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ProForm TDF Centennial Bike Review
We recommend: the 1260sc
The new model is equipped with a 7-inch wide, full-color touch screen. With iFit enabled console you can feel like a real Tour rider as you watch HD video shot on location during the 2012 Tour. Ride stage 11 Albertville, stage 18 Alpe d'Huez, and stage 20 Rambouillet/Paris Champs-Élysées. iFit technology also allows you to draw your own route on the console's Android-powered browser. When you connect to your home's wireless network, you can access email, watch sports highlights, get on Facebook, and more. For more info about iFit please watch the official video below:
The TDF Centennial is engineered with stunning 20 percent incline and decline capability. It features customizable gear ratios. With a triple front chainring and 10 back derailleurs, you can smoothly move through your 30 gears down the valleys and over the summits of your personal records It also comes with a built-in power meter.
Drawbacks: Despite all the adjustment efforts, the bike is designed for tall people. Others will have difficulty with seat height and reaching to the handlebars.
Where to Buy ProForm exercise bikes at Best Price
Given that the ProForm business policy is to sell the fitness equipment through large retail chains, expectedly the official website is not the cheapest place to buy a ProForm exercise bike. The best buying conditions you will find at Amazon. However, the TDF Centennial is out of manufacture. We suggest you to consider the Diamondback 1260sc instaed.
The TDF Centennial is out of manufacture
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