Monark LC4 Novo Duo
When accuracy, versatility and usability matter. The LC4 is an advanced training and test bike with either constant or cadence dependent power output that can be controlled externally via USB or directly in the Novo Duo display. Equipped with Monark’s pendulum system which enables accurate calibration of the ergometer. The perfect fit frame with adjustable handlebar and saddle together with the 20 kg flywheel creates an optimal cycling sensation.
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The versatility of the LC4 enables it to be utilized in a variety of testing environments. The precision and reproducibility of the test values obtained with the bike, along with the uncomplicated way to set up the tests, means the bike can be used in clinical work tests, in occupational health services for the fitness tests as well as fitness centers,
schools, sports clubs and similar establishments
Frame Sports, perfect fit
Handlebar Racing handlebar
Stem Adjustable, horizontal 120 mm, vertical 500-910 mm
Seatpost Adjustable, horizontal 120 mm, vertical 530-940 mm
Saddle Racing BB 68/107 mm
Crank Steel, 172,5 mm
Pedals 9/16”, combi SPD
Flywheel 20 kg
Display Novo Duo
Wired connection USB B
Wireless connection BLE and ANT+
WEIGHT & MEASUREMENTS
Max user weight 150 kg
Length 1405-1630 mm
Width 640 mm
Height 1265 mm at display, 1240 mm at saddle
Weight 77 kg
220V (12V, 5,0A)
- LC4 has a frame that is adjustable in all directions.
- LC4’s new frame also means the Q-factor can be reduced, which increases the opportunities for a better workout experience
- LC4 gives the condition, the rest is up to the rider
- LC4 is also prepared for additional equipment – channels behind the covers make it easy to install different equipment for different needs.
- LC4 is a great bike as it is, with additional equipment, it can be even better.
- LC4 can be calibrated, both mechanically and electronically.
- Simulation mode
Here, an application sends information about a simulated
environment that determines the resistance of the ergometer. The resistance (a certain kilopond) at e.g. Zwift means the slope of the road in combination with “virtual gears”.
Here, the application sends information about the effect of the ergometer regulate against. This can be called “Workout mode” in some applications.
- Resistance mode
An application sends information about which resistance level the bike should hold. Resistance level is 0-100% where Monark translates it to 0-7 kilopond (kp).
- Manual mode
No application controls the bike, but applications can still listen to the ergometer power and cadence, to e.g. display a certain speed on the screen.
Applications such as Zwift works with both BLE
and ANT + in both ERG-mode and simulation mode