This is an amazing machine. An upright bike that delivers fitness results faster for any environment and for any user. For those who have never ridden a bike before and those preparing for the Olympics, one bike does it all.
One bike for Beginner to Olympian
500 program varieties working to keep users engaged
ONE BIKE DOES IT ALL
The Cybex 625 series bikes provide distinct and compelling ways to improve your member’s fitness experience, whether they choose the 625C to train for a triathlon, or the 625R as they begin their journey to better fitness.
CLEAR CONTROLS WITH GREAT ENTERTAINMENT
Cybex bikes combine contemporary design with exceptional reliability and extraordinary usability. From their stunning good looks to hidden details like its self-tensioning drive, these bikes are destined to invite users of all capabilities and will keep performing for the long run. The console is designed around ease of use with clear centralized controls and the optional wireless receiver adds seamless entertainment.
BEGINNER TO OLYMPIAN
The lowest starting level and the highest resistance. For those who have never ridden a bike before and those who are preparing for the Olympics, the Cybex 625C is the perfect piece of equipment to train on. The most deconditioned user or rehab patient can use it safely because of the low power input requirement (20 Watts) and… it goes up to 900 Watts (to make a grown man cry). This is all possible because of the Cybex self-tensioning drive. Belt tension is important because a lot of belt tension is needed to create a high power training tool. But… belt tension creates drag… and drag can drive up heart rate for beginning cyclists. The answer is the Cybex self-tensioning drive.
For low maintenance. With a welded frame made from forged steel, the Cybex 625 bikes have a three-piece heavy-duty mountain bike crank that makes them durable enough for rugged mountain terrain. In a gym setting, this construction translates to low maintenance. Cybex engineers even designed the enclosures so that sweat is directed away from the bike mechanism.