Arm cycle on exercise stand

An exercise stand allows the user to operate the arm cycle either stationary or outdoors – a training tool for people with disabilities

User at his arm cycle
User at his arm cycle

Description
An exercise bike that can be used stationary or outdoors. The user put the front wheels on an exercise stand and mainly uses the bike in the exercise room at home. His wife also has an exercise bike there. The stand is made of aluminum and can easily be folded. Five pedal resistance settings can be adjusted with a resistance control mounted on the handlebars. The bike is equipped with a bike computer.
There is a television in the exercise room.

Outdoor use, see associated tip.

Model: Quickie Shark (arm cycle)
Polar (bike computer)
Exercise stand with magnetic resistance

Users comments
The user and his wife are parents of young children, so they mainly exercise in the evenings at home to be accessible to children. They use babywatch.

Made by
Sunrise Medical (arm cycle)

Purchased from
Arm cycle: Sunrise medical, www.sunrisemedical.com (last checked July 2017)

Paid for by
The user

Whose idea
The user

This tip is from 2011

Arm cycle on exercise stand
Arm cycle on exercise stand
Front wheel of arm cycle on exercise stand
Front wheel of arm cycle on exercise stand
The user’s arm cycle and his wife’s exercise bike in front of TV in exercise room
The user’s arm cycle and his wife’s exercise bike in front of TV in exercise room

Related tips

Use of arm cycle outdoors
Use of arm cycle outdoors
Arm cycle that allows cycling for training purposes for people with disabilities.

Tipsare: Robert

Robert lives together with his wife and three children in a house. He is working full time. He was injured in 2003 and has a low paraplegia; no assistance.