Exercise Bikes • Diamondback • 910Ic

The 910Ic Indoor Cycle has been given a "HEAD OF THE CLASS" award from Fitness Professor Review!

Diamondback Fitness, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2011, brings the experience of training in a studio cycling class into the home with the launch of the 910Ic, the first indoor cycle to put computer-controlled resistance at your finger tips. The digital interface outputs 32 levels of resistance and 18 workout programs, including 12 presets and four heart-rate-controlled programs that emulate riding in real-world conditions. Feedback is delivered on an LCD display that accurately tracks time, distance, calories, heart rate, watts, speed and RPMs.

Consistent with Diamondback Fitness’ commitment to quality and value, the 910Ic features top-grade components at a value price, including a 40lb. flywheel, heavy duty steel frame, a wireless heart-rate training feature and versatile adjustments for the seat and handlebars to dial in the most efficient riding position. It’s an essential training tool for indoor studio cycling enthusiasts and cyclists looking for a bad weather alternative to outdoor road rides.


  • Heavier 40-lb. flywheel
  • Adjustability
  • Heavy-duty pedal cranks
  • Training techniques
  • Multi-position handlebars
  • Motivation and challenge are key
  • Self-generating electronic resistance system
  • Wireless heart rate controlled resistance
  • Computer controlled resistance
  • 32 levels of resistance
  • 18 workout programs
  • Wireless heart rate
  • Built in water bottle cage
  • Custom graphics
Diamondback • 910Ic
Diamondback • 910Ic

Product Specifications
Space & Weight

Dimensions (assembled):

42"L x 23"W x 46"H

Dimensions (packaged):

45"L x 15"W x 35"H

Product Weight:

152 lbs.

User Weight Capacity:

325 lbs.

Home Use Warranty


limited lifetime


limited lifetime

Parts & Electronics:

3 years


1 year

Wear Items:

90 days

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