The Cyclus2 Recumbent is designed for applications in which the subject is not sitting on a bike, but in a semi-recumbent position.

In sports science, this is interesting, for example, when comparative studies of eccentric training are to be carried out in exactly the same cycling position.

The semi-recumbent seating position on the Cyclus2 Recumbent is also an alternative for non-cyclists or seniors. The Cyclus2 Recumbent has high accuracy and allows for different types of loads, such as power, torque and isokinetic riding. All types of load can be combined by the user in freely programmable load profiles.

The recumbent ergometer can be connected with CPET or ECG systems.


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The Cyclus2 Recumbent is particularly suitable for training non-cyclists or seniors. The sporty but comfortable seat also allows longer training in a semi-recumbent position.

The height of the crank axis can be adjusted to the needs of the athlete and the muscle groups to be targeted.

The Cyclus2 Recumbent has multiple load types that make it possible to train at constant power, constant torque or constant speed (isokinetic).

Bluetooth Sensor Support

More and more physiological parameters of athletes are being measured with sensors. In addition to the heart rate, it is now also possible to include oxygen saturation in the muscle, core body temperature, lactate and oxygen intake in the evaluation of ergometry.

Sensors such as heart rate monitors, power meters, MOXY, VO2 Master Pro, Lactate Scout, Lactate Express and Body Core Temperature Sensor can be connected directly to the Cyclus2 via Bluetooth LE. All data from these external sensors can also be displayed and exported on the control unit in relation to other data.

Scientific Data Analysis

After tests or training have been completed, the evaluations are clearly presented on the Cyclus2 display and can be printed or saved electronically as a PDF if desired.

The Cyclus2 can continuously record all data generated during ergometry at selectable time intervals.

The recorded data can be exported into common formats such as FIT or CSV for further scientific use and can therefore be easily synchronized with each other.

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