Designed around the professional rider, the indoor bike has been the same for years. Seeing this as a problem, Keiser set out to make an indoor bike designed for the everyday rider.
In 2006 Keiser introduced the M3 Indoor Bike line with features far ahead of the competition. Featuring magnetic resistance, a simple self-tensioning Poly-V belt drive, and a computer display, there was nothing like it at the time, and still, many indoor bikes are behind the times.
Over the years the Keiser M3 has been refined to better improve the ride for every person who saddles up. Along with the previously mentioned features, the M3 now also features a four-way adjustable seat, a two-way adjustable handlebar system and a V-shaped frame designed to provide riders of all sizes a comfortable, fun ride.