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Every health club that owns or operates spinning® equipment must have a source of parts for their indoor cycles, as well as a person who is skilled in maintenance and repair of those exercise bikes.

Often, spinning® instructors who have never had any formal maintenance instruction end up responsible for light maintenance of their spinning® bikes. This ultimately affects the safety of the equipment itself and the overall integrity of the health club.


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Call us because we will help you and get whatever you need for your indoor cycling bike or spin bike. We are always here and very dedicated to helping you get the most from your equipment.

Parts & Service For Most Popular Bikes

Not only do we offer service and support for the most popular bikes,

but also almost every other indoor bike available.

Schwinn Airdyne Parts

Schwinn Airdyne has everything that you’ll need for a good workout. The air resistance provides you more intensity than most upright bikes. The faster you pedal the more resistance you will receive.

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Schwinn Airdyne Evolution Parts

Schwinn Airdyne Evolution featuring patented air resistance technology, is designed to provide a smooth resistance system for both fitness and rehabilitative use.

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Schwinn Airdyne Pro Parts

Schwinn Airdyne Pro is a smooth-running fan air bike for all levels of exercise intensity. It helps maximize workout time to support goals for gently or intensely getting the many benefits of interval training.

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Schwinn AC Classic Parts

Schwinn AC Classic is the most affordable of the Schwinn AC line and includes most of the features of the other AC models.

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Schwinn AC Sport Parts

Schwinn AC Sport is a level entry bike that has a number of premium features not normally included in a bike for beginners and other features that are not common for spin bikes.

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Schwinn AC Performance Parts

Schwinn AC Performance features a light-weight, rust-free aluminum frame, an innovative magnetic resistance braking system, and a comfortable, ultra-adjustable design It is one of the best indoor bikes on the market.

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Schwinn IC Evolution Parts

Schwinn IC Evolution is a club-quality bike that delivers an amazing workout. You can choose the level of resistance that best suits your fitness level.

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Schwinn IC Pro Parts

Schwinn IC Pro is a well built Indoor Cycle with a good ergonomic design, all of the standard features that you would expect in a quality indoor cycle.

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Schwinn IC Elite Parts

Schwinn IC Elite brings the outdoor experience into your living room. It combines the advantages of a fixed exchange rate, while allowing the pedals to stop and slow down the flywheel by applying back pressure.

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Schwinn Johnny G Pro Parts

Schwinn Johnny G Pro was designed to withstand countless hours of intense use, the bike lets you experience the feeling of being on a road bike in your own home. It has infinitely variable resistance levels.

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Star Trac Johnny G Spinner 5800 Parts

Star Trac Johnny G Spinner 5800 is one of the same bikes you can ride at a health club. It can be easily adjusted to obtain an accurate positions for spinning. It also has easy adjustment for the flywheel to instantly go from climbing to endurance or downhill.

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Star Trac V-Bike Parts

Star Trac V-Bike is one of the first true indoor cycling bikes created by Schwinn and Star Trac. It's extremely durable and has a large range of adjustments to fit people of all shapes and sizes.

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Star Trac Spinner® Pro 7070 Parts

Star Trac Spinner Pro 7070 combines user-focused features with a high degree of adjust-ability to deliver best-in-class performance for riders of all shapes, sizes and abilities.

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Star Trac Spinner® Velo Parts

Star Trac Spinner Velo offers an ergonomic saddle with a flexible seat base, double-density padding, and an anatomical cutout. Thanks to the push-brake safety system, you can bring the flywheel to a quick stop with minimal effort.

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Star Trac 6800 Pro Parts

Star Trac 6800 Pro is a serious, durable and easy-to-maintain bike designed with all of the ergonomic features and capabilities of a real road bike for optimum performance and undoubted results.

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Star Trac Spinner NXT Parts

Star Trac Spinner NXT is among the best spin bikes on the market, it is probably featured in more clubs than any other bike in the world. This premium indoor cycling bike combines user-friendly features with a high degree of adjustability and comfort.

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Star Trac Spinner Blade 7190 Parts

Star Trac Spinner Blade 7190 is one of the most popular indoor cycles on the market and includes a ton of features. It is used quite often in Spinning classes, so you know it’s built to take a licking.

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Lemond Revmaster Classic Parts

Lemond Revmaster Classic combines a passion for cycling and innovation with exceptional product quality. The placement of the seat, handlebars, and pedals all combine to deliver a smooth ride with maximum cycling comfort and effectiveness.

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Lemond Revmaster Sport Parts

Lemond Revmaster Sport is a quality bike from a top-of-the-line brand and it's sure to fit anyone with lots of adjustment capabilities. This bike is made with high quality steel and has a strong frame design.

