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Image: Keiser has secured a new contract with DLL

Fitness equipment supplier Keiser UK has announced that it is to install 1,200 M3 bikes at more than 40 David Lloyd Leisure (DLL)-operated sites across the country.

The installation programme has already commenced and is to continue over the next two years, following the signing of a new deal between the two companies.

Keiser's studio cycles have been installed at DLL's UK clubs for the last 14 years, with the new M3 product designed to provide better functionality through its optional computer.

The M3 bike also enables instructors to create tailored classes for gym users of all abilities by providing feedback such as heart rate monitoring and resistance level awareness.

DLL head of sports, health and fitness Rob Beale said: "Indoor cycling is one of our most popular classes so it is vital that we can offer our members and instructors a well designed and quality bike.

"The M3 Bikes are heavily used so it is important that they are not only durable but also well maintained. Keiser ensure that our bikes stay in use with supplier support that goes above and beyond the contractual requirements."

Details: www.keiseruk.com

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Fitness equipment supplier Keiser UK has announced that it is to install 1,200 M3 bikes at more than 40 David Lloyd Leisure (DLL)-operated sites across the country.
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