and fix your Schwinn model AD-2, and AD-6 Airdyne Exerciser. Since 2014 They have come out with several newer models, the AD-6, the Airdyne 2 and AD Pro all of which we carry parts for.

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

Nautilus Bowflex Home Gyms at krislynn

 

 

Bowflex is manufactures a series of exercise machines used for strength training and cardio training, owned and sold by Nautilus, Inc.. They are primarily sold through the use of television commercials. 

Instead of conventional weights or pulley machines, Bowflex machines use polymer rods to create constant resistance or tension. The machines are marketed as taking up much less space than a complete set of weights and machines. 

The Bowflex Ultimate® 2 Home Gym is a total-body solution that delivers everything you could possibly imagine for great fitness results. It offers over 95 exercises and includes a lat tower, leg extension/leg curl station, preacher curl attachment, integrated squat station and more. 

The Bowflex began marketing the first product, The Bowflex 2000X in 1986. Bowflex of America changed its name to Bowflex, Inc. In 1999 the company changed its name to Direct Focus, Inc. and initiated an IPO on Nasdaq. With the success of Bowflex, the company bought the Nautilus Corporation, Schwinn Fitness, and Stairmaster Fitness. In 2002 the company moved to the NYSE and renamed itself The Nautilus Group and is now Nautilus, Inc. which owns and markets the Bowflex along with Nautilus, Schwinn Exercise, Stairmaster and Pearl Izumi lines among other brands. 

Essentially there are two main designs, the Bowflex Power Rod Home Gym and the Bowflex Revolution Home Gym. The Bowflex home gym models are classified into value series, premium series and platinum series. There are only six models that are still manufactured at this moment and these are the Bowflex Classic Home Gym and Bowflex Xtreme SE Home Gym, Bowflex Xtreme 2SE Home Gym and Bowflex Revolution XP Home Gym, Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home Gym and Bowflex Revolution Home. Below is an overview of the models: 

Bowflex Power Pro (1990s) 35 exercises
210 lb (95 kg) weight resistance, upgradeable to 310 or 410 lb (190 kg)
Base model can be upgraded with Lat Tower and Leg Extension (XTL Model includes these) 

Bowflex Xtreme Home Gym(2006)
Bowflex Xtreme SE Home Gym (2007)
No Bench, Seat only
65 exercises
4 position adjustable pulleys (built-in)
210 lb (95 kg) weight resistance – upgradeable to 310 or 410 lb (190 kg)
6' 10" (208 cm) H x 4' 5" (135 cm) L x 4' 1" (125 cm) W 

Bowflex Motivator 2 Home Gym (2005)
55 exercises
Never sold directly from Bowflex- marketed through other vendors
No adjustable pulleys
210 lb (95 kg) weight resistance – NOT Upgradeable
7' x 3'3½" x 6'11½" x 3'2" 

Bowflex Sport Home Gym (2006)
60 exercises
210 lb (95 kg) weight resistance, upgradeable to 310 or 410 lb (190 kg)
83" H x 84" L x 40" W 

Bowflex Revolution Home Gym (2006)
90 exercises
Spiraflex plate resistance – No Power Rods
170 degree adjustable arms
220 lb (100 kg) weight resistance – upgradeable to 300 pounds 

Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home Gym (2007)
95 exercises
5 position adjustable pulleys
310 lb (140 kg) weight resistance, upgradeable to 410 lb (190 kg)
6' 10" (208 cm) H x 7'8" (234 cm) L x 3' 10" (117 cm) W 

Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym (2007)
70 exercises
4 position adjustable pulleys
210 lb (95 kg) weight resistance, upgradeable to 310 or 410 lb (190 kg)
6' 10" (208 cm) H x 4' 5" (135 cm) L x 4' 1" (125 cm) W 

Bowflex Ultimate XTLU (2007)
90 exercises
2 position adjustable pulleys
310 lb (140 kg) weight resistance, upgradeable to 410 lb (190 kg)
6' 11" (211 cm) H x 8' 2" (249 cm) L x 4' 2" (127 cm) W 

Bowflex Blaze Home Gym (2007)
60 exercises
No adjustable pulleys
210 lb (95 kg) weight resistance, upgradeable to 310 or 410 lb (190 kg)
7' 0.5" (215 cm) H x 6' 10½" (210 cm) L x 3' 2" (97 cm) W 

Bowflex Xceed Home Gym (2008)
No Bench, Seat only
65 exercises
310 lb (140 kg) weight resistance, upgradeable to 310 or 410 lb (190 kg)
Dimensions: 82.7 by 55.1 by 51.2 inches (HxLxW) 

Bowflex Revolution XP Home Gym (2007) – Sold by Nautilus
Bowflex Revolution FT Home Gym (2007) – Sold by Other Retailers
90 exercises
Spiraflex plate resistance – No Power Rods
170 degree adjustable arms
220 lb (100 kg) weight resistance – upgradeable to 300 pounds
Includes Leg Press Plate and 5 position foot harness 

Bowflex PR3000 Home Gym (2008)
No Bench, Seat only
35 exercises
210 lb (95 kg) weight resistance, upgradeable to 310 lb (140 kg)
81” H x 64” L x 41” W 

Bowflex PR1000 Home Gym (2008)
35 exercises
210 lb (95 kg) weight resistance, not upgradeable
81” H x 84” L x 38” W

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