- Theracycle Models
- Theracycle 200
Features & Specifications
Quiet, powerful, USA-manufactured, ½-horse-power motor assists you to exercise at faster pace than you can do on your own for as long as you wish.
The extra-large cushioned seat and seat back provide maximum comfort and safety. The seat can be raised or lowered as well as moved forward and backward in order to accommodate most size riders.
Moving Handle Bars
The push–pull motion of the handlebars allows the user to benefit from an upper body workout including arms, shoulder, and torso
Customized Secure Pedals
Adjustable straps ensure a fit that keeps feet steady, safe and secure.
Easy-to-use Control Panel
Easily control the speed and duration of your workout.
The structural steel frame, wide legs, and low center of gravity offer unparalleled safety and stability. Low base allows for easy pass through to get onto the seat.
Quick Safety Shut Off
Emergency shut off button and pull cord stop brings the leg exercise bike to a halt for complete safety and security.
The Theracycle can accommodate riders up to 300 lbs and those from 5'0"–6'4". Special customization may be possible.
20"W x 44"L x 57"H – 220 lbs.
Get a complete full-body workout
The Theracycle 200 was specifically designed to help people with movement disorders like Parkinson’s disease.
With its semi-recumbent style and moving handlebars, the Theracycle 200 allows the user to get a complete full-body workout including back, shoulders, arms, and legs.
The motor makes the difference!
The Theracycle’s unique motor allows people who may not have the strength or endurance to get a full workout on traditional exercise equipment to remain active. Even on a bad Parkinson’s day, the Theracycle works with your body to help you to get the exercise you need for both your body and your mind.
A clinical study done at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio proved that individuals with Parkinson’s who participated in a forced-exercise regimen experienced significant improvement in their PD symptoms. The Theracycle 200 allows people with Parkinson’s to follow the very same forced-exercise regimen as the study.
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Ellicott City, Maryland
Potamac Falls, VA