In 2013, Great Britain cyclist Chris Froome won the Tour de France and you could be the next champion of the famous race…or at least train like it. 🙂
ProForm celebrates the 100th edition of the Tour de France with a hybrid trainer featuring recreated workouts based on actual stages of the 2013 race with HD footage from France.
The ProForm Tour de France Centennial looks like an actual outdoor road bike and features intelligent wind resistance to match life out on the road.
Read our full review of the ProForm Tour de France Centennial, below…
|Model||ProForm Tour de France Centennial|
|Resistance Type||Silent Magnetic|
|Seat||Oversized & Adjustable|
|Pedals||Pedal Cage & Straps|
|Heart Rate||Ant+ & BLE Wireless Compatible|
|Display||"7 Full Color|
|Max. Weight||350 lbs|
|Dimensions||64" x 25" x 56"|
|Warranty||Frame: 10 Years
Parts: 1 Year
Labor: 1 Year
Rating: 75.3/100. Don’t just watch the Tour de France compete in it with a hybrid indoor cycle that celebrates the 100th edition of the famous race.
- Workouts based on Tour de France stages
- High definition footage of scenic France
- Trainer looks and rides like an outdoor bike
- Intelligent wind resistance adds new challenge
- Music ready with dual-speaker system
- Durable frame and toe cages add to stability
- Wireless heart rate monitor sold separately
- Not extremely compact but has transport wheels
- Average warranty and guarantee for price paid
The ProForm Tour de France makes you a participant rather than a spectator at the notorious annual bike race.
The hybrid bike features recreated workouts based on actual stages of the 2013 Tour de France with HD video of scenic locations around France.
Additionally the trainer looks and feels like an actual road bike which is quite a feat in itself.
The ProForm Tour de France Centennial is equipped with 24 workout programs.
Not only that but the workout apps transform you from a spectator to a participant featuring actual virtual stages from the 2013 Tour de France.
Get lost with the wonderful HD video workouts that take you to actual locations of the 2013 Tour de France like Champs Elysees, Albertville and Alpe d’Huez.
The ProForm Tour de France Centennial is compatible with ANT+ and BLE wireless heart rate monitors.
Exercise Bike Features
The ProForm Tour de France Centennial provides an impressive 40+ levels of Silent Magnetic Resistance.
The hybrid exercise bike features an ergonomically designed seat for comfort with non-slip handlebars that cut down on fatigue so you can ride longer.
The seat adjusts horizontally and vertically for individual preference.
Experience a superior workout with the durable steel frame that is built to last and pedals with toe cages and straps that keep you in place during any workout.
The 7″ full color touchscreen is one of the best displays we’ve seen on any exercise bike on the market and the visual recreations of actual Tour de France locations is top-notch.
Additionally, get readouts of your speed, time, distance, calories burned, heart rate, and incline/decline with a single swipe of the finger.
The intelligent wind resistance on the ProForm Tour de France Centennial adjusts the resistance of your bike based on your personalized wind profile. The smart technology calculates your unique key measurements in order to deliver the same natural resistance you would feel on the road.
The ProForm Tour de France Centennial looks and rides like an actual bike featuring a triple front chain-ring and 10 back derailleurs.
Listen to your favorite tunes thanks to the Intermix Acoustics 2.0 Sound system that connects to any smartphone.
And, finally, the ProForm Tour de France Centennial provides an accessory tray and dual-water bottle holder.
Warranty & Guarantee
The ProForm Tour de France Centennial warranty and guarantee includes:
– Frame: 10 Years
– Parts: 1 Year
– Labor: 1 Year
ProForm offers a 30-day trial period on all products. If you are not satisfied for any reason call 1-866-896-9777.
The ProForm Tour de France Centennial leads the charge in terms of the future of exercise equipment.
The recreated routes of the actual 2013 Tour de France is a great concept and the HD video display looks amazing.