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Lemond Revmaster Pro Parts

Lemond Revmaster Pro utilizes a Kevlar belt. This reduces the amount of noise and there is essentially no maintenance because it does not need to be oiled and does not stretch.

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Keiser M3 Parts

Keiser M3 is one of the highest quality indoor cycling bikes available. This machine matches revolutionary magnetic resistance technology with a minimalist yet extremely sturdy design that provides a smooth-as-silk ride.

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Keiser M3+ Parts

Keiser M3+ is top-notch quality, unparalleled reliability, sleek design and many features to make your workout more efficient. It’s one of the best indoor cycling bikes out there.

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Matrix Fitness Tomahawk E Parts

Matrix Fitness Tomahawk E-Series is a great bike that can help you get into shape or continue your cycling workout inside. It is belt driven for a smooth, quiet, low-maintenance ride.

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Matrix Fitness Tomahawk S Parts

Matrix Fitness Tomahawk S-Series has heavy-duty components and premium construction to meet the demands of any rider for years to come. Designed to closely mimic a real road bike experience being a very smooth and quiet spin bike.

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Vision Fitness ES600 Parts

Vision Fitness ES600 will perform under the highest of demands. Whether you are looking for a bike that is durable enough for a class setting or an indoor training bike for the off-season, this is the bike for you.

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Livestrong LS9.9IC Parts

Livestrong LS9.9IC is an great product designed to get the most out of your workouts. It is perfect for people who are always on-the-go and have no time to squeeze in an exercise before heading home.

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Maintenance Instructions and Tips

Simple repairs and maintenance steps.

Below, we present some simple maintenance instructions and tips to help you through the simple repairs and maintenance steps you may need to perform to your indoor cycling equipment from time to time. (These instructions are not endorsed by any exercise bike manufacturer, but they work for us.)

Polish Your indoor Cycling Bike

Basic cosmetic maintenance for spinning® and exercise bikes.

  1. Polish the entire exercise bike, including all painted and chrome areas. Make sure to purchase a good quality polish for your bike.
  2. Polish the flywheel of your spinner® bike very carefully. This ensures the brakes have a good surface to ride on.

You can find these useful supplies online:

Sunlite 12 oz. Aerosol w/ PTFE

Sunlite 12 oz. Aerosol w/ PTFE

WAS: $9.79   NOW: $8.54
Sunlite Polish 13 oz. Aerosol

Sunlite Polish 13 oz. Aerosol

WAS: $9.99   NOW: $8.99
Sunlite 12 oz. Aerosol w/ PTFE

Sunlite 12 oz. Aerosol w/ PTFE

WAS: $9.79   NOW: $8.54

Have Fun and Enjoy Life!

You work hard so you can play. Make the most of it!

We will encourage you and make you feel happy with our happy marketing message. We want you to call us just to talk about indoor bikes and all the different things you can do to improve your overall experience.

  • Have fun and be happy
  • Get on your bike and ride!
  • Invite a friend to try your equipment
  • Let us recommend a new bike that's right for you

Lubricate Your Spinning® Bike

To prevent rust on moving parts of your exercise bike,

apply a very light coating of grease or lubricant.

  1. Both chrome sections of the spinning® bike's seat post
  2. Chrome section of the handlebar
  3. All three T-handles or pop pins
  4. Resistance knob threads
  5. Adjustable feet threads

Lubricate all moving parts.

  1. Using spray lubricant or liquid oil, apply four drops of oil to each of the brake springs. Make sure you do not get lubricant on the brake pads of your indoor cycle.
  2. Lubricate the chain, if present. Some spinning® bikes have a belt instead which requires no maintenance.
  3. If your bike's Triple Link pedals or SPD indoor cycling pedals are in need of replacement, be sure to grease the threads on the new indoor cycling pedals before installation. In a heavy sweat environment, without grease your Triple Link or SPD pedal axles will corrode inside the crank arms. Greasing your indoor cycling pedals will prevent this from happening.

