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Lemond RevMaster Pro

Lemond RevMaster Pro

4.0 from 2 reviews

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Fit-Chick

Fit-ChickBrisbane

  • 2 reviews
  • 4 likes
  • Selected Review

By far “The King of Spin Bikes “

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lmac

lmacVIC, 3015

  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like
  • Selected Review

A great bike but not without some teething issues.

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Questions & Answers

Steve H.

Steve H.asked

Hello.
Is there a link you can recommend, or somewhere i can get advice on the best wy to maintain the rev master pro. Ive read the service bulletin that comes with the machine and have fathomed how to take one apart re belt and bearings etc, but couldnt really find anything on what should be done on a daily/weekly/monthly up keep within the bulletin.
I did google and find a couple of pretty good movies on what to do which has helped hugely but still have some questions......
Can a spray of some type be used on the bike to help keep clean and resist sweat etc ?
Ive heard some say wipe with lanolin on a regular basis, but ive heard some say spray with silicone spray and then wipe.
Any thoughts ?
Cheers Steve

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Gixxer

Gixxerasked

These bikes have a problem with the seat height locking mechanism slipping and the seat falls to the bottom stop while in use. I attended two different spinning classes at two different locations and this problem appeared on several bikes in both locations.

Is this a defect or improper set up?

2 answers
lmac
lmac

These bikes use a cam lever system for locking the seat/handlebar height. It's a handy system for frequent adjustments and the tightness of the lever when locked can be tuned. The problem with these bikes is that if you tune the cam lever to lock the seat firmly in place then the cam lever is next to impossible to operate. If you make the lever easy to operate it wont lock the seat post tight enough to prevent slipping. Considering these bikes are supposed to support riders up to 150kg then the cam lever really needs to do a good job but clearly falls short. One solution is to add a strip of adhesive grip tape down the rear edge of the seat post.

Gixxer
Gixxer

That's what I thought Imac. This defective, seat post cam locking issue should have been addressed by the manufacturer years ago. Buyer beware.


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