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New! Excy XCS Bed Bike (smaller for hospital beds and therapy tables)
New! Excy XCS Bed Bike (smaller for hospital beds and therapy tables)

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Enjoy the Excy cycling life: $799.00

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Description Technical Specs
The XCS Bed Bike works like a conventional heavy-duty exercise bike, except the rider can pedal while lying down. The system is smaller than Excy’s other portable exercise bike at only 12 pounds and has a smaller footprint while being used, yet gives riders 7 inches of additional leg extension to pedal lying down in bed.

Like in all Excy models, the XCS Bed Bike offers a unique non-motorized, non-flywheel centric design that requires constant rotational pedaling force throughout the entire 360-degree cycling stroke, which is optimized for building up endurance and strength.

Bi-directional resistance easily adjusts from 1-50 pounds for light to heavy forces for cardio, strengthening, and range of motion exercises for pedaling in bed, but the device also can be pedaled as a recumbent bike while seated in a chair or as a tabletop upper body ergometer from a seated and standing position. Riders can pedal independently or with assistance from their physical therapist, occupational therapist, medical fitness trainer, or with their caretaker based on the direction of their doctor.

People who purchase the XCS Bed Bike typically also prefer the Excy Hang in There (HIT) Adaptive Pedal.
    • Lightweight 12 pounds
    • Folds for easy storage and transport
    • 2-50 lbs active, bi-directional resistance
    • Large resistance knob
    • 6″ steel crank
    • Accommodate any 9/16″ foot or hand pedal
    • Thermal sensor to measure output
    • No assembly required
    • No weight limit (except standing position at 220 pounds)
    • Three adjustable heights
    • Disinfects safely with CaviWipes, AHP wipes, etc.
    • Heavy-duty metal construction. Powder coated.
    • Recyclable packaging

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