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Maintain Your Spin® Bike

General Spin® Bike Maintenance Procedure

  1. Tighten crank arm fixing bolts, using Park Tool Allen Wrenches, but not too tight. There is probably a torque specification on your exercise bike, and you don't want to ruin your bike's cranks.
  2. Check that bottom bracket is not loose. If it is you may need a tech to tighten it, or if you have cycling tools, you can use a Park Bottom Bracket Tool. It may be easier to perform this adjustment on some indoor cycles than on others.
  3. Check chain tension and wear, which can be easily done with a Park Bicycle Tool Company CC-2 Chain Tool, and on a Schwinn Airdyne, check the fan cage
  4. Check saddle levelness, and tighten clamp bolt (this important for safe riding on your exerciser)
  5. Scrub off excess gunk from brake pads, or buy replacement brake pads.
  6. Check resistance unit: Secure? Centered? Properly adjusted?
  7. Check that T-handles or pop pins are screwed down tight.
  8. Check that toe straps are properly installed and not too frayed.
  9. Check entire bike for any loose or worn parts. Replace.
  10. Inspect entire bike for rust. Remove, clean, paint, or wax

(These procedures should be performed every month.)

Quality Manufacturers

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Maintenance Requirements

Our recommendations for keeping gym equipment in working order.

The maintenance requirements necessary to keep your exercise equipment investment in good operational order will be influenced by the number of users, the frequency of use and for some equipment the weight of the users.

We suggest each facility establish a log for users to record any problems they might experience. It becomes very beneficial in identifying a problem and need for service, leading to better maintenance. Your log only needs to record the date the problem was noticed, the specific piece of equipment, and a description of the issue. To make equipment identification easier, you should affix a easily visible numbered sticker to each treadmill, elliptical, or exercise equipment piece.

If your equipment is located in the Washington DC Metro or Marland areas, including Baltimore, Annapolis and most of Maryland and Northern Virginia, Atlantic Fitness Repair offers great service for treadmill repairs, exercise bike repairs, elliptical repair, and most home and commercial gym equipment maintenance and repais, and all for reasonable prices.

Below we have listed some common preventative maintenance that you can perform as part of your regular equipment care to help extend the life of your exercise equipment.


Treadmill Maintenance

  • Move the treadmill and vacuum under and around the treadmill
  • Inspect and ensure that all the assembly bolts are tight (you can usually find the torque specifications in your owners manual)
  • Test the treadmill's stop key to be sure it works properly
  • Inspect the running belt for any tears or signs of excessive wear
  • Check the tension of the drive belt (see your owners manual for specifications)
  • Inspect the front and rear rollers for damage, wear, and loosness
  • Make sure the motor belt is free of cracks and excessive wear
  • Make sure the motor mount bolts are tight and there are no cracks or damage
  • Vacuum the motor box if it is excessively dusty or dirty
  • Check the power cord for signs of damage or fraying
  • Clean all the surfaces on the treadmill
  • Check the treadmill's deck wax and if needed re-apply
  • Keep in mind that after 2 1/2 years (or sooner depending on use) the treadmill deck should be flipped over


Elliptical Maintenance

  • Inspect and ensure that all bots and fasteners are tight (see your owners manual for specifications)
  • Inspect roller wheels for excessive wear and damage
  • Make sure the handlebars are securely fastened to the bike and there are no signs of cracks or damage (check the handlebar grips as well)


Gym Weight Machine Maintenance

  • Check the cable end fittings and jacket coatings for damage
  • Make sure the weight stack loading nut is properly tighted (your owners manual probably has the torque specifications)
  • Tighten all loose bolts, nuts and fasteners on the weight machine frame
  • Inspect all pulleys and make sure they are operating smoothly, are free of cracks and damage and the cables are securely in place.
  • Ensure the weight stack pins aren't bent and won't fall out of the weight stack when in use
  • Lubricate the guide rods for smooth operation
  • Check all anti-skid grip tape and hand grips, replace anything that is torn, worn smooth, or otherwise damaged
  • Thoroughly clean the frame and upholstery
  • Polish any chrome or stainless steel parts

If you follow the above preventative maintenance, you will get the most use and trouble free operation out of your exercise equipment. In the even that any of your equipment needs repairs beyond what is mentioned, or if you would prefer to have this work done regularly by experienced technicians, consider using Atlantic Fitness Repair.

Equipment Manufacturers

We recommend these quality fitness equipment manufacturers:


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Krislynn Cycling & Fitness (an international distributor of replacement indoor cycling parts, complete indoor cycle machines, and fitness accessories) is proud to announce that, in addition to Bowflex, Mad Dogg, Schwinn Spinning Bike Parts, Star Trac, and Lemond parts, they are now carrying full lines of repair and replacement parts for the following world-class fitness equipment manufacturers: Keiser Spin Bike Repair, Vision Fitness, Livestrong, and Matrix Fitness Spinning Bike Repair. Krislynn Cycling & Fitness prides itself in knowledge of the exercise equipment and is well-known in the industry as a reliable source of information. They are available to answer any questions or help you find the parts you need, even if they're not listed on the website.

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