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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8775 Bike1 27/12/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Hammacher Schlemmer A work-out bike which slips under the bed or in to a wardrobe when not in use aims to help people with limited room at home to exercise.The aptly-named Tight Space Exercise Bicycle folds down into the size of an average suitcase.When collapsed in measures just 58 cms / 23 inches high and 65 cms long / 25.75 inches while being just 17 cms / 6.75 inches deep.It does away with the need for handlebars which only get in the way when trying to keep the dimensions down.There is a seat, pedals and feet for stability along with a compartment for storing a drink.Users are advised to peddle the bike with an upright posture, keeping both hands on the sides.If a rider feels they need support to go faster and put their backs into exercising, the device can be set up facing a wall or the back of a chair ,which can be used to place hands for support.The pull-out saddle is height adjustable with eight different positions available.The seat is made with EVA foam for extended riding comfort and can support riders up to 120 kilos / 264 pounds.The wheel and the pedals are integrated right on the box, with magnets providing eight different levels of adjustable resistance at the turn of a dial. Both the pedals and support bars at the base of the rig are designed to fold in, too, allowing everything to be tightly bundled when stowing it away. The whole thing weighs 20 kilos/ 44.5 pounds and is available from us mail-order store Hammacher Schlemmer, for $250 USD / ??Z210 Euros / ?L185 GBPA spokesman said: ??sUnlike traditional models that require permanent floor space, this compact bicycle occupies as little space as piece of luggage .??? OPS: The Tight Space Exercise Bicycle fits easily into a wardrobe after use Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8775 Bike1 27/12/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Hammacher Schlemmer A work-out bike which slips under the bed or in to a wardrobe when not in use aims to help people with limited room at home to exercise.The aptly-named Tight Space Exercise Bicycle folds down into the size of an average suitcase.When collapsed in measures just 58 cms / 23 inches high and 65 cms long / 25.75 inches while being just 17 cms / 6.75 inches deep.It does away with the need for handlebars which only get in the way when trying to keep the dimensions down.There is a seat, pedals and feet for stability along with a compartment for storing a drink.Users are advised to peddle the bike with an upright posture, keeping both hands on the sides.If a rider feels they need support to go faster and put their backs into exercising, the device can be set up facing a wall or the back of a chair ,which can be used to place hands for support.The pull-out saddle is height adjustable with eight different positions available.The seat is made with EVA foam for extended riding comfort and can support riders up to 120 kilos / 264 pounds.The wheel and the pedals are integrated right on the box, with magnets providing eight different levels of adjustable resistance at the turn of a dial. Both the pedals and support bars at the base of the rig are designed to fold in, too, allowing everything to be tightly bundled when stowing it away. The whole thing weighs 20 kilos/ 44.5 pounds and is available from us mail-order store Hammacher Schlemmer, for $250 USD / ??Z210 Euros / ?L185 GBPA spokesman said: ??sUnlike traditional models that require permanent floor space, this compact bicycle occupies as little space as piece of luggage .??? OPS: The Tight Space Exercise Bicycle slides under the bed after use Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8775 Bike1 27/12/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Hammacher Schlemmer A work-out bike which slips under the bed or in to a wardrobe when not in use aims to help people with limited room at home to exercise.The aptly-named Tight Space Exercise Bicycle folds down into the size of an average suitcase.When collapsed in measures just 58 cms / 23 inches high and 65 cms long / 25.75 inches while being just 17 cms / 6.75 inches deep.It does away with the need for handlebars which only get in the way when trying to keep the dimensions down.There is a seat, pedals and feet for stability along with a compartment for storing a drink.Users are advised to peddle the bike with an upright posture, keeping both hands on the sides.If a rider feels they need support to go faster and put their backs into exercising, the device can be set up facing a wall or the back of a chair ,which can be used to place hands for support.The pull-out saddle is height adjustable with eight different positions available.The seat is made with EVA foam for extended riding comfort and can support riders up to 120 kilos / 264 pounds.The wheel and the pedals are integrated right on the box, with magnets providing eight different levels of adjustable resistance at the turn of a dial. Both the pedals and support bars at the base of the rig are designed to fold in, too, allowing everything to be tightly bundled when stowing it away. The whole thing weighs 20 kilos/ 44.5 pounds and is available from us mail-order store Hammacher Schlemmer, for $250 USD / ??Z210 Euros / ?L185 GBPA spokesman said: ??sUnlike traditional models that require permanent floor space, this compact bicycle occupies as little space as piece of luggage .??? OPS: The Tight Space Exercise Bicycle. Picture supplied by Ferrari