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landsurfyan

USA
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Posted - 12/09/2010 :  20:35:36  Show Profile  Visit landsurfyan's Homepage
Here is the information from www.dashbike.com.

After view the video, tell me is it still a bicycle or not?

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Dashbike looks like a regular bike but performs beyond imagination. Users can ride Dashbike with multiple unique pedaling motions. Also, users can transfer the Dashbike into exercise equipment for legs and arms. Dashbike is a compact family gym and a bike to ride for enhanced fitness.

You¡¯ll find your Dashbike¡¯s pedaling system distinctly different from a typical bicycle, but easy to use and quick to become accustomed to. The Dashbike is an extremely versatile machine that allows for several different options of pedaling motion. The Dashbike¡¯s various pedaling motions make it easy to adjust to differing road conditions and to exercise different leg muscles for a more complete work-out or simply to extend your riding range by alternating pedaling options.

Dashbike Fitness Kit for Home Gym use:

For Dashbike use with Fitness Kit (watch instruction video at www.dashbike.com).

www.dashbike.com

AviationMetalSmith

USA
7 Posts

Posted - 01/02/2013 :  08:25:13  Show Profile
Looks like that website is defunct.

I haven't posted on IHPVA Forums in years, but it still remembered my password.
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brentmiller

USA
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Posted - 08/19/2013 :  02:14:05  Show Profile
I can say anything but "bad request" page, perhaps outdated, anyway I am looking for more guides and tips for fitness workout wo I can loose weight.

Regards,
Brent of http://www.garciniacambogiaextractinc.com
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